Goldberg was the first man to officially confirm his participation in the 2017 Royal Rumble . Fresh off squashing Brock Lesnar at Survivor Series, Goldberg arrived at Raw the following night and announced that he was gearing-up for one last title run, and he was going to earn his shot by winning the Rumble.
Goldberg's troubles with Lesnar are far from over, but he should be considered a heavy favourite. The former WCW Champion has been on-fire since returning, and in an era characterised by a dearth of natural stars, Goldberg feels like a big deal.
There are still questions surrounding his ability to wrestle for any longer than a minute and a half, but the 49-year-old has plenty of time to prepare. If Goldberg can pull it off, it'll cap one of the most remarkable comebacks in wrestling history.
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