WWE Tag Team Championships match set for TLC

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WWE's TLC pay-per-view takes place next weekend on December 13 and the card is filling up.

So far, we have Roman Reigns taking on Sheamus for the WWE World Heavyweight Championship in a Tables, Ladders, and Chairs match, and Dean Ambrose will take on Kevin Owens for the Intercontinental Championship. One more match has been added to the mix.

The New Day will put their Tag Team Championships on the line at the event in a Triple Threat match between The Lucha Dragons and The Usos, according to NoDQ.


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Surprisingly, no more matches were made official last night and, considering the pay-per-view is less than two weeks away, this once again will feel like an event which has been rushed together at the last minute, with no proper build up for the majority of matches that will feature on the card.

It will be expected that Charlotte will put her Divas Championship on the line, probably against Paige, and Alberto Del Rio will do the same with the United States Championship, likely against Jack Swagger. Neither one would have properly earned the shot.

Dolph Ziggler will probably face Tyler Breeze in a match that we have seen quite a few times already, and The Dudley Boyz will take on The Wyatt Family in a tables match. Predictable once again, but if Tommy Dreamer sticks around, it certainly will be a match to watch.

Unless a lot of these matches are addressed during the SmackDown tapings later tonight, WWE will just be throwing everything in together last minute again and expect everyone to go along with it.

Raw may have been a bit more enjoyable last night, but the company still isn't giving fans what they want, and they're making the programming too easy to predict.

WWE isn't taking any risks anymore, they just seem to be taking it easy until WrestleMania season, which is turning off a lot of fans.

What do you think of the current state of WWE programming? Have your say and leave a comment below...


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