Adam Carriker loses bet with Goldberg, pays up as only he can

Brad Mills-US PRESSWIRE - Presswire

If the Redskins had beaten Atlanta last week, we would have never gotten to see Adam Carriker dress up as Goldberg

Look on the bright side, Redskins fans. Sure, Washington lost their eighth straight home game dating back to last season this past Sunday, falling to the Falcons, 24-17. And yes, Robert Griffin III suffered a concussion that has left his status for this coming Sunday's game against Minnesota very much up in the air (though it seems more and more likely that he will play).

But if the Redskins had beaten Atlanta last week, we would have never gotten to see Adam Carriker dress up as Goldberg.

Wait, what?

Here's TMZ (we know, we know, but still.):

Carriker, an avid wrestling fan who also hosts the 4th & Pain radio show, recently made a bet with ex-WWE superstar Bill Goldberg about the Wash. vs. ATL matchup this past weekend.

If Washington won, Goldberg (an ex-Falcons defensive tackle) agreed to sport a Redskins jersey ... and if ATL won, Carriker said he'd dress up as Goldberg in his wrestling prime ... speedo and all.

No, we're not going to post the picture that goes with the article because it's not safe for anyone's eyes (or stomachs, if you're of a particularly sensitive disposition.)

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