The 2019 WWE Fastlane Kickoff Show opens up with Jonathan Coachman welcoming us to the show and introducing his fellow panelists comprising tonight of WWE Hall Of Famer Beth Phoenix, Sam Roberts & David Otunga. They then run down tonight’s card for us before moving on to The Becky Lynch vs. Charlotte Flair Matchup, in which they show us a video package and they provide us with a panel discussion. WWE Women’s Tag Team Titles Match is up next and The IIconics suddenly interrupt the discussion to run down Sasha Banks & Bayley for not coming to SmackDown LIVE since winning the titles.
Asuka vs. Mandy Rose is next on the agenda and Mandy is interviewed alongside Sonya Deville backstage. She claims that she is in Asuka’s head and it is the champion with the long-shot chance to win the match tonight. Deville then says that this is the biggest night of Rose’s career and she has the mental edge. EC3 then rolls up to say Mandy’s name and says that he does a lot of things and introduces himself as a bit of a hot commodity.
Sonya scoffs at him running that as his opener and calls him lame before telling him Mandy isn’t here to flirt with a human tanning bed and she has got her eyes on a prize that ain’t him so he can take a hike. We then cut to a video from earlier today of Carmella passing a petition around to get R-Truth a WWE United States Title match, whereupon Zelina Vega berates her for trying and saying that her man Andrade is next in line.
Carmella then points out that Andrade got pinned. They bicker at each other and eventually Samoa Joe comes over and tells them to calm down. He wants to make it abundantly clear that he is then champion and he is going to continue doing so and if Truth, Rey Mysterio, or Andrade have a problem with that, they can come see him and he will be happy to put them and their problems to sleep. Samoa Joe then signs the petition before leaving.
The SmackDown Tag Team Championship is up next for discussion and Christian joins the panel for that. Ricochet & Aleister Black get a promo where they talk about creating moments and how every victory they get turns into fear for the established tag teams in the locker room. Video package & discussion of The WWE Title Match follows with AJ Styles in the rotating spot.
We then go backstage where Kevin Owens is interviewed and he suggests that anybody who wants to talk about him replacing Kofi Kingston should go talk to Vince McMahon because he agrees with them. But he is not gonna turn down a title shot, a chance to make life better for his family and he has been sitting for five months watching Bryan talk down to people and tonight he is gonna punch Bryan in his stupid face for everybody that has wanted to do that for the last five months. And then when he does that, he is taking The WWE Title.
The New Day then rolls up. Kofi says that he has got no problem with Owens and tonight is his moment, so good luck. Owens then says that really means a lot and thanks him and they shake on it. Owens wishes them luck with their tag match and leaves New Day to have a crew member roll up to tell them that The McMahon family wants to talk to Kofi about The WWE Championship Match.
And speaking of that tag match, we head to ringside for the first match of the evening.
The New Day (Big E & Xavier Woods) vs. Rusev & Shinsuke Nakamura: Early on in the match, we cut to the backstage area where we see The Miz & his father talking about Miz's match tonight. Shane McMahon comes over and high-fives Miz. Nakamura & Rusev control the pace in this one early on as they trade tags and take turns beating on Woods. Big E gets the hot tag and hits a series of belly to belly suplexes on Nakamura. Big E hits a running splash on Nakamura, then he tosses Nakamura out to the apron. Big E looks for a spear, but Nakamura blocks it with a knee to the face and he follows up with kicks. Nakamura hits a flying knee to the face of Big E off the middle rope. Rusev & Woods tag in and all four men are in the ring now. When the dust settles, Rusev kicks Woods in the head for a two count. Woods tries to mount a comeback, but Rusev shuts him down with a version of the Alabama Slam for a two count. Nakamura tags in for a double team suplex and then Nakamura knees him in the face for a two count. Big E gets the tag and he hits a double team suplex-backbreaker on Nakamura. They go for another double team, but Lana gets involved and knocks down Woods when the referee isn't looking. Nakamura kicks Big E in the face, then Rusev tags in and boots Big E in the face and pin, but Xavier breaks up the pin attempt. Woods dumps Rusev & Nakamura out to ringside and then he goes for a suicide dive, but Rusev & Nakamura catch him and powerbomb Woods on the ringside floor. Big E takes out Nakamura at ringside, then Rusev misses a shot in the corner and Big E tags in. The New Day hits the Up Up Down Down on Rusev for the three count. Winners: The New Day (Big E & Xavier Woods)
After the match, Big E & Xavier Woods celebrate as the music hits. We go back to the panel.
