After some serious last minute changes, WWE TLC arrived on our screens this past Sunday night in the most bizarre circumstances in recent memory. At the beginning of the week, the fanfare surrounding the card was probably the lowest for any WWE PPV in 2017, before the sudden removal of Bray Wyatt and Roman Reigns sent the hype-levels through the roof. Fans were now getting the return of Kurt Angle, and a dream match between AJ Styles and Finn Balor, as well as the much-anticipated debut of Asuka.
The show delivered on the night as well, with every announced match being at the very least, good. But what was the best match on the card? Let’s take a look through the night’s 7 main card matches and rank them from worst to best.
7: Jason Jordan Vs Elias
Jason Jordan and Elias continued their trend of appearing in randomly thrown together matches at TLC and the results were just as uninspiring as the booking leading into the match. The two had taken part in various segments throughout the night and were given a match in the much-coveted toilet break slot on the show. Both men are talented in the ring, the WWE just needs to hurry up and find a sense of direction for both of them.
The finish was lame and the fact that they’re trying to sell it as somewhat screwy indicates we will be getting more of these two sharing a ring in the next few weeks.