It may have only been 24 hours ago, but the Royal Rumble already seems long gone as the main event for the next PPV has already been announced.
The Quicken Loans Arena in Cleveland, Ohio will host Fastlane in February and it will be headline by some big names all in one match.
For the second consecutive year, the WWE World Heavyweight Championship will not be defended at the event between the Royal Rumble and WrestleMania.
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The main event on February 21st will see a triple threat match decide who progresses to WrestleMania to face Triple H for his title.
The brothers in arms Dean Ambrose and Roman Reigns will clash in the match but they will have a tough task because they will be joined by Brock Lesnar.
The Beast has recently clashed with the Wyatt Family and wasn't expected to be in the title picture heading towards Mania.
However he will now take on the Lunatic Fringe and the former champion at Fastlane for the right to a title match at the biggest event of the year.
Reigns will likely still be the favourite to progress to WrestleMania but with Lesnar participating in the match, you can never rule him out.
With the company trying to establish WrestleMania 32 as the biggest one yet, a strong showing at Fastlane will be crucial.
As mentioned earlier, Lesnar has been involved in some recent altercations with the Wyatt Family amidst rumours of him having a match against Bray Wyatt at WrestleMania.
It wouldn't be too surprising to imagine any form of interference from the Wyatt Family in the main event at Fastlane - especially if Bray Wyatt doesn't have a match himself.
Interference that could distract or incapacitate Lesnar in the match create an opening for Reigns and Ambrose to go one on one for a chance to move ahead to WrestleMania.