Goldberg signed new WWE deal last week ahead of Survivor Series

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We are two nights gone from Survivor Series and it's safe to say the WWE Universe are still in utter shock with what they witnessed.

All the hype, all the promos, and all the trash talking came to a head as Goldberg returned to the ring to take on Brock Lesnar.

In just over one minute, it was all over as two spears and one jackhammer later, Goldberg had defeated The Beast Incarnate.


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Some WWE fans loved the ending, some WWE fans hated the ending, but all WWE fans were left totally shocked by the ending.

Going into Survivor Series, Paul Heyman's client was the heavy favourite and everyone assumed he'd be the one going over, especially given his recent record with the company, destroying big names and also ending The Undertaker's WrestleMania streak.

However, on the night of the event, the odds changed and turned in Goldberg's favour, which then explains why he won in under two minutes.

With the former WCW Champion beating Brock, speculation began regarding his long-term future with the company.

Ahead of the pay-per-view, WWE officials were waiting to see what kind of reaction Goldberg got from the fans and whether he could still cut it in the ring.

However, that changed last week as the company and Goldberg struck a new deal, which will now see the 49-year-old compete at both the Royal Rumble and WrestleMania 33.

According to NoDQ, Goldberg has signed a three-match deal, which will likely see him compete at the Rumble, at 'Mania, and at one more event.

If those three matches go down well, the contract could be extended if both parties can reach a mutual agreement.

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