WWE News: Big update on the schedules of Goldberg and Brock Lesnar
Will they clash before the big event?
There is anticipation all over as Goldberg is set to return back to WWE after 12 long years to confront Paul Heyman over his comments on the last week’s edition of Monday Night Raw. The plan for Goldberg is to revive his old rivalry against Brock Lesnar.
As noted Goldberg is all set to make his return on the 17th October edition of RAW and as is scheduled to appear on the October 31st Halloween RAW at from the XL Centre in Hartford, Connecticut and also on the November 14th edition of RAW from Buffalo, which is the Survivor Series go-home show.
Interesting point is that both Lesnar and Goldberg are scheduled to appear on the November 14th edition of RAW which surely will set off some fireworks. Although it has to be noted that neither Lesnar nor Goldberg are advertised for the post-Survivor Series RAW on November 21st in Toronto, Ontario.
Here is a glimpse of the schedule of both these men.
- Mon, Oct. 17 in Denver, CO: Goldberg
- Mon, Oct. 24 in Minneapolis, MN: Lesnar
- Mon, Oct. 31 in Hartford, CT: Goldberg
- Mon, Nov. 14 in Buffalo, NY: Lesnar and Goldberg.
As you can notice, Lesnar and Goldberg have been scheduled to appear on alternate shows before colliding at the go-home show. This might be a part of WWE strategy to keep them apart till a big angle before the match.
The build for this clash has been done really slowly and with a sense of unpredictability and after months of jabbing and insulting, these two men are all set to settle it in the ring. There was a lot of hype after the word spread on Lesnar calling out Goldberg but now with Goldberg making it official through Twitter, the hype is sky high right now.
WWE would want to make most out of the hype and here is a video looking at the buzz surrounding Lesnar and Goldberg.
Many fans would be looking forward to the November 14th edition of RAW where both these men are set to appear, WWE might plan something violent as it suits both these men and also because this strategy had paid off last year before Summerslam.
That was where Brock Lesnar and The Undertaker were involved in a violent brawl and gave us one of the most memorable moments of 2015. With rumours suggesting a Lesnar vs Goldberg match at Survivor Series, it would mark Goldberg’s first match in WWE since Wrestlemania 20.
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