WWE News: Monday Night Raw Match Results and Updated TLC Lineup Card

Daniel PeragineSenior Analyst IIDecember 4, 2012

The Miz on Monday Night Raw. (Photo credit: WWE.com)
The Miz on Monday Night Raw. (Photo credit: WWE.com)

The Monday, December 3rd edition of WWE Monday Night Raw continued its strong hype towards its upcoming Tables, Ladders, and Chairs pay-per-view. Vince McMahon also made a surprise appearance on Raw, talking with Managing Supervisor Vickie Guerrero in an in-ring segment.

Below are the complete match results for Monday Night Raw:

  • Daniel Bryan and Kane defeated Titus O'Neil and Darren Young in a tag team match.
  • AJ Lee defeated Tamina in a singles match.
  • John Cena and Sheamus defeated The Big Show and Dolph Ziggler in a tag team match.
  • Damien Sandow defeated Santino in a singles match.
  • Alberto Del Rio defeated Sin Cara in a singles match.
  • Randy Orton defeated Brad Maddox in a singles match.
  • Antonio Cesaro defeated Kofi Kingston, R-Truth, and Wade Barrett in a four-way match.

Also on Monday Night Raw, WWE Champion CM Punk appeared on "Miz TV," hosted by The Miz. As Punk was taking a lie detector test for his involvement with former referee Maddox, the segment turned into a brawl when The Shield arrived to the ring, creating a stir. 

Ryback stormed to the ring and took matters into his own hands by slamming Punk through a table to close out the night.


Updated TLC pay-per-view lineup card:

With TLC approaching, a few matches have been officially set for the pay-per-view on Sunday, December 16.

Kofi Kingston (defending champion) vs. Wade Barrett for the Intercontinental Championship.

The Big Show (defending champion) vs. Sheamus in a chairs match for the World Heavyweight Championship.

Dolph Ziggler vs. John Cena in a ladder match for the Money In the Bank contract.

CM Punk (defending champion) vs. Ryback in a Tables, Ladders and Chairs Match for the WWE Championship.

The Tables, Ladders, and Chairs pay-per-view is set to take place on Sunday, December 16 at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, New York.