After the Raw brand had a triple main event of Hell in a Cell matches at the namesake pay-per-view, the pressure is on SmackDown Live to produce at their next event, TLC.
Of course, TLC stands for tables, ladders and chairs and typically, that's the showcase match at the event.
On last night's Talking Smack, Shane McMahon announced the main event for the PPV at the American Airlines Arena in Dallas, Texas on December 4.
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Dean Ambrose will challenge WWE champion AJ Styles for the gold in a TLC match to main event the show after the Lunatic Fringe managed to beat the Phenomenal One on this week's episode of SmackDown Live to secure his shot.
Fans have seen these two lock up a lot lately and the inclusion of the popular James Ellsworth in the feud has probably kept things fresh up to this point, although how much longer he can do that is up for debate.
It shows the true lack of challengers on the Smackdown roster that Ambrose had to earn his shot against the champion instead of another superstar vying for the strap.
Randy Orton is engaged in a storyline with the Wyatt Family, John Cena is on a hiatus filming the second season of his reality TV show, American Grit, and the only other top babyface is the Intercontinental champion, Dolph Ziggler.
Styles and Ambrose will relish squaring off under these stipulations and it will undoubtedly give their feud a new lease of life. With Cena rumoured to be off for the rest of the year now, they need to carry the show.
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