If you told a WWE fan a few years ago you would be seeing Goldberg in a WWE ring once again, they'd have laughed in your face.
If you told a WWE fan a few years ago that you would be watching Goldberg vs Brock Lesnar at Survivor Series, the reaction would have been fairly similar.
Well, the former WCW Champion has returned to the squared circle and he will also face Lesnar at next month's pay-per-view, and that is why they say anything is possible in the WWE.
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Goldberg is back with World Wrestling Entertainment, and although it's currently on a short-term deal, which is likely to only cover him for the Lesnar match next month, his return has gathered a lot of interest from old WWE fans and new WWE fans alike.
He returned on an episode of Monday Night Raw a few weeks ago, and he accepted Paul Heyman's challenge on behalf of Lesnar, which then subsequently set up the match at Survivor Series.
His return was massive for WWE. Not only due to the past, but also in terms of the ratings. Raw has suffered in recent weeks due to presidential coverage and Monday Night Football, so Goldberg's return helped them out massively.
It also proves that WWE can build bridges with any superstar they've fallen out with in the past (CM Punk, I'm looking at you), and Goldberg has recently revealed what it was like backstage with Vince McMahon.
When asked about what is was like backstage after he cut his promo on Raw, Goldberg admitting that he got the chance to embrace McMahon, something he never imagined happening.
He said: "I've had some issues with them. Everybody has. But, I can tell you, once I went through 'Gorilla' [position] after I delivered a promo that I didn't think I had the ability to do, with the help of a lot of people, I gave him an embrace I never thought I'd be giving and it was one of appreciation that he gave me the opportunity to be that guy again."