As seen on Monday Night Raw last night, Paul Heyman issued a challenge to Goldberg - to face his client Brock Lesnar once again.
The two last met in the ring at WrestleMania 20 but put on a match to forget as the duo made their feelings clear about WWE and the fact they were leaving the company.
In fact, it was a match that will probably go down as one of the worst in WWE's history, however, this time around, there is big excitement around the two with early reports suggesting they could face each other as soon as Survivor Series.
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The pay-per-view takes place at the end of November, and with Goldberg returning to Monday Night Raw next week, it leaves WWE plenty of time to hype up the match, with Heyman already starting the build-up.
However, according to NoDQ, it's not going to be just a Goldberg vs Brock Lesnar encounter, they could blend it into another storyline, one which has taken a backseat in recent weeks.
Lesnar made his presence known at SummerSlam in August, dismantling Randy Orton in the main event and winning the match by TKO.
After the match, however, he refused to stop, resulting in SmackDown LIVE commissioner Shane McMahon making his way to the ring, and eventually receiving an F-5 for this troubles.
Surprisingly, McMahon could play a big part in the Goldberg/Lesnar storyline, with NoDQ claiming that Goldberg could be used as a proxy for the SmackDown LIVE boss.
Despite Goldberg heading to Raw, it's reported that McMahon could sign him to the blue brand, and then have his battle Lesnar on his behalf at Survivor Series.
This would then lead to Lesnar going over on Goldberg, starting a potential feud with McMahon going into a possible match with the two at WrestleMania 33.
Remember the SmackDown LIVE commissioner saying it's not over between him and Lesnar - this could be what he meant.