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WATCH: Goldberg's first five matches

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Ever since Goldberg made his way into WCW, there's been no stopping him.

He has risen to become one of the most dominant performers in the history of both WCW and the WWE. But how did his legendary career start?

WWE's video takes you through the first five matches of his career in their rival brand that kicked off his incredible unbeaten run.

Do you think Goldberg will make it three out of three against Brock Lesnar at WrestleMania 33?
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WATCH: Inside Goldberg's WrestleMania 33 workout

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WrestleMania 33 is just around the corner and Goldberg is certainly giving it his all in the gym, training for his opponent, The Beast Incarnate, Brock Lesnar.

He can be seen working out with one of the world's strongest men and stepping inside a Muay Thai ring, in this video by WWE.

Talk about not being complacent despite being 2-0 up in the rivalry, Goldberg is taking nothing lightly.

Who do you think is gonna come out on top at WrestleMania 33? Goldberg or Lesnar?
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REPORTS: WWE in buyout talks with Ring of Honor

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It would be a huge move.

According to a report from Pro Wrestling Sheet, the WWE and Sinclair Broadcast Group are in secret talks for a potential Ring Of Honor (ROH) buyout.

The report suggests that talks have been slowly progressing since January, with a 'full takeover' being the WWE's plan if a deal is made.

This would likely mean that ROH shows would air on the WWE Network weekly if the buyout is completed.

There is also no word yet on if all the talent on the ROH roster would be retained if the WWE was to absorb them.
It has also been stressed that there is not officially a deal on the table as of this writing and that 'discussions are simply that.'



If both sides can't agree on specifics the deal will likely fall apart.


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