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WWE TLC 2018: 9 winners and losers

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WWE was able to put together a great show
WWE was able to put together a great show

It was one of the better showings from WWE in recent times, as they were able to put together a pretty decent TLC PPV (as compared to the recent Raw and SmackDown Live editions).

The matches were high quality, with the icing on the cake being the TLC match for the SmackDown women's title between Becky Lynch, Charlotte Flair, and Asuka.

There were some shocks as well, with Drew McIntyre picking up his 2nd loss in three weeks amongst other things, and the segment involving Braun Strowman and Baron Corbin which involved multiple stars coming to the ring in aid of Braun was also a great segment.

Either way, there are some wrestlers who left the PPV with their heads high, while there are others who would be slightly iffy about what the future holds.

With that in mind, lets run through the winners and losers from the year's last PPV.


Winners


#1 Dean Ambrose

Dean Ambrose is now the new WWE Intercontinental Champion
Dean Ambrose is now the new WWE Intercontinental Champion

Dean Ambrose would be pretty satisfied with how the PPV has gone, as it justifies his switch from being a babyface to the heel character he embodies right now. Dean and Seth Rollins put together a great match, and you could see that both had left it all on the table when the match was over.

Going forward, The Lunatic would most likely have a rematch against The Architect, after which in all probability Seth would make a move towards the main event, as there's a high probability that Seth would end up facing Brock Lesnar for the WWE Universal title at WrestleMania 35.

On Dean's part, it would be interesting to see how his character evolves from this, as he has certainly gotten a boost by turning heel.

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