Every WWE PPV Of 2023 Ranked From Worst To Best

Worst to Best WWE PPVs of 2023

10. Fastlane

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Once again, Fastlane – which took place about a month before Crown Jewel – was absolutely fine. 

Like Crown Jewel, however, once the show was over you didn’t feel as though you’d seen anything truly special and some of the matches felt TV-quality. 

The opener certainly set a high benchmark for what was to come after it, as Cody Rhodes and Jey Uso defeated The Judgment Day’s Finn Balor and Damian Priest to bag the Undisputed WWE Tag Team Championships. It just built and built and built expertly, and the crowd went mental at the result. 

The six-man tag between the Latino World Order and Bobby Lashley and the Street Profits couldn’t really hope to follow it. It didn’t, but it was still entertaining viewing and it was nice to see Carlito make his in-ring return as a fully-fledged member of the LWO. 

IYO SKY clung onto the SmackDown Women’s Title by besting Asuka and Charlotte Flair in a triple threat match that got better as it went and kept fans guessing as to the outcome right until Bayley’s distraction helped her Damage CTRL teammate walk away with her prize.

John Cena and LA Knight joined forces to down Jimmy Uso and Solo Sikoa in a very simple but effective tag match.

And, finally, Seth Rollins retained his World Heavyweight Title against Shinsuke Nakamura in a wild Last Man Standing match.

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