This is a list of Goldberg's streak. For 50 of his victories, he fought no one of importance in WCW (though important elsewhere). His 52 was Raven for the US title and his 75 was against Hogan. He only defeated Big Show 8 times in that streak (after winning the world title) and only fought Bigelow till after his lost to Nash.
Originally Posted by Goldust22
Not really that effective.
Let's look at their wikis...
Originally Posted by THE_CRIPPLER
Koko: Jobber to the stars (established characters that can act as losers on a higher card), first victim of the Undertaker (as in career, not wrestlemania), was a champion in numerous places as well as being PWI's Rookie of the year in 1979 and ranked 406 of the 500 best singles wrestlers during the "PWI Years" in 2003.
Rocky and Maivia: Besides being the second and first generation that lead to the Rock, Maivia was the head of the Anoa'i Family in wrestling (which is host to many wrestlers of today while Rocky was one half of the first African American team to hold the WWF/E Tag Team Titles.
Abdullah: You like Hardcore wrestling? He's the Hardest Coriest of them all! Wrestling for almost every organization in the world except WWE (and TNA). Inspired Kevin Sullivan, Cactus Jack, Kamala, and Sabu, (among others) to become wrestlers themselves. You think Ric Flair bleeds a lot, you haven't seen this guy bleed.
Don Muraco: Two time Intercontinental champion and the first ever King of the Ring. Was one of the first heels that angerly asked for respect (like Batista did a few years back) and was a two time ECW Heavyweight Champion (Before Extreme).
Studd: Winner of the first 30 man Royal Rumble. Had big feuds with Andre the Giant. A wrestler in the WWWF that helped the WWF/E become what it is today? A WWWF Champion with Killer Kowalski.
They have good reason to be in a Hall of Fame for Wrestling, WWE or not.