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WWE: Total Surprise--Goldberg stuns Brock Lesnar in under 2 Minutes

WWE: Total Surprise--Goldberg stuns Brock Lesnar in under 2 Minutes

Unfazed, Goldberg push Lesnar to the ground. This isn't anything out of the ordinary, as the WWE usually visits Buffalo around or in March of every year as part of their "Road to WrestleMania" tour. If he is victorious, he will be granted a WWE Universal championship match.

The wrestling world was in awe last Sunday as Goldberg just needed less than two minutes to defeat Brock Lesnar at "Survivor Series".

If this is indeed the 49-year-old Goldberg's final match, as he has suggested, you have to wonder now what comes of Lesnar's character.

Vince is obviously confident he can get Goldberg to work Wrestlemania 33 at a price similar to what he paid him to work Survivor Series on Sunday.

In following with WWE's typical booking style, since Team Raw stood tall on Monday, that means they are going to fall at the pay-per-view, meaning Smackdown Live will come away victorious.

"WWE 2K17" released October 11th for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.

WWE fans shocked: Goldberg beats Lesnar in less than 2 mins was posted in Entertainment of TheNews International - https://www.thenews.com.pk on November 21, 2016 and was last updated on November 21, 2016. The cost for one night is usually more than an entire cable bill for the whole month, but it's still worth it to many fans! On July 4th of past year, the WWE broadcasted a live event from Tokyo, Japan, a show that also featured Brock Lesnar.

As things stand, Goldberg is tentatively scheduled to participate in the actual 30-man over the top Royal Rumble match at the pay-per-view.

What did you think of the Survivor Series main event? Now WWE and Paul Heyman are telling fans this rematch is happening because Goldberg is one up on Brock Lesnar.

This year's Royal Rumble is set for January 29, 2017, and it will emanate live from the Alamodome in San Antonio. It would be a way of getting to a third match, maybe one with a stipulation added.

Before we discuss why Goldberg vs. Brock Lesnar II is going to be better let's talk about what went wrong the first time.