WWE TLC 2017, Full Results & Recap

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WWE TLC 2017, Full Results & Recap

I can’t keep in mind a pay-per-view in recent memory with so many twists and turns earlier than the show, especially a normally B-Level event like TLC.

However viral infections are not any joke and may take down even the most mighty of WWE Superstars.

Roman Reigns one way or the other turned into Kurt Angle on the TLC poster and Finn Balor is now going through The Phenomenal One instead of Sister Abigail.

Typically it goes to show it’s best to never underestimate the importance of WWE and the risks of contagious diseases.

Sasha Banks Defeats Alicia Fox (Kickoff Match)

Sasha Banks def. Alicia Fox (Kickoff Match)
Sasha Banks def. Alicia Fox (Kickoff Match)

Because of WWEStats on Twitter for this information and it’s fairly impressive. Sasha Banks and Alicia Fox have competed for 1-on-1 six times on WWE/NXT TV. In these meetings, Banks is 5-1 against Alicia Fox.

These two had a nice backward and forwards till Sasha Banks performed an injury and dropkicked Foxy out of the ring and she rolled out holding her lip like a child. Foxy actually does personal that crazy character and also you gotta love that kind of commitment.

As soon as they bought back in the ring, Banks was clotheslined over the top rope to the ground. Foxy strutted outside and Banks turned it around on her till Fox his a spinning backbreaker on Banks. The referee began to count and Banks was pushed into the ring apron. Fox tossed her again inside for a two-count.

Alicia dumped Sasha outside and advised the referee to count whereas she danced around. Sasha made it back in just before the referee counted to 10. However, the end would finally come when Sasha Banks hit the backstabber and transitioned it right into a Bank Statement and Foxy had no choice but to tap out.

Asuka Defeats Emma

Asuka def. Emma
Asuka def. Emma

Asuka debut and for us to hope The Empress of Tomorrow’s record will not brack whereas The Game is in Chili wrestling as a replacement on the Blue Team’s South American tour.

The place popped so hard after they killed the lights and her entrance was extraordinarily epic, however, that needs to be expected with someone like Asuka who lights up the room on her personal. However, the work WWE put into her entrance was very colorful.

Asuka took Emma to the mat early on for a submission, however, Emma was in a position to get out of it. Emma started to slap Asuka however that simply made Asuka smile. Emma took a hip attack from Asuka and then she was taken down for an ankle lock submission.

Emma rolled out of the submission and send Asuka outside. Asuka started to get into the ring and Emma dropkicked her outside to observe and keep it up with some extra harm. Emma on the offensive, she hit Asuka’s face into the mat and pinned for a two-count.

Emma continued the assault and hung Asuka up in a tree of woe to kick away at Asuka and then she slid outside to pull at Asuka’s watermelon-colored hair to stretch her out. Emma hit a splash and attempted two pinfalls.

However, Asuka quickly fought back and that meant Emma got kicked within the face actually hard. Asuka hit a missile dropkick and geared up for the end with some extra kicks to the top. Then Emma kicked Asuka within the face for a two count of her personal.

Emma rubbed Asuka’s face into the mat, however, that didn’t end up too effectively. Asuka went for another ankle lock, however, Emma got to her ft, however, Asuka still had her trapped and hit a belly to back suplex. Emma rolled outside and tossed Asuka to the ground on the outside.

However as soon as they got to the ring, Asuka caught Emma with a kick to the top and caught her with the Asukalock. Emma taps out.

Raw Women’s Champion Alexa Bliss Defeats Mickie James

Raw Women’s Champion Alexa Bliss def. Mickie James
Raw Women’s Champion Alexa Bliss def. Mickie James

Alexa Bliss and Mickie James traded roll-up pins and then Mickie got Alexa within the ropes and smacked her butt. “Biscuit butt” chants broke out just like they wished.

However, that seemed to upset Alexa. She kept tossing Mickie down however Mickie kept kipping back up. Lastly, James knocked Alexa down instead and caught her with a kick to the head for a two count.

Alexa tried to keep Mickie down however she fought again many times. Alexa covered for the pin and kept attempting to keep her down however Mickie kept kicking out.

They started attacking from their knees and continued once they got to their ft. Mickie unloaded a number of attacks and some extra kicks. Mickie tried for a roll-up pin however Alexa kicked out.

