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PostSubject: Fastlane - Full Results   Wed 8 Mar - 11:13



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Rich Swann & Akira Tozawa def. The Brian Kendrick & Noam Dar (Kickoff Match)



MILWAUKEE — The party in the “City of Festivals” started early during the WWE Fastlane Kickoff, as the team of Rich Swann & Akira Tozawa defeated The Brian Kendrick & Noam Dar while Alicia Fox disappointedly looked on.

After refusing to be Kendrick’s protégé, Tozawa dominated his would-be mentor with a furious offense. Swann, meanwhile, backed up his recent trash talk to The Scottish Supernova with swift strikes and unpredictable aerial maneuvers, including two swift Rich Kicks that left both opponents dazed.

After Tozawa further incapacitated Kendrick with a German suplex, Swann hit the top turnbuckle and executed a stunning Phoenix Splash on the supine Dar to score the pinfall.

Having suffered a decisive defeat at the hands of their rivals in the WWE Fastlane Kickoff Match, will Kendrick & Dar seek vengeance as they continue down The Road to WrestleMania? To find out what lies ahead for the Cruiserweight division, don’t miss Raw on USA Network and 205 Live, exclusively on the award-winning WWE Network.


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PostSubject: Re: Fastlane - Full Results   Wed 8 Mar - 11:16

Samoa Joe def. Sami Zayn



MILWAUKEE — Sami Zayn showed Samoa Joe, and the WWE Universe, his indomitable heart at WWE Fastlane. And Joe promptly ripped it out and fed it back to him.

At least, that’s what it felt like by the end of Zayn’s grueling bout against The Destroyer, which concluded a month of growing animosity between the two.

Joe had accused Zayn of just being happy to be in WWE.
Zayn countered with what Joe perceived as “disrespect.”

What followed gave the WWE pay-per-view audience their first taste of two-time NXT Champion Samoa Joe’s abilities.

While he came as advertised and then some, Joe proved himself to be a peerless strategist in the contest as well.

Knowing that Zayn’s strength comes from his mobility, The Samoan Submission Machine locked in a variety of debilitating holds designed to whittle away at Zayn’s motor.

Of course, Sami is too defiant to simply roll over for anyone, but every bit of separation Zayn managed to gain was short-lived.

There was only a brief sequence toward the end where it seemed like the lead was in doubt.
After Zayn suckered Joe into a small package near-fall, The Underdog from the Underground briefly gained a second wind and managed to line his foe up for the Helluva Kick.

Joe was ready, however, catching Zayn mid-sprint with the Uranage before locking in the Coquina Clutch.

That Zayn didn’t submit — he passed out in the hold — is a small measure of victory he can take here.

For Joe, meanwhile, the path of destruction continues.
And the next time Joe’s name is spoken, you can rest assured it will be with the proper respect.


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PostSubject: Re: Fastlane - Full Results   Wed 8 Mar - 11:17

Raw Tag Team Champions Luke Gallows & Karl Anderson def. Enzo Amore & Big Cass



MILWAUKEE — Enzo Amore’s flashy sneakers always get attention, but the WWE Universe was talking about The Certified G’s Air Jordans for an entirely different (and unfortunate) reason after WWE Fastlane, where Amore’s foot played into a controversial loss to Raw Tag Team Champions Luke Gallows & Karl Anderson.

Using their time-tested divide-and-conquer tactics to keep Amore isolated from his increasingly frustrated 7-foot-tall friend, the so-called “good brothers” made Cass’ immense size a non-factor for most of the match.

When the Queens-born colossus was tagged in, however, the champions were sent scurrying like extras in a monster movie.

After Cass unloaded on the legal man, Anderson — a barrage that included a ring-shaking Empire Elbow — the big man tagged in Amore and sent “Muscles Marinara” soaring onto the champion with the Bada-Boom Shakalaka.

The duo was a second away from championship glory, but Gallows was on-hand at ringside to break up the pinfall.

Amid the ensuing chaos, Anderson nailed Amore in the skull with a knee strike.
Enzo showed incredible ring awareness by getting his foot on the bottom rope, but Gallows knocked it off before the ref could see it, leading to a successful title defense for the so-called “good brothers.”

Enzo & Cass don’t exactly take defeat lightly — or quietly — so expect the thunder-and-lightning duo to continue their quest to become “The Realest Champs in the Room” as WrestleMania fast approaches.


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PostSubject: Re: Fastlane - Full Results   Wed 8 Mar - 11:20

Sasha Banks def. Nia Jax



MILWAUKEE — So much for breaking The Boss.
Sasha Banks rallied back from months of insults and punishment by Nia Jax to hand the Women’s division powerhouse a rare defeat at WWE Fastlane — a win that vindicates Banks in more ways than one.

Ever since her heartrending loss to Charlotte Flair at Roadblock: End of the Line, Banks has been on the proverbial ropes in the Women’s division, and Jax has been more than happy to kick her while she’s down.

