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Chris Jericho Weighs in on Goldberg v Brock

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Chris-Jericho
(Chris Jericho on the WWE mic)

Chris Jericho recently gave his thoughts on the finish of Goldberg vs. Lesnar at Survivor Series on his Talk Is Jericho Podcast:

“I loved the Goldberg finish. I think it was very smart. Had they gone out there for about a 10-minute match, and kind of been a little bit plodding, or maybe somebody blows up or whatever it may be, I don’t think it would have been as effective. It was a shock-value, water cooler moment. Everybody’s talking about it; it sets up for a huge main event rematch; and we have something to talk about, so I think it was a great idea. Everyone was shocked; everyone was surprised, but after thinking about it for a minute, I think it was actually a pretty brilliant finish. So congratulations to those guys. Congratulations to Goldberg for coming back and making his mark right away.”

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