Fastlane is this Sunday and unlike any other PPV, it has not actually sold out yet.
Despite boasting a main event including Roman Reigns, Dean Ambrose and Brock Lesnar, the WWE's filler event before WrestleMania has not sold out the Quicken Loans Arena.
Fastlane has itself shaped up to be a decent event but it may have actually been hindered by the progress made at last month's Royal Rumble event.
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At the Rumble, we saw several angles which are expected to headline WrestleMania come to fruition in the ring.
However those stories have almost disappeared from our screens entirely and are obviously being saved for the month leading up to WrestleMania.
However if you were to log onto wwe.com and attempt to purchase tickets for this Sunday's event in Cleveland, Oh. You would have your choice of where to sit.
With tickets available all along the aisle, in both upper and low tiers and even in the fourth row at ringside, if no more tickets are purchased, it may not look good on camera come Sunday.
Some think that several WrestleMania angles were given away at the Royal Rumble, and they may be right.
We saw Roman Reigns come face to face with Triple H, Brock Lesnar involved in an altercation with the Wyatt Family and Sasha Banks confronted Charlotte.
If the WWE have truly ruined some of their WrestleMania angles then they could be forced into last minute changes and that could make for some unpredictable and but possibly confusing TV.