WWE TLC 2013 Results: Best and Worst Booking Decisions from Latest PPV

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WWE TLC 2013 Results: Best and Worst Booking Decisions from Latest PPV
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In the wake of any pay-per-view event, the booking is immediately called into question.

What worked? What did not?

Why did it or did it not work?

It is no different less than 24 hours removed from the TLC pay-per-view, which saw Randy Orton defeat John Cena to become the first unified heavyweight champion in 11 years and CM Punk score an impressive victory over The Shield in a three-on-one handicap match.

Daniel Bryan once again found himself on the losing end of a major pay-per-view match, this time against the Wyatt Family in a second handicap match.

With the road to WrestleMania XXX rapidly approaching, the booking of every WWE event will be heavily scrutinized.

With that said, what were the best and worst booking decisions from Sunday night's major pay-per-view extravaganza?

Find out after the jump.

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