WWE TLC Results – December 13, 2014

– The 2014 WWE TLC Kickoff pre-show kicks off from the Quicken Loans Arena in Cleveland, Ohio. Renee Young is on the panel with Alex Riley, Booker T and Paul Heyman. Booker talks about how brutal TLC is. They talk about John Cena vs. Seth Rollins and Renee asks Heyman for his thoughts. Heyman reminds us he is the advocate for WWE World Heavyweight Champion Brock Lesnar. He says Lesnar has a vested interest in tonight’s main event. Renee hypes The New Day vs. Goldust and Stardust. We go backstage to Tom Phillips in the social media lounge and he reveals Dolph Ziggler will be answering fan questions on Twitter. We go to a commercial.

– Renee hypes Dean Ambrose vs. Bray Wyatt and we get a video. We go backstage to The Miz and Damien Sandow. Naomi tells Miz she doesn’t trust him and will make it on her own without his help. Miz says he knows he’s talking to Naomi’s husband, not her. He rips Jimmy Uso and talks about getting her a deal with a music producer. He says his wife isn’t jealous but Jimmy will always be. Miz says the music deal will not be on the table after tonight but he wants Naomi’s help keeping his titles. She’s not interested. Miz promises if he wins tonight, she wins tonight. He walks off. We get more talk from the panel and come back from another commercial. They discuss the Stairs Match with Big Show and Erick Rowan. Riley breaks down the anatomy of the steel stairs with graphics. Heyman says he doesn’t know much about Rowan and is concerned for him. We go backstage to Tom Phillips in the social media lounge. He’s with Ziggler and they answer some fan questions on what Dolph thought of Sting’s WWE debut and if he ever has his sights on the WWE World Heavyweight Title. Ziggler says one day he would love to be champion and get a shot at Brock Lesnar. Ziggler talks about getting the Intercontinental Title back tonight and says he’s going to set the bar.

The New Day vs. Goldust and Stardust

We go to the ring to Michael Cole, JBL and Jerry Lawler. Kofi Kingston, Big E and Xavier Woods make their way out first. Stardust and Goldust are out next. It’s Big E and Kofi Kingston competing for The New Day.

Kofi and Goldust start off with some back and forth. Big E comes in and Goldust ends up on the floor. Stardust comes in with his new neon paint and gets a pop. They lock up and Big E slams him. Big E with more offense and another 2 count. Kofi tags in for some double teaming and a 2 count. Goldust and Stardust end up on the floor. Kofi runs the ropes and Big E launches him out onto the heels. Stardust comes back in for a 1 count by Big E. Stardust turns it around and stomps on Goldust before tagging in Goldust. Goldust with a running boot and a 2 count. Stardust comes back in to go at it with Big E but gets caught charging in the corner. Kofi tags in and unloads on Stardust. Kofi hits the Boom Drop.

Kofi goes to the top but gets knocked off. Goldust tags in and throws Kofi into the barrier. Goldust talks trash to Big E now. Goldust brings it back in and tags in Stardust for some double teaming. More quick tags between Stardust and Goldust as they keep control of Kofi. Big E finally tags in and unloads on both. He hits a double spear in the corner and tosses Stardust across the ring. Big E runs the ropes and splashes Stardust. Goldust stops The Big Ending on Stardust but gets sent to the floor. Stardust nails Big E from behind for a 2 count but Kofi breaks the pin. Stardust and Goldust double team Big E but Kofi tags himself in. He pulls Goldust to the floor and they hit the double team finisher on Stardust for the win.

Winners: Kofi Kingston and Big E

– After the match, The New Day celebrates in the ring.

– The panel talks about tonight’s Divas Title Match before we get another break. The panel talks about tonight’s Chairs Match with Kane vs. Ryback. Heyman says Ryback hurts people and others don’t want to get in the ring with him. We come back from a commercial and Renee reveals that Ziggler vs. Harper will open tonight’s pay-per-view. We get a promo for Rollins vs. Cena next. Renee confirms Lesnar will defend his title at the Royal Rumble. We get more hype for the pay-per-view and that’s it for the pre-show.

WWE TLC PPV

– The 2014 WWE TLC pay-per-view kicks off with a video package. We go right to the ring for tonight’s Ladder Match.

Ladder Match for the WWE Intercontinental Title: Dolph Ziggler vs. Luke Harper

The arena is filled with ladders as Lilian Garcia explains the rules. Dolph Ziggler comes out first to a big hometown pop. WWE Intercontinental Champion Luke Harper is out next to some boos.