It seemed like The Boss would suffer more of the same at Fastlane.
Despite an aggressive game plan that no longer required compensation for an injured knee, Banks found herself stopped short at every turn by Jax’s power.

With her advantage secure, Jax transitioned quickly from dominance to outright humiliation, executing a series of squats with Banks secured over her shoulders.

Sasha, however, quickly turned the situation to her advantage, transitioning to a guillotine choke and then a pair of sleeper holds that weakened her imposing rival.

Jax fought back, powering out of the Bank Statement before rag dolling Banks around the ring.
Yet, Sasha repeated her earlier feat of agility and earned a victory because of it.

When Nia hoisted Banks into the air again, Banks slid off her shoulders a second time, rolled her up, and bridged her way to a beautifully executed pin.

The win was, admittedly, a shock to both Superstars at first. Jax was slack-jawed and furious in the ring, while it took a depleted Sasha a few minutes of her own to process the payoff of her hard work.

By the time she reached the top of the ramp, however, the swagger had returned.
In other words, The Boss is back, baby.
Ready your stunner shades.


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PostSubject: Re: Fastlane - Full Results   Wed 8 Mar - 11:22

Cesaro def. Jinder Mahal



MILWAUKEE — Fresh off a falling out with Rusev, Jinder Mahal showcased some newfound aggression as he battled Cesaro at WWE Fastlane.

However, the Punjabi Superstar’s return to singles competition ultimately proved unsuccessful thanks to a distraction from The Bulgarian Brute.

After a savage brawl with his former friend, The Super Athlete, before the bout, Mahal was more than ready for his mystery opponent, The Swiss Superman.

In an unscheduled match ordered by Raw General Manager Mick Foley, the self-professed “Man Who Comes in Peace” seemed to surprise Cesaro with his raw power, which was only seldom seen during his ill-fated tag team tenure with Rusev.

Unfortunately for Mahal, it was that association that would be his downfall.
As Mahal was momentarily distracted by his stewing former tag team partner at ringside, he made himself easy prey to Cesaro’s Very European Uppercut, which put Mahal down for the three-count.

If that wasn’t enough, Rusev attacked the defeated Mahal and dazed his former ally with a superkick.

Don’t cry for Jinder, however.
Retribution for Rusev would come immediately in the form of a surprise match with Big Show.
Spoiler alert: It didn’t end well.


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PostSubject: Re: Fastlane - Full Results   Wed 8 Mar - 11:25

Big Show def. Rusev



MILWAUKEE — Handsome Rusev’s new haircut gave the WWE Universe a good look at his face at WWE Fastlane. It also gave Big Show a nice target for a KO Punch at the end of their impromptu match.

It was a stinging development for The Super Athlete, who was looking to have a pretty good night before Show came a-callin’.

Rusev had just finished beating down his estranged tag-team partner Jinder Mahal, following Mahal’s loss to Cesaro.

Alas, Rusev’s face fell the second Show’s music hit.
His body did the same shortly thereafter.

Show, who’s been on a tear of late, delivered a near-flawless performance against his old foil, beating the former U.S. Champion about the ring with monstrous abandon.

To his credit, a wobbly Rusev managed to take out Show’s knee and briefly transitioned to a ground game that looked as though it might just pay off.
In short, it did not.

The spring in Show’s step did vanish as a result of Rusev’s strategy, but the power in Show’s fist hadn’t faded one iota.

The giant took full advantage of his newly svelte physique by slithering out of The Accolade and administering not one, not two, but three chokeslams before propping Rusev against the turnbuckle and KO Punching him into oblivion.

Safe to say, this show might just have raised the curtain on a second act.


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PostSubject: Re: Fastlane - Full Results   Wed 8 Mar - 11:27

WWE Cruiserweight Champion Neville def. Jack Gallagher



MILWAUKEE — Gentleman Jack Gallagher refused to bow to the vicious Neville at WWE Fastlane, but The King of the Cruiserweights nevertheless protected his throne in one of the division’s most brutal matches to date, and will carry the WWE Cruiserweight Championship to WrestleMania.

Utilizing some rarely-seen aerial maneuvers and even a top-rope superplex to counter the brute-force offense of the muscled champion, Gallagher held nothing back as the promise of carrying the crown jewel of the Cruiserweight division to The Showcase of the Immortals hung in the balance.

Refusing to stay down, despite Neville’s cruel and continuous assault, Gallagher turned the tide with a duet of headbutts that nearly ended Neville’s dominant reign.

As painful as those two headbutts must have been, it was a third cranial strike to The King of the Cruiserweights that proved most successful, leaving Neville seeing stars on the top turnbuckle.

From here, The Gentleman seized the opportunity to attempt yet another superplex, but the wily Neville countered by dumping the challenger to the mat.

Then, executing a high-flying move the WWE Universe hasn’t seen for months, Neville hit Gallagher with a Red Arrow to score the win and retain the WWE Cruiserweight Title.

Gentleman Jack Gallagher came close to dethroning him, but Neville remains The King of the Cruiserweights.

