2018 WWE Tribute to the Troops main event is worth watching

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WWE taped their annual Tribute to the Troops show earlier this week at Fort Hood in Texas, and the audience there was treated to an exciting main event clash. Spoilers for Tribute to the Troops further down in this article.

The annual Tribute to the Troops show was taped on Tuesday, but it isn't scheduled to be broadcasted on the WWE Network until December 20.

This means any matches on the show will technically be taking place in WWE storylines after their TLC: Tables, Ladders, and Chairs pay-per-view, which is set to take place later this month on December 16.

At TLC, Daniel Bryan is scheduled to defend his WWE Championship against AJ Styles, and Seth Rollins is booked to defend his Intercontinental title against Dean Ambrose at the show too.

These are the two top feuds on Monday Night Raw and SmackDown Live at the moment, but it looks like we won't be receiving a definite conclusion to these rivalries at TLC next weekend.

According to spoilers on Twitter from the show, in the main event, Ambrose and Bryan teamed up in a tag team match against Rollins and Styles.

AJ Styles and Seth Rollins will team up to face Daniel Bryan and Dean Ambrose at this year's Tribute to the Troops

This sounds like this should be a very entertaining match to watch when it broadcasts on the Tribute to the Troops show on the WWE Network later this month.

Elsewhere on the show, Becky Lynch and Charlotte Flair had a match against Mandy Rose and Sonya Deville, Ronda Rousey and Natalya wrestled against Tamina Snuka and Nia Jax, and comedian Jon Stewart was also at the event.

Considering the teams for both of these matches, it's pretty safe to say that the teams of Lynch and Flair, Rousey and Natalya, and Rollins and Styles won their matches, although this is yet to be confirmed.

Reports from the event have also stated that Roman Reigns was at Tribute to the Troops on Tuesday, but whether or not he will be on the broadcast remains to be seen. If he is, it will be his first WWE appearance since his leukaemia announcement in October.

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