Goldberg is hands-down the most pleasant, laid back, former wrestler I've ever met. He's also the first, and I'm not just saying that because he threatened to drop napalm on my home if I wasn't nice. He also likes power slides and hates traction control. And the weather isn't just cooperating, it's an enabler.
Through an odd confluence of events, I'm having breakfast with Bill Goldberg. Yes, that Bill Goldberg. We're both here with a dozen others to get our hands on the 2015 line-up of Dodge Challengers, and we're going to be driving partners. Because a 707-hp muscle car isn't absurd enough.
In his day, Bill Goldberg was a marketing and advertising monster the likes of which pro wrestling hadn't seen since the Hulkster power-bombed his way into our hearts. Now that he's retired, the former star does regular stuff, like getting into the Detroit Auto Show on press credentials and hanging out with Ford…