Dean Ambrose and Brock Lesnar crossed paths for the first time this week on Raw and it seems their showdown could have seen WWE's creative team make a huge decision.
Since the Raw before the Royal Rumble, it has been made blatantly obvious that Brock Lesnar was set to face Bray Wyatt on the Grandest Stage of them All.
THE LUNATIC VS THE BEAST
This week on Raw, Dean Ambrose became the first person to look into the eyes of The Beast and ask to be taken to Suplex City.
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Ambrose was unafraid of The Beast Incarnate and he was allowed to leave the ring intact after the stare down and was only then attacked by Brock after Triple H tested the former World Champion backstage.
Raw ended this week with Brock Lesnar delivering an F5 to Dean Ambrose as his reward for his fearlessness, but as Ambrose stated earlier in the night, he is the Ironman of the WWE and he will continue to get back up and fight.
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The obvious booking for the main event of Fastlane would be to see Roman Reigns walk out the victor and then go on to face Triple H for the WWE World Heavyweight Championship at WrestleMania.
This then leaves Ambrose and Lesnar to continue what they started this week on Raw, Bray Wyatt doesn't have to insert himself, The Wyatt Family and Brock could instead settle their differences before Fastlane.
It could well be a shocking twist from WWE after many of the WWE Universe have complained about its predictability.
Ambrose and Lesnar have never stepped in the ring together so it would be interesting to see the way Ambrose will prepare for this match given the way Lesnar has destroyed his two former Shield members Seth Rollins and Roman Reigns in the past year.
It will be interesting to see who does gain the pin fall at Fastlane since that is the event that holds together all of the possibilities currently, but at least WWE are finally thinking outside the box.
Could Ambrose really just be that fearless that he would walk into Suplex City even after Fastlane? Or could this just be WWE's way of building up what is set to be an epic pay-per-view ending to The Road to WrestleMania? Have your say in the comments section below...
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