Report: 'TLC' PPV Replacing The 'Clash Of Champions' PPV

A new date for 'TLC'.

The 'Clash Of Champions' PPV was established in 2016 and was originally a RAW-brand exclusive event with a main event that featured Seth Rollins challenging Kevin Owens for the WWE Universal Championship. This past December the event was a SmackDown exclusive PPV which closed with a WWE Championship match between Jinder Mahal and the champion AJ Styles. Under the new regime that WWE has installed with every PPV going forward being dual-branded, the fans of San Jose, CA were set to witness both RAW and SmackDown talents at the 'Clash Of Champions' PPV on December 16th

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That PPV is no longer in effect as PWInsider has reported that sources within WWE have confirmed to them that the 'TLC' PPV will be taking the place of 'Clash Of Champions' on December 16th at the same location. 'TLC' was originally scheduled for October 21st in Boston, MA. The site added that during a live event last night, RAW and SmackDown talents where still being advertised for that October 21st date that was supposed to be 'TLC'.


One PPV is that is upon us is 'Extreme Rules' this Sunday and the match card for the event is shaping up with ten matches having been announced thus far. To take a look at the updated lineup for the PPV, click here.

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