Back to the panel, we get some quick last minute predictions and promo for The WWE Network to close out The Kickoff Show.
The 2019 WWE Fastlane PPV opens up with a video package focused on The Road To WrestleMania and how tonight’s show plays into all that through our major feuds.
We are live from The Q Arena in Cleveland, Ohio as The WrestleMania 35 sign hangs high above the ring. Tom Phillips welcomes to Fastlane, the final PPV before WrestleMania 35. He is joined by Corey Graves & Byron Saxton. We then head to the ring for the first match of the main show.
The Usos (Jey & Jimmy Uso) (c) vs. Best Tag Team in The World (Shane McMahon & The Miz): The SmackDown Tag Team Titles are on the line in this one. The Miz comes out to the ring in a "Cleveland is Awesome" shirt and gets a good ovation from his hometown crowd. Miz & Shane hug Miz's dad at ringside before the match. Shane & Jimmy start this one off and Shane controls the opening moments. Shane hits a side Russian leg sweep, then tags in Miz for the double team. Jimmy scrambles across the ring to tag in Jey. Miz hits a clothesline on Jey, then hits some chops to the chest of Jey Uso. Miz hits a flying sunset flip on Jey Uso for a two count. Shane tags in and they hit the Hart Attack on Jey Uso for a two count. Jey Uso mounts a comeback and they trade tags now to take turns working over Shane on the mat. The Usos knock Miz off the apron now and continue the assault on Shane. Shane fights back with a spinning DDT, then Miz gets the tag. Miz cleans house and hits a series of kicks on Jey in the corner. Miz hits some running knee strikes in the corner and then a running clothesline. He boots Jey off the apron, then he dumps Jimmy out to ringside. Miz goes to the top rope and hits a dive on The Usos on the floor. Back in the ring, Jimmy elbows Miz in the head and then Jey tags in for the double team for a two count. Jey looks for the splash in the corner, but Miz dodges it. Jey Uso hits a kick to the midsection, then Jimmy tags in. Miz fights off both Usos and then looks for a flying cross body, but The Usos hit a double superkick on him in mid-air. Shane runs in for the save, but then they hit double team Samoan Drop on Shane. Jey misses a shot on Shane and Miz dumps him out to ringside. Miz then hits the Skull Crushing Finale on Jimmy, but the referee was busy checking on Shane. The referee turns around and counts, but Jimmy Uso kicks out at two. Miz goes for the Figure four, but Jimmy kicks him off into the ring post. Jey tags in and they look for the Doomsday Device double team on Miz, but Miz breaks free and fights them off. Jey fights back with a kick to Miz's head, then he goes up top. Miz hits some right hands on Jey and climbs up with him and they both crash down to the apron. Shane goes up top and he is looking for the coast to coast dropkick on Jimmy, who is still laying in the opposite corner. Jey goes up top of the opposite corner and goes for a splash on Miz, but Shane leaps too and intercepts the splash and dropkicks Jey Uso in mid-air. The Miz's dad seems to signal to The Miz to go back up top and Miz goes to the top rope. Miz goes for a frog splash, but Jey Uso gets his knees up to block it and then he rolls up Miz for the three count. Winners & Still The SmackDown Tag Team Champions: The Usos (Jey & Jimmy Uso)
After the mach, The Usos take the titles and leave as their music hits. Miz & Shane start to recover in the ring as we go to replays. Miz checks on Shane in the corner now, helping him to the floor. Fans cheer them on after The Usos leave. They go over to Miz's dad at ringside, raising their arms in the air. George raises both of their arms. Miz walks off and Shane comes from behind, dropping him with a clothesline. Shane unloads on Miz and beats him down at ringside now as fans boo. The boos continue as Shane destroys the hometown star at ringside. Shane has words with George now. Shane grabs him by his face, talks trash and pushes him back. Shane goes back to work on Miz now. Shane applies a submission on the floor, right in front of Miz's dad, talking trash and taunting him. Shane manhandles Miz some more before heading to the back as the boos continue. George comes over the barrier to check on Miz with two referees. Shane stops on the stage and looks at the crowd as they continue to boo him. Fans chant for Miz as he is helped to his feet. We go to replays.
