The professional wrestling world is in such good shape. It feels like there is an event every weekend. Well, it feels that way because there is. After WWE NXT No Mercy last Saturday, and AEW WrestleDream last Sunday, WWE will be hosting FastLane on Saturday.
WWE FastLane is live from Indianapolis, Indiana, as John Cena and LA Knight team up together while Seth Rollins defends the World Heavyweight Championship in a last-man-standing match. Not to mention, the Bloodline is back on the card but in different matches.
Along with these matches, there are three other title matches on the card as well, including several grudge matches.
With only a day left before WWE FastLane, let’s take a look at some of the betting favourites that are expected to emerge victorious in the night’s biggest bouts.
Around Full Press Wrestling
Wrestling News: CM Punk and Jack Perry Suspended Over All In Incident
CROSSBODY OF WORK: Crossbody of Work Episode 179: Big Show Part One – Giant Beginnings
CM Punk and Randy Orton Return To WWE as Momentum Swings
by Full Press Coverage on December 7, 2023 at 1:00 pm
WWE FastLane Odds via BetOnline:
- WWE World Heavyweight Championship: Seth Rollins (c) (-400) vs. Shinsuke Nakamura (+250)
You have to wonder if this is the main event of the evening though John Cena and LA Knight are on the card. So it is probably them. Now Nakamura and Rollins are having a gimmick rematch here at FastLane and these Last Man Standing matches are tough to watch. However, Rollins is nursing a back injury. Legit too. So there could be a chance the title could change, but the odds have Rollins retaining the title. But again, there has not been a solid Last Man Standing match in a while.
- LA Knight & John Cena (-5000) vs. Solo Sikoa & Jimmy Uso (+1000)
This probably is the main event, and boy, is LA Knight so over. Getting the rub by John Cena is huge too. This is a fun grudge match between the Bloodline, a legend of the business, and a guy who has made it on his own. Not to mention this makes sense as LA Knight made the save for Cena on Smackdown. Though these two had some odds, this a formidable team. Expect them to win. We also know Knight is getting a push to potentially work with Roman Reigns.
- WWE Women’s Championship Match: Iyo Sky (c) (-300) vs. Asuka (+400) vs. Charlotte Flair (+400)
This is going to be a fun triple-threat match. Iyo alone is worth the price of admission. And she and Asuka will be fun to see though eventually we should get a singles match on a PPV. Adding Charlotte to the mix gives this match a different dynamic. Again, these matches don’t favor the champion, but Iyo just won the title so we don’t expect her to drop it.
- WWE Undisputed Tag Team Titles: The Judgement Day(-300) vs. Cody Rhodes & Jey Uso (+200)
This will be a fun match. The history between Jey and Cody will be fun to watch. Can they trust each other? Remember Cody got Jey Uso to Raw, but nobody knows what the other end of the trade was. Judgement Day continues to dominate Raw and WWE. The Judgement Day finally won those tag team titles. You have to expect some interference in this match to allow Judgement Day to keep the titles.
- Bobby Lashley & Street Profits (-500) vs. LWO (+300)
There is a battle brewing between these two factions. LWO has the United States Championship thanks to Rey Mysterio, but they also have win over the Profits as well. But the LWO had enough of the post-match beatdowns by the Profits and Lashley. LWO challenged Lashley & the Street Profits to a match. Thus they are the underdogs and Lashley and the Street Profits are the favorites.
WWE FastLane happens Saturday, October 7th, live on Peacock.
CM Punk and Randy Orton Return To WWE as Momentum Swingsby Full Press Coverage on December 7, 2023 at 1:00 pm
Jim Biringer is back once again joined by Teddy Repantis as they discuss […]
AEW Full Gear 2023 Review and Roman Reigns Inflated Title Streakby Full Press Coverage on November 22, 2023 at 1:00 pm
Jim Biringer is back once again as he breaks down AEW Full Gear 2023. What […]
FPH Daily: Patrick Kane Signs, Wild Make Coaching Changeby Full Press Coverage on November 28, 2023 at 5:24 pm
Jim Biringer is back with a Full Press Hockey Daily looking at Patrick […]
12/4 - Chiefs/Packers, Patriots, and Week 13 Reactionsby Full Press Coverage on December 4, 2023 at 5:26 pm
Ian and John discuss the Packers win over the Chiefs, the Patriots […]