As always, here are some bonus questions for our readers:
Which match will steal the show?
Eric Kanes: Definitely the triple threat TLC. Those are always fun.
Geddy Cahoon: Geez… I would say Cody/Booker, but I’ll go with Punk/Miz/Del Rio. These are RAW’s top three performers. No way they won’t put on a solid, show-stealing match.
With only six matches on the card as of right now, which match should be added to the card?
Eric Kanes: There's plenty of things they could've done. A ladder match between Air Boom and Primo & Epico could've been good. Another interesting match they could've done is Sheamus vs. Daniel Bryan in a Tables match for No. 1 contendership to the World Championship. Hell, if you want, you could just have Brodus Clay make his debut on the PPV, destroying just about any midcard face. There's plenty of things they could've done but it'll likely just be a six match card with a 10 minute John Cena promo to fill up time.
Geddy Cahoon: Epico and Primo vs. Air Boom. Just throw it on there! It doesn’t need to be super-hyped. Now that Bourne’s back, the tag titles should be defended at every PPV if WWE wants the division to see a resurgence.
Do you think that TLC can top Survivor Series?
Eric Kanes: In terms of match quality, yes, it can. The triple threat TLC match should be really good while Dolph Ziggler vs. Zack Ryder, Wade Barrett vs. Randy Orton, and Cody Rhodes vs. Booker T can be decent as well. You also can't forget about Kevin Nash vs. Triple H, which can't be anything but a five star classic. In terms of hype, it's pretty much impossible, though.
Geddy Cahoon: I wasn’t too fond of Survivor Series. TLC actually has a pretty solid card to boot. However, even people within the company are wary that TLC may have the worst buy rates this year. And really, how do you follow up The Rock’s return? Perhaps from a technical standpoint in terms of match quality, TLC will top Survivor Series, but in terms of buys and just the spectacle aspect of wrestling, there’s no way to top The Rock.
Will you be ordering this PPV?
Eric Kanes: I more than likely will.
Geddy Cahoon: I’m honestly not sure. It’s Christmas time, obviously, so I don’t know if I can spare the money. It does look pretty sweet though, and I am kind of eager to see Cody vs. Booker T and the train wreck that will be Kevin Nash vs. HHH.
I’ll say no just because I think I’m Christmas shopping Sunday, and thus will probably be out of money. It does look pretty awesome though. It’s more a money issue, which is probably why WWE is worried it’s going to do so poorly. December’s a bad time for a pay-per-view.