Fastlane was not an event that many WWE fans were looking forward to, but the main event between Roman Reigns, Dean Ambrose and Brock Lesnar certainly did live up to the hype.
For the second year in a row, Roman Reigns is now heading to the main event of WrestleMania after he emerged victorious in the triple threat encounter.
Learnt their lesson?
Reigns won a dramatic match tonight after his brother in arms Dean Ambrose took down the Beast Incarnate with a chair.
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Reigns would deliver the spear to Ambrose and pin him for the three count and secure a future match against current WWE World Heavyweight Champion Triple H.
The game would confront his challenger to end the event as both men set their eyes on the title belt and their date at WrestleMania.
Some would argue however, that the Game simply came out so that his music would drown out the boos ringing around the arena that greeted Reigns' victory.
For the second your running, Reigns secured his place in the WrestleMania main event at Fastlane and once again, the fans have not taken kindly to his success.
His entrance was met with hostility from members of the crowd and his victory was greeted equally by the same people.
Thankfully for the leader of the Roman Empire, the jeers were not as raucous as the conclusion to last year's Royal Rumble.
Either way, the WWE have yet another headache about who will stand victorious when WrestleMania goes off the air.
Last year when the WWE faced the same situation with Reigns, they had the luxury of utilising Seth Rollins and his Money in the Bank contract.
With the Money in the Bank briefcase no longer in circulation, it will be very interesting to see who walks out as Champion.