- WWE Fastlane results saw Ronda Rousey make a stunning appearance during Flair and Lynch match
- Rousey's interference means the Raw Women's title will be a triple-threat at Wrestlemania
- There were no titles lost in the last pay-per-view event before the biggest wrestling's showpiece
Ronda Rousey's entrance in Fastlane was the biggest scene on the the final pay-per-view event before Wrestlemania.
Though the event did not see any title changes but there were plenty of drama as several competitors interfered in matches.
The crowd went wild when Rousey came in during the match between Charlotte Flair and Becky Lynch where 'The Man' needed to win the match on disqualification to get a title shot at Wrestlemania.
Lynch who was nursing a knee injury received the beating of her life before Rousey intervened, striking Lynch to give her the victory by disqualification.
With the result, all three women will compete for the Raw title in the biggest wrestling showpiece of the year, Wrestlemania in New York on April 7.
The other highlight of was the evening was the final reunion of the Shield where they defeated Drew McIntyre, Bobby Lashley and Baron Corbin in a six-man tag team match.
Sasha Banks and Bailey retained their Raw women's tag team championship with victory over Nia Jax and Tamina.
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The Uso brothers also successfully defended their tag team belt against The Miz and Shane McMahon.
Other result in Fastlane includes:
Asuka def. Mandy Rose—WWE SmackDown Women's Championship
Sheamus and Cesaro def. Kofi Kingston
The Revival def. Ricochet and Aleister Black and Bobby Roode and Chad Gable
Samoa Joe def. Rey Mysterio, Andrade and R-Truth—Fatal 4-Way for the United States Championship
Daniel Bryan def. Mustafa Ali and Kevin Owens—WWE Championship
Meanwhile, Legit.ng had earlier reported that WWE legend and wrestling manager Wally Yamaguchi-San has passed away aged 60 after enduring series of illnesses.
During the WWE 'Attitude Era', Yamaguchi-San was Kaientai's manager and also a major pioneer in the Japanese wrestling industry.
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