5 Twists That Could Happen on the SmackDown Live After Fastlane
Fastlane has just concluded and we're well on our way to WrestleMania 34. While the show had its moments, it certainly wasn't the most memorable pay-per-view of the year. In fact, Fastlane was a good indication of why it was the final SmackDown Live brand-exclusive pay-per-view. It was a solid night of wrestling with few events of note.
We can only think that WWE did not pull any major surprises at Fastlane because they were saving the good stuff for the fallout episode of SmackDown Live on Tuesday night. In this article, we'll offer you a glimpse of all the twists that could happen at the huge show. Let us know your thoughts and views in the comments.
Mind you, this is just a speculative article and really, nothing more!
#5 The Undertaker confronts John Cena
As Fastlane rolled off the air, we saw a dejected Cena. Cena is convinced that he doesn't have a WrestleMania 34 opponent anymore. He squashed his opportunity at the Elimination Chamber. He did not stand tall after Fastlane.
Many expected the Dead Man to show up after Fastlane, to challenge John Cena. Unfortunately, he did not. Maybe the plan was always for him to show up on SmackDown Live.
With Roman Reigns, Brock Lesnar, Ronda Rousey and Braun Strowman on RAW, The Undertaker could be the firepower SmackDown Live needs to get people excited on the road to WrestleMania. We think there's a great possibility that this feud will be built up on SmackDown Live instead of RAW.
Imagine Cena cutting a promo on SmackDown Live when the lights go out, and a gong hits.