WWE Considering Doing Dog Collar Match For 2019 TLC PPV
As reported earlier, the promotions around the WWE TLC pay-per-view event 2019 edition have already begun. The Target Center in Minneapolis, Minnesota is advertising some of the matches for the December 15th show.
It will have the first-ever Women’s TLC Tag Team Match with Asuka and Kairi Sane defending their WWE Women’s Tag Team Titles against Charlotte Flair and RAW Women’s Champion Becky Lynch.
Rusev vs. Bobby Lashley will be competing in a singles contest whereas Roman Reigns vs. King Baron Corbin will have the TLC stipulation added to it. According to the latest reports, the TLC match might get altered despite the advertisements that WWE sent to the arena for promotional purposes.
According to the reports from Wrestling Observer Newsletter, a Dog Collar match stipulation was discussed. In this particular stipulation, two of the opponents get tied with each other through dog collars while wrestling in the match.
This does not allow any of them to get away with each other at any point in the match. Referee hands over win or loss via normal pinfall or submission losses. You may get a glimpse of a Dog Collar match as given below.
With this advertisement, these three advertised matches are going to be the main matches for the WWE TLC PPV event.
However, prior to that WWE will have to wrap up the Survivor Series PPV event which is the last ‘big-four’ show of the year. The match card is yet to be finalized, particularly from the NXT side.
The November 24th WWE Survivor Series pay-per-view from the Allstate Arena near Chicago had Rusev vs. Lashley on the card. But it has now been moved to WWE TLC and WWE has strong reasons to do so, (courtesy wrestlingINC.com)
“Rusev vs. Lashley was moved from there to TLC because of the feeling that the show is already overloaded because of the 15-person Elimination Matches with WWE NXT, RAW and SmackDown teams, that in theory would have to go 10 to 14 falls each, with at least some quick eliminations.
Current plans call for Rusev vs. Lashley to be a non-stipulation match at TLC.”
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