is bringing the star power for Fastlane 2023 with John Cena, Cody Rhodes and more in action.
This weekend’s premium live event is the final one before Survivor Series in next month, and the company will be looking to continue its great form into the autumn months.
With three championship matches already set, Fastlane looks set to be another barnstormer for WWE after the last weekend, and rumours of new signing Jade Cargill appearing could make for a special night.
Having Cena back in the fold amid the actors has been huge too, and seeing him will be thrilling for fans while proving how highly bosses think of the megastar.
Before this weekend’s show, we’ve put together our usual guide with streaming details, start times, full match card and more.
Here’s everything you need to know about the show…
When is WWE Fastlane 2023?
WWE presents Fastlane on Saturday (October 7) as all the action on the main card kicks off at 1am for fans here in the UK.
How can you watch WWE Fastlane 2023?
Of course, there will be a Kickoff show available on the WWE Network, WWE.com, the WWE app, Twitter, Facebook, and at midnight.
For fans in the UK, you can tune into the main Fastlane show by either streaming live or watching on demand via the WWE Network – or order the event via TNT Sports Box Office.
WWE Fastlane 2023 full match card
- John Cena and LA Knight vs. Jimmy Uso and Solo Sikoa
- Last Man Standing Match for World Heavyweight Title: Seth Rollins (c) vs. Shinsuke Nakamura
- WWE Women’s Title: Iyo Sky (c) vs. Asuka vs. Charlotte Flair
- Undisputed WWE Tag Team Titles: The Judgment Day (c) vs. Cody Rhodes and Jey Uso
- LWO (Rey Mysterio, Santos Escobar and TBA) vs. Bobby Lashley and the Street Profits
What can you expect from WWE Fastlane? John Cena, Jade Cargill and more
John Cena and LA Knight should definitely get the job done against Solo Sikoa and Jimmy Uso in a fascinating match that has helped steady The Bloodline saga despite Jimmy’s bizarre actions.
This could be the night Shinsuke Nakamura finally gets the win over Seth Rollins as he continues to torment the World Heavyweight Champion by .
A Last Man Standing match plays perfectly into his hands, and this feels like it might be the right time to see what a rejuvenated King of Strong Style can do with the gold.
It feels too soon for Iyo Sky to drop the WWE Women’s Title just yet, but the Triple Threat – and her under-the-surfaced issues with Bayley could play a role – while Bobby Lashley and the Street Profits need to beat the LWO to build some momentum.
The Judgment Day should retain the gold to stay strong even against Cody Rhodes and Jey Uso, while there is every chance fans could get a first glimpse of on the PLE.