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The rivalry between Roman Reigns and Braun Strowman has been building on WWE television for quite awhile. It wasn’t until the Royal Rumble pay-per-view where business really picked up for these rivals and Strowman vs. Reigns later became official for Fastlane. This match has a big fight feel and it will be an important match heading into WrestleMania.

Related: Roman Reigns vs. Braun Strowman Booked For Fastlane

The expectation is that Reigns will defeat Strowman for a momentum boost that will launch him into an even bigger rivalry with The Undertaker for WrestleMania 33. That result is great for Roman Reigns but would leave Braun Strowman deflated heading into the biggest show of the year.

It’s also unclear what WWE officials specifically have planned for Strowman because a lot of work has gone into his monster push, so pulling the plug a month before WrestleMania could hurt Braun. It’s now being reported that WWE is planning to get both Strowman and Reigns over at Fastlane.

CageSideSeats is reporting that WWE’s intentions are to protect both men while also getting them ready for Orlando. Reigns many defeat Strowman straight up, but it’s equally as likely for there to be some kind of post-match angle or creative finish that will benefit both men.

AJ Styles has come a long way since making his WWE debut. He’s a former WWE Champion and he’s feuded with big names such as Roman Reigns and John Cena, but is AJ being buried? Some people out there seem to think so and we’re talking about it on this week’s episode of Still Real Radio which you can listen to below or on iTunes by clicking here.

  • Alexander Great

    This is a lose-lose situation for Braun.

    • Hopefully they just don’t screw up Braun’s push. So far it’s been working out great because they’re not rushing it.