The final pay-per-view before WrestleMania is often uneventful, but that wasn’t the case with WWE Fastlane 2017. Sunday’s show marked the end of a few streaks in WWE, and it likely set up the match that will headline WrestleMania 33.

In just his second singles match since making his WWE return late last year, Goldberg became the top champion on “Monday Night Raw,” defeating Kevin Owens for the WWE Universal Championship in swift fashion. It had been 4,830 days since Goldberg last held a title in WWE, and he’ll go on to defend the belt against Brock Lesnar at WWE’s biggest PPV of the year.

Owens had held the title for 189 days before being squashed by Goldberg, suffering his first-ever pin in a world title match. Two other WWE superstars lost singles matches on PPV for the first time since joining the main roster.

Here are the complete results for every match of the WWE Fastlane 2017 card:

WWE Universal Champion Kevin Owens vs. Goldberg

After needing just 86 seconds to defeat Lesnar at Survivor Series, Goldberg took less than half that amount of time to win the WWE Universal Championship. Owens was distracted by a returning Chris Jericho, whose music hit as soon as the bell rang. One Spear, one Jackhammer and 22 seconds later, Goldberg was the new champ.

Winner: Goldberg

Roman Reigns vs. Braun Strowman

Strowman’s perfect record is no more, and it shouldn’t be much of a surprise that it’s Reigns who put an end to the undefeated streak. The former Shield member didn’t need to cheat or have any outside interference, hitting two Spears and surviving being put through the Spanish announcers’ table. Reigns was able to end the match with a Spear after Strowman unsuccessfully attempted a frog splash off the top rope, and it will almost certainly set up a match between Reigns and The Undertaker at WrestleMania 33.

Winner: Roman Reigns

Raw Women’s Champion Bayley vs. Charlotte Flair

The “Queen of PPV” finally lost on a Sunday night. After Bayley challenged Charlotte to face her one-on-one without any help from Dana Brooke, it was the champ that received help from another WWE superstar. Sasha Banks ran to the ring towards the end of the match, distracting Charlotte and even notifying the ref when the challenger tried to land a pinfall by grabbing Bayley’s tights. Bayley hit her Bayley-to-Bely for the win, but Sasha’s interference could mean she’s about to turn heel.

Winner: Bayley

Sami Zayn vs. Samoa Joe

It was the first match of the night and one of the best on the card. Zayn got his shots in and nearly landed a Helluva Kick for the win, but Joe continued to look dominant, eventually forcing Zayn to pass out while locked into a Coquina clutch.

Winner: Samoa Joe

Cruiserweight Champion Neville vs. Jack Gallagher

The title match stole the show, earning a well-deserved “This is Awesome” chant from the crowd. Gallagher landed three brutal head-butts on Neville, but it wasn’t enough for him to steal the win. Neville ended the match with a Red Arrow off the top rope, continuing his reign as the King of the Cruiserweights.

Winner: Neville

Raw Tag Team Champions Luke Gallows & Karl Anderson vs. Enzo Amore & Big Cass

Unless something unexpected happens in the next few weeks, Gallows and Anderson will walk into WrestleMania 33 as the Raw Tag Team Champions. Anderson pinned Enzo, who had his leg knocked off the rope by Gallows during the referee’s three-count.

Winner: Luke Gallows and Karl Anderson

Sasha Banks vs. Nia Jax

Jax had only wrestled in three singles matches on PPV, but WWE Fastlane also marked her first loss on a Sunday night. After Jax had dominated most of the match, Sasha rolled up her opponent for the win.

Winner: Sasha Banks

Cesaro vs. Jinder Mahal

In one of two matches that were added to the card Sunday night, Cesaro defeated Mahal after hitting a European uppercut. Mahal was soon attacked by Rusev, ending the short-lived alliance between the two heels.

Winner: Cesaro

Big Show vs. Rusev

Less than 10 minutes after beating up Mahal, Rusev suffered a loss of his own. The Bulgarian Brute was unable to lock Big Show into the Accolade, and he became the victim of three Chokeslams and a Knockout Punch.

Winner: Big Show

Rich Swann & Akira Tozawa vs. The Brian Kendrick & Noam Dar (Kickoff Match)

Swann pinned Dar after hitting a Phoenix Splash, getting a win for the babyface team.

Winner: Rich Swann & Akira Tozawa