Wrestling fans could be forgiven for forgetting that WWE's last pay-per-view of the year, TLC 2019, goes down less than two weeks from now (15 December), so crazy is pro-wrestling's schedule at the moment.
WWE are yet to announce a single bout for the event, though it looks like a couple of big matches are currently in the process of being ironed out - and they could be announced during this week's Raw and SmackDown.
Per Dave Meltzer on a recent episode of Wrestling Observer Radio, WWE plan on having Baron Corbin and Roman Reigns face off in some kind of stipulation match, while Becky Lynch and Charlotte Flair are expected to challenge for The Kabuki Warriors' Women's Tag Team Championships. Both contests are in-line with recent booking patterns.
Putting it politely, the Corbin vs. Reigns feud hasn't been WWE's most highly-praised feud of the year, and rumours from a few weeks ago pointed towards a potential Dog Collar Match. Asuka and Kairi Sane vs. Flair and Lynch, meanwhile, has already produced a number of singles and tag matches, with The Kabuki Warriors successfully defending their traps in a four-way containing the Raw duo at Starrcade yesterday.
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