WWE's Fastlane PPV is officially in the books, and the "Road to Wrestlemania" is sure to heat up now that the biggest PPV of the year is less than one month away.

Sunday's Fastlane event at Quicken Loans Arena in Cleveland, Ohio continued to lay the groundwork for several bouts on the Wrestlemania 35 card, including a Triple Threat match for the Raw Women's Championship. 

As expected, Ronda Rousey interrupted the Charlotte Flair vs Becky Lynch match last night, which resulted in a victory for Lynch via disqualification. Therefore, Lynch has earned a spot in the Flair vs Rousey title match, which could main event Wrestlemania on April 7. 

Elsewhere on the Fastlane card, Roman Reigns reunited with Shield brother Seth Rollins and Dean Ambrose to defeat Baron Corbin, Bobby Lashley and Drew McIntyre, while WWE champion Daniel Bryan outlasted Kevin Owens and Mustafa Ali to retain his title. 

Check out the full results from WWE's Fastlane PPV below (H/T ESPN):

The New Day def. Rusev and Shinsuke Nakamura

The Usos (c) def. The Miz and Shane McMahon

Asuka (c) def. Many Rose

The Bar def. Kofi Kingston 

The Revival (c) def. Bobby Roode & Chad Gable, and Ricochet & Aleister Black

Samoa Joe (c) def. Rey Mysterio, Andrade and R-Truth

Bayley & Sasha Banks (c) def. Nia Jax & Tamina

Daniel Bryan (c) def. Kevin Owens and Mustafa Ali

Becky Lynch def. Charlotte Flair via DQ

The Shield def. Baron Corbin, Bobby Lashley & Drew McIntyre 

Tonight's episode of Monday Night Raw, and Tuesday night's SmackDown Live will further some story lines leading up to Wrestlemania, including the imminent showdown between Batista and Triple H. Batista is scheduled to appear on tonight's episode of Raw, following his attack on Ric Flair two weeks ago.

Seth Rollins is set for a title match against Brock Lesnar next month, though it doesn't appear that The Beast Incarnate will be making an appearance on tonight's show. Fans can also expect a Mania match between Shane McMahon and The Miz, after Shane O'Mac turned on Miz last night. 

Former champion Bray Wyatt hasn't been on television for months, and it remains to be seen if he'll make a surprise appearance in the coming weeks. According to reports, Wyatt is still on “creative hiatus” and his return is “probably the most closely guarded secret in WWE."