Baron Corbin & Dolph Ziggler Added To Triple Threat Match At Fast Lane, Now A Fatal Five Way

Baron Corbin and Dolph Ziggler have been added to the Fast Lane WWE title match, which is now a fatal five way.

After Sami Zayn and Kevin Owens jumped Corbin and Dolph Ziggler before their own match, Shane McMahon made two matches on tonight's Smackdown, Kevin Owens vs. Baron Corbin and Dolph Ziggler vs. Sami Zayn. Here are the closing moments of the former match via our live coverage:

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Corbin goes shoulder first into the ring steps before Kevin rolls him back into the ring and gets a near fall before putting him in a side headlock that he fights out of. Corbin hits a chokebreaker and a series of right hands and clotheslines before turning Kevin inside out with a lariat for a near fall. Kevin then hits a superkick before Baron counters the pop-up powerbomb into the End of Days for the pin and the win.

And here is the final moments of the match that got Dolph Ziggler into Fast Lane:

Sami is in control as we come back from commercial until Dolph hits a DDT as we see Kevin looking on backstage before Dolph hits a Famouser for a near fall. Sami catches Dolph on the top turnbuckle before hitting a superplex, but Sami can't make the cover, then Sami sends Dolph face first into the top turnbuckle. Sami misses the Helluva Kick before Dolph hits the Zigzag for a near fall, then Sami counters a superkick and sends Dolph shoulder first into the ring post repeatedly. Sami then goes for an exploder suplex before Dolph gets a near fall, then Sami hits an exploder suplex into the corner and goes for the Helluva Kick, but Dolph superkicks him when he runs in for the pin and the win.

Fast Lane will take place on March 11th at the Nationwide Arena in Columbus, Ohio. Be sure to stick to Fightful as we'll have live coverage of the event and a post show podcast running everything down.

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