5 reasons why WWE Fastlane lived up to its hype
The final stop on the road to WrestleMania had some significant moments.
WWE Fastlane was the last stop before WrestleMania 34. The SmackDown Live pay-per-view did not disappoint, as it had some jaw-dropping moments and some great matches. It was not a one-man show and saw the involvement of a multitude of Superstars who wanted to make their way to 'The Grandest Stage of them All'.
The WrestleMania card became much clearer, with a number of matches being set. Here are five moments which helped Fastlane live up to all the hype.
#5 Bludgeon Brothers finally express their intentions
The Usos and The New Day rekindled their rivalry, as they battled it out for the SmackDown Live Tag Team Championship. What was turning out to be yet another flawless match between two great tag teams, witnessed an interference from the Bludgeon Brothers, with the match ending in a no-contest.
Harper and Rowan wasted no time in attacking all the five men mercilessly and laid out Xavier Woods with a Double Powerbomb onto the steel steps, resulting in him suffering multiple thoracic contusions.
The New Day have never won at WrestleMania. The Usos have never made the WrestleMania main card, and The Bludgeon Brothers aren't about to be left behind on the road to WrestleMania so easily.