WWE Rumors: Goldberg facing Brock Lesnar in his wrestling return?

WWE Rumors: Goldberg facing Brock Lesnar in his wrestling return?

The WWE universe was treated to a surprise when it was revealed that Bill Goldberg was behind the cryptic hatch on social media. According to the latest WWE rumors, Brock Lesnar may be getting a rematch against Goldberg if the latter returns to the ring.

As mentioned in a previous report, the former WCW star is the first official superstar for WWE 2K17. The game is now available for pre-order on WWEShop.com and it is set for release this coming October for PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, Xbox 360 and Xbox One.

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In the video trailer released by WWE 2K, Goldberg came out of the hatch and he was escorted by the police out the area. While inside the police car, some WWE fans with a keen sight spotted a road sign that says Suplex City. You can view the image below while you can see its mirror gif by clicking this link.

Many fans are now speculating that Goldberg vs. Lesnar II will possibly happen at WrestleMania 33 next year in Orlando, Florida. There are also some rumors saying that Goldberg might also get inducted in the WWE Hall of Fame.

In an interview with IGN, the 49-year-old was asked who does he think can beat him and he answered Lesnar. He also mentioned The Undertaker but added that they are older and way past their prime.

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A match between Goldberg vs. Lesnar is certainly appealing to many casual fans since both are freak athletes. However, their last match in 2004 was a very forgettable one and considered as one of the worst matches in WrestleMania history.

Nonetheless, both superstars knew it was their last night back then and probably threw the match on purpose. Goldberg might look to prove himself one last time while Lesnar is one of the top stars in the WWE right now.

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