Goldberg is hitting the streets to host Bullrun, a new Spike TV series where 12 teams of two drivers cruise across America in hopes of winning $200,000 and a trophy.
Goldberg, a devoted car enthusiast, says the rally was intense, especially when teams faced unexpected challenges.
Says Goldberg: Teams had to stop and ask for directions everywhere, which takes a lot of pride. When their cars broke down, the contestants had to fix them without professional mechanics and many teams had meltdowns when they couldnt fix their cars.
He adds, They had to push their cars to the limit, keep their pace and cruise rough terrain. It definitely took cajones.
But, while contestants where frustrated and uncomfortable, Goldberg enjoyed following the race in a large, plush Winnebago with his wife and son.
However, Goldberg wouldve raced alongside contestants in a heartbeat if he werent too big and fat to do that stuff.
Bullrun premieres March 13.
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