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Roman Reigns pinned Dean Ambrose in the main event of Fastlane. Getty

The main event for WrestleMania 32 has been established following WWE Fastlane 2016 on Sunday night. Not only was it determined that Roman Reigns will face Triple H for the WWE World Heavyweight Championship, but a few other matches were set up by the results of the most recent pay-per-view.

Reigns defeated Brock Lesnar and Dean Ambrose in a triple threat match at Fastlane to become the No.1 contender for the WWE World Heavyweight Championship. Ambrose prevented Lesnar from getting the victory, and the two wrestlers could be headed for a match at WrestleMania 32.

Prior to Fastlane, it looked like Lesnar would take on Bray Wyatt at WrestleMania 32. But that may no longer be the case, considering The Wyatt Family lost on Sunday night.

No titles changed hands at Sunday’s PPV, and The New Day had and in-ring segment with Edge and Christian. Below are the complete results for Fastlane, including a quick recap of every match.

Brock Lesnar vs. Roman Reigns vs. Dean Ambrose (WWE World Heavyweight Championship No.1 Contender Match)

Lesnar was his usual, dominant self in the beginning of the match, eventually hitting 10 supplexes on Reigns and Ambrose. The former Shield members were able to neutralize Lesnar for much of the second half of the match, putting him through two announce tables with powerbombs. Reigns and Ambrose battled in the ring, but Lesnar wasn’t gone for long, getting Reigns in the Kimura Lock. After Ambrose broke the hold by hitting both men with a chair, Reigns was able to hit Ambrose with a Spear and get the pinfall.

Winner: Roman Reigns

Kevin Owens vs. Dolph Ziggler (Intercontinental Championship Match)

The match went as expected, and it was one of the most entertaining on the card. Owens had the advantage early, highlighted by an Irish Whip that sent Ziggler flying into the turnbuckle, shaking up The Showoff. Both wrestlers exchanged superkicks, and Owens was able to hit a Pop-Up Powerbomb for the win when Ziggler whiffed on his final attempt.

Winner: Kevin Owens

Charlotte vs. Brie Bella (Divas Championship Match)

Brie had a chance to win the match, but injuring her leg early on would come back to bite her. The Bella Twin locked in the “Yes! Lock” on Charlotte, followed by a half Boston crab. But Charlotte was able to kick out and send Brie flying into the corner, as Brie couldn’t maintain the submission because of her leg injury. Charlotte won with her Figure Eight Leglock.

Winner: Charlotte

Chris Jericho vs. AJ Styles

The rubber match between Jericho and Styles was even better than their first two matches. It looked like Jericho might have had Styles beat on a few occasions, locking in the Wall of Jericho, and eventually hitting a Code Breaker on his opponent. But Styles was able to reach for the ropes on both occasions, keeping his hopes alive. Styles won by hitting the Styles Clash, which Jericho kicked out of, followed by the Calf Crusher. It looked like Jericho might attack Styles after the final bell rang, but the two men shook hands after the match was finished.

Winner: AJ Styles

Big Show, Kane & Ryback vs. The Wyatt Family (Six-Man Tag Team Match)

In maybe the biggest upset of the night, the babyfaces were able to defeat the team of Luke Harper, Erick Rowan and Braun Strowman. Bray was ringside during the match, but he was taken out by Kane towards the end. That allowed Ryback to hit Harper with his Shell Shock finisher.

Winner: Big Show, Kane & Ryback

Sasha Banks & Becky Lynch vs. Naomi & Tamina

Sasha countered Tamina with a Bank Statement to get the win, and Becky Lynch put Naomi in the Dis-arm-her to prevent her from breaking up the submission. It was a good match, and it’s likely leading towards a triple threat match for the Divas Championship at WrestleMania 32.

Winner: Sasha Banks & Becky Lynch

Kalisto vs. Alberto Del Rio (United States Championship Kickoff Match)

Kalisto retained the title by winning a two-out-of-three falls match on the pre-show. Del Rio lost the first fall by DQ after hitting the champ with a chair, but that allowed him to pick up a victory just seconds later. Kalisto won the third and final fall with a roll up.

Winner: Kalisto

Curtis Axel vs. R-Truth

Axel won in an unadvertised match with The Social Outcasts standing ringside. Goldust came to the ring to help R-Truth, but he inadvertently cost him the match.

Winner: Curtis Axel