RAW kicks off in the most fanatic way as the beast alongside his advocate Paul Heyman stepped into the squared circle to declare their intentions of getting into the fast lane on The Road to WrestleMania. Heyman warns the opponents of the beast at Fastlane to follow the rule “Thou shalt not intentionally provoke The Beast!” But, if anyone was there to break the rule it was the Lunatic Fringe who was in the mood to inflict as much punishment as possible.

Kalisto vs. Rusev

Despite the disadvantage he faced in the name of the Bulgarian Brute Rusev, the king of the fight did not back down from a fight and defeated Rusev via count-out after he was sent crashing into the barricade. Alberto Del Rio, Kalisto’s Fastlane opponent tried to ambush his rival after the bell, but Kalisto exited quickly, leaving The Mexican Aristocrat fuming.


Usos vs. Curtis Axel and Adam Rose

The social outcast members were in full confidence despite their one shortage of members. Axel and Rose cut the ring in half, trapping Jey Uso in their corner and controlling the bout. Jimmy Uso was finally tagged in to eliminate the outside interference by heath Slater at ringside to set up Jey for a frog splash for the win.


MizTv with guest AJ Styles

After giving a glorifying introduction for himself, Miz finally invited the phenomenal one but that too only to doubt his survival in WWE and without giving Styles one single opportunity to speak out. He even shamelessly offered his mentoring services to Styles who had enough of it and pounced on the awesome one to deliver a beating to change his mind.


Brie Bella vs. Charlotte

Having enough heard of the mockery for her sister Nikki’s injury, Brie Bella set out to teach the Divas Champion a lesson in the ring. A ferocious Brie made Charlotte staggering with a flurry of kicks. The Divas champion took a little too long to lock the figure eight which allowed Brie to trap her inside a cradle for the three count.


Big Show vs. Eric Rowan

The world’s largest athlete managed to get the pinfall after choke slamming Eric Rowan but that only made his night worse. All the Wyatt family members pounced on him after the match and the relentless attack reached its limit after Rowan and Strowman slammed show into the unforgiving steel steps.


Tyler Breeze vs. Titus O’Neil

Tyler Breeze was all business after the bell rang. The king of Cutesville unleashed his aggression targeting the Gator’s knee. But, once Titus got back the momentum nothing could stop him until he delivered the Clash of the Titus for picking up the win.


Dolph Ziggler vs. Kevin Owens

The show off tried to hit the superkick at the start of the bout which Owens ducked. Ziggler’s attack continues with a flurry of strikes but he paid the price after getting hurled onto the barricade. The prizefighter thought to steal the deal with a pop-up powerbomb but ultimately got countered with a Zig Zag to pick up a well-deserved win.


Sasha Banks vs. Becky Lynch

The boss wants to be on her own but she found her former teammates as the rival in between her match up with Becky. Becky had come to her ally’s aid, though. Sasha Banks may have been ready to break out on her own, but she rapidly found out that having an ally in your corner never hurts.


Roman reigns and Dean Ambrose vs. The New Day

Reigns and Ambrose did not take the New Day’s threat lightly before the starting of the match forcing them to scramble out of the ring as The Big Dog loaded up for the Superman Punch. The match saw a back and forth encounter until Dean took control of the match and hit the dirty deeds to finish the match up. But the beast was waiting for him and The Lunatic Fringe felt The Beast Incarnate’s fury, as he crashed into the canvas thanks to a devastating F-5.


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