We then get a promo from Baron Corbin, Drew McIntyre & Bobby Lashley about how they are going to break The Shield and run RAW and that they are the new dominant force in WWE.
Elias is in the ring now to sing us a song. The song is about how The Miz just got his ass kicked and how he can see the future and The Miz isn’t going to age well if that is really his dad.
Commentary then recaps The Kickoff Show for those of you who wasn't able to check it out earlier today.
We then head back to the ring for the next match of the main show.
Asuka (c) vs. Mandy Rose: The SmackDown Women’s Title is on the line in this one. Sonya Deville is at ringside for this one. Asuka is in control in the opening moments of this one. Sonya causes a distraction, which leads to Mandy hitting a knee to the face for a two count. Asuka fights back and hits a kick to the face on Mandy. Asuka hits the running hip attack in the corner and then a German suplex. Asuka hits a running knee to the face for a two count. Asuka misses a shot and gets tangled in the ropes, leading to Mandy booting her in the face. Mandy looks for a suplex, but Asuka escapes and knees Mandy in the face. Meanwhile at ringside, Sonya grabs a kendo stick from under the ring. Mandy gets tripped up in the overturned ring apron, which leads to Asuka booting Mandy in the face for the three count. Winner & Still The SmackDown Women's Champion: Asuka
After the match, Asuka leaves with the title as Deville comes in to apologize to Rose. We go to replays. Rose leaves and Deville continues to apologize but Rose just keeps walking.
We head backstage where Big E & Xavier Woods are walking to fetch Kofi Kingston, who tells them that he has been waiting outside the door since they called him and has been knocking on the door and was told to wait repeatedly. Big E & Xavier Woods aren’t having it and they barge in, to which Vince says that he has been waiting for an hour. The New Day then pitch him Kofi’s story, telling him all the things that he has been looking for and the things that have been there for the past 11 years.
The New day then says that you want to talk about listening to the people, well the people want Kofi and if McMahon wants to do the right thing, he will make the title match a triple threat. Vince then says that The WWE Title Match is now a Triple Threat Match, but Big E & Xavier Woods are banned from ringside and it’s up next,
Kofi Kingston makes his entrance but ring announcer Greg Hamilton and Referee Mike Chioda are flagged down by a crew member. They announce that The WWE Title Match will be later on tonight and this is actually a 2-on-1 Handicap Match against The Bar. We then head back to the ring for the next match of the main show.
Kofi Kingston vs. The Bar (Sheamus & Cesaro) (2-on-1 Handicap Match): The opening bell sounds and Sheamus & Cesaro immediately start beating down Kofi and double teaming him. Kofi starts to fight back, but they double team him again. They beat Kofi down at ringside, then take him in the ring for a boot to the face as the crowd chants "this is boring." Big E & Xavier run out for the save, but Nakamura & Rusev ambush them on the ramp. Meanwhile in the ring, The Bar hits the double White Noise on Kofi for the three count after a squash match. Winners: The Bar (Sheamus & Cesaro)
After the match, The Bar celebrates the win as The New Day recovers.
