The Undertaker has been challenged by John Cena at WrestleMania

Toby Graves
March 16, 2018

NOLAN HOWELL: Styles vs. Nakamura is the match to make for WrestleMania, though it also wouldn't surprise me if Cena wins here as the dark horse in case Undertaker isn't ready.

Cena also went onto bash Undertaker for his apparent reason of not fighting. It's the best women's match WWE can put on.

WWE Fastlane was chaotic, semi-predictable and at times, fun.

Orton became a Grand Slam champion by defeating Roode for the United States title, collecting the win with his trademark RKO after a ring-shuddering superplex.

At the end though, Randy Orton delivered an awesome RKO to win the US Title for the very first time in his career.

Orton pins Roode at 19:27.

The United States and SmackDown Tag Team Championship pictures aren't as clear.

Much like the US Title match, we could see another Triple Threat match at WrestleMania 34 since WWE wants to see as many people on the card as possible. However, the entertaining contest was interrupted when The Bludgeon Brothers came out of nowhere and attacked both teams, forcing a no-contest. (Hey, what do you do when you're wrestling for the umpteenth time?) The Usos hit the Midnight Hour and New Day (Kofi Kingston and Xavier Woods) connected on an Uso Splash among other moves.

Although it brought an fantastic match to an abrupt end, The Bludgeon Brothers making their mark in the tag team division was one of the best things to happen during Fastlane. Before this character change, Rowan and Harper were just two other competitors in WWE that the Usos and New Day seemed not to have a problem with. I can imagine this match being in the running to steal the show, as Rusev should inspire Nakamura to pull out a solid one. Both programs have their own unique rosters which amplifies the excitement and interest with our fans in India. But unfortunately, the happiness could not last for long and there came another defeat after the pay-per-view match which happened last month. Let's go by pro wrestling logic-because Becky Lynch beat Carmella this week on SmackDown, it should probably follow that Natalya and Carmella will steal a win here. The two teams have had an engaging rivalry in the past.

Charlotte Flair vs Ruby Riott was next and this was a good match, although slightly predictable. The WWE is clearly trying to remind us that Carmella still has the briefcase so she can potentially cash in at Mania, but sadly, her run with the briefcase has really not been that great.

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