After a year of garbage, WWE treats us with a promising major event: On Sunday, Drew MacIntyre defended the WWE Championship against AJ Styles at the TLC pay-per-view event. It looks cool, as they are not only great players, but will compete in a Tables, Ladders and Chairs match.
It is one of two matches at the TLC World Series, where Roman Reigns will also defend his World Championship against Kevin Owens.
The main confrontations concluded with Randy Orton’s Firefly Inferno vs. “The Find” Bray White. Evil matches tend to be weak, and these two had an infamous match at WrestleMania a few years ago (shot down by Bray Wyatt’s stage play. So … it’ll be interesting, at least.
TLC will be emerging from WWE’s ThunderDome which is now taking place after four months of staying at the Amway Center in Orlando at Tropicana Field Stadium in Florida. The main card starts on both days at 7 PM ET / 4 PM PDT. If you are a paid subscriber to the WWE Network – at $ 9.99 a month – you can watch TLC live at no extra cost. Otherwise, you will need to contact your local cable provider.
Viewers in the UK will have to stay up late to watch Hell in a Cell; The show begins 11pm Sunday UK time. Hell in a Cell for Australians begins in 11 am EST on Monday.
- Matches WWE Championship Tables, Ladders and Chairs: Drew McIntyre (C) vs. AJ Styles.
- Match tables, ladders and chairs for the world championship: Roman Reigns (c) vs Kevin Owens.
- Firefly Inferno: “The Fiend” match Bray White vs Randy Orton.
- SmackDown Women’s Championship match: Sasha Banks (c) vs Carmela.
- Women’s Tag Team Championship match: Nia Jax and Shanna Pazler (c) vs Asuka and Shrek to be announced later.
- Raw Tag Team Championship match: The New Day (c) vs The Hurt Business.
- Kickoff Show Match: Daniel Bryan, Big E, Otis and Gable vs. Cesaro, Shinsuke Nakamura, Baron Corbyn and Sami Zane.
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