WWE began their build towards their next pay-per-view, TLC: Tables, Ladders, And Chairs, on Raw and SmackDown this past week.
While WWE Champion Brock Lesnar is currently on a reported hiatus from the company, Universal Champion Bray Wyatt looks like he will defend his title once again vs Daniel Bryan.
No match for TLC has been confirmed yet by WWE, but commercials for the show have been broadcasted revealing three matches for the event.
These three matches have already been advertised before, but only locally. Now, a new commercial, via Wrestling News, all but confirms the clashes for the show at the Target Center in Minneapolis.
The first match in the commercial confirms the continuation of the SmackDown feud between Roman Reigns and King Corbin that began before Survivor Series.
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The second match is a historic one, as it will be the first-ever TLC Women's Tag Team Championship match when The Kabuki Warriors defend the Women's Tag Team titles against Raw Women's Champion Becky Lynch and Charlotte Flair.
Finally, Rusev and Bobby Lashley, accompanied by Lana, will go one-on-one in a singles match at the show as well. The Target Center is advertising every single one of these matches on their own website as well.
None of these matches will come as a surprise to the regular WWE fan. Rusev vs Lashley is already taking place at Starrcade tonight, but this will be their first pay-per-view meeting. It's currently unclear if this will be where their feud ends.
Reigns vs Corbin, however, is expected to be the final match between The Big Dog and the 2019 King of the Ring winner before the two go their separate ways heading into 2020.
However, the Women's Tag Team title match of The Kabuki Warriors vs Lynch and Flair is expected to be the catalyst for a Raw Women's title match in 2020 between Asuka and The Man, most likely at the Royal Rumble.
It may only be a matter of time before these three matches are confirmed for TLC by WWE.News Now - Sport News