In the first full week of December, WWE did a superb job of building toward their upcoming TLC event. With four new matches added to the card, the pending pay-per-view could very well be worth watching if it ultimately lives up to the hype.
We were guaranteed on this week's Raw that we will indeed have an undisputed world champion after TLC. That being said, will it be John Cena or Randy Orton who emerges victorious in unifying the titles for the first time in over a decade?
CM Punk spoke out against The Authority Monday night, leading to Stephanie McMahon placing Punk in a three-on-one handicap match against The Shield at TLC. With a singles win over Dean Ambrose under his belt, will Punk be successful in overcoming the odds at the event?
Apparently, Daniel Bryan's kidnapping lasted all of a week, as he returned to in-ring action on Raw this week, defeating Erik Rowan. However, the million-dollar question remains unanswered: Will Bryan eventually join The Wyatt Family, or will he find a way to defeat them all on his own next Sunday?
Here, I will break down the week in wrestling by analyzing the Monday Night Raw, Friday Night SmackDown and WWE Main Event broadcasts, including each show's highlights, low points and other noteworthy, monumental moments. Also, an award will be given to the show and Superstar that shined the brightest over the course of the week.