• Many tremendous matches have been announced for WWE TLC so far.
  • So far WWE has announced two traditional TLC matches.

WWE’s last PPV Tables, Ladders, and Chairs (TLC) is going to be in 2020. WWE TLC PPV will go live on 20 December (21 December in India). Superstars from both the Raw and SmackDown brands will participate in it. This pay-per-view is known for its TLC match, ladder match, chair match, and table match.

WWE has announced several tremendous matches for this year’s TLC, including two traditional tables, the Leaders ‘and the Cheers’ matches. It is worth noting that the matches of WWE Championship and WWE Universal Championship in TLC will be Traditional Tables, Ladders, and Chairs matches which means that there will be no lack of action in these matches.

In addition, matches have also been announced for the TLC for the WWE SmackDown Women’s Championship, the WWE Women’s Tag Team Championship. A singles match has also been announced for the last PPV of the year.

TLC means tables, ladders, and chairs and these weapons are legal as per the condition involved in matches in this PPV. TLC PPV was started in 2009 and the reason behind it was the fans who chose the right to vote instead of a street fight.

Most matches in this PPV have four conditions, the first Tables match, the second Chairs match, the third Leaders match, and the fourth Traditional Tables, Ladders, and Chairs match.

The WWE TLC 2020 till date match card is as follows:

1– Drew McIntyre (Champion) vs AJ Styles (Tables, Ladders & Chairs TLC match for WWE Championship)

2– Roman Reigns (Champion) vs Kevin Owens (Tables, Ladders and Chairs TLC match for WWE Universal Championship)

3– Nia Jax and Shaina Bazzler (Champion) vs Lana and Asuka (WWE Women’s Tag Team Championship Match)

4– Sasha Banks (Champion) vs Carmela (WWE SmackDown Women’s Championship)

5– The Fiend vs Randy Orton