The Boss 'N' Hug Connection are interviewed backstage and tell Kofi not to stop fighting. Bayley then says that we all know how physically dominant Nia Jax & Tamina Snuka are but Sasha says that they welcome the competition and the titles are all they have ever worked for. They then say that it is not enough to be the first champions as they want to be the greatest of all time and they are going to defend them on all brands and that starts tonight.
Elias is in the ring once again to sing us a song. His song runs The New Day down for being a bunch of beat up losers just like everyone there and a local sports team.
Back to commentary and they recap Shane McMahon’s heel turn. We then go backstage for an interview with him, but he refuses to speak on his actions.
We then head back to the ring for the next match of the main show.
The Revival (Scott Dawson & Dash Wilder) (c) vs. Aleister Black & Ricochet vs. Bobby Roode & Chad Gable: The RAW Tag Team Titles are on the line in this one. The Revival gets dumped outside early on and Gable & Ricochet will start this one off. Dawson tags himself in and suplexes Ricochet down, then hits him with an elbow to the face. Dawson connects with chops and stomps in the corner, then Wilder tags in for the double team. Ricochet fights back and Black gets the hot tag. Black cleans house and kicks down everyone in his path. Black beats on Roode now in the ring and hits a moonsault on him. Dawson runs in and Black kicks him down, then Roode comes back with a spinebuster on Black. Gable tags in and they look for a double team on Black, but Black escapes. Ricochet tags in as Gable hits a suplex on Black. Wilder comes flying in with a splash off the top on Gable to break up the pin. Ricochet then hits a shooting star press on Wilder for a two count. Dawson tags in and goes at it with Ricochet now in the corner. This leads to Ricochet hitting a Frankensteiner on Dawson off the top all the way down onto Roode, Gable & Wilder on the ringside floor. Back in the ring, Ricochet runs and leaps over the ring post to hit a splash on Roode. Meanwhile in the ring, Gable & Dawson trade pin attempts. This leads to The Revival hitting the Shatter Machine on Gable for the three count to retain the Tag Titles. Winners & Still The RAW Tag Team Champions: The Revival (Scott Dawson & Dash Wilder)
After the match, Dash attacks Black as he tries to come into the ring, kicking him back out. Roode attacks The Revival from behind and hits a Glorious DDT on Dawson. Black with a Black Mass for Roode and a big kick to the face to Dash. Ricochet drives Dash into the mat. Ricochet goes to the top as fans pop. Ricochet goes for the big 630 and lands hard on Dash. Ricochet & Black celebrate in the ring as the music hits. We go to replays. The Revival limps up the ramp with the titles as the others look on.
Commentary then hypes up The Shield's reunion for later on tonight and Michael Cole mentions Dean Ambrose not re-signing his WWE contract. They also hype up Charlotte Flair vs. Becky Lynch. We then go backstage with Charlotte Flair & Becky Lynch as they get ready for their match.
We then head back to the ring for the next match of the main show.