Lilian does formal introduction and Ziggler gets the huge pop when Cleveland is mentioned. They go at it and counter each other. Ziggler misses a superkick. They both go out of the ring for ladders. Ziggler gets sent flying into ladders and then over the barrier into the timekeeper’s area. Harper stands a ladder up in the ring and climbs for the title. Ziggler runs in and tips it over but Harper lands on his feet and nails a big boot. Harper bridges a ladder between the apron and the barrier. He goes to powerbomb Ziggler on it but Ziggler slides out. Ziggler charges and Harper drops him on the floor with a big sideslam. Harper with a ladder shot now. Harper stands another ladder up under the belt as fans chant for Ziggler.

Ziggler cuts him off but Harper ends up pushing a ladder over on top of Ziggler. Harper slaps Ziggler in the corner now. Harper charges and slams a ladder into Ziggler’s head. Harper with another ladder shot to the face in the corner. Harper lays a ladder on Ziggler in the corner and charges but Ziggler pushes it into him and Harper goes down. Harper takes back control and kicks Ziggler from the top to the floor. Harper smiles as he sends Ziggler back to the floor and a ladder. Harper runs the rope but dives out into a ladder that Ziggler put in the way. Harper falls very hard onto another ladder that I don’t think he knew was there. Harper landed on his arm on the ladder and appears to be hurt. They come back in and Harper stops Ziggler from grabbing the title by pushing the ladder over.

Harper takes back control. He goes to powerbomb Ziggler on top of a ladder but Ziggler slides out and dropkicks Harper. Harper falls on the ladder. Ziggler goes for the Fame-asser but Harper catches him. Harper powerbombs Ziggler onto a ladder that was bridged in the corner. Harper with another big ladder shot before he pushes Ziggler out of the ring. Ziggler’s forehead is busted open due to Harper catapulting him under the bottom rope where a ladder was waiting. Trainers come out to bandage Ziggler’s face up. Harper climbs for the title and Ziggler brushes the doctor away. Ziggler stops Harper and they trade shots up high. The ladder falls and they both hit the mat.

Harper brings it back in and goes to powerbomb Ziggler onto a ladder but Ziggler turns it into a facebuster and drops Harper face first into the steel. Ziggler stands a ladder up and climb for the title. Harper stops him and pulls him off but Ziggler turns it into a big DDT from up high. Harper swings a ladder while Ziggler uses one as a shield from the corner. Ziggler comes down to the mat and Harper drops him with a ladder shot to the head. Ziggler blocks another ladder shot and superkicks Harper down. Ziggler runs with a ladder and decks Harper onto a ladder that is still bridged from the apron to the announce table. Ziggler climbs for the title but Harper recovers. Ziggler gets his hands on the title but Harper pushes the ladder over and Ziggler lands bad on the ropes. Fans chant “this is awesome” as Harper gets to his feet and stands a ladder up.

Ziggler uses one ladder to get to the ladder that Harper stood up and Harper goes down. Ziggler climbs for the title but Harper nails him from behind. Harper stands a ladder up beside the one that Ziggler is hanging onto. Ziggler superkicks Harper to the mat and fans pop. Ziggler grabs the title for the win.

Winner and New WWE Intercontinental Champollion: Dolph Ziggler

– After the match, Ziggler celebrates with the hometown crowd.

– We get a Tribute to the Troops promo from Florida Georgia Line.

WWE Tag Team Title Match: The Usos vs. Damien Sandow and The Miz

Back to the ring and out first comes The Usos. WWE Tag Team Champions The Miz and Damien Sandow are out next to a good pop from Miz’s hometown crowd. We get a look back at Miz talking to Naomi on the pre-show.

The Miz starts off with Jey Uso. They trade pin attempts and holds. Jimmy Uso tags in and Miz goes running. Jimmy chases him around the ring and Miz gets the upperhand when they come back in. Uso tackles Miz and unloads on him. Uso with big chops now. Jey comes back in with a double suplex and they hold him in the air while Sandow does a head stand on the apron. Miz gets sent to the floor and Sandow jumps out with him. We see Naomi watching backstage as Uso leaps out onto the champions. Jey and Miz go at it in the ring but Miz takes control. Fans chant for Sandow to get tagged in. Miz teases the tag but doesn’t and gets booed by his hometown. Uso rolls Miz up for a 2 count. Miz turns it back around with a headlock.

