Here are the results of WWE TLC, in the summary of what happened in the PPV: Tables, Ladders and Chairs held on 20/12/2020 at WWE Thunderdome (Tropicana Field) in Tampa, FL In WWE Thunderdome (Tropicana Field) there are fans connected via webcam who act as an audience like in the NBA with their supporters.
8 Men Tag Team Match:
Daniel Bryan, Otis, Big E & Chad Gable beat Cesaro, Shinsuke Nakamura, King Corbin & Sami Zayn Main Card:
TLC Match for the WWE Championship:
Drew McIntyre beats AJ Styles (w / Omos) (Drew remains champion) - During the match The Miz collects his Money in the Bank and fails the assault on the title.
Women's Match for the SmackDown Women's Championship:
Sasha Banks beats Carmella (Sasha remains champion) Tag Team Match for the Raw Tag Team Championships:
The Hurt Business (Cedric Alexander & Shelton Benjamin w / MVP) beat The New Day (Kofi Kingston & Xavier Woods) Women's Tag Team Match for the WWE Women's Tag Team Championships:
Asuka & Charlotte beat Nia Jax & Shayna Baszler (Asuka & Charlotte are the new champions) TLC Match for the Universal Championship:
Roman Reigns beats Kevin Owens (Roman remains champion) Firefly Inferno Match:
Randy Orton beats "The Fiend" Bray Wyatt Notes from the PPV:
- SmackDown Intercontinental, US and Tag Team titles were not defended.
Roman Reigns' injuried?
After a great contest, a very balanced challenge to come out again the winner from the match was once again the Tribal Chief Roman Reigns, who, respecting the forecasts, beat an ever-defying Kevin Owens and won the contest.
What worried both the insiders and the WWE Universe, however, was the end of this match that saw Reigns raise the title and at the same time touch his aching shoulder. Everyone feared the worst for one of the most important stars, arguably the most important, of the entire WWE.
According to reports from Fightful Select the situation is not worrying, Roman Reigns left the show and the WWE Universal Champion had no worrying problems. When everyone asked if the WWE Big Dog was okay, the answer to the media was only: 'Roman Reigns was good at his job.'
Some insiders have in fact speculated that Roman Reigns and the fact that he touched his shoulder was just a way to emphasize his victory and that in reality there was really no problem for the WWE Tribal Chief. The federation is aiming fully at the champion as Heel and there is curiosity about what will happen in the coming weeks and who will be the next opponent of the blue roster champion.