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Fatal five-way main event official for WWE Fastlane


After two more wrestlers were added tonight, the main event for Fastlane will now be a fatal five-way match.

It had been advertised going into this week's SmackDown that Dolph Ziggler would be facing Baron Corbin and the winner would be added to the Fastlane main event, but the show opened with an angle where Kevin Owens and Sami Zayn attacked both of them before their match. That led to Shane McMahon making Ziggler vs. Zayn and Corbin vs. Owens, with Ziggler and Corbin having the chance to earn their spot at the pay-per-view with a win.

Corbin first pinned Owens with the End of Days, then Ziggler beat Zayn with a superkick in the main event. With that, it will be AJ Styles defending his WWE Championship against Owens, Zayn, Ziggler, and Corbin at Fastlane in Columbus, Ohio on March 11th.

After Owens lost, there was a segment where he argued with Zayn. Zayn told him it would be every man for himself at the PPV.

Whoever comes out of Fastlane as WWE Champion will be set to defend their title against Shinsuke Nakamura at WrestleMania.