The road to Wrestlemania makes its final stop this Sunday as the WWE host its annual pay-per-view event, Fastlane.
The SmackDown exclusive event takes place at the Nationwide Arena in Columbus, Ohio and will be the fourth event under the Fastlane chronology.
Six matches have been confirmed for the card so far, including:
Six-Pack Challenge for the WWE Title
John Cena vs. Sami Zayn vs. Dolph Ziggler vs. Kevin Owens vs. Baron Corbin vs. AJ Styles
WWE United States Title Match
Randy Orton vs. Bobby Roode
SmackDown Tag Team Title Match
The New Day vs. The Usos
SmackDown Women’s Title Match
Ruby Riott vs. Charlotte Flair
Shinsuke Nakamura vs. Rusev
Carmella and Natalya vs. Becky Lynch and Naomi
It starts at 12am on Sky Sports Box Office channel 491 and in HD on 492.
Sky viewers can book using their Sky TV remote by pressing the ‘Box office’ button and following on-screen instructions; by calling 03442 410 888 (Republic of Ireland – 0818 220 225); or by visiting sky.com/boxoffice.
The event will be repeated on Sky Sports Box Office (channel 491) BUT NOT Sky Sports HD Box Office (492) between 10am on Monday 12 March, and 2am on Thursday 15 March.
The event is priced at £14.95 for UK customers, €21.95 for viewers in the Republic of Ireland.
The event will also be streamed live on the WWE Network, which is availalbe for £9.99 a month. New subscribers can start a 30-day free trial here.
** PLEASE NOTE: Due to daylight saving time in the USA, the event will start at 12am UK time as the East Coast will be four hours behind instead of five.
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