Picking up where we left off Andrade starts Raw the following week making it clear that the masked man last week was wearing an La Sombra mask from his personal collection, but it wasn't me last week. Styles and Keith Lee appear interrupting Andrade. Styles doesn't care about excuses and Lee wants to help Andrade knock off some ring rust. Phillips asks question to his partners in the booth if Garza likely fits into this situation at all. Garza is approached by Adam Pearce questioning him about last week and Garza makes clear he doesn't know what Adam is talking about. It is announced that Miz TV which will feature Andrade who can clear up any misconceptions and speak of his layoff after the attack from The Fiend last year.
Triple Threat match is announced with Andrade vs AJ Styles vs Keith Lee winner fights Angel Garza at Fast Lane. Angel continues to win on Raw defeating Kalisto, Drew Gulak, Bo Dallas and other wrestlers that don't have much going on. Andrade gets the win finally getting his opportunity to get some revenge on his former partner. With the match official Miz has something else to ask Andrade on Miz TV what it means to finally get his hands on Garza. Andrade takes the one piece that built Angel's confidence and tears it away saying it was The Fiend that took out Andrade and not Angel Garza. An angry Garza appears keeping his distance, he says I had the option to help and I chose to let you suffer so you might not want to admit it, but we all know the truth I am the reason you were taken out cause I could've stopped him.
In the end, Andrade calls Angel a coward that if he wanted Andrade out of the way why didn't he do it instead of letting The Fiend as he said he did. Garza angry again will not allow Andrade to get under his skin and will wait for Fast Lane. At Fast Lane the match starts with Angel keeping his distance, and visibly getting frustrated with every counter Andrade puts out. Finally Garza walks out of the match getting counted out very early in the match without much solved. Styles calls out Garza for not fighting to which Garza claims that Styles is only running his mouth cause Omos is beside him. The temperature is rising between Styles & Garza, but not boiling just yet. Styles and Garza shift there bickering to a common enemy when Andrade appears calling Styles delusional and again Garza a coward. Andrade & Humberto Carrillo vs Styles & Garza announced as the headline of Raw with Styles & Garza winning Garza getting a tainted win on Andrade. Styles and Garza end Raw celebrating clearly sweeping the cracks away for now but they are showing more now then they were before.
Garza interrupts matchmaker Adam Pearce who is speaking about Wrestlemania and needing to make this year special with matches that grab the fans attention. Garza wants to be in the title picture now that he has a victory over Andrade. Pearce tells Garza he will think about it much to Garza's disappointment, but a six man tag is announced Garza, Benjamin and Alexander vs Riddle, and New Day. The good guys get the win and the following week Garza has another sit down interview and this time walks out of the interview when Tom mentions the way he defeated Andrade claiming it wasn't exactly a win without question marks. Andrade is against a local star on this night and the masked man from a few weeks ago reappears to jump Andrade and attempts to drop him with the hammerlock DDT but a returning R-Truth makes the save. In a scuffle with Truth it's reveled that the masked man is Angel Garza dressed as La Sombra.
The following week Garza meets Truth in a rematch with Garza paying more attention to Andrade on commentary then Truth which results in a distracted Garza barely being able to defeat Truth. Garza goes from cloud nine to disappointed when Pearce appears to announce his decision that Garza will fight Andrade at Wrestlemania in a lumberjack match where the lumberjacks have straps. A confrontation ends the segment with the WWE title taking the lead on this night. Andrade talks about missing the time on the road and allowing his time away to change his opinion of the fans and his perspective on being in the WWE. Garza's side is "The night that you were taken out Andrade the spotlight shifted from you to me and with the light on bright I succeed which is more then you can say. You had your chance to become a star and you blew it Andrade, Wrestlemania will be my chance to prove your a thing of the past."
Angel makes it clear on social media he is above competing in such a barbaric match like the strap match, because he doesn't trust his fellow wrestlers. Adam Pearce responds to him with a demand that if Garza ducks Andrade at Mania he will not have another to have his moment at Wrestlemania. The last seven months of build have been building to here and now Garza is face to face with Andrade and names like Tucker, R-Truth, Riddick Moss, Bo Dallas, Drew Gulak, Keith Lee and others are among the lumberjacks. Andrade wins finally getting his vengeance on his former partner who took credit for taking him out.
In the end Andrade gets a big victory at Wrestlemania against someone who took credit for getting him off television for months. Andrade has unfinished business with AJ Styles, Keith Lee, and can now move forward. As for Garza he has unfinished business with AJ Styles which has been slowly building for the last few months and Garza has unfinished business with Drew McIntyre. Garza will claim that McIntyre got him out in the chamber through a fluke and never would've had a chance. Andrade will find his way to title picture near the end of the year with Randy Orton helping bring Andrade forward like Styles did earlier in the year. The veterans should not job to the new generation, but should help bring the fresh faces up the card to help them get attention and fans interested.
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