Its four years since Brock Lesnar returned to WWE - and his path of destruction shows no signs of coming to an end. Goldberg will attempt to conquer The Conqueror at Survivor Series on Sunday night - which, to be fair, he managed when the powerhouses fought for the first time at WrestleMania XX in 2004. We look back at Goldberg v Brock Lesnar at WrestleMania XX in Madison Square Garden from 2004 But the WCW legend appears to have his work cut out if you look at the success Lesnar has enjoyed since he decided to reignite his professional wrestling career… WWE Survivor Series: How to order Booking details for Sundays WWE pay-per-view Back with a bang - but shocked by CenaRumours had been swirling throughout WrestleMania 28 weekend that Lesnar was on the verge of returning to WWE and, sure enough, he appeared on the post-Mania Raw to a deafening reception from the Miami crowd. John Cena had expected The Rock - he had just asked The Great One to come to the ring so he could congratulate him on his win in their WrestleMania main event - but he got Brock, with The Beast Incarnate refusing a handshake and flattening Cena with an F5. Brock Lesnar and John Cena brawl on Monday Night Raw An Extreme Rules match was quickly made official for WWEs next pay-per-view, one which Lesnar began strongly when he made Cena bleed after a potent elbow shot. In truth, Lesnar dominated the vast majority bout, with Cena regularly tended to by medical personnel. Yet, bringing the steel steps into the ring proved Lesnars undoing, with Cena giving his rival an Attitude Adjustment onto the stairs after whacking Lesnar in the head with a chain to seal an unlikely victory.Tussling with Triple HConsidering he had been beaten by Cena, it was perhaps a tad cheeky of Lesnar to ask for an improved contract from WWE Chief Operating Officer Triple H, as well as request that Raw be named Monday Night Raw starring Brock Lesnar. The Game refused, so an irate Lesnar broke his arm. The Beast Incarnate would do the same to The Cerebral Assassins pal, Shawn Michaels, and then break Triple Hs arm again while beating him with the Kimura Lock when they went one-on-one at SummerSlam 2012. Lesnar overcame Triple H at SummerSlam Triple Hs career seemed in jeopardy after his SummerSlam shellacking and it was hanging by a thread when he met Lesnar in a rematch at WrestleMania 29 - if The Game lost, he would be forced to retire. The multi-time world champions in-ring days were extended, though, as he used Lesnars Kimura Lock and a Pedigree onto the steel steps to triumph. Lesnar, however, nicked the rivalry 2-1 when he bested Triple H in a Steel Cage Match at Extreme Rules after using a sledgehammer.Shattering the StreakLesnar was an unstoppable Beast following his feud with Triple H - the Paul Heyman Guy beating former Paul Heyman Guy, CM Punk, in a no disqualification match at SummerSlam 2013 and then thrashing Big Show inside two minutes in a singles match at the 2014 Royal Rumble having battered The Worlds Largest Athlete with a steel chair before the bout could begin. Yet, those results, as good as they were, paled in comparison to what he achieved at WrestleMania 30 in New Orleans. Paul Heyman could not hide his emotion after Lesnar defeated The Undertaker Lesnar did what no man had done and what most fans thought was impossible - he defeated The Undertaker at the Show of Shows. The Phenom had won 21 matches straight at Mania but had no answer to the Anomaly, who hit three F5s on the veteran before earning the pinfall. Everyone in the Mercedes-Benz Superdome was stunned, not least Heyman, whose staggered look showed the magnitude of what Lesnar had just accomplished. There was only one goal left…Becoming world championThat was for Lesnar to win his fourth world title in WWE - and he duly seized the belt at SummerSlam 2014 after taking Cena to Suplex City. The powerhouse blasted the man who had beaten him at Extreme Rules two years previously with a whopping 16 German Suplexes, as well as two F5s - one barely 30 seconds into the match - to begin a 224-day stint with the championship. Cena failed to regain the belt at Night of Champions and also at the Royal Rumble in a Triple Threat which also featured Seth Rollins. The Beast Incarnate became a four-time world champion in 2014 Rollins was the man pinned at the Rumble - Lesnar earning the count despite suffering a broken rib earlier in the bout - but The Architect prised the title from The Beast in devious fashion at WrestleMania 31. Rollins cashed in his Money in the Bank contract as Lesnar defended the belt against Roman Reigns, turned the tussle into a Triple Threat and pinned Reigns after the Big Dog had blasted the champion with a spear. To say Lesnar was seething would be a massive understatement…Taking on Taker againLesnar went berserk the night after WrestleMania, attacking a raft of commentators and earning himself a suspension. He looked poised to regain the title at Battleground, though, when he dragged Rollins to Suplex City - the former Shield star walloped with 13 German suplexes - but he had not reckoned on the reappearance of The Undertaker. The Phenom, looking for retribution for Lesnar beating him at WrestleMania the year before, planted his foe with a chokeslam and two Tombstone Piledrivers. Undertaker returned at Battleground to floor Brock Lesnar And so began the next chapter in their feud, replete with a brawl on Raw that went from the ring to the parking lot with a host of WWE Superstars trying in vain to break it up. Taker levelled the score at SummerSlam when he hit Lesnar with a low blow before causing him to pass out to Hells Gate. Yet, just as he had done against Triple H, Lesnar edged the three-match series - winning a Hell in a Cell Match after cracking The Phenom onto the exposed wooden ring boards with an F5.2016 so farBeating Undertaker once again acted as a precursor to Lesnar chasing the world title, although this time he was unsuccessful. He was unable to claim the belt in the Royal Rumble after being eliminated by The Wyatt Family, while he then failed to earn a WrestleMania showdown against new champion Triple H when he lost a No 1 contenders Triple Threat at Fastlane. I say he lost but he was actually the odd man out as Reigns pinned Dean Ambrose after administering a spear. Lesnar lost out to Reigns in his bid to main-event WrestleMania 32 Since then, though, Lesnar has re-found that winning spark, obliterating Ambrose in a No Holds Barred Match at WrestleMania - an F5 onto a pile of chairs sealing his win - and then decimating Randy Orton at SummerSlam. Twelve-time world champion Orton, who rose through the WWE ranks with Lesnar, looked a credible challenger but he was put to the sword and left requiring 10 staples in his head. Goldberg - you have been warned…WWE Survivor Series booking detailsWWE Survivor Series will be shown live on Sky Sports Box Office (channel 491) and Sky Sports HD Box Office (channel 492) from midnight on Sunday, November 20 (Monday morning).WWE Survivor Series will repeated on Sky Sports Box Office (channel 491) BUT NOT Sky Sports HD Box Office (channel 492) between 10am on Monday, November 21 and 10pm on Thursday, November 24. Watch WWE Survivor Series, live on Sky Sports Box Office on Sunday night WWE Survivor Series will cost £19.95 for viewers in the United Kingdom and €24.95 for customers in the Republic of Ireland, while a live blog of the event will run on skysports.com and the Sky Sports apps.You can order the show online by visiting this link: https://my.sky.com/orderboxoffice/?DCMP ... rSeriesYou
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