Welcome to Ringside News’ live results coverage for WWE TLC 2019.
WWE TLC is the final PPV of 2019 – and the decade – and it’s sure to be a fun car wreck ahead of the Christmas season, even though it’s possible the first WWE PPV ever to not feature a title match. The main event tonight is one of the few matches on the card without a stipulation, but it doesn’t need much more salt and pepper than it already has. I’m talking about The Miz Vs. The Fiend. After weeks of messing with Daniel Bryan, The Fiend turned his attention on The Miz and started toying with Maryse and Monroe. All that led to tonight, where the two go toe-to-toe in a non-title match.
There will indeed be two Tables, Ladders, & Chairs matches tonight, the first of which is between Roman Reigns and Baron Corbin, and the second is The Kabuki Warriors Vs. Charlotte Flair & Becky Lynch with the Tag Team Championships on the line. Both of these were good choices to elevate with the stipulation, because on their own they may have been dull affairs. That said, expect Charlotte and Becky to take the Women’s titles tonight, because we all know Vinny Mac has no respect for legit tag teams.
Speaking of which, the match that could very well steal the show tonight is a ladder match between The Revival and The New Day. These two teams will battle it out again, with the SmackDown Tag Team Championships on the line. The Raw tag titles will also be defended tonight in an open challenge, so there isn’t much more to say on that front.
Rusev will finally get his hands on Bobby Lashley tonight, after a month of being teased and having his chain jerked by Lashley and Lana. This match will be under Table rules, and it should be a real fun one….assuming WWE does the logical thing and has Rusev go over.
The only other matches announced tonight are Buddy Murphy Vs. Aleister Black, and Andrade Vs. Humberto Carrillo. TLC kicks-off at 6 PM EST with the pre-show, and we’ll have all the results here. Remember to follow us on Twitter and Instagram, and enjoy the show!
The WWE TLC Kick-Off show begins with the panel of Charly Caruso, The Coach, David Otunga, and Booker T. They run down the card and hype the WWE Network.
The panel discuss the TLC match for the Women’s Tag Team Championships and Booker T says this is his shuckey-duckey quack quack moment of the night. Booker says this match is his match of the year, and he believes The Kabuki Warriors will shock the world and win. Otunga agrees, saying they’re an established tag team.
We see a video package for the whole Rusev/Lana/Lashley storyline. Coach talks to Lana and Lashley and asks them if all the drama has been worth it. Lashley laughs and says of course it has been. He says we only see the drama and not the intimate moments. Booker T asks if Lana is holding Bobby back and he says she hasn’t. He says he hasn’t had any allies but now he does. Lana gets mad and says everyone attacks her at all times but she could fire back. Charly asks Lana what will happen if Rusev wins tonight. Lana mocks Caruso, saying she’s a wannabe Renee Young, doing Renee’s job because she got promoted. Lana rants on until they cut her off. Coach apologises to Charly, who says she never takes Lana seriously.
The Revival come up on the Kick-Off Show panel and rant and rave about how they’r the best tag team in the world. Booker says he doesn’t know and they challenge Harlem Heat to a match, saying they could beat them any day. They say they will win the ladder match tonight and prove themselves the best tag team in the world. Once they leave, Booker says he could have whooped them but he needs to set an example.
This match begins and Andrade cracks Humberto with an elbow, then dodges a dropkick and hits a running boot to the face. Andrade puts Carrillo in the corner and attacks him, then whips him to the opposite corner and delivers a running knee for a one-count.
A big back drop from Andrade, then a taunt to the fans. Humberto builds a head of steam with a a springboard arm drag, then a second that sends Andrade to the outside. Carrillo takes to the top rope but gets distracted by Vega, allowing Andrade to shove him off and into the barricade.
Andrade gets Humberto in the ring and applies a hanging armbar over the ropes. Andrade breaks the hold at the referee’s count, then he takes a wristlock, before transitioning into a rear chinlock. Carrillo looks for an enziguiri but misses, then hits a hurricanrana to create some distance. Andrade runs for a knee in the corner but hits the buckles and flies over the ropes to the floor.
Back in the ring, Carrillo lands a flurry of kicks, then looks for a standing moonsault but Andrade counters him. Andade looks for the running knees in the corner but gets dropkicked and rolls to the floor. Carrillo follows-up with a twisting senton to Andrade on the floor, then tosses him back inside for a near-fall.
