Shane McMahon Announces Winner of Corbin vs. Ziggler Will Join Fastlane Title Match in Fatal 4 Way

Fans of WWE Smackdown Live who are getting tired of seeing some variation of AJ Styles vs. Kevin Owens and Sami Zayn are in for some sweet relief at the upcoming Fastlane PPV. Smackdown Commissioner Shane McMahon has set a match between Baron Corbin and Dolph Ziggler for next week's episode of Smackdown Live, and the winner will go on to face Styles, Owens, and Zayn in a Fatal 4 Way match at Fastlane.

McMahon's announcement is the latest development in an ongoing feud between McMahon and Smackdown General Manager Daniel Bryan which we're hoping will ultimately see Bryan return to the ring to wrestle McMahon at WrestleMania. McMahon and Bryan have been at odds over the career trajectory of Owens and Zayn since Bryan intervened to prevent McMahon from firing them after Zayn helped Owens defeat McMahon at Hell in a Cell. On the last episode of Smackdown Live, McMahon even accused Bryan, who is not allowed to wrestle by WWE doctors, of living vicariously through Owens and Zayn.

Bryan set a Triple Threat match for Fastlane between Owens, Zayn, and champion Styles after a match between Owens and Zayn to determine who would face Styles ended in a no contest when Styles attacked both men. WWE may be gearing for a heel turn that sees Bryan openly side with Owens and Zayn, despite the fact that this would likely cause the crowd to cheer all three and boo McMahon. Hopefully, WWE has a Russo-level swerve planned that sees McMahon team up with Zayn and Owens to screw over Bryan, because with Roman Reigns set to defeat Brock Lesnar at WrestleMania, the crowd can only take so much.

Shane McMahon Announces Winner of Corbin vs. Ziggler Will Join Fastlane Title Match in Fatal 4 Way Shane McMahon Announces Winner of Corbin vs. Ziggler Will Join Fastlane Title Match in Fatal 4 Way

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