Goldberg refuses to look forward to WrestleMania

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With each and every passing day, we take one step closer to seeing Goldberg make his long-awaited return to WWE.

Of course, he has already technically made his return, with two appearances on Monday Night Raw in the past three weeks, but at Survivor Series, he will be having his first match in over a decade.

Goldberg will take on The Beast Brock Lesnar on November 20 at Survivor Series, in a match that promises to be a physical and brutal affair.


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The two have been hyping up the bout for the past few weeks, with some promos being amazing, and others being not so amazing, but one thing's for sure, it's a must-watch match for all WWE fans.

Goldberg and Lesnar have only had one WWE match beforehand, and that came at WrestleMania 20 where they basically stunk the place out.

The duo were both leaving the company and neither of them decided to put any effort into the match. Luckily, however, it ended with Stone Cold Steve Austin delivering two Stunners, and sending the crowd home happy.

This time around it promises to be a better encounter, and talk is already circulating about Goldberg's long-term future with WWE.

Despite only being signed to a one-match contract, people are already asking the former WCW Champion whether he'll be at WrestleMania next year.

Whilst doing a live Q&A session on Facebook, he was asked about whether or not he has thought about a possible opponent for 'Mania.

His response was short, but sweet, as he admitted that his only focus is on Survivor Series.

He said: "I don't look past the 20th of this month."

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