ESPN – January 15, 2018
After a lengthy career which began with a memorable undefeated streak and ended with a shocking set of matches in 2016 and 2017, Goldberg will rightfully take his spot in the WWE Hall of Fame
Though the road to WrestleMania doesn’t officially kick off until the WWE’s Royal Rumble pay-per-view on January 28, the first major news ahead of the festivities in New Orleans comes in the form of Bill Goldberg, who will be the first inductee into the WWE Hall of Fame’s Class of 2018.
Goldberg, 51, began his professional wrestling career with WCW in 1996. After playing football for the University of Georgia and the Atlanta Falcons, Goldberg began training at WCW’s Power Plant in 1996 and debuted on TV in late 1997. He came to be known for his short matches, his spear, a jackhammer and, eventually, the undefeated streak that… FULL STORY HERE