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We begin with a major update coming out of the WWE regarding this weekend's Pay-Per-View event.
The WWE have today confirmed two new title matches for the upcoming Fastlane PPV and both have reasons for fans to get excited.
Firstly, the Intercontinental Championship will be on the line in Memphis as Dean Ambrose takes on Bad News Barrett.
The two WWE Superstars have been joined on the card by Jimmy and Jey Uso who will go up against Cesaro and Tyson Kidd for the Tag Team Championship.
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These two enticing matches bring an extra edge to proceedings in what is already promising to be a high-octane night. Elsewhere on the card, Roman Reigns and Daniel Bryan will do battle for the right to main event WrestleMania while John Cena will continue his feud with Rusev.
Speaking in the aftermath of Monday Night Raw, Darren Young gave WWE fans hope that a Prime Time Players reunion could be on the cards. The comments came after Titus O’Neil had saved Young during the show.
"I think this time around we're going for gold. I think we can go for gold, but I need to think about it," he explained.
After O'Neil turned his back on Young in the past it would certainly be a surprise move to see them team up together again.
And finally, a screen shot supposedly posted on WWE’s Instagram account caused a stir last night.
The image suggested CM Punk had quit the UFC and could make an appearance on RAW. The picture was later confirmed as a fake, to the disappointment of many WWE fans.
Punk instead continues to prepare himself for a shot at the UFC and any WWE return is almost impossible as things stand - no matter what any photoshopped photos may tell you.
What do you think WWE fans? Are you excited about Fastlane, and what are your predictions for the matches currently announced? Let us know in the comments section below...
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