We are no longer just over a week away from the TLC Pay-Per-View as the WWE have made a huge change to the event.
No matches have changed and the main stipulation remains the same, but in order to accommodate a certain match the name of the event has now changed.
As we have seen on recent shows, Erick Rowan and Big Show have been feuding ever since Survivor Series and have used one weapon in particular.
After Big Show's betrayal of Team Cena at Survivor Series the two have come to blows several times and it looks like they will clash again at the upcoming Pay-Per-View.
In what will be an historic match, Big Show and Erick Rowan will clash in the first ever Stairs match at TLC.
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For the purposes of this match, the event which has ran from 2009 under the same name has now undertaken a bit of a change.
This year, it will be called Tables, Ladders, Chairs and Stairs as one of the shortest named PPV's has just gotten a bit longer.
The announcement was made on Friday's episode of Smackdown that the match was scheduled but also that the event name would be changed.
And with a new name has come a new logo which can be found here in which they have accommodated the stairs into the logo itself.
Big Show vs Erick Rowan is the just the next in a line of matches that should give us one great PPV.
TLC setting the bar?
There are currently five matches planned for the event with four hosting special stipulations with variations on the TLC match.
Bray Wyatt and Dean Ambrose are set to face off in the only TLC match - unless a report GiveMeSport provided yesterday is true.
John Cena will face Seth Rollins in a tables match, Kane and Ryback will face off in a chairs match now the Rowan vs Big Show match adds a chairs match.
The only real missing stipulation is a ladder match but with a week left, there is still time for Dolph Ziggler to challenge Intercontinental Champion Luke Harper to put his title above the ring.
Or perhaps with the Usos set to challenge the Miz and Damien Mizdow for the tag team titles, that match could undertake a late change?
But with rumours rife that we will see WWE World Heavyweight Champion Brock Lesnar this month or perhaps even this Monday, who knows what impact the beast could have on the event.
Two more names set for returns this month are Roman Reigns and Randy Orton who could potentially both return at the event.