WWE is considering adding a rare gimmick match to their Tables, Ladders, and Chairs show next month that hasn't been seen in the promotion for a number of years.
Even though Survivor Series isn't in the books yet, several matches have already been advertised for WWE's next pay-per-view, TLC, on December 15 by the Target Center in Minneapolis, Minnesota.
The matches advertised for TLC so far are Rusev vs Bobby Lashley in a singles match, Roman Reigns vs King Baron Corbin in a TLC Match, and The Kabuki Warriors vs Charlotte Flair and Becky Lynch for the Women's Tag Team titles in the first-ever Women's TLC Tag Team match.
Although it's been advertised as a TLC match, the stipulation for the Reigns vs Corbin match hasn't been finalized, according to reports.
The Wrestling Observer, via Wrestling Inc, has reported the Reigns vs Corbin match at TLC could be a Dog Collar match.
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For those that don't know, a Dog Collar match is very similar to a strap match, except the superstars are connected at the neck by dog collars, hence the stipulation name.
You can see how WWE is already going in this direction after The Lone Wolf's promo on The Big Dog last week on SmackDown, where he mocked his bark and dared him to bring his "small testicles" to the ring.
Reigns and Corbin will be on Team SmackDown during the 5-on-5-on-5 Survivor Series Elimination match between Raw, SmackDown, and NXT at Survivor Series, but it looks like the two will continue to feud once the show is over.
The fact the two are scheduled to feud after Survivor Series could mean Team SmackDown may run into a couple of problems during the Elimination match, with their feud costing the team the win.
In all likelihood, if WWE decides to go ahead with a Dog Collar match between Reigns and Corbin, it's probably not going to be very good as previous Dog Collar matches haven't exactly been memorable.News Now - Sport News