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Join Date: Aug 2011
Re: who should have ended Goldberg's Streak?
Nash was hot as hell when he broke the streak, the Wolfpac were huge, as big as Goldberg's fanbase. Goldberg was of course the bigger mainstream star and it wasn't the right time, but if Nash beat Goldberg, then going to a Goldberg/Hogan/Nash program for the belt? would have been huge. DDP was already at his peak in the Malone/Rodman angle, he was a big star, one of the biggest of the MNW and over big but not on the level to sacrifice Goldberg for him. They had the perfect match at HH 1998.