Reigns Vs. Corbin & Universal Title Match Set For WWE TLC 2019
The Universal championship picture witnessed a sudden change on last night’s SmackDown that is set to produce a brand new title match at WWE TLC PPV.
The Fiend Bray Wyatt will compete against The Miz in a feud that was reportedly nixed out, pretty well. Thus, the rumored match for The Fiend against Daniel Bryan following Survivor Series will no more be on the card.
As seen on SmackDown, Daniel Bryan was nowhere to be found after last week’s heinous attack by the Universal Champion. So The Miz stepped up for him and eventually got invited to play with The Fiend at WWE TLC.
The champ also went personal with The A-lister showing a portrait featuring Maryse and his two daughters. An irate Miz decided to visit family, as early as possible.
— WWE on FOX (@WWEonFOX) December 7, 2019
But Bray Wyatt was blocking his way and planted him with a Sister Abigail. Following these altercations, it was confirmed the match will go down at WWE TLC, (it is yet to be official whether the match will be contested for the Universal title or not)
“The A-Lister is coming out to play at WWE TLC when Universal Champion Bray Wyatt engages The Miz. Miz responded to the calamity by stepping up and demanding to know what happened to his longtime adversary.
Wyatt soon took notice of the outspoken Superstar’s demands, but Miz wasn’t interested in a match against the host of “Firefly Fun House” until Bray pulled his strings by mentioning The A-Lister’s family.
Has Miz acted too rashly by falling for Wyatt’s masterful mind games? Will he pay the price for not running when he had the opportunity? Find out at WWE TLC, streaming live on Sunday, Dec. 15, at 7 ET/4 PT on the award-winning WWE Network.” (courtesy WWE.com)
Another predicted match became official for WWE TLC between Roman Reigns and King Corbin. After weeks of failure on upstaging the franchise player of the company, Corbin was finally able to stand by to his promise and humiliate him on last night’s SmackDown. It was a blatant attack by Corbin and Ziggler on the show.
— WWE (@WWE) December 6, 2019
Following this main-event happening on SmackDown, WWE.com confirms Roman Reigns vs. King Corbin at WWE TLC. It will be contested under Tables, Ladders and Chairs rules,
“After enduring repeated attempts at ridicule and humiliation from King Corbin, Roman Reigns will finally get his hands on his royal rival in a Tables, Ladders & Chairs Match at WWE TLC.
The issue between The Big Dog and Corbin has simmered for weeks with tensions seemingly escalating each Friday on SmackDown. With no one left to stand in Reigns’ way, we’ll learn whether the blue brand is The Big Dog’s yard or Corbin’s kingdom at WWE TLC, streaming live on Sunday, Dec. 15, at 7 ET/4 PT on the award-winning WWE Network!”
A third match was also confirmed on SmackDown for WWE TLC where the tag team titles will also be on the line. The New Day will defend the championships The Revival who earned the contenders’ rights, last night. Notably, all the matches for TLC have been confirmed from the blue brand, only.
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