You can’t like the lack of drama in all the major singles title divisions and the absence of a clear challenger to the Tag Team titles doesn’t help RAW either, but with an appearance from Tommy Dreamer, as well as some well-placed promo from Triple H and Stephanie McMahon, something big is bound to happen at TLC.
The show can’t be this boring anymore. Something has to be done. Sheamus’ run as WWE World Heavyweight Champion will be a transitional one, and one that id needed to ensure that Reigns can play hunter before he becomes the hunted. At the same time, there’s no tangible proof that Reigns can be the champion that the WWE needs right now either.
The end result is a whole lot of flux. With no Cesaro, Cena, Rollins or Orton, the WWE is forced to go with a youth movement. While the in-ring talent is there, the writing is so weak that it’s almost impossible to get behind the product.
The League of Nations isn’t going to be even a short-term solution.
Tyler Breeze w/Summer Rae vs. Dolph Ziggler: A wild and energetic opener that the fans in Steeltown didn’t appreciate. Breeze hit Ziggler with a variety of kicks and a Backcracker, but couldn’t put Ziggler away. After a series of Rollups and School Boys however, Ziggler got the win with a Super Kick out of nowhere.
Ryback vs. Rusev w/Lana: Ryback got the win via count-out after Lana was hurt by the ring steps and Rusev “tended” to her.
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