Just one night after his monumental "Survivor Series" 2016 win over Brock Lesnar, Bill Goldberg making his way out to the ring on "Monday Night Raw" with an announcement. After plenty of fanfare and chants for the legendary star, he made it known that he felt "all good things must come to an end." However, he also revealed an interesting conversation he had with Stephanie McMahon backstage. Just one night after beating Brock Lesnar in what seemed like record time, Goldberg announced he wasn't necessarily done. In fact, he made it known that he will enter the "Royal Rumble" 2017 match in January, and that "everyone's next." With that, could this mean he will win the match and continue on further after the January pay-per-view?

Goldberg enters 'Royal Rumble' match

It had been believed by various WWE rumors around the internet that Goldberg would be officially done with Wrestling after his WWE "Survivor Series" 2016 pay-per-view clash with Brock Lesnar. It was also believed that match was going to go the other way, with Goldberg losing to Lesnar, and then a "big send-off" for the wrestling star. With his son and wife in attendance in Toronto, Canada, most people believed that would be it.

However, it seems plans changed and Goldberg's popularity with his return is at a high level. With that, WWE decided to keep him around for more events, knowing how big of a draw the wrestling superstar is. The "Royal Rumble" is one of WWE's big four pay-per-views, so it makes sense he'll appear there.

Goldberg among favorites to win it?

He'll be in the 30-man over-the-top rope battle royal match, where superstars enter in timed intervals.

Right now, he's listed as the overall favorite to win the big match with odds of 6 to 4 at the Paddy Power website. Finn Balor, who has been injured since "Summer Slam," is next on the list of favorites at 7 to 2, followed by John Cena at 5 to 1.

Other wrestlers of interest appearing in the top 10 favorites are Roman Reigns at 13 to 2, Chris Jericho at 8 to 1, and Randy Orton at 10 to 1 odds.

Of these choices mentioned, Reigns, Orton, and Cena have all won the big match at least once before.

Is 'WrestleMania 33' next?

It's believed that Goldberg will also be appearing at WWE's "WrestleMania" 33 which is just a few months after the "Rumble." If he wins the big match in January, it usually means that the winner goes on to headline "Mania" with a shot at a championship. Goldberg made it known that he wants to do just that, saying on "Raw" he will go after the title.

That could mean that Goldberg will face AJ Styles or Kevin Owens for their championship belts if they are still holding them nearer to "WrestleMania." Styles has the WWE World Heavyweight title while Owens holds the Universal Championship.

Goldberg has held the Heavyweight previously during his WWE career.

Other WWE rumors are suggesting that Goldberg and Brock Lesnar may cross paths again, so stay tuned for that to further develop in January during the match.

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