Andrade takes the back but gets elbowed. Almas looks for a kick but gets caught up in the ropes. Carrillo hits a missile dropkick from the top rope for a near-fall. Carrillo goes to the top rope but Andrade punches him into the tree of woe hanging on the outside. Andrade hits a double stomp onto the apron, then slides him back into the ring for a near-fall!
“This is awesome” chant from the crowd. Andrade’s eye is badly cut and bleeding. Andrade counters a suplex attempt, then looks for the discus elbow but Carrillo dodges, Humberto kicks Andrade, then Almas connects with a big lariat and both men are down. Andrade goes up top but gets kicked and Carrillo climbs up with him. They exchange on the top rope until Carrillo hits a kick and they both fall.
Andrade hits a back drop into the turnbuckles, then hits the running knees in the corner for a near-fall. Similar to Raw this week, Andrade almost hits Vega and Carrillo looks to roll him up with a hurricanrana but Andrade sits down into it for a near-fall. Andrade hits a suplex, then climbs up top but Carrillo goes up and hits an inverted hurricanrana, followed by an asai moonsault for the win!
Quite possibly the best Kick-Off match ever, that was awesome; great action, good pacing, and logical. After the match Andrade blows-off Zelina Vega and leaves alone – terrible idea breaking them up, they’ve never been properly utilised and are far better as a team.
Back with Kick-Off panel and they show us a video package for The Miz Vs. Bray Wyatt. They discuss what it must like to be The Miz right now, in a difficult position between protecting his family and fighting a monster.
Aleister Black cuts a promo about beating Buddy Murphy with a Black Mass and making him fade to black. The panel talk about how impressive Murphy is, but that he’s facing a really difficult task in Aleister Black.
The panel run down the card one last time, and that’s the end of the Kick-Off show.
WWE TLC 2019 kicks-off with the Firefly Fun House. Bray is decorating a ladder with baubles and tinsel. He says it’s that time if year when we have to reflect on the past 365 days – the video hypes all the TLC card – and Bray says that regardless of what you did, whether you were naughty or nice, we all need some TLC.
The match begins and both teams brawl. Dawson is knocked from the ring and Big E slams Dash, while Kofi jumps over his shoulders with a boom drop to Wilder. New Day leave the ring to get ladders but Dash and Dawson attack them.
The four men fight around ringside, with Big E throwing Dawson over the announce table. Dash is beating Kofi against the barricade, and Dawson comes back to slam Big E on the announce table, then whip him into the steel steps. Dawson joins Dash and they slam Kofi into the LED apron, then they grab a ladder and set it on the apron. They look to throw Kofi into the ladder but Kingston jumps over it and into the ring, then looks to baseball slide the ladder into them but they lift it over him and slam him with it repeatedly.
Dash and Dawson grab the ladder and try to hit a running Kofi but he leaps over it and jumps on the apron, then splashes the ladder, causing it to slam both Dash and Dawson. Big E comes back and helps Kofi put a ladder in the ring. Dash and Dawson look to pull the ladder out but Big E shoves in into them. Big E leaves the ring and beats on Dash Wilder, then places him on the ladder on the apron and in the ring and looks to splash it but Dash moves and he hits the ladder!
Kofi tries to dive onto Dash and Dawson with a trust fall but gets caught and slammed face-first into the ladder on the apron. The Revival finally take the ladder into the ring and set it up. They start climbing but Big E comes in and hits Dawson with a belly-to-belly, then drops Dash with a lariat. Big E starts climbing but Dawson dropkicks the ladder and it falls over.
Big E sits in the corner, holding his knee, so The Revival place the ladder on its side, with the top against E’s groin, and dropkick it. They then set the ladder against the ropes and slam Big E on it. They grab Kofi and look to do the same to him but Kingston escapes and jumps over the ropes and pulls one end of the ladder, flipping the other end into Dash and Dawson’s faces! Big E lifts Dawson in a stretch muffler, looking to hurt his leg to prevent climbing, and Kofi drills Dawson with a ladder in the gut as he hangs.
Kofi and Big E set up a ladder and the former starts climbing it but Dash and Dawson come back and fight Big E off. They shove the ladder over but Kofi lands on the top rope and springboard off with a tornado DDT to Dawson! Kofi follows-up with Trouble In Paradise to Wilder, then sets the ladder back up. Kofi climbs the ladder but Dawson grabs his leg, then rips him off and they hit a mid-air Shatter Machine!
