Top 50 good guys in wrestling history

#21 Goldberg

For 15 months in WCW, the former NFL defensive tackle from the University of Georgia was the most dominant competitor in the history of sports-entertainment. Fans wouldn’t so much chant his name as they would sing it. Victory after victory, Goldberg demanded to know who was next on his impressively growing laundry list of victims including Curt Hennig, Raven and Bam Bam Bigelow.

On July 6, 1998, Goldberg took his undefeated record to his home state’s Georgia Dome. In front of more than 40,000 cheering Atlantans, he challenged Hollywood Hogan for the WCW World Heavyweight Championship. With a flick of his finger, Goldberg signaled to the world that he was about to finish off the champion. The roof nearly blew off as The nWo leader was lifted into the air, slammed to the canvas and pinned. With a record of 108-0, Goldberg became the first undefeated World Champion in the history of professional wrestling. (WATCH) And the crowd loved it. — Z.L.