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MMA - Mar 6, 2018

See who comes out on top in WWE Fastlane

Tune in to Sportsnet Pay Per View on March 11: there’ll be plenty of twists and turns in the ring en route to WrestleMania 34

WWE Fastlane Sunday, March 11 at 8 p.m. ET on Sportsnet PPV channels 348 (HD)/350 (SD)

Just like the potholes lining city streets following a winter thaw, the road to WrestleMania 34 in April is fraught with an unpredictable series of bumps and bruises. The final Pay Per View test for the superstars of the SmackDown roster takes place at WWE Fastlane on Sunday, March 11, at Nationwide Arena in Columbus, Ohio.

The night’s main event will be a Six-Pack Challenge Match for the WWE Championship, headlined by the reigning champ, “The Phenomenal” AJ Styles. A late entrant to the match was 16-time World Champion John Cena, and you can be sure he'll do anything to add another title to his historic résumé. Also looking to take the strap from the champ are Kevin Owens and Sami Zayn, who will both be attempting to avenge their controversial loss to Styles in a handicap match at the Royal Rumble. Joining the chaos will be Baron “The Lone Wolf” Corbin and “The Showoff“ himself, Dolph Ziggler.

The SmackDown Tag Team Championship will be up for grabs when three-time champions Jey and Jimmy Uso put their titles on the line against The New Day, featuring the high-flying Kofi Kingston, Big E and Xavier Woods. The Usos have owned the belts since defeating The New Day at Hell in a Cell last October.

Without the devious Riott Squad by her side, challenger Ruby Riott will need to keep her head on a swivel when she faces SmackDown champion Charlotte Flair for the women’s title. The Queen has spent months torturing the members of the Riott Squad for their outnumbered attack on her at SmackDown Live in January.

As tensions have continued to rise between the two men over the past few weeks, U.S. champion Bobby Roode will have his hands full with the dangerous Randy Orton in singles action. It’s no secret the "Apex Predator" would like nothing more than to leave Columbus with Roode’s championship belt around his waist heading into WrestleMania 34.

Watch WWE Fastlane à la carte for $54.99. Or order a WWE Network subscription for $12.99/mo. (Channel 512 Ontario/398 Atlantic) through your remote (minimum one-month commitment, includes all monthly PPVs, plus SVOD access and the WWE Network App for 1,000-plus hours of WWE content).