WWE TLC 2019: Tables, Ladders & Chairs – Wyatt faces the Miz while Reigns takes on Corbin
WWE TLC 2019: Tables, Ladders & Chairs preview, predictions and match card: The final pay-per-view from WWE for 2019 is all set with some huge matches and intriguing storylines.
Ahead of the PPV, seven matches have been confirmed till now but more could be added before the show starts.
WWE is notorious for making last minutes changes, but here are the predictions for the matches at TLC 2019.
TLC 2019 predictions and match card
Aleister Black vs Buddy Murphy
Black and Murphy have been impressive in recent weeks as both have picked up squash wins.
The pair should put up an exciting clash and the rivalry has been simmering since Murphy knocked on Black for a battle.
Both wrestlers don’t give an inch in the ring, and this could be one of the best fights of the night.
Prediction: Black beats Murphy
Raw tag team title match: The Viking Raiders issue open challenge
Although there is some uncertainty over who could face the Viking Raiders for the Raw tag titles, the challengers have to be the Street Profits.
Montez Ford and Angelo Dawkins were slowly brought into Raw but they are one of the best in the ring. They are great on the microphone too and seeing them come out and challenge the Raiders will be cool.
The two teams did very well in the previous episode, and it won’t be a surprise if the Profits pick up the win.
Prediction: Profits beat Raiders to win titles
SmackDown tag team title match: The New Day vs The Revival (Ladder Match)
The Revival will get a shot at the tag titles in a ladder match on Sunday. They interfered in the New Day’s match against King Corbin and Dolph Ziggler on Friday, and that was perfect to set up this feud.
Scott Dawson and Dash Wilder could be set for another title reign but the New Day should keep the titles.
Prediction: New Day beat Revival to keep titles
Women’s tag team title match: The Kabuki Warriors vs Becky Lynch and Charlotte (TLC Match)
This could be a great battle between four of the best in the business. Asuka and Kairi Sane have been incredible as The Kabuki Warriors, and their heel turn certainly has brought out their A-game.
The pairing of Lynch and Charlotte is great on paper too, but they have had their differences in the past.
Lynch has held two titles in the past and could do the same after TLC too.
Prediction: Lynch and Flair beat Kabuki Warriors to win titles
Rusev vs Lashley (Tables Match)
I haven’t been the biggest fan of this storyline involving Lana, but it keeps on going for some reason.
Hopefully, we see a quality match between Rusev and Lashley, and for the sake of this storyline. I hope Rusev wins and ends the suffering.
Not to forget, Lana will play a role here and she could end up distracting Lashley instead of helping him.
Prediction: Rusev beats Lashley
Roman Reigns vs King Corbin (TLC Match)
Corbin and Reigns have been going at each other even before Survivor Series. The rivalry has continued with the King actually doing a great job as a hell.
Reigns looked strong in the previous week when he bailed out Kofi Kingston, but the entire dog food segment hasn’t worked for me.
Dolph Ziggler could also play a part in this TLC clash (since it is No DQ) but Reigns should come out with the win.
Prediction: Reigns beats Corbin
Bray Wyatt vs The Miz
It would have been great if the Universal title was on the line but Wyatt has continued his mind games with the Miz.
He ‘entered’ The Miz’s home last time on SmackDown and targetted his wife and child too. The Miz seems ready for the fight and it could bring out the inner animal in the A-Lister.
The interesting point here is that Wyatt won’t fight (or isn’t expected to) as The Fiend. He can be given a loss as this is his other persona while The Fiend remains the terror he is.
It would also show that Wyatt is human after all, and could be targeted later on in this persona.
Prediction: The Miz beats Wyatt