GOLDBERG. IS. BACK.
After a 12-year absence from the squared-circle, Goldberg made his triumphant return to “WWE Raw” on Monday. The former WCW heavyweight champion received a roaring welcome – complete with chants of “Gold-berg! Gold-berg!” – as he accepted a challenge to fight current WWE superstar Brock Lesnar.
As always, the scene was electric.
“I thought to myself, ‘Maybe, I have one more ass-kicking left in me.’ I thought to myself, ‘Maybe, I have one badass spear left in me.’ Then I thought to myself, ‘Maybe, I have one last devastating jackhammer in me,’” Goldberg told the crowd.
“So, Brock Lesnar, not only does that mean that you’re next ... but most importantly, it means, Brock Lesnar, you’re last!”
No date is set for the match, but CBS Sports reports that it will most likely go down as the main event of Survivor Series on Nov. 20.
The people were excited, to say the least.
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