You can watch a sneak peek preview in the video above. The set contains 7 hours of content which is made up of over 30 matches from Goldberg's time spent in both WCW and WWE, including his WCW debut match and reaches his last match in WWE at WrestleMania 20.
The DVD is strictly a match compilation with occasional video packages telling the story of Goldberg's career and its major milestones. There is no documentary piece, nor interview footage shown and Bill Goldberg himself is not involved. Goldberg has gone on record of saying he had no involvement with WWE whatsoever in regards to the production of the DVD, even to the point of not having an input into any match selections.
Goldberg did, however, talk positively about the project upon viewing the first video trailer, and in a recent interview named many of the 30+ matches chosen as some of his favorite matches of his wrestling career.
Below are photos of the DVD with its finished packaging.
The new Goldberg DVD and Blu-ray officially releases tomorrow; you can get yours now from Amazon.com by clicking here.
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