Dean Ambrose will face Wyatt in a re-match at TLC

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WWE have announced that Dean Ambrose will face Bray Wyatt in a re-match from last night's Survivor Series in a tables, ladders and chairs match at the TLC pay-per-view.

Ambrose was disqualified last night after he attacked Wyatt with a steel chair, but the rivalry between WWE's two resident 'mad men' is far from over, with the WWE Universe set to see the superstars face each other on December 14 in the last PPV of the year.

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Wyatt, who was competing at his first PPV since his recent split from his former followers Luke Harper and Erick Rowan, won the match after Ambrose hit him in the stomach with a chair shot, after he dared the 'lunatic fringe' to strike him.

The bout at Survivor Series was a culmination of weeks' worth of endless mind-games from both parties and unfortunately for those who paid for the event, they were unable to see a finish to the feud.

TLC has a history of some of the most brutal matches in wrestling history and since its inception as a PPV in 2009, has produced some of the best matches in the last few years, including bouts like Ryback and Team Hell No versus The Shield and Dolph Ziggler against John Cena.

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The match is not likely to be the main event, after what transpired at Survivor Series last night, when Sting made his WWE television debut and helped team Cena to victory against the Authority, but it is likely to be the most brutal match of the night.

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