Now that "WWE Fastlane 2016"is over and done with, the "Road to WrestleMania" really begins to take shape. Unless there's a major swerve between now and April 3rd, we know that Roman Reigns will face Triple H for the WWE World Heavyweight Championship at "WrestleMania 32" in Dallas, Texas.

No titles changed hands, so it would seem that Charlotte, Kalisto, Kevin Owens, and The New Day will all join Triple H as defending champions,but who will they be facing? And what other non-title matches are being booked for the biggestWrestleMania of all-time?

The full results of "WWE Fastlane" are detailed below, along withWrestleMania predictions for those involved.

Kalisto defeats Alberto Del Rio

After ADR intentionally disqualified himself in the first fall by bashing Kalisto with a chair, he followed up by getting an easy fall on the battered US Champion, tying things at one fall each. Kalisto won the third fall and took home the gold.

Prediction:Kalisto will likely go on to defend the WWE United States Championship against multiple opponents, which could include Sin Cara, Tyler Breeze, Goldust, R-Truth, Dolph Ziggler, Jack Swagger, and Samoa Joe. Alberto Del Rio will likely join the rest of the League of Nations in a feud with The New Day.

Sasha Banks & Becky Lynch defeat Team B.A.D.

There was never really any doubt that Banks and Lynch would win, short of a huge heel turn from one or the other.

Prediction:With Charlotte's decisive victory over Brie, The Boss and the Lass Kicker will likely face the WWE Divas Champion in a Triple Threat Match.

Kevin Owens defeats Dolph Ziggler

No surprise that Owens didn't drop the title six days after winning it.

Prediction: Unless the WWE decides to bring up Sami Zayn right away and build toward a big WWE Intercontinental Championship match in Dallas, I would expect Owens to face A.J. Styles atMania. Ziggler will likely be part of the Andre the Giant Memorial Battle Royal, unless there's a multi-challenger mid-card title match.

Ryback, Kane & Big Show defeat The Wyatt Family

This was perhaps the biggest surprise of the night. Unless Bray Wyatt is leaving the rest of The Family behind, having Harper, Rowan, and Strowman put over three guys who rarely win important matches is a head-scratcher.

Prediction:WWE must have decided that Bray vs. Brock wasn't going to be a big enough draw for a card that will likely be without John Cena, Seth Rollins, or Randy Orton. My best guess is that Bray disbands The Family again and faces Braun atMania.Rowan and Harper eventually team up again and participate in the Battle Royal, along with their three opponents fromFastlane.

Charlotte defeats Brie Bella

It's possible that thiswas Brie Bella's final match.

Prediction:Unless they also use Daniel Bryan in some non-Wrestling capacity, Bella will likely not be on the big show in April, while Charlotte defends her title against Sasha Banks and Becky Lynch.

A.J. Styles defeats Chris Jericho

Now that Styles vs. Jericho has ended in AJ's favor, he can move on to bigger and better things for his next program.

Prediction:Styles is given the chance to shine in a WWE Intercontinental Championship Match against Kevin Owens, while Y2J joins the Battle Royal.

Curtis Axel defeats R-Truth

This was just an excuse to get the Social Outcasts some air time and continue their attempt at comedy between Truth and Goldust.

Prediction:All of these men will likely be in the Battle Royal.

Roman Reigns defeats Brock Lesnar and Dean Ambrose

What this match essentially proved is that Reigns and Ambrose together can defeat Lesnar, and that the WWE still wants us to believe that Roman Reigns is worthy of being WWE World Heavyweight Champion.

Prediction:In what will be the most underwhelmingmain event since Bam Bam Bigelow vs. Lawrence Taylor, Reigns defeats Triple H,while Dean Ambrose finally faces Brock Lesnar one-on-one.