By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher
On March 6, 2017 at 12:24 am EST
The Fastlane Pay-per-view took place on Sunday night from the BMO Harris Bradley Center in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Samoa Joe kicked off the show by defeated Sami Zayn.
Joe won the fight via a Coquina Clutch. This was their first match since March 2016 when they went 43 minutes in NXT.
The Club (Gallows and Anderson) retained their WWE Raw Tag Team Championships by defeated Enzo Amoré and Big Cass. After Amoré dived onto Gallows when he was on the floor, Anderson hit him with a running knee, then got the win.
Sasha Banks then defeated Nia Jax. Banks needed the O’Connor roll to defeat the Samoan.
This is the first-time that Banks defeated Jax. Previously, Jax was 2-0 against The Boss in a WWE ring.
Cesaro defeated Jinder Mahal. This match came about after Mahal and Cesaro had an argument during the pre-show.
This was Mahal’s first pay-per-view single’s appearance in his career. He has yet to get a pay-per-view win.
Following the European uppercut, Cesaro got the win. Then, Rusev turned on his partner Mahal, as he beat him up.
The Big Show would defeat Rusev. But he needed three chokeslams and a knockout punch to get the job done.
This was their first one-on-one fight since their WWE Hell in a Cell match in 2014.
Neville retained his Cruiserweight Championship belt over Gentleman Jack Gallagher. Once Neville hit the Red Arrow, it was over.
Roman Reigns defeated Braun Strowman. After Strowman missed a splash off of the top rope, Reigns hit the nearly 400-pounder with a spear for the win.
Bayley gave Charlotte Flair her first pay-per-view loss, as the California native retained her Raw Women’s Championship. Banks interfered and distracted Flair, before Bayley landed the Belly-to-Bayley — but Flair got out of the pin.
As Flair tried to roll Bayley up holding her tights, Banks pointed out that Flair was cheating with a handful of tights. Bayley reversed it and got a roll-up on Flair for the win.
Goldberg is the new WWE Universal Champion after he defeated Kevin Owens. Shortly after Owens was distracted by Chris Jericho, Goldberg hit the spear and a jackhammer for the win.
Goldberg is now 6-out-of-6 in single’s match for the championship in WWE. This was the first-time that he challenged for a championship in the company since Unforgiven in 2003 against Triple H, which he also won.
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