On Sunday night, when WWE presents the "Fastlane" 2017 pay-per-view, a number of great matches will be on display for pro wrestling enthusiasts. Among them will be Bill Goldberg challenging Kevin Owens for the WWE Universal Championship and Roman Reigns taking on Braun Strowman. Also, Charlotte attempts to remain undefeated at pay-per-view events by defeating Bayley for the Wwe Raw Women's Championship. The Cruiserweight and Raw tag team titles are also up for grabs. Here's a look at what time the WWE "Fastlane" 2017 starts, the latest match card, and details for how to watch online by live stream or on television.

'Fastlane Kickoff' Show first

As with previous pay-per-view events, WWE will have a special pre-show ahead of the main card. The WWE "Fastlane Kickoff" show features a panel of personalities to discuss the upcoming matches and give their thoughts and predictions. Usually, these panels feature Renee Young, Booker T, and other personalities. In the past, Jerry "The King" Lawler and former women's wrestler Lita have been on board.

In addition, the WWE pre-show features a free match for viewers to enjoy. The pre-show match advertised for "Fastlane" will be a Cruiserweight tag team matchup featuring Rich Swann and Akira Tozawa vs. The Brian Kendrick and Noam Dar.

The WWE "Fastlane Kickoff" show is scheduled to begin at 7 p.m.

Eastern Time. Viewers can watch it live streaming online for free via WWE's website, their social media pages such as Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, or on the WWE Network. The pre-show should last approximately one hour.

'Fastlane' main pay-per-view

The main card arrives right after the "Kickoff" show ends. On the "Fastlane" 2017 card will be at least seven matches including four championships on the line.

Most of the titles defended are exclusive to the WWE "Raw" brand.

  • Sasha Banks vs. Nia Jax
  • Jack Gallagher vs. Neville (c) - Cruiserweight title
  • Sami Zayn vs. Samoa Joe
  • Enzo & Big Cass vs. Luke Gallows & Karl Anderson (c) - WWE tag team titles
  • Roman Reigns vs. Braun Strowman
  • Charlotte Flair vs. Bayley (c) - WWE Raw Women's title
  • Goldberg vs. Kevin Owens (c) - WWE Universal title

WWE's "Fastlane" will begin officially at 8 p.m.

Eastern Time on Sunday evening. The live pay-per-view is available exclusively on the WWE Network for viewers to watch live streaming online. WWE currently offers a one-month free trial of the service for all new customers, which would also allow for viewing the upcoming "WrestleMania 33" event in early April.

There may also be select cable companies showing the pay-per-view in various regions of the country. WWE's "Fastlane" pay-per-view should last approximately three hours on Sunday evening with a post-show possibly appearing on the network right after.