WWE Fastlane will feature Seth Rollins versus Shinsuke Nakamura.
- WWE.COM is should be credited.Iyo Sky defending the WWE Women’s Championship against Asuka and Charlotte Flair, the Judgment Day defending the Undisputed WWE Tag Team Championships against Cody Rhodes and Jey Uso, and Shinsuke Nakamura challenging Seth Rollins for the WWE World Heavyweight Championship were all announced at WWE Fastlane.
- The anticipation for Jade Cargill’s debut is growing, so she made an appearance in a backstage segment to welcome Triple H. The Indianapolis throng gave Cargill a thunderous applause.
- The initial match’s victory by Rhodes and Uso for the Tag Titles led to further strife among the Judgment Day, and ultimately, the Bloodline.
- When Pat McAfee made a brief cameo appearance during John Cena and LA Knight’s match against The Bloodline, he hinted that WrestleMania will take place in Indianapolis. Pat McAfee then provided guest commentary for the event.
- 1.51 million people watched this week’s WWE Raw program. 2.192 million people watched SmackDown overnight, according to the ratings.
- Cody Rhodes and Jey Uso win the tag team titles in the WWE Fastlane 2023 results.
- Results from October 6, 2023’s WWE SmackDown: Winners and Grades
- WWE’s 2023 Fastlane Five Astute Booking Decisions and John Cena’s Victory
WWE Fastlane 2023 Results | October 7:
- Iyo Sky defeats Asuka and Charlotte Flair for the WWE Women’s Title;
- Cody Rhodes and Jey Uso defeat The Judgment Day for the WWE Undisputed Tag Titles.
- LWO and Carlito defeat Bobby Lashley and the Street Profits; John Cena and LA Knight defeat The Bloodline.
- Shinsuke Nakamura was defeated by Seth Rollins in the WWE World Championship’s Last Man Standing match.
- Gainbridge Fieldhouse in Indianapolis, Indiana, will host the WWE Fastlane in 2023. 12,928 tickets have already been distributed for the event, and 30 more tickets are still available.
- The Tuesday Night War Between NXT and AEW | Pro Wrestling Bits.
Winners and grades for the 2023 WWE Fastlane
- Cody Rhodes and Jey Uso’s “The Judgment Day”
- I was surprised Cody Rhodes didn’t exactly match Jey Uso’s new clothing, which included blue tights.
- When Michael Cole brought up the fact that Finn Balor and Cody Rhodes were both previous leaders of the Bullet Club, roughly 13 Redditors blushed.
- Micael Cole made a point of highlighting how significant Jey Uso’s spear was given Roman Reigns’ impending comeback after Jey Uso struck it with a spear.
- In order to decide whether or not he would later cash in the Money in the Bank briefcase, Damian Priest sold his leg throughout the whole match.
- Including a briefcase shot from Rhea Ripley, Jey kicked out of everything. In the end, Jey Uso and Cody Rhodes successfully executed a modified 1D with a Cody Cutter to secure the victory.
- Cody Rhodes and Jey Uso vs. Kevin Owens and Sami Zayn is going to be a fantastic feud up until Cody Rhodes is prepared to wrap up his tale at WrestleMania.
Street Profits, Carlito Def., LWO, and Lashley
- Despite the absence of red cups, The Street Profits kept performing with their babyface theme. Until they start playing trap music, I won’t think they’ve acquired a killing instinct.
- Similar to the well-known Bash at the Beach match between NWO and WCW, this one was mostly a two-on-three contest.
- When it was revealed that the third man was Carlito, he did so to a new theme song but with the same enormous amount of attention that he had in Puerto Rico.
- Carlito defeated the Street Profits easily, taking home the victory. While it’s great to see Carlito back, I truly hope Bobby Lashley won’t abandon the Street Profits.
“Iyo Sky Def.” Asuka as well as Charlotte Flair
- From Pizza Hut to Slim Jim, product placement was there throughout the entire program. Even some of these parts felt like in-show advertising, in addition to the ones on WWE Fastlane.
- Like WWE Backlash, the public did not support Charlotte but instead supported Iyo Sky.
- Bayley fell, and it appeared that Bayley would cost Iyo the match.
- Instead, Bayley worked to keep Iyo Sky. Iyo was thrilled to have Bayley involved and instructed her to remain in the back. In Damage CTRL, everything is now fine.“NICK SABAN, HEAD COACH OF ALABAMA’S FOOTBALL TEAM, ON THE DEFEAT BY TEXAS: “IT ALL STARTS WITH ME.”
Grade: B+ for Women’s Triple Threat
John Cena and the LA Knight Def. The Line of Blood
- Michael Cole was (again) genuinely shocked when Pat McAfee showed up unexpectedly. In a jab at “hatin’ ass” Corey Graves, McAfee dubbed Cole the best player of all time.
- As he approached the commentary booth, McAfee continued to hint at an Indianapolis WrestleMania.
- If anyone was wondering, the answer is that LA Knight’s popularity exceeded that of John Cena.
- Compared to Jimmy Uso, who is practically dressed in street clothing, Jey Uso’s streetwear is considerably better.
- When John Cena eventually made the tag, it set up an explosion pop and a hot tag from LA Knight after The Bloodline had laboriously worked to create heat on him.
- There was a Pavlovian “this is awesome” chant by the time LA Knight’s comeback was through because all four stars were on the floor.
- LA Knight offered to raise his hand following the match, but John Cena politely declined and did so.
Shinsuke Nakamura is opposed by Seth Rollins.
- In a behind-the-scenes episode, a bruised Damian Priest consented not to exercise his right to withdraw from the Money in the Bank contract, even giving Mami the purple suitcase as if he were her son.
- Fans wouldn’t have to wonder why Priest missed out on such a great opportunity if he didn’t make a profit if he didn’t cash in on the segment, which was absolutely important.
- These two were going to have plenty of time since the main event entrances didn’t begin until around 7:15 p.m. local time.
- Intricate robes were worn to the ring by Shinsuke Nakamura and Seth Rollins alike.
- Fans never truly get into Last Man Standing games until after a time. Usually lengthy, they contain a lot of counting. However, when more weapons were used, the audience became more engaged.
- I wanted to see Shinsuke Nakamura win the world title because of how skilled he was with nunchucks when he brought them out.
- The match’s MVP was Michael Cole, who pleaded with Seth Rollins to stop playing risky sports and risk a back injury that would ruin his career. Cole once remarked to Graves, “you’ve known this man for ten years, talk some damn sense into him,” as Rollins was atop the ladder.
- Seth Rollins fell through a table after Shinsuke blew crimson mist in his face from the top of a ladder.
- The last portion of the game resembled a brutal battle. When playing the replay, do they do so in black and white?
- While in the crowd, Rollins kept the opponent at bay by firing a Falcon Arrow through a table. A fantastic main event, it was.
- Grade for Seth Rollins vs. Shinsuke Nakamura: A