The Revival start climbing the ladder but Big E comes back in and pulls them both down. He throws Dash over the ropes to the apron, then spears him through the ropes to the floor! Big E slams Scott in the corner with a ladder a few times, then throws the ladder out of the ring and bring a different one in. Big E sets-up a second ladder beside the first in the ring, then lifts Scott Dawson and throws him into one of them.
Big E goes outside and brings another ladder in, and sets it up between the turnbuckles and a ladder. Big E sets Scott Dawson on the propped ladder and climbs the ropes but Wilder returns and crotches Big E. Dawson stands on the propped ladder and suplexes Big E on it! The ladder is just bent, so they put Big E back on it and Dash splashes him through it!
Dash and Dawson start climbing the ladders in the middle of the ring but Kofi springboards onto them. Kofi brawls with both Dash and Dawson but they pull his legs through the runs and hang him up. Big E returns and lifts Wilder on the ladder for a real Big Ending! Dawson starts climbing up again and grabs the belts but Kofi sits-up and whips the belts into his face, causing Dawson to fly off the ladder and into the wreckage of the one Big E went through. Kingston stands up and grabs the belts!
Kayla Braxton is backstage with King Corbin and she asks if he’s concerned about an angered Roman Reigns. Corbin says concerns are for peasants and Twitter trolls. Corbin says he has already beaten Reigns mentally, and tonight he beats him physically. He says tonight he shows the big dog, who his master truly is.
Before the match begins, Murphy sits cross-legged in the ring, then Black comes down and does the same. They get to their feet and the bell rings. Black swings for Black Mass but Murphy ducks and rolls from the ring.
Murphy baits Aleister out and slides in. Black gets in and they exchange fast-paced reversals and holds, then share a staredown. Black tosses Murphy outside and when he slides back in Black is sitting in front of him. Murphy swings a kick but Black ducks it, kips-up, and hits an arm-drag. Black applies an arm submission. Murphy connects with a knee to break out, but Black counters with another arm-drag.
Buddy escapes and elbows Black, only to be hit with a chest kick. Black whips Murphy and drops him with another big chest kick. Black elbows Murphy and flips him to the apron, where he hits a leg trip and Murphy crashes to the floor. Aleister goes to the apron and swings a kick but Murphy grabs it and slams Black into the ring post. Murphy pulls Black from the apron and into the steel steps.
Back in the ring, Murphy stomps Black in the corner. Buddy applies a submission to Aleister, whose nose is busted. Black fights up but gets thrown to the outside. Buddy goes out and lifts Black, then slams him into the announce table. The announcers keep saying his jaw is broke and Black is holding it a lot. Murphy grabs Black’s vest and puts it on in the ring. Black gets on the apron – his nose seems broke – and kicks Murphy.
Black whips Murphy into the ropes but gets caught in a sleeper. Black slams him into the buckles to break the hold. Murphy takes to the middle rope and jumps off but gets kicked in the face. Buddy lifts Murphy but gets cracked with a right hand. Black with a flurry of strikes and drops Murphy. Shining wizard from Black, followed by a headkick and a spinning knee. Black lands a springboard moonsault. Black lifts Murphy with his boot but Buddy grabs it.
Black connects with a spinning back elbow that sends Murphy to the apron. Black goes to the apron and lifts Murphy but gets hit with a pump kick. Black shoves Murphy into the ring post, then hits a springboard moonsault to the floor! Black sends Buddy back into the ring and teeps him into the ropes, then hits a switch knee for a near-fall.
Black front kicks Buddy into the buckles, then puts him on the top rope. Murphy fights Black off but he comes right back with a big kick. Black climbs up and Murphy flips over him. Murphy pulls Black’s head down between his legs and superkicks it multiple times, then hits a running sit-out powerbomb for a near-fall.
Murphy lifts Black by the beard and looks to knee him but Black counters it and hits him. Murphy then does hit the big knee to the jaw, followed by a brainbuster for a near-fall. Black and Murphy go to opposite corners and stare at each other. They climb to their feet and run at each other. They dodge a few kicks from each other but Black connects with Black Mass out of nowhere for the win!
What. A. Match. That was absolutely awesome but for some reason the fans were apathetic. Black certainly broke his nose and it seems his jaw as well, so hopefully he isn’t out too long.
