With less than two weeks to go, the TLC card is really taking shape. As of right now, it is rumored that WWE plans on switching more than one title at the PPV.
We are currently plodding through the time of year where WWE's booking tends to slow down a little. The hype that surrounds Survivor Series has obviously passed, and we have to wait until January for the build to Royal Rumble to really begin. Since we are talking about WWE, even though there's a lull, there has to be a PPV during that two-month gap.
Which PPV WWE decides to go for tends to change from year to year. Last year it was Clash Of Champions, and the year before that it was Roadblock: End Of The Line. This time around, it's a return to TLC. The last time Tables, Ladders, and Chairs was December's PPV theme was 2015.
The show is now less than two weeks away and according to the card on WWE.com, most of the matches for the night are already set. There are already eight matches booked for the show. Considering the length of WWE PPVs nowadays, we may still get a couple more added on. What's interesting is five of those eight matches will be for various championships.
Most fans would likely expect the gold to stay where it is at TLC. It's a secondary PPV so WWE won't want to shake things up too much. However, Cageside Seats has reported via its rumor roundup that multiple title changes are planned for the event. Which of those titles are rumored to change hands is unknown right now, but we think we could hazard a guess at who might become a new champion on December 16, 2018.
Becky Lynch could certainly lose her title in the triple threat situation she finds herself in, and we might well see AJ Styles become a three-time WWE Champion. On the Raw side of things, we wouldn't be surprised if Dean Ambrose takes the Intercontinental Title from Seth Rollins. All of that being said, most fans know Vince McMahon changes his mind often. By the time TLC arrives, he may have decided he wants no titles to change hands after all.