With Goldberg and Drew McIntyre absent from last night's edition of Monday Night Raw, WWE continued the build to their WWE Championship match at the Royal Rumble on the latest edition of The Dirt Sheet.
While Goldberg was initially advertised for the segment, his WWE parody Gillberg made his way to the ring instead. The former Light Heavyweight Champion cut a brief promo, but was interrupted by "Drew McIntyre," who was actually actor David Krumholtz.
John Morrison and Krumholtz then took turns in mocking the Scottish accent and "Drew McIntyre" promised to defeat "Goldberg" at the Rumble before going home to eat some haggis.
The segment devolved into bickering moments later and ended after The Miz and Morrison declared The A-Lister will be cashing in his Money In The Bank contract on January 31.
The segment has been widely criticised since it aired, but many fans were pleased to see Gillberg looking well only two months after he suffered a heart attack.
Fans may know of Krumholtz from TV series Numb3rs and The Santa Clause where he played Head Elf Bernard.