Do not expect to see WWE Universal Champion Brock Lesnar make his first championship defense at the upcoming WWE Payback pay-per-view event in San Jose on April 30th as he is not being advertised by the SAP Center or WWE.
This will mark Brock Lesnar's second championship reign since returning to the WWE in 2012.
While it seems to be the end of Goldberg's wrestling career, he made a point to end his speech on an interesting note, saying "never say never". After a year-and-a-half run with the company, he left unceremoniously following a clunker of a match with Brock Lesnar at WrestleMania 20.
When WCW went bankrupt, Goldberg was in limbo and eventually resurfaced with WWE in 2003.
Meltzer also commented that it would have to be the right paycheck and the right opponent to get Goldberg to wrestle again. Before it became one too many and the Undertaker couldn't come back with Reigns throwing everything he had into the pre-win spear. With nothing but finishers and a couple of suplexes, Lesnar and Goldberg managed to entertain the fans in attendance and at home.
WrestleMania 33 was also apparently the last match for The Undertaker, who after losing to Roman Reigns in the main event, signaled his retirement from wrestling after 27 years.
Roman Reigns struck brutal blows to beat Undertaker in the final match of the night.
Let's take a look at what the future might hold for the top WWE superstars after WrestleMania 33.
And the Universal Championship was on the line at WrestleMania.