The term 'transitional champion' is one that will be familiar to a lot of wrestling fans - hell, the current WWE Champion is more than likely one himself. But if there was ever a 'transitional pay per view', TLC 2015 would surely fit the description. Like Fastlane, TLC has the misfortune of occurring just before one of the biggest pay-per-views of the company's calendar of events. Judging by the rather unspectacular card, it's hard not to draw the conclusion that the event is merely filler, passing time until the Royal Rumble rolls around and kickstarts the road to WrestleMania. Strip away the weapons-based stipulations and many of this month's PPV matches wouldn't look out of place on an average edition of Raw. It's hard to shake the feeling that WWE have booked this show on autopilot, confident that it'll keep fans satisfied until it's time for another of the 'big four' events. However, although it's hardly going to be the most spectacular event of the year - even under the best possible circumstances - there are several booking decisions WWE must make to ensure that TLC doesn't fall as flat as it threatens to.