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WWE TLC 2019 Review feat. The Kabuki Warriors vs. Becky Lynch...

WWE TLC 2019 was an average show on the whole. It started great, then booking veered it off-course, before two okay matches rounded it off.

WWE TLC 2018 Review feat. Becky Lynch vs. Charlotte Flair vs....

WWE TLC 2018 proved to be a solid PPV event, thus continuing the current string of decent PPVs over the last couple of months.

WWE TLC 2017 Review feat. Kurt Angle, Seth Rollins & Dean...

Considering that the original PPV plans were thrown into disarray just two days in advance, WWE TLC 2017 ended up succeeding as a whole.

WWE TLC 2016 Review feat. AJ Styles vs. Dean Ambrose

WWE TLC 2016 was a highly entertaining show. The main event was awesome, the Chairs match was excellent and other bouts served their purpose.

WWE TLC 2015 Review feat. Sheamus vs. Roman Reigns

Considering the woeful hype and the almost-deterrent messages by fans about whether to watch, WWE TLC 2015 has to be considered a success.

WWE TLC 2014 Review feat. Dean Ambrose vs. Bray Wyatt

WWE TLC 2014 was a pretty good card which completed the bridge that leads us to the PPV return of Brock Lesnar at Royal Rumble 2015.

WWE TLC 2013 Review feat. Randy Orton vs. John Cena

WWE TLC 2013 certainly had its moments, so it was far from a rubbish card, and the main event gives the show some historical significance,

WWE TLC 2012 Review feat. The Shield vs. Team Hell No...

For The Shield's phenomenal debut match alone, WWE TLC 2012 is a must-watch. And there are a few other worthwhile bouts to check out too.

WWE TLC 2011 Review feat. CM Punk vs. The Miz vs....

WWE TLC 2011 was a pretty awesome show, with several awesome contests/moments, and a rare PPV without John Cena during this era.

WWE TLC 2010 Review feat. John Cena vs. Wade Barrett

WWE TLC 2010 is a very underrated show. The main TLC match is fantastic, while there are several other exciting battles on the card.

WWE TLC 2009 Review feat. JeriShow vs. D-Generation X

WWE TLC 2009 is far from the best PPV offering that the company presented that year, but it did give the product a much-needed shake-up.