WWE fans should not miss a single second of the company's 2012 pay-per-view finale, TLC: Tables, Laders and Chairs. This event is filled from top to bottom with captivating matches and the most talented wrestlers in the business today and is a must-see event for every single wrestling fan out there.
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Match Card and Predictions
6-Man Tables, Ladders and Chairs Match: Team Hell No and Ryback vs. The Shield (Dean Ambrose, Seth Rollins and Roman Reigns)
Roman Reigns pins Daniel Bryan
This is easily the most enticing match on the card. Though CM Punk is nursing a knee injury following emergency surgery and he'll certainly be missed, as he is arguably the most complete wrestler in the world today, fans have been saved from a predictable match with Ryback.
Instead, we'll be treated to the in-ring debut of The Shield's young and highly talented superstars. We already know what Ryback and Team Hell No have to offer, and now we'll get to see what The Shield brings to the table.
Spoiler alert: They bring greatness.
Ladder Match for the Money in the Bank Briefcase: John Cena vs. Dolph Ziggler
Dolph Ziggler wins as Cena tends to AJ Lee.
This is Ziggler's big break. After losing to Cena twice on Raw the past few weeks, Ziggler will finally capture the biggest victory of his career.
Once you defeat Cena, you know you're going on to bigger and better things.
The Show Off is the most entertaining in-ring performer in the business today and will likely have the crowd split on Sunday, not because of fans' hatred towards Cena, but because Ziggler is that talented.
Cena has been very attentive of A.J., and after Raw last Monday, it's evident A.J. is as unstable as ever. In an attempt to help her "man," A.J. will end up being more of a distraction than anything else, which will allow Ziggler to retain the Money in the Bank briefcase.
WWE World Heavyweight Championship Chairs Match: Sheamus vs. Big Show
Big Show retains following dozens of chair shots and trademark moves.
Sheamus and Big Show, despite what many think, have been on two great pay-per-view matches and will do so again at TLC.
The continuity within this storyline has been refreshing.
As much as I would like to see Sheamus recapture the title, Big Show has been rejuvenated since October and deserves a longer run with the title.
Intercontinental Championship: Wade Barrett vs. Kofi Kingston
Kofi Kingston retains via Trouble in Paradise.
Most will agree that Wade Barrett is just biding his time until he becomes world champion. This is currently a holdover feud for him, albeit an entertaining one.
Expect a great encounter here, as both are highly skilled in-ring performers, but Barrett needs to ultimately set his sights on the world title and the Royal Rumble, so Kingston catching Barrett in the end with the Trouble in Paradise to retain the midcard title makes sense here.
United States Championship: R-Truth vs. Antonio Cesaro
Antonio Cesaro retains via The Neutralizer.
Cesaro and Truth have already put on a solid contest before on pay-per-view and will do so again.
Cesaro has more upside here with the United States championship, and his character right now depends on holding the title.
Expect a physical encounter, with Cesaro retaining.
Tables Match to Become No. 1 Contender's for Team Hell No's WWE Tag Team Titles: Rey Mysterio and Sin Cara vs. Rhodes Scholars
Rhodes Scholars win.
It has been evident that Rhodes Scholars will win this contest since it was made official on Raw this past Monday. Cody Rhodes returned ahead of schedule after suffering an injury during the team's last matchup with Team Hell No.
The storyline is clearly there, and it is still intriguing for WWE fans. Expect an exciting matchup, but the heels take this one.
'Santa's Little Helper' Battle Royal to Become No. 1 Contender for Eve's Divas Championship
Tamina Snuka wins.
A fun YouTube pre-show. It's nice to see the Divas getting some time in the spotlight here. Tamina recently returned and lost to A.J. in shocking fashion on Raw a few weeks ago.
Ultimately, we'll likely see Tamina defeat Eve for the Divas championship to set up Tamina vs. A.J. for the title.
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