Source: The Wrestling Observer Newsletter
UPDATE: Despite the match being heavily teased, plans for Daniel Bryan vs. Dolph Ziggler match at WrestleMania 31 are not yet set in stone. There is still a possibility that the company may go with Bryan beating Roman Reigns at Fast Lane and going on to face Brock Lesnar at WrestleMania. The company is still reportedly leaning strongly to Reigns winning, but it isn’t a certain thing yet.
A source adds that Ziggler’s team up with Ryback for a tag team match on SmackDown tonight was done for a reason; there has been discussion among Creative to have Ziggler and Ryback stay as a team and work a tag match at WrestleMania. So while the Ziggler vs. Bryan match is still in the mix, it isn’t a 100% certainty yet.
ORIGINAL: We noted late last night here on the website that WWE changed its original plans for the WWE Fast Lane event earlier this week. The initial plan was for Roman Reigns to face a top WWE heel such as The Big Show, and Daniel Bryan was reportedly going to face Bray Wyatt. Bryan would have reportedly lost to Bray Wyatt in order to keep Wyatt strong of his upcoming match with The Undertaker at WrestleMania 31.
Now, Bryan is scheduled to face Reigns, and the winner will face Brock Lesnar for the world title at WrestleMania. Of course, The Observer also reported that Daniel Bryan vs. Sheamus was going to happen again at WrestleMania, which was then apparently changed to Bryan vs. Dolph Ziggler for the event. Interestingly enough, the original plan last year was for Bryan vs. Sheamus to happen at WrestleMania 30 last year before that changed as well.
As of this writing, Ziggler vs. Bryan at WrestleMania is still the current plan. The people who are handling the promotion for the event are still working under the impression that Lesnar vs. Roman Reigns for the world title will be the main event. Promotional personnel have been reportedly told to promote Reigns the most, then Brock Lesnar, followed by John Cena.Sting is also going to reportedly be a major promotional point for the show, even though his involvement has not yet been officially announced, and he has not yet been included in promotional material for the event.