Goldberg and Scott Hall have decided to put their past differences behind them.
The former enemies made up last week at a wrestling convention in Tucson, Arizona, which was brought to light from this fan's post on Twitter to Hall: "Yeah I saw that coward @Goldberg trying to suck up to you after all that s--t he talked about you. What a b---h."
Goldberg responded, "As opposed to killing the son of a b---h I figured I'd be the bigger man. How about you fukehead!"
Hall added, writing to Goldberg, "Don't know what all the fuss is about. Bill and I made peace. End of story...."
In the past, Goldberg has labeled Hall as "unprofessional" and blamed him for a near career-ending injury at a December 1999 WCW event where he smashed the windows of a limousine with his bare hands. He lost a large amount of blood due to this and came within one centimeter of having to have an arm amputated.
"I should've killed him but I didn't," Goldberg told Mike Mooneyham of The Post & Courier in a 2001 interview. "Scott Hall is very unprofessional and he often breaks character and does things I don't agree with. I try to be professional and set a positive example, but unfortunately he doesn't share the same views. Vince Russo couldn't control him and we had an issue, and instead of being unprofessional and making him pay, I took my frustrations out on that limousine."
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