WWE round-up: Dean Ambrose v Kevin Owens added to TLC event

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WWE fans, hello and welcome.

There’s action in abundance on the agenda this week and plenty for us to get through, so we won’t waste time with long and drawn out introductions.

You should all know the score by now. Watch the video above for the latest headlines or read on below if added fluff is what tickles your fancy. Enjoy.

New match added for TLC

It’s that time of the day - yes, you know it - WWE spoiler time.

It appears another fight has been added to the upcoming TLC bill, this one an Intercontinental Title Match between Dean Ambrose and Kevin Owens.

That fight, registering after Ambrose beat Tyler Breeze and Dolph Ziggler in a triple threat match at the Smackdown Tapings last night, is the second to be added, with the Heavyweight Championship match between Sheamus and Roman Reigns already a fixture.

Foley criticism

Moving on, Mick Foley has admitted he’s frustrated with the current WWE production line.

The Hall of Famer said he was on the verge of being a former fan of the organisation, as rising stars aren’t being treated with the respect they deserve.

That comes at a time when the WWE are struggling with regards to ratings. It’s abundantly evident that something will have to change.

Here's Foley's most memorable moment:

Ratings record

Lastly, Monday Night’s RAW, it turns out, was a record-breaking event, but for all the wrong reasons.

It’s purported that the post-Survivor Series contest only attracted 2.964 million people, marking the first time RAW viewing figures have dipped sub-three million in 18 years.

With RAW being the company’s primetime broadcast that’s sure to give Vince McMahon a headache he doesn’t need.


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