Update on WWE TLC card



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Update on WWE TLC card

In the latest episodes of the weekly tapings, WWE has begun to focus as much as possible on the feuds that will lead its Superstars to the latest pay-per-view of this strange 2020, with TLC now upon us and with the management of the Stamford federation that seems to be still quite on the high seas with the December event card, after having staged an edition of Survivor Series with a slightly subdued card compared to the last few years.

At the moment, in fact, the only match already seriously considered by Vince McMahon and associates would seem to be the one between Smackdown's Universal Champion, Roman Reigns, and his new challenger, Kevin Owens, after the events that occurred on Friday last at Friday Night Smackdown.

After what happened in the last episode of the blue show, it would seem to be only a matter of time before WWE officially confirms a title match valid for Smackdown's maximum laurel in TLC, right between the Canadian and the athlete.

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Update on WWE TLC

According to what was reported in the last few hours by the well-known overseas site F4WOnline, it would seem that WWE is working on several fronts to offer a great show also to TLC, a special PPV in which we will see how every year many characteristic matches with particular stipulations, such as precisely Tables, Ladders & Chairs, from which the homonymous event takes its name.

As revealed by the pages of the site, in fact: "There are a lot of other matches that WWE has been building on TV lately, such as Street Profits vs Dolph Ziggler & Bobby Roode, Sami Zayn vs Big E, Nia Jax & Shayna Baszler vs Asuka and Lana and Randy Orton vs 'The Fiend' Bray Wyatt."

According to what was reported by the journalists of F4WOnline, the matches in which the category champions of Smackdown or Raw will be present, will most likely also see titles up for grabs, with the various Sami Zayn, Street Profits and Nia Jax and Shayna Baszler who they will have to be careful not to lose their belts one step away from 2021, with a mocking defeat that could also take away the belts that made them great in the last period.

The finish came when Lee and Riddle had an amazing exchange, littered with heavy strikes and back-and-forth wrestling. Riddle nearly knocked out Lee with a couple of knee strikes, but AJ Styles flew in with the Phenomenal Forearm and smashed Riddle.

This was enough to book Styles’ ticket to TLC. AJ Styles vs Drew McIntyre is a dream match that never occurred to the fans. Both wrestlers are extremely decorated and have established their careers on the independent scene. With McIntyre’s explosiveness and Styles’ agility, we are surely in for an amazing title match.