WWE is gearing up for the TLC PPV following a successful delivery of Survivor Series. This is the final WWE Network special on the 2019 event calendar of the company which is based on one of the most popular gimmicks.
Tables, ladders, and chairs will be surrounding the ring which makes this night one of the most exciting and dangerous at the same time.
WWE has started the buildups for this epic night of the year. But to date, no matches have been officially announced for WWE TLC 2019.
However, reports are available predicting the initial match card of the last PPV event of 2019. These are indications that could be predicted as marquee matches of the night.
Dave Meltzer recently discussed the upcoming show on the latest episode of Wrestling Observer Radio to reveal that WWE Raw tag team champions the Viking Raiders are slated to face Luke Gallows and Karl Anderson to defend their titles.
Roman Reigns will definitely be in a matchup against King Corbin. These two were speculated to compete in a stipulated a Dog Collar match.
But things changed in due course as FOX officials may have not liked the idea. Instead, a TLC stipulation was added to the contest on this past episode of SmackDown.
From the women’s division, Charlotte and Raw Women’s Champion Becky Lynch to team up and challenge for the Women’s Tag Team Championship at WWE TLC. Flair is coming up short against Asuka and Kairi Sane and is in need of a backup which should appear in the form of Lynch.
These are not the only feuds going on WWE TV. Reports and earlier advertisements from the host venue suggested that Rusev vs. Bobby Lashley will take place at the PPV.
This match was originally scheduled at Survivor Series but it has now been moved to the December event. This will be the first matchup between these two which should take place with a stipulation.
Also, the happenings from WWE Raw suggested that AJ Styles will clash against Randy Orton at WWE TLC. The Viper turned out to be the reason why Rey Mysterio dethroned Styles from his US Championship reign.
Styles wanted to take revenge against him but became victim, once again on this week’s episode. Orton nailed him with an RKO by the end of the show to stand tall.