We go backstage with Charly Caruso and Rusev. She asks for his reaction about Lashley’s intention to propose to Lana. Rusev says he’s elated because, by law, when Lana remarries he won’t have to pay alimony. Rusev says whatever Lana had planned for tonight she should cancel, because she will be spending the night pulling splinters from Lashley’s back. Rusev says he’s back and it’s going to be a great Rusev Day!
We see a replay of Monday Night Raw, when Kevin Owens was attacked by the Author’s of Pain and Seth Rollins.
The Viking Raiders comes to the ring and say that on Raw this week they offered an open challenge to any team that dared challenge them. And tonight, they are willing to destroy whoever answers the call.
Anderson and Gallows come out with their Best Tag Team In The World trophy. Gallows says their open challenge is lame. Anderson says there is only one tag team in the world that has beaten the Viking Raiders: The O.C. Anderson says this isn’t just about them challenging for the tag titles, it’s about them defending their position as the best tag team in the world.
Erik starts the match with Karl Anderson and forces him to the ropes. Anderson takes a headlock and wrenches on it but Erik lifts him into the air and puts him against the buckles. Snapmare from Erik, followed by a trip and a waist slam.
Ivar tag sin and knees Anderson, before taking a wristlock. Ivar lifts Anderson and body slams him, Erik tags in and slams Ivar into Anderson for a two-count. Erik is knocked from the ring, where Gallows drops him with an uppercut. Anderson goes out and slams Erik into the apron.
Back in the ring, Anderson scores a one-count before taking a headlock. Anderson lands a spinebuster for a two-count, then tags Gallows. Luke unloads with some uppercuts, followed by elbows and a headlock. Gallows drops Erik with a kick and tags Anderson, who goes for the cover to no avail. Erik fights back and makes the tag to Ivar.
Ivar hits Anderson with a pump-handle slam, then a sidewalk slam, and a running crossbody. Ivar connects with a seated senton, then knocks Gallows down and heads up top but Anderson shoves him off. The O.C. hit a double-team back suplex/neckbreaker for a near-fall. Ivar is whipped into the ropes but takes-out both Anderson and Gallows with handspring back elbows. Erik is tagged and they hit the Viking Experience on Anderson, but Gallows breaks it up.
Gallows exchanges blows with both Erik and Ivar until everyone but Ivar is on the floor. Anderson tosses Erik into the crowd, then Ivar knocks both of The O.C. down with a suicide dive. The referee counts them out!
Anderson gets to his feet and continues attacking Erik and Ivar. He slams them into the KFC table sitting at ringside and drags the table to the ramp. “KFC” chant from the crowd. The O.C. look to hit a Magic Killer through the table but Ivar returns and stops it. Erik slams Gallows into the steps and wipes the food off the table – to the boos of the fans. Erik and Ivar powerbomb Anderson through the table.
Kayla Braxton is backstage with The Miz, who looks surprisingly happy. She asks how Monroe is and The Miz says she’s fine. He says that, after what happened, he has moved his family to an undisclosed location. Braxton asks if Miz is worried about what happens after facing Bray Wyatt, but The Miz asks if it really matters. He says all that matters is facing him. This is the most important and personal match of his life. He isn’t fighting as The Miz, a WWE Superstar, he’s fighting as a man protecting his family. And he’s willing to face anyone…or anything.
Immediately following TLC, the greatest of all-time, Stone Cold Steve Austin, interviews Goldberg in the second episode of the Broken Skull Sessions.
King Corbin comes to the ring, carried on his throne by a few lackies. Said lackies then form a barrier on the ramp. Reigns comes out and the lackies run at him but he throws one off the stage, and puts another through a table.
Corbin runs at Reigns on the ramp and the referee rings the bell. Roman drops him with an uppercut and tosses Corbin into the LED stage. Reigns throws Corbin off the stage and beats him through the crowd. They brawl in and around the fans until Roman throws him over the barricade by the announce tables.
Reigns slams Corbin into the steel steps, into the announce table, then puts him in the ring. Reigns runs at Corbin but gets his with Deep Six for a near-fall. Corbin unloads on Reigns with right hands on the mat, then poses like Roman. Corbin launches Reigns shoulder-first into the ring post and the big dog falls to the floor.
Baron slams Reigns into the barricade, then puts him back in the ring. Reigns delivers an uppercut but Corbin fires back with a knee. Corbin hits the out-and-in clothesline for a two-count. The King takes Roman to the outside but he gets whipped into the barricade twice. Reigns puts Corbin in the ring and starts to climb in but Corbin kicks the ropes into his groin.
