WWE TLC 2012: Preview and Predictions from B/R's Evolution

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WWE TLC 2012: Preview and Predictions from B/R's Evolution
WWE TLC 2012 Promotional Poster (Courtesy of ign.com)

In mere hours, WWE will present the fourth annual TLC event live from the Barclays Center in Brooklyn for their final pay-per-view of 2012. Despite only six matches advertised for tonight's televised card, each contest looks to be enjoyable in its own right, regardless of the stipulation at hand.

Despite WWE Champion CM Punk's untimely injury, the main event of tonight's event looks as compelling as ever, as Ryback and Team Hell No do battle with The Shield in a six-man TLC tag team match.

Given the talents involved, I'm expecting an entertaining contest that will hopefully close the show.

Another highly anticipated match on the card involves Dolph Ziggler defending his Money in the Bank briefcase against John Cena in a Ladder match. Both guys have an equal opportunity to walk out with a future World Heavyweight title shot in hand, so the unpredictability of this bout has me incredibly intrigued.

As we get closer to the Road to WrestleMania, anticipation builds as three major championships will be contested on tonight's show, with two other grudges culminating as well. With the year of double digits coming to a close, who will rise above and conquer as we quickly approach the spring spectacle known as WrestleMania 29?

Here I am once again joined by the past, present and future of Bleacher Report to help me analyze tonight's electric pay-per-view with their intelligent insight on all things wrestling. 

Without further ado, please allow me to introduce the recognizable talent of SiD and and Daniel Massey, otherwise known as the Evolution of Bleacher Report (with the exception of Nate Scaccia who couldn't participate this time around), for the most jam-packed prediction article ever conducted! 

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