Four WWE titles will be put on the line Sunday night at Fastlane with less than a month left to go until WrestleMania 33.
After tonight, WWE fans should have a clearer picture of what is to come at the biggest show of the year, but a number of questions remain? Who will head to Orlando as the Universal Champion? Can Charlotte keep her pay-per-view streak alive? Who is Roman Reigns in line to face at WrestleMania?
Here are our predictions for WWE Fastlane (8:00 p.m., WWE Network):
Kickoff show: Akira Tozawa and Rich Swann vs. The Brian Kendrick and Noam Dar
Since the 205 Live era began, no cruiserweight has been able to connect with Raw crowds as quickly as Akira Tozawa, who has been the victim of repeated assaults from Kendrick since refusing the vet's offer to become his protege.
Kendrick has had the upper hand in recent weeks on Raw, but it's always a good bet to pick the crowd favorites in a kickoff show match.
Pick: Tozawa and Swann
Gallows and Anderson vs. Enzo and Cass for the Raw Tag Team Championship
Although Enzo and Cass seem to have surpassed The New Day to become the most popular tag team in WWE, it's generally not a good idea to bet on them to win. While Enzo is brilliant on the microphone, he's generally a huge liability in the ring - which often plays out in every match featuring the duo (a good chunk of Enzo's offense involves him being hurled around by Cass, and very few stars get pummeled by bigger opponents as often as Amore).
Enzo and Cass as champions would be a popular move, but having Gallows and Anderson's reign end so soon would be a huge hit to their credibility (which was already shaky after multiple handicap matches with Roman Reigns). I think The Club holds on for at least another month.
Pick: Gallows and Anderson
Nia Jax vs. Sasha Banks
Its been a weird month for Sasha Banks. Back at the Royal Rumble, the three-time Raw Women's Champion was crushed by Nia Jax in five minutes in what felt like a squash match against local talent.
A few weeks later on Raw, Banks had another epic match with her longtime rival Charlotte that reminded you she's arguably the best talent on the roster. Banks now finds herself in more of a supporting role with her best friend Bayley holding the title, but that could soon change depending on the results Sunday night.
I'm picking Nia Jax to beat Banks again, mostly because of what could potentially happen later in the show.
Pick: Nia Jax
Neville vs. Jack Gallagher for the Cruiserweight Championship
Unless Jack Gallagher is able to use his umbrella as a weapon without being disqualified, the King of the Cruiserweights will stay the king heading to Orlando.
Samoa Joe vs. Sami Zayn
In just a few short weeks since debuting the night after the Royal Rumble, Samoa Joe has potentially taken Seth Rollins out of WrestleMania 33, attacked Zayn and beaten Cesaro in a one-on-one match. This match is more of a toss-up than most on the card, but we're going with the "new guy on the roster momentum" that Joe is carrying into WrestleMania.
Pick: Samoa Joe
Roman Reigns vs. Braun Strowman
Roman Reigns has twice tried to take out Braun Strowman after his matches in recent weeks on Raw, and both times Reigns ended up taking a running powerslam from Strowman. Last Monday, Reigns even speared Strowman through a barricade, only for Strowman to recover and throw Reigns into the turnbuckle so hard that it broke off the post.
Strowman has been the last man standing in all of these encounters as WWE has attempted to make The Big Dog look like The Underdog, but I find it hard to believe that the new face of WWE will head into the biggest show of the year on a loss.
(Side note: If the longshot Undertaker vs. Roman Reigns WrestleMania match is happening, Sunday night would be a good time to set the table.)
Pick: Roman Reigns
Bayley vs. Charlotte for the Raw Women's Championship
If Charlotte is wrestling in a singles match on a pay-per-view, she doesn't lose. This has been the case since July of 2015, and it would be stunning if Flair's pay-per-view streak was snapped just a few weeks before WrestleMania, as WWE could use it to promote whatever match she's a part of.
That doesn't mean that Bayley has to lose her championship, though. Barring a surprise NXT debut, there are only four women on the Raw roster likely to take part in WrestleMania (Bayley, Sasha, Charlotte and Nia Jax) - either in a tag match or, preferably, a Fatal Four Way with the title on the line.
I don't expect this match to end cleanly (a Bayley win would snap the streak, while a Charlotte win would likely not go over well with fans), but instead with Nia Jax interfering as a way to show that she wants a place in the title picture.
Pick: No contest
Kevin Owens vs. Goldberg for the Universal Championship
Goldberg will have the opportunity to become one of the oldest World Champions in WWE history if he beats Kevin Owens just a few weeks before what should be his final meeting with Brock Lesnar at WrestleMania 33.
As of Sunday afternoon, Lesnar vs. Goldberg is the biggest announced match on the WrestleMania card - although the hype for the match is somewhat dampened by the fact that we've seen it before (twice). Adding the Universal Championship to the mix would raise the stakes considerably.
Another wildcard Sunday is Chris Jericho, who we haven't seen since Owens destroyed him after the Festival of Friendship. It's expected that Owens will face Jericho in a month at WrestleMania, so he could play some role in the outcome.
I don't think the match will be over in two minutes, but judging by how strong Goldberg has looked since his comeback, it'd be hard to explain him losing Sunday.