WWE TLC 2016: Dean Ambrose loses to AJ Styles after James Ellsworth turns heel
WWE's pay-per-view event Tables, Ladders and Chairs, (TLC 2016), saw some new twists and turns through the night with SmackDown Live crowing new tag team champions
WWE's pay-per-view event Tables, Ladders and Chairs, (TLC 2016), saw some new twists and turns through the night with SmackDown Live crowing new tag team champions.
Randy Orton and Bray Wyatt made short work of WWE tag team title holders Heath Slater and Rhyno to become the new SmackDown tag team champions.
Nikki Bella fought off her arch rival Carmella and won in a no disqualification match by hitting the Rack Attack 2.0 but after the match Carmella took the mic to reveal that Natalya was her mysterious attacker during Survivor Series 2016.
TLC 2016 then hosted a ladder match for the Intercontinental championship between the Miz and Dolph Ziggler. Before the match Daniel Bryan said Ziggler would be a better champion. The Miz went on to defeat Ziggler after knocking Ziggler off the ladder to retain the Intercontinental title.
WWE TLC's next match was a chairs match between Kalisto and Baron Corbin which ended in the latter winning the match after hitting Kalisto onto a stack of chairs.
SmackDown women's champion Becky Lynch faced Alexa Bliss in a tables match for the title. Alexa hit a powerbomb on Becky Lynch onto a tables outside to win the match and claim the title.
Dean Ambrose faced WWE World Champion AJ Styles in a Tables, Ladders and Chairs match for the title in the TLC 2016 main event. The crowd began chanting for the Undertaker. While the two fought off with Styles hitting the Phenomenal Forearm as well as a springboard 450 onto Ambrose, James Ellsworth came to the ringside. When AJ Styles and Dean Ambrose climbed up the ladder to grab the belt, James Ellsworth turned heel and pushed Dean Ambrose through tables which resulted in AJ Styles retaining his WWE championship title.
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