Vince McMahon declares why Goldberg got a short match against Lesnar

WWE News: Vince Mcmahon Reveals Why Goldberg-Lesnar Was A Short Match

We are still not over with the outcome of the mega match at the Survivor Series PPV. The much hyped up “fantasy warfare just got real” matchup became a squash match in favour of Goldberg. We saw him squashing Brock Lesnar in a record 1 minute 26 seconds. The beast who was undefeated in the WWE for the past 4 years, lost in a handful of time.
Now, the fans of Brock Lesnar were not happy at all about the way Lesnar was booked in the match. They certainly think that it did great harm to Lesnar’s image which is difficult to bring back. However, we have some news from none other than the boss himself who opened up about the match’s booking.
Apparently, the chairman himself was the mastermind behind the squash match. As reported by, he wanted the short ending to make it look more controversial one. The owner of the WWE always wants to be the talk of the town and he got what he wanted with the finish. The rare finish made Survivor Series a global trend for the days to come.

Plus, Vince also wanted to look, Goldberg, more dominant than ever so that he can book the man for more future dates. So, we got the announcement of Goldberg getting into the Royal Rumble match, quickly after that.
The Boss also believes that WWE fans do have a short time memory which will make the results forget as soon as the beast comes back. It will take another squash match for Lesnar to get back his image. But, with the dominant booking of Goldberg, all the parties involved in it earned a lot of money.
This is the reason why Brock Lesnar himself wanted the match to be a short one. This allowed to involving Goldberg for some more future appearances. Perhaps, a rematch between Lesnar and Goldberg is also on the cards at Wrestlemania 33.

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