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WWE TLC 2018: 5 Things That Must Happen to Make the Event a Success

Ali Akber
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Ambrose vs Rollins should steal the show
Ambrose vs Rollins should steal the show

With the last pay-per-view of the year only a few hours away, many fans can’t wait for the matches and storylines to unfold at Tables, Ladders, and Chairs.

The announcement of Vince McMahon returning to Raw the night after the event to make some announcements or changes makes the event and even bigger deal, as fans would want to know why his presence has already been announced.

With that said, the first step is the event itself, and it should be a blockbuster event if WWE wants to build upon it on their road to Royal Rumble and then to WrestleMania.

Keeping that in mind, there are 5 things that must happen at the event to make it a success. What are they? Check out the list and share your own views and suggestions in the comments section below!

#5 The MMC Finals shouldn’t be a joke

The finals should be A-grade to ensure the continuity of the MMC
The finals should be A-grade to ensure the continuity of the MMC

Who would have thought that the Mixed Match Challenge final would be between the Fabulous Truth and Mahalicia?

Both teams consist of at least one former top champion, which says a lot at the end of the day. But considering that most of the other teams already have one of the participants in a match for the event, it probably made sense to have these two teams battle it out in the finals.

The entire MMC tournament has been more fun and games rather than hardcore battles, but the final should be a serious affair, as the stakes are high. Even though there is no harm in having these fun little matches, all four participants are currently mid-card or under-card wrestlers who have a lot to gain from a win.

R-Truth and Carmella should win the tournament, but even Jinder Mahal and Alicia Fox stand a good chance. Whoever wins, at least the battle must be good to ensure that there are no weak links in the entire event.

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