Jey finally drops Miz with an enziguri. Jimmy gets the tag and unloads on Miz. Jimmy hits the Samoan Drop and goes for a Rikishi splash but Sandow sits down in the opposite corner of Miz. Uso runs and hits the splash on Miz and goes to hit it on Sandow but he rolls out. Uso turns around to a kick from Miz for a 2 count. Uso blocks the running clothesline from Miz and backslides him for a 2 count. Uso comes off the top and knocks Miz down but Sandow breaks the pin. Jey tosses Sandow out of the ring but catches a Skull Crushing Finale. Jimmy and Miz trade holds. He blocks the Figure Four. Jimmy applies a submission on the leg now. Miz gets to the bottom rope. Miz with a cheap shot. Uso blocks a Skull Crushing Finale and nails a superkick. Uso goes up high for a splash but Miz rolls out of the ring. They grab the titles and go to walk out. Uso runs and leaps out of the ring but Miz pushes Sandow in the way. Miz decks Jimmy with a Slammy Award and we get the disqualification.

Winners by DQ: The Usos

– After the bell, Uso catches another shot with the Slammy. Miz and Sandow get dueling reaction from the crowd as they make their exit.

– Byron Saxton is backstage with Seth Rollins, Joey Mercury and Jamie Noble. Rollins dedicates his win over John Cena tonight to Stephanie McMahon and Triple H. He says tonight, Cena will pay for Sting’s actions at Survivor Series. Rollins says he will stop at nothing until Cena brings The Authority back.

Stairs Match: Big Show vs. Erick Rowan

Cole goes over the anatomy of steel stairs before Big Show makes his way out. Erick Rowan is out next to almost no reaction. They start off and go right to the floor. Show scoop slams Rowan on the floor and talks trash to fans.

Show whips Rowan into steps and takes him in the ring. Show goes to bring some steps in the ring but Rowan runs and kicks them into Show, knocking him back on the floor. Rowan grabs the stairs and rams them into Show’s head, knocking him down. Rowan makes a 7 foot wall of stairs but Show cuts him off before he can do anything with it. Show works Rowan over and whips him over the barrier. Show brings one piece of stairs in the ring and sets another one on top of the announcers table. Rowan runs over but Sow decks him and whips him into other steps at ringside. A “Big Show sucks” chant breaks out. Show grabs part of the steps and rams them into Rowan’s gut. Show grabs the steps off the announcers table and pushes it in the ring.

Show brings Rowan back in the ring and slams part of the stairs on his back. Show sets part of the stairs on the second rope in the corner. Rowan tries to fight back but Show sends him into the steps that were in the corner. Show runs Rowan back into the steps in the corner. Rowan turns around to a big clothesline. Show looks to chokeslam Rowan on the steps but Rowan fight him and scoop slams Show onto them. Rowan grabs part of the stairs and goes to the second rope with them. He jumps down to hit Show but Show rolls out of the way. It looks like the edge of the stairs caught part of Show’s back. Rowan got caught in the face by the stairs bouncing and he goes to the floor. Show follows and tackles Rowan through the big wall of stairs that Rowan made earlier. They’re both laid out in the middle of a bunch of stairs as we get replays.

They come back in and Show grabs part of the stairs. Rowan runs and kicks it into him. Show grabs Rowan and chokeslams him on top of the stairs. Show hits the knockout punch and covers for a pin but tops. He grabs part of the stairs and uses those to trap Rowan on the mat and then gets the pin.

Winner: Big Show

– After the match, Show walks straight to the back as Rowan recovers and we go to replays.

– We get a promo for tonight’s Tables Match.

Tables Match: Seth Rollins vs. John Cena

We go to the ring and Lilian Garcia introduces Paul Heyman. Heyman walks out and will apparently be watching this match from ringside. Seth Rollins is out first with Joey Mercury and Jamie Noble. John Cena is out next to a big mixed reaction.

They go at it and Cena hits the bulldog early on. Mercury gets on the apron and Cena turns back around to Rollins taking control. Rollins works Cena into the corner now. Rollins beats Cena down in the corner and talks trash as Heyman looks on. Cena comes out of the other corner with a big clothesline. Cena brings a table from under the ring and stares down The Stooges. Cena goes in the ring but The Stooges pull the table out. Rollins takes advantage of the distraction and starts stomping on Cena. Cena turns it around on the floor and brings another table in. The Stooges try to pull it out and have a tug-of-war with Cena. He pushes them back into the barrier and Rollins attacks from behind. Rollins lays a table over the top rope but Cena comes back with right hands. Cena goes to powerbomb Rollins through the table but The Stooges run in, push the table out of the ring and hit a cheap shot. Rollins takes back control.

