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The elaborated results of the show are given below.
Kick-off show: US champion Kalisto def. Alberto Del Rio in a 2 out of 3 falls match
The Quicken Loans Arena of Cleveland, Ohio welcomed the King of the fight, Kalisto with the “Lucha! Lucha!” chant as the kick-off show started with the 2 out of 3 falls match for the US title. It was stipulation chose by Del Rio in which the masked Luchagor retained his title by getting the number one and three pinfalls. But before that “Mexico’s greatest export” showed as usual disrespect by pulling off the mask and attacking Kalisto with a steel chair and literally granting the first fall. But, that helped him to deliver the double stomp for the second fall. He delivered a second and went for a third which was finally evaded by Kalisto and sent Del Rio to the barricade to stun him and for the third pinfall.
Sasha Banks & Becky Lynch def. Naomi & Tamina
Unlikely allies get on the same page, as Sasha Banks & Becky Lynch earn a big win at WWE Fastlane to kick off the main show. Even from the get going the enemy-turned-partners could not get on the same page with the argument of who will start the match. However, they showed effective teamwork by complementing each other as the match rolled further. The finishing moments saw both Becky and Sasha locking in their respective submission holds to make Naomi and Sasha tap out simultaneously.
Divas Champion Charlotte def. Brie Bella
In a complete emotional showdown between Brie and Charlotte the only survivor of the Bella army fought all that she got but the “genetically superior one” dashed the title dream of the Bella queen. From the get going it was all “YES” movement prevailed in the arena courtesy of retired Daniel Bryan. Brie tried with almost all her signature moves and borrowed some from her husband and sister Nikki. But, Charlotte slowed her down before the momentum became too much to reverse. In the end, Charlotte sent Brie face burst on the second rope to lock in the figure-eight to earn a submission victory.
Ryback, Big Show & Kane def. Braun Strowman, Luke Harper & Erick Rowan
The Wyatt family finally got wrecked into their way of dismantling the titans of WWE. The Big Guy, the World’s Largest Athlete & the Devil’s Favorite Demon were the latest Superstars to find themselves in the crosshairs of Bray Wyatt and his frightening family. Ryback started earning the momentum after getting tagged in and delivering a number of running knees and a mammoth power slam to the black sheep. The giant laid down the mountain with a giant size shoulder tackle. The big guy finally delivered the shell-shocked for the win.
Intercontinental Champion Kevin Owens def. Dolph Ziggler
Another intense battle followed as Kevin Owens defeated the show-off once again and this time perhaps finishing off the rivalry once and for all. With the battle raging, Ziggler’s “never say die” attitude was on full display as the duo exchanged superkicks in and out of the ring. “This is awesome” chant broke out inside the arena when Ziggler went on to deliver Shawn Michael’s superkick but failed. The momentary distraction allowed KO to hit the pop-up powerbomb to pick up the win.
AJ Styles def. Chris Jericho
Styles indeed showed how phenomenal he can be, by not only reigning supreme over the veteran Chris Jericho but also he made him tap out with the calf-crusher in the rubber match. Jericho gained the upper hand by taking early control of the match and locking in the Walls of Jericho. Jericho pushed Styles out of the ring to get a count out victory, but Styles evaded that. Following moments saw both hitting their signature moves Codebreaker and Styles Clash subsequently, but failed to earn the win. Jericho though could not escape the Calf-crusher and submitted.
The New Day appeared on ‘The Cutting Edge Peep Show’
It was bound to be excited when the reigning tag team champions joined the Cutting Edge Peepshow. Two groups pointed insults over each other until The New Day wanted to put down the League of Nations which prompted the four Superstars to emerge from backstage. With all nine men in the ring, tempers began to boil over until both The New Day and Edge and Christian eventually exited up the ramp. The insults may be over but animosity between New Day and League of Nations will certainly here to stay.
Curtis Axel def. R-Truth
The Social Outcasts are trying to be trending worldwide on the road to Wrestlemania and they were successful once again when Curtis Axel gained the victory over R-Truth. His partners obviously interfered in between the match but Goldust, who has been trying to Truth’s ally for weeks tried to even things up. Though, by mistake, he caused the distraction to Truth and handed him the loss. A potential partnership may not happen ever again.
Roman Reigns def. Brock Lesnar and Dean Ambrose
The Wrestlemania main event was finally decided in the ferocious Triple threat match at Fastlane. For the second consecutive Wrestlemania, Roman Reigns will walk onto The Grandest Stage of Them All as a challenger for the WWE World Heavyweight Championship after surviving the unpredictable offense of his “brother,” Dean Ambrose, as well as the raw carnage of Brock Lesnar in an insane Triple Threat Match at WWE Fastlane 2016. The brother-in-arms put Lesnar on the table and went right after one another. Ambrose shoved down Lesnar with the steel chair but the slight distraction allowed Reigns to deliver the spear and pick up the win. Triple H came down to the ring to lock a staredown with his opponent at Wrestlemania and closed the show.