It has been rumored that WWE wants to make the Goldberg vs. Brock Lesnar match at "Wrestlemania 33," with many wrestling sites suggesting that Goldberg was going to win the title at "Monday Night Raw's" next brand pay-per-view "WWE Fastlane."

Goldberg vs. Kevin Owens is confirmed

And it's looking very likely that those rumors are in fact based on fact, as on "Monday Night Raw," Kevin Owens and Chris Jericho were cutting a promo on Tom Brady and the Patriots following their Super Bowl win when they were interrupted by Goldberg, who challenged Owens to a title match.

Kevin Owens' best friend Chris Jericho, who had just watched Goldberg put himself on the "List of Jericho," gladly accepted on behalf of Owens, much to Owens' chagrin. This made the Kevin Owens vs. Goldberg match for the wwe universal title official and made it even more likely that Goldberg will be winning at "Fastlane" and defending against Lesnar at "Wrestlemania."

Why Goldberg will probably win at 'Fastlane'

WWE are unlikely to have Goldberg lose to Kevin Owens a month before he's set to take on Lesnar, especially after all of the momentum they've given him as the man who can, quite frankly, embarass Brock Lesnar. So short of Lesnar himself interfering and costing Goldberg the match (a distinct but unlikley possibility), Owens has to lose.

This would then likely set up a United States Championship match between two former best friends, as Kevin Owens blames Chris Jericho for accepting the match and costing him his championship, which is fine, and will probably be a good match, but wouldn't it have been better if the WWE Universal Title was on the line?

Why Goldberg vs. Brock Lesnar for the title isn't exciting

Lesnar and Goldberg already have a story and a well developed rivalry spanning the last few months, and that's why it's a bad idea to put the two of them in a title match, because it's a waste of a title match in the biggest show of the year. This is especially relevant and problematic now that the "Wrestlemania" card is up the air, an opponent for The Undertaker still doesn't seem to have been decided, and no one knows if the planned Seth Rollins vs.

Triple H match will take place after Samoa Joe injured Rollins.

Who will win?

Nevertheless, Kevin Owens is booked to face Goldberg in what is sure to be Goldberg's first real wrestling match since his return to the WWE, unless they plan on having him beat Kevin Owens as convincingly as he beat Lesnar at "Summerslam." No, with the Brock Lesnar match looming, I can't see this going any other way than Goldberg. What do you guys think?