Because you have to be strong as shit to even make that much tackles as a football player. It's common sense.
"During his senior, Bill had been ranked among the top fifty-two college players in the nation
. His prospects of being chosen by an NFL team looked bright."
So because he played football and got over 300 tackles, that automatically makes him stronger than a guy like Brock, Steiners, Cena, Luger, etc.?
Did you or did you not say top 50? And I don't see what any of that has to do in the context of a wrestling discussion. Non stop, anytime there's a Goldberg thread, you come in, bringing up his football numbers or his non existent MMA career.
And, I've come across a thread from last year on this forum, with certain wrestlers bench press numbers, as well as the source it derives from:
Thought I'd share some of these:
Great Khali: 600lbs (272kg)
(source: wannabebig.com, former bodybuilder)
Brock Lesnar: 595lbs (270kg)
(source: here comes the pain documentary + his book)
Kane: 550lbs (250kg) (405 x 5)
(source: kane himself)
Goldberg: 550lbs (250kg)
(source: goldberg interview)
Mark Henry: 525lbs (238kg)
(source: sports illustrated article: heavy duty)
Ryback: 525lbs (238kg)
John Cena: 505lbs (229kg)
(source: cena's documentary)
Triple H: 425lbs (193kg)
(source: criss angel + triple h interview)
Those are some I found online and others are obvious ones, anyone know any others?
Funny. Brock is listed at 595, with Goldberg at 550.
Or, we can go buy "official stats", where Goldberg talks about benching 400 in an interview, whereas Brock's training camp numbers have him at 475.
But, none of that means anything because, since Goldberg actually played football, he's automatically stronger. Really?
Goldberg article referencing his 400lb bench press days: http://www.muscleprodigy.com/bill-go...arcl-3001.html
Brock's NFL training camp bench press and squat numbers: http://bleacherreport.com/articles/7...eight-division