On the outside, Corbin slings Roman into the steps, then lifts a table and sets it back down to the boos of the fans. Corbin does lift a ladder though and drive into the gut of Roman Reigns. The King puts the big dog back in the ring and grabs a chair. He cracks Roman across the back with the chair, then again. He sets the ladder between two buckles and looks to whip Roman into them but Reigns counters him and delivers an uppercut.
Roman batters Corbin in the corner with lariats, then drops him with a big boot. Corbin looks for the chokeslam but Reigns fights out. Corbin looks for the out-and-in clothesline again but Reigns ducks it, only to get caught with a chokeslam backbreaker. Corbin mocks Reigns and looks for a spear but gets kicked. Roman then throws Corbin into the wedged steel chair, followed by a Superman punch for a near-fall.
The fans chant for tables, so Roman goes out and gets one. He sets it up in the ring but Corbin rolls out. Roman goes after Corbin, but gets cracked with a can of dog food, then Corbin chokeslams him through the table for a near-fall. Corbin leaves the ring and clears the announce table, then the German one as well.
Corbin drags Roman from the ring and puts him on the announce table. He stands on it himself and looks to powerbomb Reigns through the adjacent table but Roman lifts him and hits a Samoan drop through it! Both men slowly climb to their feet and Corbin uses the barricade to get up. Roman gets pumped-up and takes the long way around the ring to spear him…but Dolph Ziggler comes out from under the ring with a superkick to Roman!
Corbin lifts the timekeeper and throws him like a ragdoll over the barricade. Ziggler punches him, then Corbin stomps him, while the announcers ask what the timekeeper did. Corbin and Ziggler grab cans of dog food from under the ring but before they can pour it on the timekeeper, Roman hits them both with a drive-by kick. Roman grabs a Kendo stick from under the ring and beats Corbin’s security with it.
Dawson and Wilder come running down and attack Reigns. They beat him with the Kendo stick. They have taped ribs. Roman drops them both with Superman punches, then clotheslines Corbin to the outside. Reigns floors everyone at ringside with a dive over the ropes!
Roman puts Corbin back inside and looks for a Spear but gets smashed in the face with a chair by Ziggler. Dolph follows-up with a Zig-Zag, then teams with The Revival to hit a Shatter Machine. Corbin lifts Roman and hits an End of Days onto a chair for the win.
Corbin, Ziggler, Dash, and Dawson celebrate after the match as we see replays.
It’s time for the match between The Miz and Bray Wyatt. And it isn’t The Fiend, it’s actually Wyatt wrestling. In his sweater no less. His entrance is just the regular Firefly Fun House music, no decapitated head or anything. He climbs on the announce table and poses, shouting “thank you guys”. He raises the title on the apron three times, while the fans cheer.
The match gets underway as the fans chant “Yowie Wowie”. The Miz runs at Bray and punches him. The Miz beats Wyatt down into the corner with repeated knees until the referee pulls him off.
Wyatt asks Miz to back-off but Miz kicks him over and over. He puts Wyatt’s face into the ropes but Bray laughs. Miz pulls the cardigan over Bray’s head and continues beating on him. Wyatt finally grabs Miz by the face and throws him into the corner. But Miz comes back with more kicks to Bray, followed by running knees in the corner, followed by a clothesline.
Wyatt grabs him for Sister Abigail but Miz counters with a Skull Crushing Finale but doesn’t go for the cover. Miz slams Bray’s face into the mat over and over but Wyatt laughs. The Miz twists Bray’s arms but he continues to laugh, so Miz snaps it back. Bray was shouting “do it!” Bray rolls from the ring and pops his shoulder back into place using the barricade.
Miz goes after Wyatt and slams him into the announce table, then the rings steps. Miz runs at Wyatt against the barricade but Bray throws him into the timekeeper’s area. Bray looks mad and drags Miz over the barricade to hit a hanging Sister Abigail. Bray poses on the floor and smiles, before getting into the ring.
Miz gets back inside at the count of nine. Bray tells him to “stop”, then hits a second Sister Abigail for the win.
They said that match wasn’t for the Universal Championship but the referee showed it to both men at the start, and the announcer said “and still your Champion”.
