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The multiplicity of Bill Goldberg vs Brock Lesnar’s match at Survivor has become so high that everyone has come to the consciousness that the match may be as the previous one they had twelve years back.

Bill Goldberg returned to RAW some weeks after retiring some twelve years ago and has deemed it fit to face his rival Brock Lesnar at the WWE Survivor Series event which comes up on Sunday. While fans are busy expecting to see Bill Goldberg emerge as the winner of the match, there is some lapse as to why he mustn’t win the match.

Bill has been away since twelve years now and has not been in the WWE ring. Brock Lesnar has been a practicing fighter both in UFC and in WWE for the twelve years when Bill Goldberg was not around in the ring. This may not be a barrier anyway but may somehow limit the force and agility of the match.
More so, Goldberg may not be competing with all his strength as it was revealed earlier before now that he sustained an injury during his last show with Brock Lesnar.

According to “On Tuesday, NBC Sports published a new interview with Bill Goldberg where he revealed that he “tweaked his shoulder” during Monday night’s in-ring segment with Brock Lesnar on WWE RAW.”

“My body feels horrible,” Goldberg told NBC Sports after his highly anticipated stare down with Brock Lensar in Buffalo New York Monday nigh. “I tweaked my shoulder last night, but that doesn’t mean in five days that I’m not going to come out kicking ass and taking names like I always do.” There is no way of knowing exactly when during the promo that the injury occurred, but one has to wonder how Goldberg would be able to survive an entire match with Brock Lesnar after injuring himself by taking out a few security guards. In fact, one has to wonder how long The WWE is planning for the match to last with Goldberg’s stamina issues.

Furthermore, the injury may handicap him at the match even though he look very well and healthy. Well, it may not also be a barrier; the injury may just give him a chance to win over Lesnar. What do you think?