This week's episode of Monday Night Raw contained many shocks, but one of the main ones was the return of former WWE World Heavyweight Champion Daniel Bryan - who took control of Raw for the night.
The former Tag team champion was also in charge of Smackdown this week and announced that his former partner Kane would be going one-on-one with Ryback in a chairs match at next months TLC pay-per-view.
The two had an altercation backstage on Raw this week after Corporate Kane became Concessions Kane and Ryback decided to poke fun at the change. This rivalry continued on Smackdown when Seth Rollins faced Ryback in a singles match and Kane caused the DQ when he beat Ryback down with a chair, forcing Daniel Bryan to make the announcement.
This means there are already two matches announced for TLC which is in just two weeks time. Dean Ambrose will face Bray Wyatt in a traditional Tables Ladders and Chairs match along with Kane and Rybacks newly announced confrontation.
There were rumours of Seth Rollins facing Randy Orton in the main event in another TLC match, but because The Viper is still yet to return to Raw, and with only two episodes left until TLC it's unlikely the match would receive the amount of build up needed for the two to really come into their own.
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Another match that was rumoured saw John Cena up against Seth Rollins in the traditional TLC match, which seems the more likely given that the two are still on opposite sides of the fence. Although Dolph Ziggler has played a big part in the downfall of The Authority so the likelihood is that "the showoff" could be playing a big part in TLC proceedings as well.
TLC could also be a big night for the divas division because it is where AJ Lee is advertised until. There is still no word on whether the former three time Divas Champion is done with the company and ready to walk away, but after her 'pipebomb' on Raw you have to hope there is more to come in what could be an intense but exciting headline feud.
TLC takes place on the 14th December and is the final Pay-per-view of the year, before the road to Wrestlemania begins at the 2015 Royal Rumble on January 25th
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