TLC has now gone to the archives and with him all the PPV of this very strange 2020 which has seen WWE suffer a lot both for the lack of income from several of its shows that were usually staged every week and for the devastating collapse of the TV ratings who still do not leave peace on Monday Night Raw and Friday Night Smackdown.
In the final period of this terrible year for the whole world, however, hope was lit for 2021, with the Royal Rumble which was made official for January 31st and with the WWE which has already ensured more times than in this new year there will be the relaunch of pro-wrestling and also of the same number one company in the world of the discipline.
But before coming to Rumble, WWE focused quite seriously on its latest PPV that took place in the night, with TLC seeing several surprises airing on the WWE Network, from the return of Charlotte Flair to the victory of the titles.
part of the daughter of Ric Flair and Asuka, until the match won by Randy Orton, with The Fiend being completely set on fire by the former WWE Champion. To give a further shock to the fans from home, The Hurt Business also thought about it, which in the evening dedicated to TLC managed to bring home the couple titles that until tonight belonged to the talents of the New Day.
After a match in which both teams seemed to be able to take home the belts at any moment, in the end, Cedric Alexander and Shelton Benjamin won, with the two of the Hurt Business thus achieving victory, bringing home two shiny new belts for their stable.
Cedric Alexander got the pin for The Hurt Business at WWE TLC
After the victory, MVP and Bobby Lashley immediately intervened to celebrate their teammates, with the title of Raw Tag Team champions thus joining the title of US champion already present at Lashley's side for several weeks.
Hurt Business thus becomes one of the major dominant stables of the WWE landscape, with no other team from Raw, Smackdown or NXT that can boast the number of belts, victories and prestige, which at the moment the stable of MVP, Shelton Benjamin, Bobby Lashley and Cedric Alexander boast.
This ends the New Day's record-breaking 10th WWE tag team title reign between RAW and SmackDown. With Big E no longer part of the New Day, with the three men on separate brands, it will be interesting to see what's next for Woods and Kingston as the tag team ventures into new territory in 2021.
Considering how the New Day and The Hurt Business have been feuding over the last several weeks, it's probably safe to say that the series of matches between these two seriously talented tag teams is far from over. What are your thoughts on The Hurt Business becoming the new WWE RAW Tag Team Champions at TLC tonight? Who do you hope to see this team face off with in the future besides the New Day? How do Woods and Kingston bounce back from this defeat?