WWE's Survivor Series takes place this Sunday and it's bound to be a brilliant pay-per-view with several battles between the company's two shows, Raw and SmackDown, taking place on the night.
Alongside the three Survivor Series-styled matches the company has in store, we also have two title matches between The Miz and Sami Zayn for the Intercontinental Championship, and The Brian Kendrick vs Kalisto for the Cruiserweight Championship.
There is also the matter to contend with between Goldberg and Brock Lesnar, which according to reports, is going to be the main event of the entire show.
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According to PWInsider via WrestleZone: "As of now Goldberg vs Brock Lesnar is scheduled to main event WWE Survivor Series on Sunday night." This is subject to change as with everything in the WWE is, but considering how much promotion the company has placed into this match, it's a pretty sure bet it will be the last clash of the night.
With it being the last match the fans see before they go home, the outcome must, therefore, be planned to perfection to make sure the fans are satisfied with the show.
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A report by NoDQ has suggested that The Beast Incarnate is the odds on favorite at 5/16 to beat the WCW icon - who has odds of 21/10 to win - at Survivor Series this weekend, which may not be to every fan's liking.
It looks like the WWE is going to keep on building up Lesnar as this unstoppable monster that can't be beaten cleanly by anyone in the company, not even Goldberg. A win for Brock would also tie the score between the two at 1-1, meaning another match could come further down the line.
The biggest concern with these odds is that it could turn out to be one-and-done for Goldberg upon his return to the WWE, and many fans will not want that. Fingers crossed there is some sort of interference on Sunday night to cause him to lose to The Beast, and that a clean win doesn't occur.
Perhaps Rusev could be the one to interfere, as he was on the receiving end of a Jackhammer by Goldberg a couple of weeks ago on Raw. A match against the WCW icon could be the push The Bulgarian Brute needs to put him back in the main event picture.
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