After the match, we see The Fiend on the Titantron and Wyatt looks scared. Bray says “OK, I’ll do it.” He goes outside and grabs the big mallet he had in Hell In A Cell from under the ring. Wyatt is about to use the mallet but the lights go down and the music plays. They come back up but it isn’t The Fiend…it’s Daniel Bryan!
A freshly shaven Daniel Bryan drops Wyatt with a running knee. The fans chant for Bryan, who kicks the crap out of Wyatt in the corner, followed by running dropkicks, and another running knee! Bryan grabs the arms and stomps Bray’s head over and over, then lifts the mallet and is about to use it when the lights go out. The lights return and Wyatt is gone. Bryan smashes the mallet into the mat, then poses on the ropes. Bryan looks at the Universal Championship Wyatt left behind before leaving.
The bell rings and Lashley leaves the ring, but Rusev runs after him and batters him against the apron. Rusev drops Lashley with a lariat, then sends him into the ring, with a table. Lana pulls the table from the ring and the distraction allows Lashley to beat Rusev down.
Lashley drops Rusev with a clothesline, then lifts him for a spinning dominator. Lashley grabs a table from ringside and sets it up at ringside but Rusev clocks him with a right hand. Rusev sends Lashley into the steps, then punches him up the ramp and hits a suplex. Rusev drags Lashley back down the ramp and looks to slam him through the table but Lashley flips it over.
Lashley sends Rusev into the steel steps, then shoves him into the ring post. Bobby grabs another table and throws it at Rusev but he ducks and the table breaks around the ring post. Lashley sends Rusev inside, and sets the table back-up at ringside. Lashley gets into the ring and drops Rusev with a right hand. Bobby grabs another table and puts it in the ring, where he props it in the corner.
Rusev comes back with punches and tries to throw Lashley into the table but can’t get it done. They both try to whip each other into the table, then Lashley floors Rusev with a spinebuster. Lashley tackles Rusev in the corner, then leaves the ring and grabs yet another table and puts it in the ring.
Lashley puts Rusev on the top rope and looks to superplex him through a table but Rusev climbs down and looks to slam him through it to no avail. Bobby gets on the apron and tries to suplex Rusev from the ring through the table. Instead, Rusev punches Lashley off and he flies off the apron…but over the table.
Rusev grabs the steel steps and hits Lashley with them. Rusev walks over the crowd and grabs a guard rail, which he brings to ringside. Rusev hits Lashley with the guard rail, then poses with it. Rusev props the guard rail against the ring apron but Lashley lifts him and slams him through the guard rail! Lashley goes under the apron and grabs a Kendo stick, which he uses to beat Rusev with over and over.
The action spills back into the ring and Lashley props a table in the corner, before hitting Rusev again with the Kendo stick. Rusev blocks a shot from the stick and uses it to drop Lashley. Rusev beats Lashley with the stick until it breaks, then lands a Machka Kick. Lana then runs in and jumps on Rusev’s back. He shakes her off and Lashley hits Rusev with a spear into the table in the corner…but it doesn’t break! Lashley quick backs-up and hits Rusev with a suplex through the table in the opposite corner!
We’re backstage with The Street Profits and Ford asks Dawkins if he has any advice for Lashley, to which he says “get a vasectomy”. They joke around until we hear brawling nearby. The camera turns to see Roman Reigns and The New Day fighting Corbin, Ziggler, and The Revival. The Street Profits get involved too.
The main event gets underway and the babyfaces take the fight right to the heels. Charlotte throws Kairi Sane from the ring, and Becky does the same to Asuka. There’s a table with chairs on it at ringside and Becky throws Asuka over it. Charlotte takes the top from an announce table, while Becky throws Asuka into the barricade. The announcers says the fight between Corbin, Reigns, New Day, The Revival, Street Profits, and Ziggler is ongoing.
Becky joins Charlotte in clearing announce tables – Lynch threw a monitor and hit Sane in the head by accident. Lynch stands on a table while Flair stands on another and they literally throw her back and forth. Charlotte and Becky put a ladder in the ring but Asuka throws a chair at Flair, then knocks Lynch from the apron with a hip attack.
Sane joins Asuka in the ring and hit Charlotte with a chair, then Asuka holds the chair in front of Flair and Sane dropkicks it. Asuka sits on the chair in the ring and Sane poses behind her. Sane leaves the ring and continues beating on Lynch. Becky is sent into the ring but she hits Asuka with a drop toe hold into a chair as she comes back in. Lynch hits a bulldog onto the ladder.
