- The main-event match on the July 6, 1998 WCW Monday Nitro in which Goldberg defeated Hollywood Hogan for the WCW World Heavyweight Title was not only the greatest Moment of Awesome for Goldberg's career, but arguably for WCW, and certainly for Nitro. More fans were in attendance at that show than at any other WCW event before or after.
- Of course the CMOA for WCW is greatly lessened in that it showed how shortsighted the execs were. They took what was a Starrcade-level match and put it on free TV. Great for those who couldn't buy PPVs, but they lost what easily would have been a huge buy.
- Though it must be said, that Nitro was in Goldberg's home of Atlanta.
- His massive Jackhammer against The Giant as well as the one he did to Mark Henry.
7'4", 550! Can he get him up in a Jackhammer?If he does, the roof's coming off this joint!
- Kicking out of the chokeslam finisher and promptly No Selling the next few attacks before hitting his finishing moves? The commentary says it best.
- Goldberg held The Giant in the air for a full five seconds before finishing the move.
- The Streak...untill the very end, that is...
- His match against Diamond Dallas Page at Halloween Havoc 1998 was one of the best matches of his career.
- While their eventual dream match was a stallfest not worth writing about, Goldberg making his awaited WWE debut interrupting The Rock of all people whipped the RAW crowd into a frenzy, esp. when Goldberg briefly got on the mic:
Goldberg: So, Rock?! You wanna know who's next?...YOU'RE NEXT! *spears Rock*
Jim Ross: It's... it's HIM!
- Not to mention the announcers' reactions to Goldberg's first appearance. Maybe it was scripted, but just the way J.R. says it tells you everything.
- Goldberg spearing Nunzio about the length of a half-ring during the 2004 Royal Rumble. Shared credit goes to the victim for a terrific sell job.
- A non-wrestling one: his appearance on Joes vs. Pros, where in a round of "who can hit a golf ball closest to the pin", Goldberg was picked first by the Joes, because the challenger reasoned that Goldberg was too muscular to properly get his arms around to swing. Goldberg proceeds to drop the ball within two yards of the hole, a hole that was set up 350 yards away, closer than anyone else on the show.