As everyone in the WWE Universe knows by now, Goldberg is back with WWE and will be competing in a match at next month's Survivor Series against Brock Lesnar.
However, what some people do not know, is what sort of deal the former WCW Champion is signed to, but that has since been revealed by the man himself.
Goldberg's return to World Wrestling Entertainment has been a long time coming. He's been rumoured with making a dramatic return for years now, but it wasn't until a few weeks ago that he actually stepped foot back in a WWE ring.
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After appearing on ESPN Sports Center with Jonathan Coachman and all-but calling out Lesnar, he was issued a challenge by Paul Heyman the following week on Monday Night Raw.
Goldberg accepted the challenge one week later, and then a match was announced for Survivor Series the following week.
Although the Survivor Series match hasn't even happened yet, people are already talking about Goldberg's long-term future with the company and whether he will compete in any more matches.
As things stand, WWE want to see how Goldberg performs next month and also want to see how the crowd react to him. If both things are positive, they could look to sign him on a longer deal.
However, as things stand, Goldberg is signed to a one-match contract.
When asked about his contract situation with WWE, Goldberg told Booker T during an interview on 'Heated Conversations: Hosted By Booker T' that he was currently working on a one-match deal.
He said: "I'm treating it as [a one-shot deal], man. That's what they offered. That's what I accepted. If they wanted more, they would have offered more.
"So I took the offer when it came to a mutual decision, which I believe was mutually positive for everybody involved. Dude, I treat it as such.
"I have a one-match contract and I'm taking it like the last match of my career. And the minute after the match is over, I won't bask in it. I'll think about what's next.
"If it's anything else in the wrestling world, I'll consider that. If not, hey, man, it's not like I've looking for something to do the last 12 years by any means."
Although Goldberg said on Raw that Lesnar is next and last, maybe, just maybe, The Beast won't be last after all.
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