Then Alexa hit a sunset bomb pin for one more two counts. Mickie got Bliss down and climbed to the top rope, however, Bliss would get up and knock her down. Mickie sold her injured shoulder while Alexa went on high for a Twisted Bliss, however, Mickie moved.

Mickie James climbed to the top and didn’t actually get all of a top rope dropkick, however, Bliss still sold it.

We would like tables!” the crowd started to chant while Alexa suckered Mickie James in by feigning an injury and sent Mickie into the center turnbuckle. Then she hit a Blissful DDT for the win.

After the match, Mickie James said she’s disappointed however still proud. She said she wished to show she deserved the match but it won’t be her final championship match or the final time she’ll be Women’s Champion.

Cedric Alexander & Rich Swann Defeats Gentleman Jack Gallagher & The Brian Kendrick

Cedric Alexander & Rich Swann def. Gentleman Jack Gallagher & The Brian Kendrick
Cedric Alexander & Rich Swann def. Gentleman Jack Gallagher & The Brian Kendrick

This was a face-paced match with loads of excessive spots early on and the crowd was very into it. Rich Swann hit an amazing flipping dive onto the heel team and handed on his ft like a cat.

It was good to get an opportunity to see these Cruiserweights really work on an enormous stage. The heels used a number of underhanded tactics and Gallagher has really modified up his move set effectively since turning heel. The heels focused on Swann for a while tagging out and in. Kendrick hit a nice butterfly suplex for a two count.

Kendrick was sent up and over the rope to the ground and Cedric Alexander got the new tag. He hit a handspring off the ropes right into a roundhouse kick on Gallagher and hit him with a high flying springboard clothesline.

Kendrick pulled Alexander out of the ring and took out Swann within the process. Kendrick locked within the Captain’s Hook on Alexander and Swann hit him with a Pheonix Splash to interrupt it up.

Kendrick took a Lumbar Check from Cedric Alexander and that closed it for the babyfaces.

Enzo Amore Defeats Kalisto to become the new WWE Cruiserweight Champion

Enzo Amore def. Kalisto to become the new WWE Cruiserweight Champion
Enzo Amore def. Kalisto to become the new WWE Cruiserweight Champion

Enzo Amore’s voice was gone through the intro however they still let him cut his entire promo. I wondered how long it could be till he got heat with his personal voice too.

Kalisto worked round Enzo through the beginning of this match. Something that was being completed in the ring was mostly Kalisto’s talent if not all of it. There was an odd spot where Enzo was outside the ring and then Kalisto taunted him so Enzo ran by the ring and tossed himself outside on the opposite side. Kalisto hit a suicide dive on Enzo after that.

After they bought the ring, Enzo pulled a heel move and gained an advantage. He started hitting some strikes. Enzo measured Kalisto and ran to punt him in the chest. Enzo got on the top rope and kicked Kalisto, however instead of going for a move he simply stepped down.

Enzo hit a flying DDT on Kalisto, however, the Cruiserweight Champion kicked out at two counts. Kalisto avoided Enzo’s finisher and Enzo started to crawl away to flee Kalisto. Enzo distracted the referee by pulling up the ring apron and then he hit Kalisto with possibly a foreign object.

He his a Jord-Enzo and bought the pin

Kurt Angle & Dean Ambrose & Seth Rollins Defeats Miz, Cesaro, Sheamus, Braun Strowman & Kane (3-on-5 Handicap Tables, Ladders and Chairs Match)

Kurt Angle & Dean Ambrose & Seth Rollins def. Miz, Cesaro, Sheamus, Braun Strowman & Kane (3-on-5 Handicap Tables, Ladders and Chairs Match)
Kurt Angle & Dean Ambrose & Seth Rollins def. Miz, Cesaro, Sheamus, Braun Strowman & Kane (3-on-5 Handicap Tables, Ladders and Chairs Match)

Kurt Angle coming with Ambrose and Rollins was a nice touch however it kinda robbed fans of listening to his entrance. Angle was sporting his Shield vest in order that was a nice touch too.

There have been lots of chair shots from all three Shield members to take Braun out and then they targeted on Kane whereas the entire place went crazy with “sure” chants.

They knocked The Kane and Miz off the apron and took them down with some ladder shots. Kurt Angle started driving a ladder down onto Strowman.