Rollins brings another table into the ring and angles it in the corner. Rollins stomps away on Cena in the corner now. Cena comes back with shoulder tackles and the big slam. Cena hits the Five Knuckle Shuffle. He goes for the Attitude Adjustment but The Stooges run in and beat Cena down. They triple team Cena now. They go to do the triple powerbomb through a table but Cena fights them all off. He decks Noble from behind on the ramp. Rollins runs over but Cena sends him into a ladder. Cena grabs a metal barrier and runs it into Noble and then Mercury. Cena drops Rollins with it also. Cena grabs Noble and suplexes him on top of the metal barrier. Rollins runs over and hits Cena. Cena fights off Mercury and Rollins, stumbling back to the ring. Mercury slams Cena into a table and ladder. Mercury beats Cena back to ringside now. Rollins and Mercury continue the assault on Cena.

They try to run a table into Cena but he ducks and they break it in half on the ring post. Cena fights them off and sends Mercury flying over into the timekeeper’s area. Cena and Rollins go at it. Rollins launches Cena into the barrier at ringside ad he goes down. Rollins sets up two tables at ringside. Rollins goes to suplex Cena from the ring to the tables at ringside but Cena blocks and suplexes Rollins into the ring. They trade shots in the middle of the ring now. Cena counters and drops Rollins on his face. They get to their feet and struggle. Cena launches Rollins over the top rope to the floor. Cena pushes a table in the ring but turns around to a briefcase shot from Rollins. They come in and Rollins beats on Cena with the briefcase.

Rollins raises the case and goes to set another table up. Rollin goes to do the Five Knuckle Shuffle and mocks Cena but Cena kicks him in the face and goes for an AA through the tale. The referee goes down. Rollins lands on his feet from the AA and drops Cena with a big kick. Cena lands on the table. Rollins goes to the top for a Curb Stomp through the tale but Cena comes to and cuts Rollins off. Cena goes for a second rope AA through the table and nails it for the win. But the referee is still down. The Stooges rush the ring and beat Cena down. They push the broken table out of the ring to get rid of the evidence. Cena ends up putting The Stooges through a table. Rollin come back and they fight on the apron. The two tables from earlier are still set up on the floor. They brawl on the apron and both go through the tables on the floor at the same time. We get the bell.

After the bell, The Stooges pull Rollins to safety as we go to replays. It looks like they both hit the tables at the same time. There are three referees in the ring discussing the finish now. One referee raises Cena’s arm and the other raises Rollins’ arm. The senior referee puts both arms down and restarts the match. They go at it and to the floor. Rollins dives out onto Cena and tears apart the announcers table. Cena comes back and slams Rollins on the table but it doesn’t break. Michael Cole has apparently gone down. Rollins and Cena are down.

Cena brings a table into the ring and angles it in the corner. Cole is back on commentary after flopping hard. Big Show comes walking out. He enters the ring and hits Cena in the gut. Show beats on Cena and smiles. Show calls for a chokeslam but Roman Reigns’ music hits. Reigns hits the ring through the crowd and goes at it with Show. He ends up spearing Show through a table and hitting a Superman punch on Rollins. Cena takes advantage and put Rollins through a able for the win.

Winner: John Cena

– After the match, Cena and Heyman exchange looks. Cena vs. Lesnar for the WWE World Heavyweight Title is now official for the Royal rumble. Cena makes his exit after celebrating and we go to a quick plug for the Royal Rumble. We come back to the announcers with talk for Cena vs. Lesnar.

– We get a look back at the pre-show and go back to the panel for some talk on tonight’s show.

– Byron Saxton is backstage with The Bella Twins. Nikki Bella disses AJ Lee. Brie Bella says she’s tired of people talking about them having problems in the past. She says blood is thicker than water and someone like AJ will never come in between that. They walk off.

WWE Divas Title Match: AJ Lee vs. Nikki Bella

We go to the ring and out comes AJ Lee. WWE Divas Champion Nikki Bella is out next with Brie.

