I could've even just said that Goldberg is as strong as Lesnar. What are you going to do?
Because brock never exemplified his mobility and physique strength that dealt with momentum and was lifting people in his entire career on his shoulders for his finisher. That's why I thought Goldberg was stronger, overall.
Same thing I'm doing now and that's continuing to discuss in this thread.
Only thing I'm trying to say is you go on as if it is a fact Goldberg is stronger, with your only justification being moves he did in the ring. So because Big E Langston, Bill Kazmaier or Mark Henry never did the things Goldberg, does that mean he's stronger than them?
Besides, the minute I posted the articles with Goldberg basically confirming his 400lbs bench press max and Brock's confirmed training camp bench press at 475lbs, what was there to debate about that? That, along with squat and deadlift, is about the only way to judge, as both engage in those workouts. But you can't give the advantage to one in the world of wrestling simply because he had a different finisher than the other. That's not going to accurate tell who's stronger than the other. So, Brock's finisher, by logic and common sense, isn't going to display the same strength as the jackhammer. That big difference doesn't factually tell you who's stronger.
Is Goldberg stronger than Ryback? In wrestling alone, I can't make that call, especially if using the measuring stick of jackhammering Big Show or Mark Henry. But from bench press numbers that I've seen, it wouldn't be wrong to say Ryback is stronger.
Retort away, bro...