Who will be next to challenge his rule?


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PostSubject: Re: Fastlane - Full Results   Wed 8 Mar - 11:29

Roman Reigns def. Braun Strowman



MILWAUKEE — Roman Reigns has had his doubters for a long time.
But after seeing him roaring from a near-insurmountable deficit to hand Braun Strowman his first-ever singles pinfall loss at WWE Fastlane, it’s fair to ask if you believe in him now.

Reigns was subjected to otherworldly punishment at the hands of The Monster Among Men at WWE Fastlane, which is only fitting given Strowman’s insatiable appetite for competition over the last several months.

Despite tweaking his knee, Braun had his way with the former WWE Champion, not only raining blows upon his body and thwarting seemingly nearly every move he threw, but also administering each of his signature maneuvers: The Reverse Chokeslam, the Yokosuka Cutter and, finally, a Running Powerslam through the commentary table.

Nobody would have blamed Reigns for just calling it a day after that, but Reigns almost immediately roared back, executing an out-of-nowhere Spear that brought Braun’s momentum to a screeching halt.

The Gift of Destruction managed to keep The Big Dog at bay, but he clearly sensed Reigns was on the verge of a comeback.

So he went big, ascending to the top rope for a splash that missed its mark and proved to be Braun’s undoing.

As The Monster Among Men staggered to his feet, Reigns rose up and hit a second Spear, felling Strowman for the historic three count that nobody in the WWE Universe could believe.

Reigns, of course, was less surprised.
He’s been saying it for years, people: He can, and he will.


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PostSubject: Re: Fastlane - Full Results   Wed 8 Mar - 11:31

Raw Women's Champion Bayley def. Charlotte Flair



MILWAUKEE — Charlotte Flair has questioned the validity of Bayley’s Raw Women’s Title reign for weeks, but there was no questioning the upbeat champion’s victory at WWE Fastlane, where she ended The Queen’s 16-0 pay-per-view winning streak and ensured she will enter her first WrestleMania with a title hugging her waist.

However, since Sasha Banks once again inserted herself in what was to be a pure, one-on-one bout, perhaps some questions still linger.

Growing increasingly frustrated as the indomitable Bayley refused to back down, Charlotte Flair upped the ante with a gravity-defying moonsault and a swift standing senton that nearly sealed her fifth Raw Women’s Title.

Bayley rallied, however — proving once again that she’s most tenacious when backed against a wall — retaliating with knee strikes, kicks, a dazzling hurricanrana and a stunning elbow drop that would have made “Macho Man” Randy Savage proud.

However, once Flair shifted momentum in her favor after hitting Natural Selection on Bayley, Sasha Banks stormed the ring to assist her friend, allowing Bayley to capitalize with a Bayley-to-Belly Suplex on the floor.

The dazed Charlotte then attempted to steal a win by grabbing Bayley’s tights in a pinning predicament, but The Boss, still at ringside, caught the underhanded maneuver and pointed it out to the referee.

Infuriated that Sasha foiled her attempt to steal the title, the distracted Charlotte was rolled into a second Bayley-to-Belly Suplex.

Three seconds later, Bayley was declared the victor, much to Sasha’s delight.

Did Bayley’s conquest at WWE Fastlane prove that she deserves the Raw Women’s Title, or did Sasha Banks’ intervention inadvertently spoil yet another of her best friend’s shining moments? Either way, it’s clear now more than ever that The Road to WrestleMania will be full of twists and turns for the Team Red Women’s division.


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PostSubject: Re: Fastlane - Full Results   Wed 8 Mar - 11:33

Goldberg def. Kevin Owens to win the Universal Championship



MILWAUKEE — We knew Goldberg had at least one more Spear left in him.
We knew he had one more Jackhammer left in him.
And now we know he has one more title reign left in him too.

The unlikely comeback of the iconic Superstar reached its new apex at WWE Fastlane, where Goldberg defeated Kevin Owens to become the new Universal Champion in his first WWE title match in 14 years.

The win all but ensures Goldberg will walk into WrestleMania with a championship around his waist for the first time in his illustrious career.

Owens, for his part, seemed hesitant to get in the ring at all. He ducked out of the ropes before the bell rang and refused to step back in for minutes on end while Goldberg fumed in the middle of the ring.

And when Owens finally did step to Goldberg and demanded the match begin, Chris Jericho’s entrance music hit and things went south in a hurry.

Owens was completely thrown off his game by the arrival of his former best friend, appearing on television for the first time since Owens’ heinous betrayal a few weeks ago.

KO even went so far as to ask the ref to hold on the bell.
But he didn’t, and Goldberg didn’t hesitate one second before executing the legendary trio: Spear, Jackhammer, 1-2-3.

Now, Kevin Owens’ dream run has been cut short at the hands of the Superstar who once called him his best friend.

Goldberg is Universal Champion.
Brock Lesnar is next, and the stakes are higher than ever.
Here we go.


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