Goldberg issues a threat to Seth Rollins

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Monday night saw Bill Goldberg once again return to RAW in what was expected to be another promo to hype up his Survivor Series match against Brock Lesnar.

The return of the former WCW Champion has really brought some new life into the WWE, but no-one really expects him to be around after Survivor Series.

A second challenge?

During a recent appearance on ESPN, Goldberg was shown footage of former WWE Champion Seth Rollins claiming that he could beat him. 


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Rollins claimed that Goldberg - at the age of 49, is past his prime and that the Architect would come out on top if the two were to clash in the ring.

As has always been consistent with Goldberg, he wasn't willing to back down from the trash talk by Rollins.

Goldberg responded in a typical manner, issuing a very strong warning to the man currently chasing Kevin Owens' Universal Championship.

Claiming that Rollins should be hoping that Goldberg has nothing left after Survivor Series, the Architect may want to pay attention.

The latest rumours claim that Goldberg has only signed on with WWE for one match - but everything was pointing to that match taking place at WrestleMania 33.

It is not unthinkable that WWE could consider putting Rollins against Goldberg at WrestleMania if he proves that he still has what it takes during his match against Lesnar - something that is now in question following his performance on RAW on Monday night.


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