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WWE Changes TLC and Clash of Champions Pay-Per-Views

WWE appears to be shuffling the deck when it comes to a couple of their popular pay-per-views. While it isn't known if the changes will be permanent, WWE has apparently rescheduled the TLC pay-per-view that was set to take place at the TDBank Arena in Boston on October 21, 2018, and moved it to December, removing another show from the schedule altogether.

Originally, the yearly TLC pay-per-view was set to take place in October but the event is now being advertised as a "WWE Supershow" instead of TLC. A video package advertising ticket sales for the October pay-per-view, was co-branded a Raw/Smackdown “event and Ronda Rousey’s name was featured in the ad but the name "TLC" was never mentioned.

But, it doesn't appear the TLC pay-per-view is being taken off the schedule entirely. Today, PWInsider is reporting that sources within WWE have confirmed the change as TLC will now take place on December 16th in San Jose, California. This is the original date and time of the Clash Of Champions pay-per-view, which now appears to have been removed altogether from the schedule.

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A closer look at the October pay-per-view calendar for WWE shows only the Super Show-Down taking place at the Melbourne Cricket Ground in Australia. There has been no announcement yet on if another show will be added to the tour.

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TLC has been a part of WWE’s annual pay-per-view schedule for years now, and Clash of Champions was a brand established in 2016 for Raw, replacing WWE Night of Champions in the late September slot of WWE's pay-per-view calendar. In 2017, the event was moved to December and given to the SmackDown Live brand.

It had been previously announced that for 2018, Clash of Champions would be a dual brand event. Apparently, WWE has had a chance of plans. Whether this event shows up on another time and date within the yearly schedule remains to be seen.

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