WWE Fastlane is the last pay per view in the run up to Wrestlemania and is essentially the WWE's last chance to shake things up and surprise its audience.
Whether Superstars are securing landmark wins or championships, losing matches they were desperate to triumph in, or even seeing their careers come to a shuddering halt, tears are often shed. Roman Reigns and The Undertaker could have a good match, though there seems to be a much more obvious choice for the Deadman's WrestleMania opponent.
But the division is gaining some traction around cruiserweight champion Neville, who defended his title by beating Jack Gallagher. Sunday's event will also feature a Raw Women's Championship match between title holder Bayley and challenger Charlotte, who holds a winning streak at pay-per-views.
Tag Team Championship - Luke Gallows & Karl Anderson (c) vs. Enzo Amore & Big Cass: WWE has done an adequate job rebuilding Gallows and Anderson after hanging them with an terrible comedy gimmick as The Club came to an end.
Who should win Samoa Joe. Bayley did get help to win her title from Sasha Banks and while she said that she would also have her back at Fastlane, Banks might not be able to help her as Stephanie McMahon set up a match between her and Nia Jax.
In other games at Fastlane, Rich Swann and Akira Tozawa defeated Brian Kendrick and Noam Dar via pinfall. Dot Net Members will hear an exclusive audio review hosted by me and Jake Barnett on Sunday night. Rusev has all the tools to be a top heel, and his anti-American gimmick would work well against the former Olympian. Taz is unsure if Goldberg can even bump at this point, because we haven't seen him on his back since he has returned to the company. If nothing else, WWE Fastlane - the last stop on the road - had to be historic to hype up the destination. In the ensuing confusion, Bayley hit a second Bayley-to-Belly and scored the pinfall victory, all but guaranteeing she'll be champion heading into WrestleMania.
The reported plan has been for a four-way match at WrestleMania, although there is still some storyline development needed to get there.
I don't expect this match to end cleanly (a Bayley win would snap the streak, while a Charlotte win would likely not go over well with fans), but instead with Nia Jax interfering as a way to show that she wants a place in the title picture. Perhaps the most attractive result of all among the events of WWE Fastline 2017 is Goldberg's victory against former WWE Champion Kevin Owens. The Wrestlemania 33 is about to begin in the first week of April this year. Whether Jericho played a role in Owens' loss is irrelevant, but it would advance the rivalry.
Do you think Lesnar and Goldberg can put on a match to remember, or is the WWE setting fans up for another disappointing fight? Kevin Owens vs. Chris Jericho?