Samoa Joe (c) vs. Andrade vs. R-Truth vs. Rey Mysterio (Fatal 4-Way Match): The WWE United States Title is on the line in this one. Rey starts off strong, but Andrade takes him out to ringside and looks or a DDT. Joe comes flying out of the ring with a suicide dive on all three of his opponents at ringside. Back in the ring, Joe tees off on Andrade & Rey with strikes. Andrade & Rey inadvertently double team Joe and then Truth hits the ring and drops them both. Rey comes back with a double hurricanrana on Truth & Andrade. Rey takes them both down again and Andrade falls out to ringside. Joe runs in and clotheslines Rey & Truth down. Andrade comes back in the ring and Truth picks him up, then Rey hurricanranas Andrade off of Truth's shoulders. Joe drops Truth, then Rey leaps at Joe but Joe catches him. Andrade dropkicks both Joe & Rey down. Andrade hits a flying corkscrew plancha on Joe & Truth at ringside, then Rey goes from the top rope down to the floor with a hurricanrana on Andrade. Zelina Vega comes over and kicks Truth, then Carmella comes over and beats on Zelina. Meanwhile in the ring, Joe hits a side suplex on Rey, but Truth breaks up the pin. Truth beats on Joe while Andrade hits a DDT on Rey. Andrade then hits the running knee to Joe, then Truth hits some running shoulder blocks on Andrade. Truth hits a spinebuster on Joe and then he back suplexes Andrade onto Joe. Truth does the Five Knuckle Shuffle to Joe as Andrade rolled out of the way. Truth kicks Andrade and then hits the scissor kick on him, but Joe breaks up the pin. Truth kicks Joe and goes for the scissor kick on him, but Joe dodges it and throws Truth into the ring post. Rey gets back in the ring and drops Joe on the middle rope and hits the 619. Rey goes for a frogsplash, but Joe rolls out of the way. Joe puts Rey in the Coquina Clutch and Rey passes out. The referee calls for the bell. Winner & Still The WWE United States Champion: Samoa Joe
After the match, Joe stands tall and takes the title as his music hits. We see the others trying to recover as the referee checks on Rey in the ring. We go to replays. Joe marches up the ramp and stops to raise the title.
WWE Hall Of Famer Beth Phoenix joins the commentary booth for The WWE Women’s Tag Team Title Match, which is coming up next.
We then head back to the ring for the next match of the main show.
The Boss 'N' Hug Connection (Sasha Banks & Bayley) (c) vs. The Samoan Slaughterhouse (Nia Jax & Tamina Snuka): The WWE Women’s Tag Team Titles are on the line in this one. It's all Nia & Tamina in the opening moments of this one as they take turns beating down Bayley. Bayley finally gets the tag and she hits a flying top-rope cross body on Tamina. Sasha follows up with some strikes for a two count. Sasha knocks Nia off the apron and the distraction leads to Tamina throwing Sasha down to the mat. Nia tags in for the double team Samoan Drop. Nia botches the Samoan Drop, but she picks Sasha back up and hits it this time. Sasha tags in Bayley and Bayley dumps Tamina outside and then hits Nia with some strikes. Tamina & Nia both miss shots on Bayley and hit the ring post. Sasha tags in and hits a flying knee strike on Nia in the ring. Sasha then hits a suicide dive on Nia & Tamina at ringside. Nia kind-of catches Sasha and they get up and Tamina holds Sasha up too. Bayley then hits a suicide dive on them at ringside. Back in the ring, Sasha hits the double knees on Nia, then Bayley hits a flying elbow drop on her, but Tamina breaks up the pin. Tamina drops Sasha now, then Bayley hits a neckbreaker on Tamina. Nia picks up Bayley, but Bayley rolls her into a pin for the three count. Winners & Still The WWE Women's Tag Team Champions: The Boss 'N' Hug Connection (Sasha Banks & Bayley)
After the match, Jax & Snuka immediately attack the champions. They toss them out of the ring to the floor. Snuka knocks Bayley back with a superkick to the face. Jax launches Banks over one of the announce tables. Jax & Snuka stand tall as fans boo them. Phoenix backs up and turns around to Snuka staring her down. They have words as fans cheer. Phoenix drops Snuka with a forearm. Jax comes from behind and drops Phoenix. Jax & Snuka double team Phoenix. Jax brings Phoenix into the ring and runs the ropes for a big leg drop in the middle of the ring. Snuka goes to the top for a splash on Phoenix but Natalya runs down to make the save for her longtime friend. The double team catches up as Natalya gets beat down as well. Officials hit the ring to get Snuka & Jax out. Phoenix & Natalya are down as referees check on them. Fans boo as Jax & Snuka back up the ramp with smiles on their faces. We go to replays. Jax & Snuka stare at the ring from the stage as Phoenix & Natalya recover.
