2020 is now about to close, with one of the most terrible years in the history of pro-wrestling that will finally (hopefully) exhaust its negative charge, after 365 terrible days both for the whole world and for our much-loved discipline.
Before 2021, however, the WWE will still have to stage its last PPV before the end of the year, or TLC, an acronym of the homonymous match formed by the words: Tables, Ladders and Chairs, which as a tradition in recent years, will be staged from the federation rings in December.
Apparently, although the PPV is now one step away, the WWE would have several plans at stake that it would not yet have carefully evaluated, with different meat in the fire that would not make things easy for the company's management.
Rumors on TLC card
According to what has been revealed by several online sources, within the creative team of the McMahon company, there are still strong doubts about what the management wants to bring in the last PPV of 2020, with several matches that would have already been evaluated, but with none of them that would have already received the official ok from the Chairman.
Although Raw has already outlined a possible clash between Braun Strowman and the world champion of the federation, Drew McIntyre, with the bearded giant who has once again passed through the ranks of heels, at the moment there would be no angle or segment that bring the two to clash, at least not officially.
According to the words of the well-known Dave Meltzer of the Wrestling Observer, moreover: "One of the things I was told this afternoon is that for the moment there is still nothing definitive for TLC, which is approaching, even if many think that the management already has a card in mind or that it is in the process to build it.
I was told that for the moment there is no idea on the card except for Drew McIntyre and Braun Strowman." As already reported a few hours ago, moreover, the WWE would have hypothesized that it could also stage the long-awaited challenge between Roman Reigns and Daniel Bryan, but apparently, the WWE is said to have already decided to wait at least until the Rumble to be able to air this contest, waiting for a better and more important stage for the two Smackdown fighters.
WWE officially announced their annual Tables, Ladders & Chairs (TLC) Pay-Per-View on Sunday night during Survivor Series. A trailer ran during the show advertising WWE TLC for December 20, live from the relocated ThunderDome at Tropicana Field in Tampa Bay, FL.