WWE cleverly crafted anticipation for February's Fastlane with just a week to go, bolstering a lone main event-quality match between The New Daniel Bryan and Kevin Owens with two or three other potential headliners as the Road To WrestleMania makes its final stop.
Roman Reigns' remission was a welcome surprise beyond Sports Entertainment bullsh*t but it hasn't half enhanced the booking too - Seth Rollins was forced to ponder the very preciousness of life itself before agreeing to team with Dean Ambrose in one more reformation of The Shield, whilst Becky Lynch had her latest last chance to main event WrestleMania agreed for the show thanks to all sorts of convoluted kayfabe-smashing craic.
There'd been all sorts of quality content on this very site about the show having something of a curse hanging over this pay-per-view since it's 2015 inception, but was the mood finally about to change thanks to the aforementioned inventiveness? Or was WWE's pay-per-view schedule going to remain as lethargic bloated as WWE Champion Daniel Bryan alleged his Challenger was before their surprise showdown?
Long before we'd even get all those answers, WWE changed the questions...
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