We then get a video package for The WWE Title Match.
We then get the entrances for The WWE Title match, which is coming up next and find out that there is still going to be a third man and it is none other than Mustafa Ali.
Daniel Bryan (c) vs. Kevin Owens vs. Mustafa Ali (Triple Threat Match): The WWE Title is on the line in this one. The crowd chants for Kofi as the match starts. The opening bell sounds and Owens & Ali seem to form a temporary alliance to dump Daniel Bryan outside early on. Owens & Ali then go at it and Owens dumps Ali outside. Owens hits a flying cannonball on Ali on the floor, then he hits a cannonball on Bryan up against the fan barricade. Back in the ring, Bryan drops Owens and then kicks Ali off the apron down to the fan barricade. Bryan connects with kicks and chops on Owens in the corner now. Ali gets back in the apron and Bryan beats on him until Ali dodges a shot and hits a facebuster. Ali follows up with chops to the chest, but Bryan fights back with a lariat. All three men fight into the corner now and Ali crotches Bryan on the top rope, then he hits a reverse hurricanrana on Owens. Ali goes up top with Bryan and hits a standing Spanish fly on him. Owens hits the Stunner on Ali for a two count. Owens & Bryan brawl now and Owens hits the Pop Up Powerbomb on him for a two count. Ali drops Owens now as Bryan rolls out to the apron. Ali goes up top and hits a 450 splash on Bryan from the top rope to the apron. Ali pins but Rowan pulls Bryan out for the save. Rowan gets on the apron and Ali & Owens both hit superkicks on him and then a double superkick and Rowan falls out to ringside. Ali then leaps from the apron with a hurricanrana on Rowan. Owens then goes flying with a suicide dive on Rowan. Bryan then takes out Owens and he rolls Owens back in the ring. Ali ends up hitting a flying tornado DDT on Bryan from the apron down to the ringside floor. Owens grabs Ali and powerbombs him into the apron. Before Owens can get back in the ring, Rowan hits a spinning kick on Owens, then throws him over the barricade. Rowan throws Bryan back in the ring and he covers Ali for a two count. Bryan shouts at Ali that he doesn't deserve to be here and they trade strikes. Ali springboards off the middle rope, but Bryan hits a flying knee to the face in mid-air for the three count. Winner & Still The WWE Champion: "The New" Daniel Bryan
After the match, Rowan brings The WWE Title into the ring and helps Bryan up as the music hits. They stand tall and we go to replays. Bryan raises the title and then points to Ali as the music stops. Rowan grabs Ali and chokeslams him into the mat. Rowan stands over Ali and helps Bryan back up as the music starts back up.
Commentary then promotes The WWE Network a little bit.
We then get a video package for the next match.
We then head back to the ring for the next match of the main show.
Becky Lynch vs. Charlotte Flair (If Becky Lynch wins, then she will be added to The RAW Women's Title Match at WWE WrestleMania 35): Charlotte starts off with kicks to Becky's bad knee. Becky fights back with right hands and Charlotte goes back to Becky's bad knee. Becky starts to fight back again, but Charlotte once again goes for the bad leg. Charlotte takes her down and puts her in a Boston crab. Charlotte continues to work over Becky's bad knee. Becky tries to fight back, but Charlotte shuts her down and hits a suplex. Charlotte takes Becky out to ringside and slams her into the fan barricade, then takes her back in the ring. Charlotte stomps on Becky then goes to the top rope. Charlotte reaches the top, then Becky shoves her down to the ringside floor and Charlotte crashes into the barricade. Charlotte gets back in the ring to go at it with Becky. Charlotte catches Becky in the Figure Four, but then Ronda Rousey runs down to the ring. Ronda punches Becky, then gets in Senior Official Charles Robinson's face. Robinson calls for the bell. Winner via DQ: Becky Lynch
After the match, the referee calls for the bell as Flair gets to her feet. Rousey looks on as Rome announces Becky as the winner by disqualification, also confirming her WrestleMania 35 spot. Rousey smirks at Flair and makes her exit, heading up the ramp. Rousey stops and points back at the WrestleMania 35 sign as Becky sits up in the corner, realizing what just happened and smiling. Flair isn't thrilled. Becky gets to her feet in the corner as her music hits.
