WWE's last PPV event of the calendar year is usually Tables, Ladders & Chairs - and 2021 is no different.
TLC will be taking place in December, with Superstars from both Raw and SmackDown appearing in matches ahead of the festive period.
A new report has indicated when the show is likely to be taking place, with the date appearing to have changed from what was previously believed to be the case.
PWInsider reported that the WWE TLC PPV event will be taking place on Sunday, December 19th. A location for the show has yet to be revealed at the time of writing.
This date appears to have been changed, with an initial listing for December saying that WWE would be having a Live event on the 19th and TLC on the 12th.
No matches have been confirmed thus far for the event, and it is likely that we will not have any confirmed until after the WWE Survivor Series event in November.
Survivor Series will reportedly be focused on the 25th anniversary of WWE megastar The Rock debuting for the company at the annual event. Rocky Maivia appeared at Survivor Series 1996 and remained the sole survivor in his team that night.
WWE TLC 2021 will be available to watch on the Peacock streaming service in the United States and WWE Network elsewhere. Premium paid plans for Peacock range from just $5 to $10 a month, and WWE Network works out at £9.99 per month.
Are you excited to see WWE return to the UK in November? Check out several short in-person interviews with members of the WWE roster, including Becky Lynch, Drew McIntyre and Happy Corbin via the GiveMeSport YouTube channel:
You can find all of the latest WWE News right here at GiveMeSport.News Now - Sport News