WWE just created another icon with the unexpected events that unfolded during the Wrestlemania 33 main event. The fight between Brock Lesnar and Bill Goldberg left everyone in shock that it took a while before viewers recovered from Goldberg's 90-second victory. With Goldberg's newest feat of strength, WWE fans are curious about the next match on his list.
Lesnar vs. Goldberg - The Big Reveal
Goldberg's return was one of the highly anticipated events in Wrestlemania 33 and based on the ratings, many viewers were anticipating the main event. Given WWE's dwindling viewership, they decided to pull out the big guns and transformed what was supposed to be Goldberg's final fight into his comeback. Two spears and a jackhammer - that's all it took for Goldberg to win over the man who ended The Undertaker's winning streak and defeated John Cena.
With this display, it is obvious that Goldberg's career in WWE is not going to end with that fight. Sources reveal that Goldberg signed up for the 2017 Royal Rumble Match: Raw.
The Undertaker, Cena, Or Lesnar?
After his blink-and-you-miss-it match with Lesnar, Goldberg's future is in the spotlight. There are numerous theories on what should be next for him. At the moment, the most popular rumor is that he will have a rematch with Brock Lesnar. The fight was too short and things happened too quickly. The squash mash is definitely not the end for this pairing.
John Cena is another possible opponent. At the moment Cena is out of the game but he is scheduled to return in December. There are rumors, however, that it might take longer for Cena to come back because he was upset with WWE for not informing him that they wanted to bring Goldberg back. Cena also voiced out his thoughts on the payment received by the likes of Lesnar and Goldberg.
Although heavy rumors suggest that The Undertaker will go against AJ Styles, it is still possible to set up a match with Goldberg. If The Undertaker takes the WWE World Title and Goldberg becomes the winner at the Rumble match, Goldberg can challenge The Undertaker for the title at Wrestlemania.