You're not going to be chided for missing Bill Goldberg's football career (Falcons? That's football?) or wrestling (properly spelled rasslin' in the south). But shame on you if you miss a single installment of Bullrun, Goldberg's latest TV show about to premiere on SpikeTV, the home of most of our favorite shows about cars, drivers and the meth addicts that cause multi-car pileups on interstates everywhere.
Goldberg's Bullrun promises to be an interesting blend of a real Cannonball-style rally fused with the likes of VH1's White Rapper show. Twelve teams from around the country are pitted against each other in a nine-state, 18-day rally that puts their driving skills, guts, and occasionally, their mechanical minds to task.
And from what we can tell on the YouTube clip uploaded today, the teams are chosen just so you'll have to pick favorites - the twangy teen guys, the SoCal Asian dudes, the blonde girls who drive like a Hilton heading for DUI number four.
We'll be following Bullrun over its TV run, which starts on SpikeTV on March 13 and ends in mid-May. Just don't call us while it's on, okay? I mean, we have TiVo and all, but still.