WWE's Tribute to the Troops show was recorded on December 8, but won't be aired until December 23. It's WWE time of the year where they show their appreciation and give something back to the American military servicemen & women and their families.
However, it may have revealed, accidently or not, the outcome of two matches at the Tables, Ladders, and Chairs pay-per-view taking place this weekend on December 13.
The spoiler report for the show by Cageside Seats may have revealed the outcome of four title matches taking place this weekend, the Sheamus vs Roman Reigns match for the WWE World Heavyweight Championship, the Charlotte vs Paige bout for the Divas Championship, the Alberto Del Rio vs Jack Swagger match for the United States Championship, and the Kevin Owens vs Dean Ambrose clash for the Intercontinental Championship.
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According to the report, Sheamus walked out on the show with the WWE World Heavyweight Championship and Charlotte appeared with the Divas Championship.
Del Rio also still had the United States Championship at the event, and Owens was holding the Intercontinental Championship, meaning all four could have won and retained their titles at TLC.
Of course, you must remember to take this with a pinch of salt, but it gives a strong indication as to what the outcome of each of the four championship matches mentioned might be. While The Usos didn't have the Tag Team Championship, there was no sign of The New Day or The Lucha Dragons at the show, so the fate of that title remains the most uncertain.
Predictable outcomes for TLC to say the least if you believe the Tribute to the Troops spoilers, let's just hope the quality of matches at the pay-per-view are at a good standard.
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