They go to lock up but Nikki ducks and goes to the floor. She does push-ups and warms up some. She comes in and AJ sends her right back out. AJ follows and drops Brie. She brings Nikki back in and sends her into the corner. Nikki whips AJ into the opposite corner but runs into knees. Nikki drops AJ for a 2 count. Nikki takes control now.

Nikki slams AJ by her hair and beats her around for several minutes. Nikki with a 2 count before keeping her grounded in a hold. AJ gets part of the Black Widow applied out of nowhere but Nikki rams her back into the corner. Nikki charges but AJ counters and rolls Nikki up for 2. They both go down after colliding with clotheslines in the middle of the ring. AJ comes back with a Thesz Press and a neckbreaker for a 2 count. AJ keeps control and nails a tornado DDT for another 2 count as Brie cheers Nikki on.

Nikki counters AJ and drops her on her front for a 2 count. Nikki lifts AJ but AJ counters and slams Nikki for a 2 count. AJ hits the Shining Wizard for a 2 count as Brie puts Nikki’s foot on the ropes. The referee see this and sends Brie to the back. AJ yells at Brie and turns around to Nikki spraying something in her eyes. Nikki tucks the spray in her boot as the referee turns around. Nikki hits the Rack Attack for the win.

Winner: Nikki Bella

– Roman Reigns is backstage with Tom Phillips. Reigns says he told us he was coming back and he made an impact. Reigns says he will be in the Royal Rumble match and what he did last year will be nothing compared to what he does this year.

Chairs Match: Ryback vs. Kane

We go to the ring and out first is Kane. Ryback is out next to a pop.

They go at it to start. Ryback hits a Thesz Press and slams Kane’s head into the mat. Ryback with a splash and a big powerslam. Ryback with more slams before going to work on Kane with a steel chair. Ryback lays the chair on Kane and goes to the top. Ryback jumps down with a splash but Kane counters with the chair and Ryback hurts himself. Kane drops Ryback face first on a chair that was in the corner. Kane with big right hands now. Ryback tries to fight out of the corner but Kane hits him with a chair. Kane goes to suplex Ryback on a chair but Ryback blocks him. Kane kicks the leg out and DDT’s Ryback on a chair for a 2 count.

Kane keeps control and goes for another pin attempt. A “boring” chant tries to start up in the crowd. Kane sets a chair up and knocks Ryback into it sitting down. Kane runs over him with a big boot. Kane with another 2 count. Kane with a splash in the corner. He goes for another but Ryback hits a belly to belly suplex. Kane comes back and works Ryback over with a chair. Kane whacks Ryback with the chair over and over again.

Kane throws several more chairs into the ring. Kane goes for a chokeslam but it’s blocked. Ryback slams Kane into the chairs that were set up in the middle of the ring. Fans start a “feed me more” chant now. Ryback beats Kane over and over with a chair now. Fans chant as Ryback goes for the Meathook clothesline but Kane meet him with a huge chair shot to the face. Kane hits a chokeslam for a close 2 count. They tangle and Ryback hits the Meathook. Ryback goes for Shellshocked and hits it for the win.

Winner: Ryback

– Ryback celebrates in the ring as we go to a commercial.

WWE United States Title Match: Jack Swagger vs. Rusev

We go to the ring and out comes Lana with WWE United States Champion Rusev. She starts talking but is immediately interrupted by the music. Jack Swagger comes out to a pop and is ready to fight. They go at it and Swagger slams Rusev on his ankle.

Swagger brings Rusev back in and works on the ankle. Rusev goes to the floor for a breather. They come back in and Swagger nails a clothesline after ducking one. Swagger with a splash in the corner. Rusev avoids a Swagger Bomb. Swagger catches a superkick and turns it into a Patriot Lock but Rusev goes into the Accolade. Swagger gets to the bottom rope but Rusev pulls him back to the middle of the ring and applies the hold again. Swagger looks to be passing out in the hold. He finally gets to his feet with Rusev on his back but falls on the mat. Swagger goes for the Patriot Lock and gets it locked in.

They end up on the floor and Rusev drops Swagger with a big superkick. They come back in and Rusev nails another big kick. Rusev applies the Accolade for the win as the referee calls for the bell.

Winner: Rusev

– After the match, Rusev and Lana pose as the Russian flag drops down over the ring. We go to replays with Rusev yelling.

– We get a promo for tonight’s main event.

