Drew McIntyre WWE Fastlane Spoiler Revealed

WWE Fastlane pay-per-view is right around the corner and apparently it is going to be an important event for Drew McIntyre. It has been reported that a match will be added featuring the Scottish Psychopath to put him back in the WWE Championship picture and eventually face Bobby Lashley at WrestleMania 37.



Drew McIntyre vs Sheamus in a stipulation match

It has been reported that the Fastlane event will see a huge Last Man Standing match on its card, which is already stacked up with several matches. It will also help to determine the WrestleMania card and lineup. Drew McIntyre involves in a fight with boxing star

Three matches have been confirmed on the card yet and as per the reports, one more match will be added that is going to be crucial one.

According to a report by Wrestling Observer, a Last Man Standing match between Drew McIntyre and Sheamus is in the development for the Fastlane event with the winner will become the No.1 contender for WWE Championship, currently held by Bobby Lashley at WrestleMania 37.

On this week’s edition of Monday Night Raw, Drew McIntyre had squared off in a bout against Sheamus Sheamus had attacked McIntyre from behind during an interview earlier in the show and McIntyre had asked for a No Disqualification match.

The match resulted in a no contest after they both collided with the steel steps in their hands and fell to the floor.

It is been speculated that a final match will take place bertween them to determine the challenger of Bobby Lashley for the WWE title. It is to be seen whether the match is added to the card as Fastlane approaches quickly.

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Here is what the card for Fastlane looks like so far:

WWE Tag Team Champions Nia Jax and Shayna Baszler vs. Sasha Banks and Bianca Belair
WWE Universal Champion Roman Reigns vs. Daniel Bryan
WWE Intercontinental Championship Big E vs. Apollo Crews

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