WWE Survivor Series is now in the rear view mirror and that means WWE is going to start working on their next event, TLC on December 16th in San Jose as they go back to California for another pay-per-view event. There will likely be some big matches added to the card, only time will tell if Daniel Bryan defends his title against AJ Styles or not, but it looks like WWE hinted at some big matches during the Survivor Series event.
They already announced an Intercontinental Title match for the WWE TLC event, but unless Seth Rollins vs Dean Ambrose is scheduled to be a three-hour match they’ll need to add more to the card.
Several matches have already been promoted locally in the San Jose area as being on the big show and it seems like WWE is certainly going that direction. Dave Meltzer discussed some of the big hints WWE threw down on Wrestling Observer Radio during the big LA show.

“Well I mean think they pretty much made, they didn’t announce it, but they strongly suggested Ronda Rousey and Nia Jax and Baron Corbin against Braun Strowman which are already you know announced locally anywhere as well as the Seth [vs Dean Ambrose] match.”
“We’ve got the finals of the Mixed Match Challenge that’s going to be on that show and I don’t know what else.”

It will be interesting to see where the stories continue for everyone involved in the WWE Universe at this point. As WWE continues to rebuild their roster after losing Roman Reigns’ services as he battled leukemia, they have plenty of options and some might make more sense than others.
We will keep you updated as we hear more information concerning WWE’s plans. As always, thanks for visiting RIngside News.
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