Watch Online Largest PPV WWE Fastlane 2021 airs this Sunday at 7 p.m. ET. The wrestling event is the last major WWE match before WrestleMania 37 kicks off April 10. The final pay-per-view for WrestleMania 37 is Fastlane, and it could have a significant impact on the biggest show of the year. 2021 WWE Fastlane card, matches, date, start time, match card, venue, rumors Everything you need to know prior to the event serving as the last PPV stop on the Road to WrestleMania
WWE Fastlane 2021: Date, Time, Match Ticket, Live Stream and Broadcast Channel. When and where to watch WWE Fastlane 2021
While it’s easy to overlook Fastlane with such a massive event on the horizon, the results of Sunday’s pay-per-view matter, and they could play a part in shaping the WrestleMania 37- card, especially if there is a title change.
The likely main event of Roman Reigns vs. Daniel Bryan for the Universal Championship has the biggest bet, as a win at Bryan could turn WrestleMania upside down by Reigns vs. Edge to turn into Bryan vs. Edge or possibly a Triple Threat.
Ahead of the last major event for WrestleMania, here’s a rundown of the Fastlane map, complete with a look at some of the biggest matches to keep an eye on.
Where: WWE ThunderDome at Tropicana Field in St. Petersburg, Florida
When: Sunday, March 21 at 7 p.m. ET (Kickoff Show starts at 6 p.m. ET)
Check out: WWE Network of Peacock
WWE Fastlane 2021 Match Card
Universal Championship: Roman Reigns (c) vs. Daniel Bryan (Edge as a special guest enforcer)
Tag team championships ladies: Shayna Baszler and Nia Jax (c) against Sasha Banks and Bianca Belair
Intercontinental Championship: Big E (c) vs. Apollo Crews
No Game Blocked: Drew McIntyre vs. Sheamus
Randy Orton v Alexa Bliss
United States Championship: Riddle (c) vs. Mustafa Ali
Shinsuke Nakamura vs Seth Rollins
Braun Strowman to Shane McMahon
Top Fastlane matches to watch
Roman rules against Daniel Bryan
In terms of the stakes and potential match quality, no match on the Fastlane map compares to the Universal title match between Roman Reigns and Daniel Bryan.
The story between them was captivating, especially since Reigns is a dominant heel, while Bryan is the ultimate underdog baby face.
An added element is the presence of Edge, who won the Royal Rumble and chose Reigns as his WrestleMania opponent.
While Edge is a baby-faced, he doesn’t agree with Bryan jumping in line for him, especially since he and Bryan have similar stories of returning from what seemed like a career-ending injury.
It’s hard to imagine Reigns dropping the Universal Championship so close to WrestleMania, but the way the finish line goes down could provide some insight into what the WrestleMania main event will look like.
With the possibility of both Edge and Uso interfering, Bryan may be unfairly kicked out of the win, leading to Reigns vs. Edge Reigns vs. Edge vs. Bryan is listed at WrestleMania.
Randy Orton v Alexa Bliss
A tech masterclass is unlikely to break out when Randy Orton faces Alexa Bliss at Fastlane, but there’s no question that it presents some intriguing scenarios.
Orton has been arguing with “The Fiend” Bray Wyatt for months, but The Fiend hasn’t been seen since December when Orton burned him alive after their Firefly Inferno Match at TLC.
With The Fiend gone, Bliss has stepped in and is Orton’s main rival. The physicality between them was limited, but not completely non-existent.
All signs point to The Fiend vs. Orton in a Firefly Funhouse match at WrestleMania 37, an exciting concept considering how well received last year’s Firefly Funhouse match between The Fiend and John Cena.
Big E vs. Apollo Crews
Reigns vs. Bryan is the singles title match most fans are talking about getting into Fastlane, but Big E vs. Apollo Crews for the Intercontinental Championship has sleeper potential in its own right.
The rivalry between Big E and Crews has heated up enormously in recent weeks since Crews was pushed over the edge and heel turned.
Big E returned a few weeks earlier than Fastlane and was once again on the receiving end of an attack by the crew, which only served to add heat to their feud and contest.
Fastlane 2021 is the first WWE pay-per-view event to be streamed on Peacock Premium, the soon-to-be-exclusive home for all WWE Network content. You can sign up for Peacock Premium for $ 5 per month. Fastlane is also the last pay-per-view to be available on WWE Network before the service closes in the US on April 5.
Fastlane 2021 will take place in St. Petersburg, Florida, in front of a virtual WWE ThunderDome audience at Tropicana Field. Here’s how to watch all the action on March 21.
How to watch WWE Fastlane 2021
WWE Fastlane 2021 will air on both Peacock Premium and WWE Network on March 21 at 7pm ET. The event kicks off with a pre-show at 6 p.m. ET.
Peacock Premium costs $ 5 per month for streaming with ads. If you’re not a fan of ads, you can get a Peacock Premium Plus subscription for $ 10 a month. If you are a Comcast Xfinity X1 and Flex or Cox Contour subscriber, Peacock Premium is already included for free with your cable package.
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