TLC Match: Bray Wyatt vs. Dean Ambrose

We go to the ring and out comes Dean Ambrose for tonight’s Table, Ladders & Chairs main event. Bray Wyatt is out next in new gear but Ambrose leaps out of the ring and they start brawling back up the entrance. Ambrose kicks Wyatt back towards the ring and they enter. Wyatt goes out the other side but Ambrose dives out onto him.

Ambrose sends Wyatt over the barrier and leaps off the table onto him. They fight through the crowd now. They fight near the pre-show panel and Wyatt whips Ambrose into a barricade. Ambrose leaps off another table and takes Wyatt out. They fight back to ringside and Ambrose wails away with a steel chair. Ambrose tosses chairs into the ring now. He hits Wyatt with headbutts and a right hand. Ambrose stands a table up on the floor. He pulls kendo sticks from under the ring and brings them in. Wyatt sits on his knees and goes for a chair but Ambrose hits him with a kendo stick. Ambrose unload with the stick and hits the leg sweep. Ambrose comes off the second rope with a chair and hits Wyatt. Ambrose sits a chair up, puts Wyatt in it and drives a kendo stick into Wyatt’s throat. Ambrose goes to the top but Wyatt knocks him off, sending him through a table that was set up on the floor.

Wyatt hits Ambrose with part of the table frame and brings him back in the ring for a 2 count. Wyatt with kendo stick shots now. They brawl and Wyatt sends Ambrose face first into the end of a kendo stick in the corner. Ambrose sells an eye injury as Wyatt covers for 2. Wyatt stomps on Ambrose now. Wyatt brings a step ladder into the ring. He runs over Ambrose with it. Wyatt drops Ambrose back first onto the ladder and splashes him. Wyatt pins Ambrose for another 2 count. Wyatt with more kendo stick shots. Wyatt whips Ambrose into a ladder that was standing in the corner. Wyatt talks trash and charges but Ambrose moves and Wyatt hits the ladder.

Ambrose comes back and sends Wyatt into a ladder. Ambrose goes on and hits a bulldog. Ambrose comes off the top with a big right hand for a 2 count. Ambrose with a chair shot to the gut. Ambrose runs and dropkicks Wyatt while he’s tied in the ropes on the apron. Ambrose leg drops Wyatt face first into a chair and covers for a 2 count. Ambrose gets hype and goes for Dirty Deeds but it’s blocked. Wyatt goes for Sister Abigail but that’s blocked. Wyatt comes back with a monster clothesline for a 2 count. They go to the floor and Wyatt rolls Ambrose in. Ambrose bounces right back with a clothesline on the floor.

They fight back up the entrance way where ladders and tables are stacked. Ambrose drops Wyatt onto a table and climbs up a ladder. Ambrose drops down with a big elbow and puts Wyatt through the table as a “holy shit” chant starts up. Ambrose with more right hands. He brings another table over and puts Wyatt on top of it. Ambrose climbs up the taller ladder and puts Wyatt through another table with another big elbow drop. Referrers check on both men as a “one more time” chant starts up. Ambrose brings Wyatt back to the ring and rolls him in. Ambrose falls to the floor and appears to be in pain. He comes in but Wyatt nails Sister Abigail for a close 2 count.

Wyatt goes for Sister Abigail again but it’s blocked with a roll up for 2. Wyatt charges but Ambrose moves and Wyatt runs head first into a ladder in the corner. Ambrose nails Dirty Deeds for a 2 count. Ambrose rolls out of the ring and clutches his ribs in pain but laughs. He brings a small TV from under the ring and sees himself on it. Ambrose notices something and walks up to the stage where the tallest ladders are. He brings the ladder back to the ring and stands it up at ringside. Ambrose makes the Spanish announce team get up and takes apart their table. He turns around to chair shots from Wyatt.

Wyatt goes to drive a chair into Ambrose’s throat but Ambrose fights him and drives a chair into Wyatt’s throat instead. Ambrose climbs the taller ladder while Wyatt is on the Spanish announce table. Ambrose leaps down with a massive elbow drop from up high and they both go through the table. Fans chant “holy shit” as officials check on Wyatt and Ambrose. A big “this is awesome” chant starts up. Ambrose punches Wyatt while they’re both laying on the ground. Ambrose finally gets Wyatt back into the ring. Ambrose grabs the TV again and charges with it but is stopped because the cord is plugged up. He tries to run with it again but it explodes in his face.

Ambrose can’t see due to the explosion. Wyatt grabs him and nails Sister Abigail for the win.

