12/04/2016 07:15:30 PM
|Photo credts: Forbes|
It's that time of the year where Christmas is served here at WWE the barbaric way – as similar to what they called Demolition Derby. Though there is a Roadblock PPV after this one, let's say this is SmackDown's last chance to end the year with a bang as the blue-branded program will stage their exclusive event called TLC – that is Tables, Ladders, and Chairs, ladies and gentlemen.
Six matches were about to be slated in the special.
Kalisto and Baron Corbin had been in the heating rivalry a la David vs. Goliath for too long. And frankly, this one seems going nowhere. So to settle their feud in a chairs match might be the end of everything (hopefully). However, with Corbin groomed as one of the perennial heels, I'd rather see the underdog winning it just like how he snatched the US Championship from Alberto del Rio ten months ago.
Another rivalry that has been going for too long is Carmella vs. Nikki Bella. But maybe this will be a swerve to another page for the Fearless one. Well, we'll never know – the lady who attacked her backstage will appear during their match and suddenly cost her the victory. That's how the sterotypical tales here in the WWE run, right?
Unless they give Nikki the win, the wrestling fan in me will be more happy.
The Miz and Maryse versus Dolph Ziggler in a ladders match for the WWE Intercontinental Championship? And really, this has been the 201412412094th match we have seen in over a quarter. Is there any other worthy of an IC title contender than these two?
And fuck it. Give Ziggler back the title to make Miz more heelish as possible. Well, he's been one; but his wife was doing more stellar job for the role that makes me wanna indicate the word “bitch” next to her.
I'll pick Ziggler with this one.
Heath Slater and Rhyno may have been rolling like a bunch of Cinderellas en route to the tag team championship, especially the former who even compete despite getting a much-needed contract. But just like your favorite childhood fairy tales, each story have their endings, and even if we're in the PG era (where more kids are watching WWE) not all stories have beautiful endings – unless you are a cheerleader for the heels.
Just like the unlikely alliance of Bray Wyatt and Randy Orton. Let's face it: these two could get along in the ring the same way they were as foes. And make no mistake about it: sooner or later, the Eater of Worlds is poised to be a champion even if it doesn't need to by the way it looks.
Unless the plot twist between Orton and Harper looms sooner, I think the Wyatt Family will win the WWE SmackDown Tag Team Championship.
And I think it's about time the five feet of fury will climb the ladder of success and get the WWE SmackDown Women's Championship from Becky Lynch. Well, she has been holding the belt for too long. And the problem is the lack of competitors enough to be considered a championship material.
Unless things will go on a swerve and Nikki Bella will cost the young petite (and a bit cutie) a contendership. And that being said, I wouldn't be surprised why the Irish Lass-kicker will be holding that belt for long.
AJ Styles and Dean Ambrose in a tables, ladder,s and chairs match for the most-coveted prize in sports entertainment? Well, I'll say he will be at the top of them all. No way Dean could get in. Besides, the rivalry has been dragging already for too long.
I think I have said enough. This one's for Styles. No way he won't.
Author: slickmaster | © 2016 september twenty-eight productions