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Updated Fastlane 2019 Match Card (03/05/19)

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Fastlane 2019 is rapidly approaching, and with just 5 days left until the event, the match card is almost completely filled out. There may be a match or two more added over the next few days, but we have a pretty exciting lineup so far.

As of today (Tuesday, March 5th) the Fastlane 2019 match card stands as follows:


The Usos (c) vs. The Miz and Shane McMahon

SmackDown Live Tag Team Championship Match
The Miz and Shane McMahon vs The Usos
Photo Credit: WWE.com

The Miz and Shane McMahon cemented themselves as a serious tag team when they defeated The Bar at the Royal Rumble to win the SmackDown Live Tag Team Championships. Unfortunately, they lost said titles to The Usos a few weeks later at Elimination Chamber.

After a less than positive interaction on SmackDown Live in which The Usos said they didn’t mind facing Shane and Miz again, as they knew Miz would cost them the win, just like he did at Elimination Chamber, Shane McMahon set a rematch between them for the championships at Fastlane.



Daniel Bryan (c) vs. Kevin Owens

WWE Championship Match
Photo Credit: WWE.com

Last week on SmackDown Live, Kofi Kingston was sitting across the table from Daniel Bryan, getting ready to sign a contract agreeing to a WWE Championship match at Fastlane, but just as his pen touched the paper, he was interrupted by Vince McMahon.

Vince said, as much as he appreciated the 11 years of hard work Kingston had provided him, he was replacing him with someone more deserving. That replacement turned out to be a returning Kevin Owens, who has been out of action due to injury since October.

Although Kevin Owens will be fighting for the WWE Championship at Fastlane instead of Kofi Kingston, Xavier Woods and Big E promised to help make things right for him, and the future remains bright for the New Day member.



Sasha Banks and Bayley (c) vs. Nia Jax and Tamina

Women’s Tag Team Championship Match
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Although Bayley and Sasha Banks beat Nia Jax and Tamina (along with 4 other teams) for the Women’s Tag Team Championships fair and square at Elimination Chamber, Nia and Tamina are convinced that it was simply a fluke that they were unable to capture the titles.

Nia and Tamina have been relentless in their attempts to prove their theory ever since Boss ‘n’ Hug Connection won the match, from throwing insults at the champs to challenging Bayley in a singles match against Jax on Raw last week.

However, Jax and Tamina’s luck shifted this week when they decided to play a little dirty, working together to bring Sasha Banks down in her match against Tamina.

The building tension between the teams should make for an intense battle for the Women’s Tag Team Championships at Fastlane.



Asuka (c) vs. Mandy Rose

SmackDown Live Women’s Championship Match
Photo Credit: WWE.com

After Mandy Rose finally gave up trying to ruin Naomi’s life (which had been her personal mission for months), she set her sights a little higher – on the SmackDown Women’s Champion, Asuka.

Mandy has made it abundantly clear that she is not afraid to use underhanded tactics in her quest for victory, as she demonstrated when she faked an eye injury to score the championship match against Asuka in the first place.

Rose’s disregard for the rules, on top of having her partner in crime, Sonya Deville, by her side during the match, could certainly make for an uphill battle for the champion, but if anyone can overcome the odds, it’s The Empress.



The Shield (Seth Rollins, Roman Reigns, and Dean Ambrose) vs. Drew McIntyre, Baron Corbin, and Bobby Lashley

Six-Man Tag Match

Photo Credit: WWE.com

When Roman Reigns returned last week, he took a well-deserved moment to soak it all in, but this week he was back to business. And he knew exactly what he wanted now that he’s back: The Shield to reunite for “one last ride.”

Roman went for the easier target first, bringing Seth Rollins around to his way of thinking by convincing him that their friendship and brotherhood was stronger than any feud they could have with each other. Once Rollins and Reigns agreed to get the band back together, they were faced with the more difficult task of persuading Dean Ambrose.

It took many pep talks, a brawl, and the entirety of the 3 hour Raw, but Ambrose eventually decided to rejoin Rollins and Reigns, officially reuniting The Shield.

As Drew McIntyre, Baron Corbin, and Bobby Lashley have been running rampant on Raw for weeks and attempted an ambush on Seth Rollins and Roman Reigns just last night, The Shield made the trio their first target.



Charlotte Flair vs. Becky Lynch

If Becky Lynch Wins, She is Added to the Raw Women’s Championship WrestleMania Match

Photo Credit: WWE.com

This match was originally supposed to be for the Raw Women’s Championship, but Ronda Rousey came back in the final moments of last night’s episode of Raw to set the record straight.

She never actually relinquished the title, it was supposed to be a symbolic gesture, convincing Stephanie to reinstate Becky Lynch so they could determine who was the better woman once and for all.

Although Ronda took back her title, the match between Charlotte and Becky was not cancelled, it was simply transitioned to a regular singles match. However, if Becky Lynch is able to defeat Charlotte, she will be added to the WrestleMania 35 match for the Raw Women’s Championship, making it a triple threat.



How do you feel about Sunday’s Fastlane 2019 pay-per-view? Are you excited for the show? Let us know on Twitter, @TheRumbleRamble.

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Caitlin Cole
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