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Goldberg not yet begun ring training.

Goldberg admits he hasn't started ring training yet ahead of Survivor Series

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Survivor Series is just 19 days away and awaiting the WWE Universe is a rematch of all rematches as Goldberg takes on Brock Lesnar for just the second time in their careers.

The first and only time the two have met was forgettable. It was WrestleMania 20. Both were leaving WWE and neither of them cared about the match they were putting on.

Fast forward several years and here we are again. Building up to Goldberg vs Brock Lesnar 2.0.

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So far, the promos haven't really gone as planned for WWE, but what's probably more concerning is the fact Goldberg has admitted he hasn't even started ring training yet.

After the first two initial promos from Paul Heyman and Goldberg, the buildup has slowly gone downhill.

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Heyman and Lesnar struggled to get the crowd to boo them last week on Monday Night Raw, which led to the segment being cut short, and Goldberg botched during his segment this past week with Rusev.

However, the segments shouldn't be the only worry for WWE, the fact Goldberg isn't even doing ring training yet should also be a massive concern.

The fact Goldberg botched his physical encounter with Rusev is probably proof that he hasn't got back in the ring to train yet, an issue he put down to ring rust, but with Lesnar just around the corner, it's surely time to start thinking about getting back into the squared circle.

Speaking on an episode of 'Heated Conversations: Hosted by Booker T', Goldberg admitted that he hasn't actually stepped foot back in a wrestling ring to train yet.

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He revealed: "I haven't been in the ring yet.

"That's the one thing after those 12 years that is probably the most important to reacquaint yourself with, but I'm going in for one match. I'm not going to get into the ring for 20 days straight to reacclimate myself to hitting the ropes because, hopefully, the only thing that will be hitting is my fist hitting Brock's face and him hitting the mat, so the reality is I'm going to be taken to Suplex City.

"I'm going to take some suplexes in this thing. Yeah, but it is what it is. It ain't like I didn't play in the NFL, dude. I may be old, but I know what I'm getting myself into."

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