According to reports, WWE has taken the decision to cancel the Tables Ladders and Chairs pay-per-view event that was originally slated to take place in December.
On the latest Wrestling Observer Radio, Dave Meltzer notes that TLC, which was originally slated for December 12, has been cancelled by WWE.
The decision was made to cancel the show, according to Meltzer, because two pay-per-views are going to be taking place in January 2022.
Along with the Royal Rumble at the end of the month, WWE is going to be putting on the 'Day One' pay-per-view on New Year's Day, which is why TLC has been cancelled
“The decision was made that… originally there was going to be a pay-per-view in Chicago at the Allstate Arena in mid December, and the feeling is now that doing 12 a year, and the December pay-per-view will actually be January 1 in Atlanta. The idea of doing January 1 rather than do mid-late December. And then they’re still gonna do Royal Rumble as the January pay-per-view. A lot of people were wondering, when they moved the December Chicago date from being a pay-per-view to being a television taping, who’s gonna get the pay-per-view? And the answer is that there is no pay-per-view.”
WWE has put on a TLC pay-per-view every single year since the gimmick show was introduced in 2009, and it doesn't look like one is going to be taking place in 2021.
This also means WWE will only put on two pay-per-view events for the remainder of 2021, with Crown Jewel next Thursday and Survivor Series next month on November 21.
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