WWE have confirmed Goldberg will return to the ring on Friday – and we could discover his next opponent.
The news was announced on Monday Night Raw that the Hall of Famer is heading to SmackDown with a promo video that included his classic “Who’s next” line.
Now it appears the 53-year-old will be heading back to set up a potential feud for the upcoming Saudi Arabia Super Showdown pay-per-view on February 27.
Dave Meltzer of Wrestling Observer Radio has already reported the WCW legend is participating in the event.
That sparked several rumours of who his opponent would be for the Middle East extravaganza.
Some news outlets claim Goldberg could be set to face Universal Champion Bray Wyatt in the main event.
“King” Baron Corbin is another name that has been mooted – although and even bigger star has also been mentioned.
There is also talk he could be set for a rematch with The Undertaker, according to the IB Times, despite their disaster last year in Saudi.
Goldberg faced calls to retire after a botched-filled clash with the Dead Man last summer.
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He later revealed he had suffered concussion in the bout as he apologised to fans for the in-ring disaster.
Taker bounced back quickly, returning to the squared-circle to produce a stunning show alongside Roman Reigns to defeat Drew McIntyre and Shane McMahon at Extreme Rules a month later.
That led to Goldberg following suit after being name-dropped by Dolph Ziggler, with the veteran winning in dominant fashion to restore his pride and reputation at SummerSlam.