Sane tries to stop Becky dragging a ladder in but Flair grabs her and slams her into said ladder. Becky dropkicks Asuka through the ropes, then they look to powerbomb Asuka through a table at ringside but Sane prevents it. They beat Kairi down, then Charlotte lifts Asuka for a powerbomb and launches her into the ring post.
Becky and Charlotte set the ladder up in the middle of the ring, then Kairi grabs a chair and tries to throw it inside but it hits the ropes and bounces back into her face. Kairi grabs more chairs and throws them wildly at the ring, so Lynch and Flair grab chairs and throw them back at her until she trips. Kairi crawls under the ring and they drag her back out but she has a fire extinguisher and blows it in their face.
Asuka comes back with a rope and whips Becky and Charlotte with it over and over. Kairi hits a spinning neckbreaker onto chairs at ringside, then Asuka brings a leather chair over and sets Charlotte on it. They place a Kendo stick across Charlotte’s chest and kick her repeatedly.
Asuka body slams Lynch onto a ladder, then tie her to the ladder using the rope. They get back in the ring but Charlotte grabs Sane’s leg, only for Asuka to drop her with a sliding knee on the apron. Asuka tosses Charlotte into the barricade, then again, then over the barricade and into the crowd.
Sane and Asuka get back in the ring and climb the ladder on either side but Charlotte comes back with the Kendo stick and batters them both. Lynch is still tied to the ladder. Flair lifts the ladder and hits Asuka with it through the ropes. Flair leaves the ring and throws Asuka onto a table covered in chairs. Flair grabs Sane and hits a fallaway slam into the barricade.
Charlotte runs around the ring and starts to untie Becky but gets hit in the back with a chair. Asuka and Sane toss her into the steel steps, then stomp on Becky on the ladder. Sane climbs on the announce table and hits an elbow drop to Lynch but she got her knees up! Lynch kicks Asuka away, then manages to get herself free.
The man is pissed and she slams Asuka into the announce table over and over. Charlotte puts Sane on the announce table and Becky hits her with a chair. Becky then uses a Kendo stick to beat on Sane, while Flair throws Asuka into the barricade. All four women get back in the ring.
Becky and Charlotte put Asuka and Kairi onto chairs in the ring and kick them over and over, then hit running attacks. Charlotte puts Asuka on a table at ringside and Lynch puts her through it with a leg drop from the middle rope! They grabs Kairi and slam her into the ring post, then carry her around ringside. They grab a wooden table by the announce tables and drag it over to near the apron. They lift Sane for a double suplex but she counters to DDT them both!
Kairi puts both Charlotte and Becky on the table and jumps from the apron onto them but the table doesn’t break. Sane slams Becky onto a chair but then Flair spears her poorly. Charlotte grabs Kairi and lifts her for a powerbomb – which Sane seemed to sandbag – and puts her through a table. Asuka comes running and catches Charlotte with a German suplex on the floor. Asuka then covers Flair and Lynch in ladders, tables, and chairs, and goes to check on Sane.
Asuka lifts Sane and they lift the ladder from on top of Charlotte – the one with a rope still attached – and put it in the ring. They get inside and set the ladder up, then start climbing but in come Lynch and Flair with chairs. The babyfaces beat the heels with chairs and the fans boo. Asuka gets on the apron with a chair and Charlotte boots her.
Becky beats Kairi with a chair but Sane fights back. Charlotte sets two tables at ringside, one beneath the ring posts. Charlotte goes up top but Asuka grabs her and powerbombs her through the table. Becky then hits Asuka with a Bexploder into ladders by the barricade. Lynch gets in and starts climbing but sees Asuka coming so she jumps off and beats her with the rope still attached to the ladder.
Lynch starts climbing the ladder but Asuka grabs the ropes and pulls the ladder over, causing Becky to crash into the ropes. Asuka then sets-up the ladder and climbs it to retrieve the belts.
As soon as the match ends, Roman Reigns, Baron Corbin, The Street Profits, The O.C., The Viking Raiders, Dolph Ziggler, and more, come brawling through the curtain and into the side stage. Roman and Corbin fight up steps onto a platform and Reigns spears Corbin off onto everyone below them.
And that’s it for WWE TLC 2019. Let us know what you thought and be sure to come back tomorrow for more news, and Monday Night Raw results. Until then, safe travels!