The Protect kept working as a well-oiled machine after which they started to clear a desk. The Bar got involved and Cesaro took a chair to Ambrose. Sheamus was pushed into the steps and Ambrose turned it around on Cesaro. Kane hit some uppercuts on all three babyfaces.

Kurt Angle was enjoying it as safe as he could, however, there wasn’t a lot he could do when Strowman got ahold of him. Braun went to powerbomb Angle via a table however Rollins saved him with a chair shot to Strowman. Then sent Braun into a couple extra posts and that evened things up a bit. The put Kane and Strowman on every announce table and set up ladders in front of every table. Dean and Seth climbed up and hit Strowman on the heel team with random dives via the table. Dean hit an elbow and Seth landed a splash.

Rollins was holding his knee and Michael Cole called attention to it.

Kurt took a chair to The Miz and rolled him in the ring. Then The Bar took Angle down with a chair shot to the stomach and then they traded shots on Kurt.

The Bar wedged a ladder pinning Angle in opposition to a turnbuckle and kicked the ladder at the same time. Then they set Angle up for a Shield Powerbomb, however, Rollins and Ambrose jumped in to interrupt it up.

In the meantime, in the ring, Kurt Angle landed a trilogy of suplexes onto The Miz and gave Sheamus a suplex for his troubles. Kane entered the ring, however, didn’t take a suplex, instead, he had a Chokeslam become an Angle Lock. Braun Strowman broke it up and sent Angle into the barricade.

Braun sat up a table and got a ladder in place. Strowman picked up Angle and hit Angle with a Running Powerslam via the table at ringside. Angle instantly had a swarm of medical staff surrounding him.

Dean and Seth attacked Strowman and The Bar jumped in with chairs to stop them. This match was a cluster.

Rollins took a side slam from Kane whereas Kurt Angle was being helped to the back by WWE staff. Angle fell to his knees because the heels picked apart Seth and Dean in the ring.

The Miz wedged a chair into the corner and everybody sent Rollins’ head via the chair. Then they did the same with Dean. The Miz and The Bar kept taking their time whereas they punished Dean and Seth with a chair they had been trading round.

Rollins moved out of the best way of Strowman and then Kane unintentionally hit Braun Strowman with a chair. Strowman turned and pushed The Massive Red Machine and The Bar and The Miz needed to break up the in-fighting.

Dean Ambrose and Seth Rollins jumped on their backs however it didn’t work for long. Strowman get a table and Powerbomb broke the table’s legs however not the wood. So that they used the table within the corner and Strowman simply tossed Dean Ambrose via it.

Miz started to move towards the back and yelled: “deliver it in!” Then a garbage truck comes. The heels tossed Dean and Seth into the truck however they fought again. Rollins and Ambrose climbed to the highest of the garbage truck and hit stereo dives on everybody.

Miz ran to the ring and a pair of/three of The Shield caught up with him. Seth and Dean beat him with chairs and brought him to the entrance the place they borrowed one of the many tables witting around the entrance.

Kane jumped in and was about to be a double suplex, however, Braun Strowman got here in to stop it. Suddenly Kane turned on Strowman and chokeslammed him via the side of the entrance ramp. Then Kane tugged on one of many strings of chairs hanging from the ceiling and they all came raining down on Strowman to depart him knocked out.

Ambrose and Rollins jumped Kane and The Miz joined the fight. Kane double chokeslam Rollins and Ambrose via tables only Dean’s table didn’t break — it simply flipped, however, Rollins’ table broke.

This was all falling aside and wasn’t wherever near the ring at this point. Angle and Strowman had been each out. Dean cut his elbow during that final spot. Instantly Braun Strowman emerged from his pile of chairs as Kane checked out him puzzled.

Braun took out The Miz and Cesaro on his way over to get Kane. Then Strowman beat Kane down. He lifted Kane as much as toss him within the garbage truck, however, The Bar pulled Kane down. Then all of them beat on Strowman and tossed him into the garbage truck.

Then Miz advised them to drag the extent and I guess Strowman was murdered by being crushed inside that truck.

“That was murder” chants broke out. Then they made it again to the ring where it regarded like the rest of the heels was going to wash up Rollins. Instantly Kurt Angle’s music hit. He gave The Bar Angle Slams after they met him on the ramp (Cesaro took his through a table).

