WWE Fastlane main event changed

By Jason Powell, Prowrestling.net Editor (@prowrestlingnet)

Shane McMahon announced via social media that the WWE Fastlane main event will be a four-way match rather than the previously advertised Triple Threat. Shane announced that the winner of the Dolph Ziggler vs. Baron Corbin match on Tuesday’s Smackdown Live television show will earn a spot in the match that currently features AJ Styles, Kevin Owens, and Sami Zayn.

Powell’s POV: Ziggler won the U.S. Title and vacated it and then, according to the storyline, did not return the calls of Smackdown management. Yet now Shane is giving Ziggler a chance to earn a spot in the title match at Fastlane? Forget about whether Daniel Bryan is biased in favor of Owens and Zayn, it seems like the Shane character has a love fest with Ziggler.


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Readers Comments (2)

  1. WWE writers are absolutely clueless with logic and continuity. Everything on Smackdown is terrible.

  2. I think this may be a case of someone in booking suddenly realizing that a triple threat would be impossible to do without breaking up Sammy and Kevin. Picture it in real life, I knock you down and sit on your chest while my buddy sits on top of me, you aren’t kicking out of that. I still see AJ coming out on top but a Ziggler swerve could be interesting. Or Corbin.

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