WWE Spoilers: Final card for WWE TLC 2015

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The seventh annual WWE TLC: Tables, Ladders, & Chairs will come to you, live on the WWE Network, this Sunday night, December 13, at 8/7c from the TD Garden in Boston, MA. Seven matches are scheduled for the event, including five championship matches and an 8-Man Elimination Tag Team Tables Match. Here is the final card for WWE TLC 2015:

  • WWE World Heavyweight Championship: TLC Match: Sheamus (c) vs. Roman Reigns
  • 8-Man Elimination Tag Team Tables Match: The Wyatt Family vs. The ECW Originals
  • WWE Tag Team Championship: Triple Threat Ladder Match: The New Day (c) vs. The Usos vs. The Lucha Dragons
  • United States Championship: Chairs Match: Alberto Del Rio (c) vs. Jack Swagger
  • Intercontinental Championship: Kevin Owens (c) vs. Dean Ambrose
  • Divas Championship: Charlotte (c) (with Ric Flair) vs. Paige
  • Ryback vs. Rusev
  • Kickoff Exclusive: Becky Lynch vs. Sasha Banks

In the Tables, Ladders, & Chairs Match for the WWE World Heavyweight Championship, tables, ladders, and chairs will all be provided and legal to use in the match with the only way to win is to climb a ladder and retrieve the WWE World Heavyweight Title belt hanging high above the ring. The match will have no pinfalls, no submissions, no disqualifications, and no count-outs.

In the 8-Man Elimination Tag Team Tables Match, tables will be provided and legal for all eight Superstars to use. Elimination occurs when a Superstar is put through a table and the match ends when all four members of a team are put through tables. There will be no pinfalls, no submission, no disqualifications, and count-outs.

In the Triple Threat Ladder Match for the WWE Tag Team Titles, ladders will be provided and legal for all three teams to use with the only way to win is for either or both members of a team to climb a ladder and retrieve the tag title belts hanging high above the ring and the first team to do so will walk out as the WWE Tag Team Champions. There will be no pinfalls, no submissions, no disqualifications, and no count-outs.

In the Chairs Match for the United States Championship, steel chairs will be provided and legal for both champion and challenger to use and, unlike the aforementioned matches, the match must end by either pinfall or submission in the ring. There will be no disqualifications or count-outs.

Both the Intercontinental Championship and Divas Championship matches will be contested under standard title match rules, meaning that the matches can end by pinfall, submission, disqualification, or count-out (with the title only changing hands by pinfall or submission). The match between Ryback and Rusev will also be a standard one-on-one match that will end by pinfall, submission, disqualification, or count-out.

The WWE TLC Kickoff will air exclusively on the WWE Network starting at 7/6c (an hour before the event) and, in addition to the Kickoff Panel offering their views on the scheduled matches, the Kickoff will feature the match between Becky Lynch and Sasha Banks.

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