WWE Spoilers: Two Huge Returns Set For ‘Raw’ On ‘Fastlane’ Go-Home Show

Danny Cox - Author

Feb. 26 2017, Updated 5:06 a.m. ET

As WrestleMania 33 gets ever closer, WWE fans can’t forget that Fastlane is coming up first, and this week’s Monday Night Raw is the go-home show for it. The early March pay-per-view (PPV) is one that will give some closure to a few feuds while opening doors for new ones heading into the biggest show of the year. Perhaps, the even bigger news is the fact that both Seth Rollins and Goldberg will return and that could bring about chaos.

The official website of WWE released their preview for this week’s Monday Night Raw, and it will indeed be the go-home show for Fastlane. Any last-minute words will need to be spoken, and it is very possible that some aggression will be unleashed as well.

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Still, there is more to find out about, and one of the biggest things is learning the status of Seth Rollins.

Seth Rollins addresses his injury

He hasn’t been seen on WWE television since Triple H confronted him on Raw and Samoa Joe attacked him, injuring his knee. There are a lot of concerns regarding how serious his knee is injured and if Rollins will be able to wrestle at WrestleMania 33 or not.

On this week’s Raw, there will finally be some answers but even if Rollins can’t go, he won’t forget what Triple H and Samoa Joe have done.

Goldberg returns before WWE Fastlane

It has been a couple of weeks now and Goldberg has been nowhere to be seen, but he’s not gone. He has merely been biding his time and letting Kevin Owens, his Fastlane opponent, stew for a bit and wonder how he can hold onto his WWE Universal Championship and keep it from the former WCW World Heavyweight Champion.


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