Winner: Bray Wyatt

– After the match, trainers come in to check on Ambrose as we go to replays. We come back to Wyatt throwing things as he makes his exit and TLC goes off the air.

  • TJ Mack

    One thing that bugs me about this ppv is the fact that no matter if its a chairs match, ladder match, tables match or a tlc match you can use any weapon in any of them anyway they’re all essentially no dq matches.

    Also what is dean ambrose an bray wyatt gonna climb the ladder for?

    • tj

      you do realize the point of a TLC match isnt to climb the ladder, its to beat the sh*t out our opponent with tables, ladders and chairs

      • TJ Mack

        TLC matches always had the same rule as a ladder match did. But my point still stands

        • tj

          so you stand on the point that you dont understand the match? you must be a john cena fan

          • TJ Mack

            I never said i didn’t understand the match. If you’re not gonna pay attention to what i said and meant then don’t reply to me. An for the record ive never liked cena, not that it means anything.

          • TJ Mack

            My point was they’re all basically no dq matches. TLC matches were usually matches in which you climbed for something like a ladder match. That’s it.

    • ThatGuy

      Perhaps they’ll be climbing the ladder for a bag of freetos, or maybe a stuffed turtle.

      • TJ Mack

        Sounds good to me lol

      • BPods ♪♪

        What the hell are freetos?

        • ThatGuy

          Freetos are Fritos, only with more freedom.

    • RobW

      It’s just for pin, with the use of tables ladders and chairs

  • Arvind

    It’s not even over yet, but I knew the Harper-Ziggler ladder match would be great. Harper is arguably the most talented member of the Wyatt Family in the ring

    • TJ Mack

      I think bray is alot better, more charisma, great mic work, plays character really well and is a great wrestler. Harpers a bit stale, despite his good in ring ability

      • TJ Mack

        Also, bray will beat ambrose tonight. My prediction

        • Arvind

          Result doesn’t matter. I’m happy they’re getting to Main Event the PPV. Must have been HHH’s idea. He just does so much right.

          • TJ Mack

            Yeah bray wyatt is hhh’s pet project but he said bray evolved the character by himself. I think he’s done an awesome job

          • Arvind

            Wyatt is great and all but gets really repetitive at times. Ambrose on the other hand is star material. There’s a guy they can safely promote as the next top heel/face/whatever without any hesitation.

          • TJ Mack

            There’s only so much you can do with Ambrose character though. I’m not bashing the guy because i think they’re both awesome but ambrose can draw more from the fans therefore for that reason i think its brays to win. A loss for bray really wouldn’t make sense an a loss for ambrose won’t harm him that much

          • Arvind

            That’s the beauty of Ambrose. Ambrose is yet to win a PPV match as a singles competitor yet his credibility has barely taken a hit. I do feel Wyatt does need this win though.

          • TJ Mack

            Put it this way, a loss for bray will definitely hurt his credibility. He’ll just come across as weak

          • Arvind

            See, people like you, me and Triple H can think logically like this. Vince on the other hand…

          • TJ Mack

            I know what you mean, some things that happen in wwe sometimes really don’t make sense from a business standpoint. Seth Rollins for example, orton will come back to kick his ass an further damage seth rollins as a top draw because he keeps losing

  • Andres Cortez

    I don’t like the fact that nikki bella just cheated in that divas title match.

    • Jarryd

      That’s what Heel’s do

    • tj

      id rather watch paint dry then diva wrestling – its a total bathroom break match –

      • Andres Cortez

        id do the same thing.

  • TJ Mack

    Kane definitely has gotten pale an fatter over the years…

    • Larry Brown

      Hes what 47? Its hard to stay in great shape when youre almost 50.

      • Ryan Williams

        Vince manages to stay in shape and he is older

        • Mondo

          Vince isn’t working the ring every night of the week and taking bumps. He is hitting the gym and the tanning salon.

      • TJ Mack

        I dunno about that! Goldie Hawn looked amazing in the movie ‘Death Becomes Her’ an she was 47 in that

  • Andres Cortez

    fuck bray wyatt. I bet dean ambrose will beat him.

  • Andres Cortez

    I fucking hate rusev! Why don’t he just lose ALREADY!!!!!

    • TJ Mack

      He will at wrestlemania to cena

      • Mondo

        Would actually love to see Rusev go over Cena at Mania and then go on to challenge Roman Reigns for the WHC that he will be winning from Lesnar. Then Reigns can be the person to finally pin Rusev. Don’t get me wrong, I’m not a Reigns fanboy but if they are going to push him to the stars they might as well do it properly.

