25 November, 2016
Survivor Series went off the air at around 10:30pm EST after Goldberg celebrated in the ring with his son. The legendary wrestler discussed his future plans with the WWE and let it be known that last night's "Survivor Series" appearance was not his final match within the company.
Although pro wrestling matches are said to be scripted and the results pre-planned, hardly anyone would have imagined Goldberg getting a sensational one-sided victory over Brock Lesnar in Survivor Series 2016 in Toronto on Sunday.
With two spears and a jackhammer, apparently. He stalked the man who ended The Undertaker's Wrestle Mania streak and delivered a second spear.
Either way, it sure does look as if we're two months away from Brock Lesnar and Goldberg going face-to-face with each other once again. Lesnar on the other hand, stood and more or less laughed off the challenge he was about to face. Rest assured, if you're a Goldberg fan, you'd want to keep a tab on RAW the coming weeks.
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Lesnar with the first move, attempts a takedown on his opponent and Goldberg lands on the ring post. If the WWE follows that script, the Goldberg vs. Lesnar III may as well be booked for Wrestlemania 33 as expected.
Speaking with Brian Campbell of ESPN, Goldberg has revealed the most effective way to win, was to do it in a shocking manner, and he certainly did that. Addressing his fans, Goldberg said, "I did what I said I was gonna do". Goldberg had got the better of Lesnar in that match and The Beast was itching to set this record straight.
Nobody really saw the match going this way, with The Beast Incarnate remaining a firm favourite to level things up following Goldberg's victory against him 12 years ago at WrestleMania XX.