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It's been 12 years and all signs pointed this sight never actually happening ever again, but once again the WWE has proven why "Anything can happen in the WWE." It is fair to say that I am not the only that never thought I would ever see Goldberg back in a WWE ring, but things change. Originally I was going to put this post up earlier but I chose to wait until I knew things were confirmed and ready to go.
Much like the last few years with Ultimate Warrior and Sting as the featured athletes for the games it was fitting that with Goldberg in that position this year he would make a comeback. Though a match hasn't been officially announced as of yet there have been rumors to insist when the match will take place. For once I will say that for once the WWE did something nice and respectable for a WCW legend. In my book a lot has changed for the WWE in the last 12 years and in a way Goldberg is the last big name from WCW to make his presence felt in the New Era.
With the past these two men have a lot of fans may not be excited to see the rematch between these guys; if you don't know what I am talking about then check out WrestleMania 20 on the WWE Network. Seeing how well Goldberg still held himself in the ring and on the microphone I will say that I can't wait until Goldberg goes face to face with Brock for the first time in 12 years. "Brock Lesnar your are not just Next..... but your are Last!!!"