Fastlane 2019

2019 WWE Fastlane matches, card, date, begin time, area, bits of gossip, predictions.WrestleMania 35 is practically here! Be that as it may, before we land at that goal, one more pay-per-see stop should be made. On Sunday, March 10, WWE Fastlane will occur inside the Quicken Loans Arena in Cleveland, sending us straightforwardly into the final lap driving into the greatest show of the year.

There’s as yet one more week to go until the Fastlane occasion happens, yet how about we view the card as it’s forming out, with one major title session as of now having been made authority. Fastlane will start with a kickoff appear at 6 p.m. ET before the primary card begins one hour later at 7 p.m. CBS Sports will review Fastlane throughout the following couple of weeks, so make certain to stay with us. Kofi Kingston verging on winning the WWE Championship at Elimination Chamber feels like it was yesterday, yet WWE’s date-book is a stacked one nowadays, and the organization’s next pay-per-see occasion only nine days away.

Fastlane happens on March 10 at the Quicken Loans Arena in Cleveland, Ohio – with the current week’s SmackDown Live, specifically, having the most effect on the occasion.

It looked like Kofi Kingston was going to sign the agreement for the WWE Championship coordinate against Daniel Bryan before Vince McMahon’s music hit. McMahon then reported that he needs to furnish matches with the greatest film industry request for the WWE Universe, and he feels Kevin Owens has a greater amount of that than Kofi does, putting The Prizefighter in the match rather than The New Day part.

Likewise added to the card this week was the SmackDown Live Women’s Championship coordinate among Asuka and Mandy Rose (Lio Rush’s arm not included).WrestleMania 35 is practically here! In any case, before we land at that goal, one more pay-per-see stop should be made. On Sunday, March 10, WWE Fastlane will happen inside the Quicken Loans Arena in Cleveland, sending us specifically into the last leg driving into the greatest show of the year.

There’s as yet one more week to go until the Fastlane occasion happens, however how about we view the card as it’s forming out, with one major title session as of now having been made authority. Fastlane will start with a kickoff appear at 6 p.m. ET before the principle card begins one hour later at 7 p.m. CBS Sports will review Fastlane throughout the following couple of weeks, so make sure to stay with us.

Free Fight

Alvarez-Kovalev II, more: Boxing fight times and TV schedule for Jan. 31-Feb. 2.UFC Fight Pass, 10:00 pm ET, Aston Palicte vs Jose Martinez. Roy Jones Jr’s boxing cards have come to Fight Pass! Not a bad main event for what you’d expect, as Palicte is a super flyweight contender and Martinez is unbeaten.
Saturday, Feb. 2

Sky Sports (UK), 2:30 pm ET, Sergio Garcia vs Ted Cheeseman. Garcia is defending the European 154-pound title in the main event from O2 Arena, and the vacant Commonwealth middleweight title is on the line between Felix Cash and Rasheed Abolaji.

ESPN, 10:00 pm ET, Oscar Valdez vs Carmine Tommasone, Richard Commey vs Isa Chaniev. Yeah, it’s gonna be a late one, because this is just leg one of a four-fight card airing on ESPN platforms. Commey-Chaniev is for the lightweight belt that Mikey Garcia gave up, and Valdez is defending his featherweight title in the second bout. BLH will have live coverage.

ESPN+, 12:00 am ET, Eleider Alvarez vs Sergey Kovalev II, Teofimo Lopez vs Diego Magdaleno. The Alvarez-Kovalev rematch is for the light heavyweight belt Alvarez took from Kovalev last August, and Lopez takes a bit of a step up against Magdaleno. BLH will have live coverage.

Live Fight

Pacquiao versus Broner: Showtime’s All Access to narrative Jan. 19 battle,Manny Pacquiao and Adrien Broner are set to square off in a major Showtime pay-per-see headliner on Jan. 19 in Las Vegas, and Showtime will account the development to the session with a three-scene All Access arrangement highlighting the welterweight stars.

The principal scene will debut on Jan. 4 at 10:30 pm ET/PT on Showtime, with the second going ahead Jan. 11 at 9:30 pm ET/PT. The third scene will be the Epilog include, coming seven days after the battle on Jan. 26.

Pacquiao (60-7-2, 39 KO) will safeguard the WBA “world” welterweight title that he won in Kuala Lumpur, where he thumped out Lucas Matthysse in the seventh round. It was the 40-year-old Pacquiao’s first stoppage win since 2009, and he looked sharp in that challenge, a year after his stunning — and questioned — upset misfortune to Jeff Horn in Australia.

The Jan. 19 battle will likewise be Pacquiao’s first in the U.S. since Nov. 2016, when he beat Jessie Vargas, and will be the Filipino Senator’s first trip under the Premier Boxing Champions standard.

Broner (33-3-1, 24 KO) battled once in 2018, setting off to a draw with Jessie Vargas in April. He’s 0-1-1 in his last two battles, and 3-2-1 in his last six. Be that as it may, he remains a TV draw at whatever point he battles, and a success over Pacquiao would return him right in the blend as a best star at 147 pounds.