In recent weeks, it seems like the only thing to talk about in WWE is the upcoming match between Goldberg and Brock Lesnar.
In fact, due to the return of the former WCW Champion and the prospect of seeing the two share the ring together, a lot of the traditional Survivor Series buildup has been forgotten about.
Of course, there will still be the three traditional Survivor Series matches, which both Monday Night Raw and SmackDown LIVE are now beginning to set up, but all eyes will certainly be on the main event and Goldberg vs Lesnar.
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Ever since it was confirmed that Goldberg would be returning to WWE, all speculation has been surrounding the match and whether he'd still be able to go given the fact he's now 49-years-old.
The last time the two met, the infamous encounter at WrestleMania 20, was certainly one to forget, and it would be a massive surprise if they fail to put on something slightly more memorable.
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So far, the buildup has had it's ups and downs.
Paul Heyman issuing the challenge was good, Goldberg's return was good, but since then, the last two weeks have been very forgettable.
Heyman struggled with a promo alongside Brock Lesnar, a rarity in WWE, and Goldberg botched his physical segment with Rusev this past week.
However, the hopes and expectations are still high and Goldberg has been discussing the match which takes place on November 20.
In fact, he's even called out a spot he wants to see happen at Survivor Series, and that is him press slamming The Beast Incarnate.
He said: "The last time they saw me, I was 290 [lbs.], and I was blowing fire out of my ears. And I was able to press a 290 lbs. Brock Lesnar over my head. Well, my goal is to do the same damn thing when I walk in there.
"I won't be 280 [lbs.] like I used to be, but what I bring into the cage or what I bring into the ring will be a completely different package than before, but it will still be the same guy.
"I'm doing a lot of muay thai kickboxing. I'm doing a lot of cross-training, a lot of footwork, a lot of boxing work."
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