Roman Reigns vs Daniel Bryan finish at WWE Fastlane teases major WrestleMania 37 change of plans after Edge shocker
ROMAN REIGNS may be set to defend the Universal Championship in a Triple Threat Match at WrestleMania 37 against Edge and Daniel Bryan after Fastlane's ending.
Reigns retained his title after defeating Bryan in the main event of Sunday's WWE pay-per-view show but his victory was riddled in controversy because of the special guest enforcer.
The challenger inadvertently knocked the referee out with a Running Knee during the closing stages of the bout and that led to Edge getting involved and taking over as the official.
Bryan put The Head of the Table in the YES Lock but the Universal Champion's cousin Jey Uso interfered and delivered a Superkick on both the No1 contender and Edge.
The YES Man retaliated and took Uso out with a series of chair shots but one of them missed Reigns' family member and hit The Rated-R Superstar instead.
Bryan got the YES Lock back on and The Tribal Chief tapped out but Edge didn't take kindly to the previous chair shot and delivered one of his own to both performers.
That led to Reigns covering the five-time world champion and picking up a controversial victory while the Hall of Famer walked back to the dressing room in a state of fury.
This inconclusive ending hinted that nothing is over yet and all three men will put an end to their ongoing storyline at WrestleMania next month.
Plus, Edge appeared to have turned heel and if that's the case then Bryan is the only babyface left in this angle.
The publisher and editor of the Wrestling Observer Newsletter Dave Meltzer recently poured cold water on rumours regarding a potential Triple Threat Match at Mania.
Meltzer said: "Anything’s possible but I did ask about that and that was a 'no' a week ago. Not even a week ago, early mid-week."
But Fastlane's shock ending suggests otherwise ahead of WrestleMania, which will be a two-night event and will take place on April 10 and 11 at the Raymond James Stadium in Tampa, Florida.
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