Elias is in the ring once again to sing us a song and this time it is about how he is not a fan of Becky Lynch. Lacey Evans then comes out and walks down the ramp and back up as per usual. As she leaves, Orton hits an RKO out of nowhere on Elias. Fans go wild as Orton stands over Elias. AJ Styles suddenly leaps from the apron and hits Orton with a Phenomenal Forearm. AJ Styles' music hits as the segment comes to a close.
WWE Intercontinental Champion Finn Balor vs. Bobby Lashley is confirmed for Monday's RAW.
We then get a video package for the next match which is tonight's main event.
We then head back to the ring for the main event of the main show.
The Shield (Roman Reigns, Seth Rollins & Dean Ambrose) vs. Bobby Lashley, Baron Corbin & Drew McIntyre: Seth & Bobby start off and Lashley quickly turns the tides into his team's corner and tags in Corbin, who continues the offense on Rollins. Rollins fights back with a kick and a facebuster. Ambrose & Drew tag in now and go at it. Ambrose backs Drew into the corner with strikes and Rollins tags back in for a flying forearm shot. Reigns tags in and hits a flying clothesline on Drew for a two count. Drew rolls outside to regroup. Back in the ring, Rollins tags in and Drew drops him with a kick. Lashley tags in and continues the offense on Rollins, then Corbin comes in and works over Rollins on the mat. Drew tags in and looks for a powerbomb on Rollins, but Rollins reverses into a hurricanrana. Ambrose gets the tag and cleans house, then dumps Drew outside and hits a dive on him. Back in the ring, Lashley runs in and hits a spear on Dean. Drew pins but Reigns breaks up the pin. The heel take turns beating on Dean now and stop him from tagging in the other Shield members. Dean finally breaks free and Reigns gets the tag. Corbin tags in too. Reigns cleans house and hits a flying clothesline on Corbin. Reigns hits a big boot on Corbin, then Ambrose & Rollins take out McIntyre & Lashley. They hit dives on McIntyre & Lashley at ringside, then Reigns throws Corbin outside. Reigns looks for a dive on Corbin, but Corbin runs back in the ring and hits the Deep 6 on Reigns. Lashley & Drew take out Rollins in the timekeeper's area, then Dean leaps off the announce table on to Bobby & Drew. Back in the ring, Reigns & Corbin trade right hands. Corbin hits a chokeslam for a two count. Ambrose & Rollins brawl with McIntyre & Lashley into the crowd and near the Kickoff Show set. Meanwhile back in the ring, Reigns comes back with a powerbomb on Corbin for a two count. While everyone else brawls back to the ringside area, Corbin hits the End of Days on Reigns. Corbin pins, but Rollins breaks up the pin just in time. They fight back out to ringside and Lashley looks for a chokeslam on Rollins through the table, but Reigns saves it with a Superman punch on Lashley. Reigns then spears Corbin as Rollins & Ambrose beat on Drew. The Shield then hits the triple powerbomb on McIntyre through a table. They get back in the ring and they all beat on Corbin, then they hit the triple powerbomb on Corbin for the three count. Winners: The Shield (Roman Reigns, Seth Rollins & Dean Ambrose)
After the match, The Shield stands tall together as their music hits. We go to replays. We come back to Cole talking about saluting The Shield for the last time as Ambrose's future is up in the air. Ambrose, Rollins & Reigns do the Shield style fist bump in the middle of the ring as WWE Fastlane goes off the air.