        • TJ Mack

          I’d love to see him go over cena too but i can’t see his undefeated streak happening past mania and reigns is already being pushed enough don’t you think? Superstar of the year for going rooaaarr everytime you see him, he’s scheduled to win the rumble an beat lesnar at mania.

          Get used to that roar, its gonna be around for years

          • Mondo

            Haha, I agree. I knew he would win superstar of the year even though he has done nothing but roar. I hope he manages to become the superstar that WWE seems to think he will be.
            Cena beating Rusev would be a waste but it looks like it is what’s going to happen. I think Ambrose would be a good call. Let him finally in a singles PPV match.

    • ATLANTIS

      Because he’s a monster heel. Monster heels get fed to Cena

      • RReigns121314

        Cena can suck on Vince’s you know what for all I care!

    • Kifo Kongstin

      WWE keeps pushing Rusev so that he cannot be pinned or forced to submit. His only loses have been by count-out and DQ.

  • Paul Petit-Frere

    Thank God Nikki retained. AJ is out of chances now. Finally WWE does something right,

  • Nickfab88

    Is it in Dean Ambrose’s contract that he can’t win a match?

    • tj

      YES

  • d3stroy3r

    NXT REvolution is still the Best Wrestling Show of 2014

  • Guest

    Cena wins and Reign’s return is announced weeks before the Royal Rumble, and ruins any kind of surprise, even if it was expected anyway. WWE will never learn.

    • Mondo

      It has been well noted all along how long Reigns was out for and when he was due to return. Why would they keep him out for a month longer than they needed to when they want to build him into the next face of the company. Reigns winning the rumble is no surprise so why keep him out until then. Everyone would just cry that it was predictable when he returned and wins so they HAVE learned.

  • bakayaro_konoyaro666

    I’m so fucking sick of Ambrose losing over and over again. Rusev is boring. The bellas have no talent. Cena is still fuck boy bucket head. Reigns is trash and doesn’t deserve half of that shit that’s been handed to him. I’m sick of them treating cesaro like crap. I’m sick of big show. I find it funny how Ryback gets opportunity after opportunity and guys like dolph have to do everything in their power to stay relevant. I’M A NXT FAN.wwe can take their product and stick it up vince’s dead father’s ass.

  • pancho

    I still have not seen the PPV. Will watch tonight but sounds like Ziggler/Harper stole the show. No surprise there. Thats what Ziggler does and Harper is just as good as Ziggler in-ring. Just need to perfect his character.

    So, it sounds like this PPV fell considerably short of the NXT show. But really, no surprise there either as NXT is literally better in all aspects. At this point, what does Raw/Smackdown do better? Really. Nothing. The only thing making the WWE title more prestigous than the NXT title is the man holding the strap … Brock.

    • RReigns121314

      Roman Reigns returns!

      • pancho

        Im not a fan. Hopefully he has worked on his promos.

        • RReigns121314

          That’s ashame

          • pancho

            His promos are a shame sometimes, yes.

          • RReigns121314

            His interview promo last night was a shame. Yes I’ll give you that.

          • pancho

            I don’t dislike him. He just isn’t one of my favorites. He has a lot of potential tho.

          • pancho

            Have not seen the PPV yet. So, I will reserve judgement on that promo until I see it. But, if the guy can’t cut a promo then he will not be the next Cena.

          • RReigns121314

            Time will tell!

  • Jesse Reid

    TLC was actually pretty damn good. Maybe NXT should have a card like they did this week every single week. You could tell that the superstars were hell bent on putting on a damn good show and that’s what they did.

  • Michael Duberry

    Another horribly weak main event ending. That was really the best thing they could come up with? It left a really bad taste in my mouth.

    Ziggler vs Harper, Rollins vs Cena were both brilliant, as was Wyatt vs Ambrose until that ending.

    I was excited to see Roman Reigns back, then came that train wreck of a promo backstage afterwards. Clearly needs more acting lessons.

  • Kifo Kongstin

    WE ARE THE NEW DAY !!!!!

  • Kifo Kongstin

    How many frickin’ times do we have to watch Jack Swagger get his ass whooped by Rusev? This makes 5 times now.

  • Kifo Kongstin

    Fuck $ 9.99. I watched TLC PPV for $ 0.00.

  • Creature_of_the_Night

    The show had no blade jobs?

    Meh

    Not interested