The world of professional wrestling is buzzing about the pending return of Bill Goldberg to the WWE and his potential match with Brock Lesnar.
The former two-time world champion, now 49, is set to appear on next week's Monday Night Raw to answer Paul Heyman's challenge and rumour has it Lesnar and Goldberg will lock horns at Survivor Series on November 20.
The two heavyweight superstars need to right a wrong with this rematch. They originally met at WrestleMania 20 in a bout that the fans very vocally rejected due to the common knowledge that both men would be departing the company the following day.
Whilst neither man has had a full-time run in the wrestling business since that catastrophe of a match, Seth Rollins has been building a nice main event legacy over the past couple of years after emerging as a star from The Shield.
Rollins spoke about the imminent return of Goldberg during his Facebook live Q&A session, and the former two-time world champion didn't mince his words about the former WCW staple.
"Am I gonna go after Goldberg? To be honest with you, I don't think there's going to be anything of Goldberg left after Brock Lesnar rips him apart," Rollins asserted.
It's quite a bold statement from Rollins. The former poster boy of The Authority has battled it out with Brock Lesnar before, managing to escape a defeat thanks to an interfering Undertaker.
Goldberg was victorious over Lesnar during their first encounter, so one would logically think that he will return the favour and put Lesnar over this time. But, then again, would Goldberg come out of retirement just to lose?