WWE TLC 2020: Results, Miz cashes in, live updates and match ratings – CNET

Ill be updating this page with outcomes, live updates and analysis as the program goes on..
Sasha Banks submits Carmella.
It followed the amazing and long WWE Championship opener, and Carmella isnt understood for having especially strong matches. It ended with Sasha Banks maintaining her SmackDown Womens Championship with the Banks Statement.
It did start slow– most likely in order to reset an audience– with Carmella locking Banks in a couple of rest holds, however it chose up about midway through. The match really worked due to the fact that Banks also stands out at offering and bumping, and as such might make Carmellas offense look strong too.
The emphasize came as the 2 exchanged roll-up attempts, and then countered in and out of each others submission holds (Carmellas Cone of Silence, Banks Banks Statement). There was a strong incorrect ended up when Carmellas brand-new manager, Reginald Thomas, pulled her out of the ring to conserve her from a Banks Statement. Banks dispatched him with an off-the-apron Meteora, however Carmella scored two superkicks on the outdoors before rolling Banks in for a two-count.
Minutes later on, after an innovative reversal by Banks, Carmella would tap to the Banks Statement.
Rating: 3.5 stars. An overachieving match..
Drew McIntyre retains WWE Championship.
The program kicked off with a definitely great TLC match for the WWE Championship. After 20 wince-inducing minutes, including a Money in the Bank cash-in by The Miz that caused the match to become a triple-threat midway through, Drew McIntyre won the bout to maintain his title..
Mizs cash-in happened 3 quarters through. Up until then, AJ and McIntyre wrestled a great match. McIntyre dominated much of the very first third, beating AJ in and out of the ring. AJ turned it around after attacking McIntyres leg, consisting of a calf crusher submissions using a ladder and later a chair. This was outstanding, as AJs offense was believable and McIntyres selling was exceptional..
Eventually, AJ hit a Phenomenal Forearm. As he was scaling the ladder to obtain the gold, McIntyre scooped him up and gorilla-pressed him over the rope, through a table. It was gnarly. As McIntyre climbed the ladder, The Miz diminished to the ring, with John Morrison close behind, and powerbombed McIntyre off the ladder and through a table. Miz officially cashed in his Money in the Bank agreement to make it a three-way.
As he triumphantly climbed the ladder, with both McIntyre and AJ disarmed, he was stopped by AJs bodyguard, Omos. Omos then took Miz and discarded him outside, through a table.
It was tense, but eventually McIntyre would outsmart both by (instead of climbing up the ladder to meet Miz and AJ) pressing the ladder holding AJ and Miz. AJ tumbles outside, Miz gets clocked with a Claymore, McIntyre scales the ladder and wins the match.
Rating: 4.5 stars.
Kickoff Show outcome.
The Kickoff Show featured an eight-man tag match pitting Daniel Bryan, Big E, Otis and Gable against the group of Baron Corbin, Sami Zayn, Cesaro and Shinsuke Nakamura.
It ended with Big E scoring a pin on Intercontinental Champ Zayn after a Big Ending.

Drew McIntyre safeguards his WWE Championship against AJ Styles in a TLC match thats sure to be amazing. Up up until then, AJ and McIntyre battled an excellent match. As McIntyre climbed the ladder, The Miz ran down to the ring, with John Morrison close behind, and powerbombed McIntyre off the ladder and through a table. It was tense, however eventually McIntyre would outsmart both by (instead of climbing up the ladder to meet Miz and AJ) pressing the ladder holding AJ and Miz. AJ tumbles outside, Miz gets clocked with a Claymore, McIntyre scales the ladder and wins the match.

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Its been a tough year for everyone, WWE included. Thanks to losing live crowds and a couple of a lot of months of sub-average TV, WWEs Raws ratings struck an all-time low this past week. It intends to turn things around on Sunday with the TLC pay-per-view, which features 2 Tables, Ladders and Chairs matches.
Drew McIntyre protects his WWE Championship versus AJ Styles in a TLC match thats sure to be magnificent. On the SmackDown side, Kevin Owens is chasing after Roman Reigns Universal Championship. Well likewise get a Firefly Inferno bout between “The Fiend” Bray Wyatt and Randy Orton– which will likely be either fun or terrible..

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