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SETH ROLLINS BREAKS FINGER
Seth Rollins suffered a broken little finger in a street fight match with Erick Rowan on Sunday night in Augusta, Georgia.
Rollins was originally scheduled to work a match on Raw last night against Cedric Alexander and even face Kevin Owens at this Sunday’s Tables, Ladders and Chairs pay-per-view.
WWE officials say Rollins has been cleared to perform with the injury going forward.
TWO WWE SUPERSTARS GIVEN WELLNESS SUSPENSIONS
Robert Roode and Primo Roode are both given 30-day suspensions for wellness violations. Click here for the full story.
WOMENS TAG TITLE TLC MATCH ANNOUNCED
Women’s Tag Team Champions Asuka & Kairi Sane will defend their titles against Becky Lynch & Charlotte Flair in a tables, ladders, and chairs match.
One week after their handicap match against Charlotte, Asuka & Sane faced Lynch two-on-one tonight. This came from Charlotte asking Becky to team with her earlier in the night, but Lynch said she’d rather face them on her own.
Lynch defeated Asuka & Sane by disqualification after Asuka used a steel chair. Sane then gave Lynch a flying elbow off the top rope through a table on the outside. Asuka & Sane attacked Charlotte backstage later and challenged Lynch & Charlotte for TLC.
TWO MORE MATCHES MADE FOR TLC PAY-PER-VIEW
A tables match between Rusev and Bobby Lashley has been announced.
Rusev and Lana’s divorce segment opened tonight’s Raw, setting up Rusev vs. Lashley for TLC. Rusev also put Lashley through a table.
Aleister Black vs. Buddy Murphy was also confirmed for the pay-per-view on tonight’s go-home edition of Raw. Black defeated Akira Tozawa on tonight’s show, with a promo from Murphy airing prior to the match.
ELIMINATION CHAMBER HEADING TO PHILADELPHIA
WWE Elimination Chamber comes to Philadelphia for the first time ever on March 8th, 2020.
The show will take place at Wells Fargo Center and will be final pay-per-view before Wrestlemania 36.
Tickets go on sale this Friday, Dec. 13 at 10AM ET/4PM BST.
NEW JAPAN ANNOUNCES NEW BEGINNING USA TOUR
NJPW have announced their next tour in the United States, which will take place in late January.
This will be the first event under the New Japan in America banner, which launched earlier in the year.
The tour begins on January 24th in Tampa, Florida. The next show is on January 26th in Nashville, Tennessee followed by Raleigh, North Carolina on January 27th. They then go to Miami on January 30th before concluding on February 1st in Atlanta, Georgia.
No venues or talent were announced for the tour and will run concurrently with the Road to New Beginning tour in Japan.