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Two Potential Spoilers For TLC Pay-Per-View Revealed

The 2019 TLC: Tables, Ladders & Chairs pay-per-view is less than two weeks away now, and WWE little time remaining to start building up for the big show in Minneapolis, Minnesota.

The Survivor Series pay-per-view only ended last week, and it was followed up by Starrcade one week later. Now, the focus shifts towards TLC - with no matches confirmed for the show thus far.

But Dave Meltzer of Wrestling Observer Radio (h/t Cageside Seats), reported that there are a pair of TLC matches planned out. One of them will see Roman Reigns continue his feud with King Corbin.

The other will see long-time enemies Becky Lynch and Charlotte Flair compete for the Women's tag Team Championships, which are currently being held by The Kabuki Warriors.

Both Reigns and King Corbin were part of Team SmackDown during the triple threat 15-man tag team match at Survivor Series, leading them to victory. But Reigns actually attacked Corbin during the match, which allowed Tommaso Ciampa to pin and eliminate him.

That only added more fuel to the Reigns-Corbin rivalry, and now it sounds like they're going to take it up a notch at the TLC show.

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Charlotte moved over to the Raw brand in the October WWE draft, and she's teamed up with Lynch in a handful of matches. With both carrying long-term babyface roles, it makes good sense to pit the two together. After all, Lynch and Charlotte would be the greatest challenge for The Kabuki Warriors yet.

More Matches Should Be Announced Soon

There are only two more episodes for both Raw and SmackDown before TLC, so you can expect additional matches to be announced soon. Certainly, the bulk of championships will be put on the line, but it's anybody's guess who the opponents will be for the likes of Bayley, Bray Wyatt and Brock Lesnar. We'll get our answers soon enough.

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