WWE's TLC: Tables, Ladders, and Chairs pay-per-view takes place later today, but a few matches for the show are still up in the air as several superstars are dealing with health problems.
Braun Strowman is scheduled to face Baron Corbin at the event in a TLC match, but it's still unknown if Strowman will actually be wrestling a full-blown match with Corbin or if there will just be a brief confrontation instead.
Another match that is up in the air too is Finn Balor vs Drew McIntyre, as Balor has been dealing with an illness which hasn't been fully disclosed.
The former Universal Champion was pulled from the road during WWE's South America tour two weeks ago due to illness, but now things are trending in a more positive direction for the Raw superstar.
According to PWInsider, The Demon King officially returned to the ring on Saturday night during the Raw Live event in Bakersfield, California, working a Triple Threat match against McIntyre and Dolph Ziggler.
This return means Balor is trending in a positive direction towards having a match against McIntyre at TLC later today, but this is yet to be confirmed.
WWE simply could have been testing the waters to see how Balor would perform in the ring after taking some time off to deal with his illness. His participation at TLC isn't a lock yet.
If Balor is able to compete at TLC, his match vs McIntyre has the potential to steal the show as one of the best matches of the night.
Balor and McIntyre are fantastic talents in the ring, and there's a strong chance that both of them could hold world title gold in 2019. This match could be a showcase of what's to come for WWE fans next year.
Current odds suggest McIntyre will come out on top against Balor, which isn't surprising considering he's being rumoured to be in the Universal title picture come WrestleMania 35.
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