WWE TLC Matches Spoiled By Hosting Arena

The arena where WWE TLC will take place in December may have potentially spoiled some of the matchups via its advertising for the event.

Similar to the period after WrestleMania this year, it has felt like there has been an awful lot of big WWE shows recently. From SummerSlam all the way up until now has felt almost non-stop. Plus, we're still not done. We are currently only a week and a half away from Survivor Series, one of WWE's biggest four shows of the year.

Once Survivor Series is done and dusted we will actually get a little bit of a reprieve. There will be almost an entire month before the next WWE PPV. That will take place on December 16, 2018, when WWE invades San Jose, California for TLC. As of right now, what with Survivor Series still to come, we don't know any of the matches that will take place at TLC.


Or do we? The build to the show may have not begun, but the arena hosting TLC may have spoiled some of the matches taking place via its advertising. The site for the SAP Center is currently advertising three matches. Dean Ambrose versus Seth Rollins for the Intercontinental Title, Nia Jax and Ronda Rousey doing battle to be Raw Women's Champion, and also a showdown between Baron Corbin and Braun Strowman.

via wwe.com

While the three matches above have not yet been officially announced, they are extremely likely. Jax stated her intent to cash in her number one contendership once Rousey is finished with Lynch at Survivor Series. It is also only a matter of time before Rollins and Strowman get their hands on Ambrose and Corbin, respectively. We fully expect to see these matches at TLC.

However, as always, these kinds of things should be taken with a pinch of salt. The site also points out that the card is subject to change, as it often does. Who knows what could happen between now and December 16? Plus, the graphic on the site still features Roman Reigns. Sadly, The Big Dog will most definitely not be competing at TLC.


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