The return of “The Myth" is sure to make the wrestling fans happy. Goldberg, the former WCW franchise is set to step foot inside the wrestling industry for the first time in 12 long years.
While most of the fans are all excited with Goldberg's addition to the WWE roster, there are some contradictory parts, as well.
Some do think that Goldberg will not be successful at his age of almost 50 (in coming December) and hence there are chances of the returning one to get booed out.
The exciting part is that WWE may have needed this induction to get a boost to the lower ratings, for the past couple of months.
Since the fans present at Summerslam were chanting the names of Goldberg throughout the night, WWE thought it will be best for business and they are likely to give more of him prior to the Survivor Series PPV.
Goldberg confirmed his presence on this week's Monday Night Raw in Denver, Colorado. Apart from his first appearance, it looks like WWE will stop at nothing to hype up the annual Survivor Series PPV in the thanksgiving tradition and hence we will be seeing Goldberg more on raw during that time.
Hest next appearance will be made at the XL Center in Hartford, Connecticut on October 31st which will be the first episode after the Hell in a Cell PPV.
In addition, he is also advertised for the November 14th episode of Raw which will be aired from Buffalo, New York.
This episode will be the last one before we go into the last big PPV of the year, Survivor Series on November 20th.
The last time Goldberg competed in a match was against Kane in the year 2004. This showed how big the gap is and there is an entirely new generation will be waiting for Goldberg's arrival.
However, the teenage wrestling fans back 12 years ago are indeed happy to see their icon back into the WWE and will tune in.
Till now, Goldberg's appearance has received more of a positive reaction and we will find out if that continue from Monday onwards.