Kane got Angle in a tombstone however it was broken up bu Rollins and Ambrose with some chair shots. Then they took Kane out with a double spear via the barricade.

Miz snuck up behind Kurt and hit a Skull Crushing Finale for a two count. Miz tried one other Skull Crushing Finale, however, Angle turned it into an Angle Lock.

Miz kicked Angel outside the ring, however quickly all three Shield members came into the ring. Rollins hit the knee, Ambrose hit Dirty Deeds, and Angle hit an Angle Slam. Then they got Miz up and hit a Shield Bomb (with Angle doing his best Roman Reigns impression). 1–three and that was all she wrote… let’s simply hope Braun Strowman isn’t dead.

“The Demon” Finn Bálor Defeats AJ Styles

“The Demon” Finn Bálor def. AJ Styles
“The Demon” Finn Bálor def. AJ Styles

Aj vs Finn hit a couple stiff kicks and AJ returned with picture-perfect dropkicks.

Balor trapped AJ in a surfboard submission and the crowd cheered to see the move executed so effectively. Balor transitioned one submission into one other till AJ grabbed the underside rope.

Styles his a modified Phenomenal Forearm, however, Balor kicked out at two counts. Then Styles nailed a nice backbreaker. AJ unloaded some kicks and got one other two counts.

Balor started up a comeback and shot AJ from turnbuckle to turnbuckle lastly hitting Styles with a kick that sent him outside. Then Balor hit a flipping suicide dive. Once they returned to the ring, Balor hit a sling blade, however, Styles countered Balor’s next move into an ushigoroshi.

Styles hit a sit-down facebuster for a two count and then Finn caught him with a kick whereas they have been getting up. Finn stomped at Styles and the ref had to separate him. Finn hit one other dropkick to the corner, however, Styles shortly countered Finn’s next move right into a Calf Crusher. Balor countered out of the Calf Crusher by simply driving Styles’ head into the mat.

Styles was lifted to the apron and then he went for the Phenomenal Forearm, however, Balor countered by pushing him again and to the ground. Balor hit a kick from the apron and jumped down to prepare for his next assault. Finn hit a shotgun dropkick to Styles which shot him to the barricade in very hard style.

AJ droved Finn over the announce table at ringside and the 2 toppled over the table. They both made came in the ring at the same time and hit a double crossbody and a double close line to leave each other laying on the mat for a minute.

Balor kicked a shotgun dropkick to the corner and climbed the rope. AJ hit a Pele Kick on Balor when he was on the highest rope giving AJ time to jump up and be a part of him in just enough time for a hurricanrana.  Styles missed a 450 Splash and then Balor kicked another shotgun dropkick.

Balor climbed to the highest rope and hit a Coup De Gras. Three counts and Finn Balor defeated AJ Styles.

Jason Jordan Defeats Elias samson

Elias took a lot of the match punishing Jason, however, JJ’s wrestling means kept him afloat.Samson actually is doing so much better on the main roster than anyone else would have ever dreamed for The Drifter.

Jason started driving Elias samson into the turnbuckles and hit a belly-to-belly throw. Elias was sat on the highest rope and Jason climbed as much as joining him. Elias blocked a superplex and Jason jumped down, however then Jason ran right into a knee to the jaw. Elias tossed Jordan into the turnbuckle and Jason bought his injured knee.

However, Jason reversed out of a suplex and got the pin. Booker T was complaining about a quick three count.

WWE TLC 2017: Results

  1. Sasha Banks Defeats Alicia Fox (Kickoff Match)
  2. Asuka Defeats Emma
  3. Raw Women’s Champion Alexa Bliss Defeats Mickie James
  4. Cedric Alexander & Rich Swann Defeats Gentleman Jack Gallagher & The Brian Kendrick
  5. Enzo Amore Defeats Kalisto to become the new WWE Cruiserweight Champion
  6. Kurt Angle & Raw Dean Ambrose & Seth Rollins Defeats Miz, Cesaro, Sheamus, Braun Strowman & Kane (3-on-5 Handicap Tables, Ladders and Chairs Match)
  7. Finn Bálor Defeats AJ Styles
  8. Jason Jordan Defeats Elias samson

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