Goldberg: WWE Had A Girl Beat My Undefeated Streak And Everyone Started Using A Spear

Goldberg comments on Asuka beating his winning streak.

Though WWE purchased WCW in 2001, Goldberg didn't enter the company until 2003. Goldberg only stayed in WWE for a year before exiting after WrestleMania 20. He would return in 2016 and wrestle on a part-time basis through 2022, a run that included winning the WWE Universal Championship on two occasions.

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Appearing on Nothing Left Unsaid with Tim Green, Goldberg was asked if there was an ill will towards him from his time in WCW.

"That happened after I got there. A girl beat my undefeated streak. I can't even remember. Ah-soo-ka [Asuka] is her name. Some Japanese girl. They touted her as being the one to have the longest winning streak. It just so happened that it culminated when I got there. Then, it just so happened that every single wrestler uses the spear in their moves. Pretty ironic that happened when I got there," he said.

Asuka's winning streak began in September 2015 when she joined NXT and ended at WrestleMania 34 when she lost to Charlotte Flair. The streak lasted 914 days days.

Goldberg's win streak was touted as being 173-0.

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