There’s only one step left on WWE’s road to WrestleMania, with Vince McMahon’s organisation set to take over the Quicken Loans Arena in Cleveland for Fastlane.
The main event sees Brock Lesnar, Roman Reigns and Dean Ambrose fight it out for the right to face Triple H for the WWE World Heavyweight Championship on the grandest stage of them all.
Many are predicting that Reigns will be the man heading into the AT&T Stadium to go toe to toe with The Game, but a recent edition of SmackDown suggests otherwise.
Be warned, spoilers incoming.
In the latest instalment of WWE’s Thursday night spectacle, the three men who will be facing each other at Fastlane were involved in a brawl.
Surprisingly, Ambrose and Reigns got in a physical altercation, despite their brotherly bond, and unsurprisingly Lesnar took them both out with a series of German suplexes and F5s.
As the Beast Incarnate stood tall, Triple H made his way down to the ring and the two heavyweights engaged in a stare down.
This seems to suggest a bout is on the cards for the two men who engaged in a vicious battle at WrestleMania 29 making the possibility of Lesnar winning at Fastlane much more likely.
The former UFC star would have to be favourite to walk away with the title against HHH, with the match allowing him to avenge his previous Mania loss, while also allowing WWE’s Executive Vice President to focus on his corporate position.
Backing the man who conquered The Undertaker’s undefeated streak at the show of shows would be a wise investment and he is priced at 9/1 to walk out of WrestleMania as the WWE World Heavyweight Champion.
Elsewhere on the card, most of the favourites to emerge victorious should do, but expect a big upset in the Divas Championship match.
The title-holder Charlotte is the 4/25 favourite to retain, but 7/2 underdog Brie Bella has something working in her favour.
Bella is set to join her husband Daniel Bryan in retirement soon and the WWE has a history of letting women leave as champion, with Trish Stratus taking the title with her when she hung up her boots in 2006.
An upset would allow the company to get rid of the much-mocked Divas belt and hold a tournament culminating at WrestleMania for a returning Women’s Championship.
The female contingent WWE currently has at its disposal is the strongest it has ever been and a series of matches would allow them to showcase this.