Following his comeback to the WWE ring after more than a decade, Bill Goldberg has spectacularly kept up his performance and also accepted the challenge put up by “The Beast” Brock Lesnar.
Lesnar and Goldberg came face to face on Monday. The former World Heavyweight Champion appeared to be in full form and was emotionally charged to battle his rival in Denver on Raw. The rematch between the most sought-after rivals is likely to take place at the Survivor Series. The involvement of the two most competitive wrestlers of the sports industry has made the possible match one of the biggest pay-per-views of 2016.
Goldberg received a very warm welcome by WWE fans, who have been eagerly waiting for his return to the ring. Lesnar has challenged his Raw rival to face him off once again in the next WWE championship via his official advocate. Goldberg, on the other hand, has accepted the challenge despite feeling bad that his rival did not ask him for a rematch personally.
The UFC star told Lesnar he “was next” while also indicating that the match might mean he’ll “be last,” according to The Sun.
On Monday’s match, Goldberg seemed to have been making up for the time he lost being in the ring for so many years. Even his promo did not have a gray shade at all. The promo and the match were both inspirational and emotionally active. He appeared to be lord of the ring once again after his comeback. “The biggest thing that I miss, other than kicking a**, is being a superhero for the kids all around the world,” he said as quoted by Forbes.
At the time when US presidential elections 2016 are a hot topic for discussion, presidential debates between Democrat nominee Hillary Clinton and Republican nominee Donald Trump have hit the television ratings point really hard. In that situation, frequent matches between Goldberg and Lesnar might do wonders in raising the point for WWE.