WWE TLC 2017 matches, predictions: Full compare card, rumors, PPV date, start time

October 20, 2017 - WWE

With usually one month to go until Survivor Series, a Raw code presents what has generally been one of a many expected pay-per-views of a year in WWE TLC: Tables, Ladders and Chairs. This year? Well, we could contend a label leaves a lot to be preferred with one categorical eventuality chapter match, usually dual titles on a line and a garland of filler that we would routinely see on Monday nights.

Nevertheless, we here during CBS Sports will be covering TLC live Sunday commencement with a kickoff uncover during 7 p.m. ET. The movement unequivocally kicks into rigging one hour after during 8 p.m. live from a Target Center in Minneapolis, Minnesota.

Be certain to check out a full line-up of predictions for WWE TLC below, and don’t forget to subscribe to a In This Corner with Brian Campbell Podcast where we mangle down all we need to know any week in a universe of WWE.

2017 WWE TLC predictions

Sasha Banks vs. Alicia Fox (Kickoff Show)

Brian Campbell: This kickoff uncover compare brings some-more expectation with it than a storyline truthfully deserves. That’s since Fox has a approach of amplifying a power of a shred due to her character’s crazy turns. She did so on Raw this week with a heartless backstage conflict on Banks. Don’t let that upset you, however, with Fox carrying most of a shot during winning a match. Pick: Banks wins

Adam Silverstein: I kind of wish to go a other approach here with Foxy reckoning out a approach to collect adult an astonishing victory, yet eventually we see no approach how that would advantage Banks in a least. It is strange that Becky Lynch and Banks are totally out of a pretension design on their particular brands during this point. Pick: Banks wins

Cedric Alexander Rich Swann vs. The Brian Kendrick Jack Gallagher

AS: Though we would routinely assume this would be a aegis compare between a final dual bouts on a label … we can’t even singular out a double categorical eventuality compare for TLC. So we don’t know where this goes, and we see no reason for it to be on this PPV during all. That said, while we cruise Alexander would be a good cruiserweight champion one day if he can figure out how to get over on a mic, it would be some-more impactful for a heels to take this one. Pick: Kendrick Gallagher win

BC: Gallagher’s heel spin and a mentorship he has perceived from Kendrick is a story that has been told good over a past dual months on 205 Live. But a argument with Alexander, who still has categorical eventuality intensity from an in-ring viewpoint yet not on a microphone, simply hasn’t resonated. Neither does a thought of this forced tab group match. Pick: Kendrick Gallagher win 

Cruiserweight Championship — Kalisto (c) vs. Enzo Amore

BC: If backstage rumors are true, Kalisto winning a pretension was a last-minute preference on Raw dual weeks ago and a approach outcome of a undone Neville walking off set in genuine life and never returning. Considering how most Amore has finished to move much-needed hum to a cruiserweight division, Kalisto’s power feels overwhelmingly temporary. Pick: Amore wins a title

AS: Hard to disagree with those points. Amore has finished a cruiserweight multiplication feel legitimate, and while Kalisto is a illusory addition, he does not have a inherited microphone ability to lift a strap. we could see Kalisto gripping a pretension for another integrate weeks, yet it creates some-more clarity for Amore to take it behind and be a two-time champion who now has a ability to gloat even some-more about his accomplishments. Pick: Amore wins a title

Women’s Championship — Alexa Bliss (c) vs. Mickie James

AS: This feels like a send-off after a good lapse run for James, who fit in good with a Raw women’s multiplication yet has no legitimate reason (in kayfabe) to be honourable of a pretension shot. Bliss has been a plain champion and finished superb work on a mic, yet she needs to dump a championship earlier than after … yet it won’t be to James. I’m awaiting a nice, purify win for Bliss as James rides off into a nightfall following a compare that overdelivers. Pick: Bliss retains a title

BC: While James has overachieved during times in a buildup to this championship feud, it’s formidable to get past a fact that her impression is impossibly distant from honourable of a opportunity. Ask yourself this question: Where a heck has Nia Jax been a past few weeks? James’ final promo on Monday, that talked adult her age and how vehement she is to lapse home to her three-year-old son, teased a thought that this could be her final full-time feud. Time will tell. Pick: Bliss retains a title   

Asuka vs. Emma

BC: Considering Asuka left NXT with a ideal record and will be creation her initial categorical register entrance of any kind during TLC, we can all yet pledge a detriment for Emma. That doesn’t sack from a intrigue, however, as NXT did a extensive pursuit in gripping her special with how they requisitioned such a special. Here’s to anticipating Raw does a same thing. Pick: Asuka wins

AS: Asuka’s widespread run in NXT should continue with her categorical register entrance on Sunday. While Emma should not be squashed here — these dual indeed had a extensive compare together behind in NXT — she should remove rather fast and put over Asuka’s dominance. In other words, Asuka should be built stronger here than Shinsuke Nakamura was in his entrance opposite Dolph Ziggler. Here’s to Asuaka winning Sunday and not losing until she takes a women’s pretension during Royal Rumble. Pick: Asuka wins

The Demon (Finn Balor) vs. Sister Abigail (Bray Wyatt)

AS: Who a ruin knows what is going to occur in this one?! The one thing that we am certain about is that this argument was requisitioned intensely feeble — and that’s aside from a gimmicks. Either WWE is going to have Balor go over Wyatt in 3 true matches — ideally strengthening him for a run during Brock Lesnar for a concept championship — or Wyatt is going to win with Abigail holding down a Demon. Here’s because both of those are vital problems: Lesnar is taken as he’ll be fighting Jinder Mahal during Survivor Series, and Wyatt violence Balor in a array culmination would put over a heel yet put a face in an unfit situation. It is for that reason that we unfortunately contend this: The argument does not finish Sunday night. Abigail finds a approach to dispatch The Demon, heading Balor to regroup and a parties to quarrel one some-more time during Survivor Series in November. It is during that indicate that Balor will go over and start his argument with Lesnar. Pick: Sister Abigail wins

BC: If WWE’s idea was to reduce a expectation turn for this one to roughly laughable levels, cruise it goal accomplished. Seeing a wrestler of Balor’s peculiarity be forced to enclose pumpkin orange makeup as some arrange of gratifying Halloween chronicle of his Demon impression was tough to take. This once-promising argument has been so bad that it’s melancholy to mark both characters involved. Unless WWE pulls a late snake and dramatically debuts Paige or Nikki Cross as Sister Abigail, let’s usually wish this one is discerning and painless. Most importantly, let’s wish it ends here. Pick: The Demon wins

The Shield vs. The Miz, Sheamus Cesaro, Braun Strowman Kane (TLC Match)

BC: Kane’s warn return, usually weeks after a 20-year anniversary of his character’s WWE debut, doubled down on a sentimental lift of a new Shield reunion. It also non-stop a doorway for a most some-more formidable storyline, potentially involving a lapse of The Undertaker if it heads in that direction. Because of that fact, and a strenuous 5-on-3 contingency opposite a babyface in this case, design this compare to have a schmoz finish, building a highway toward Survivor Series. Pick: Team Miz wins

AS: The story of this compare will be The Shield entrance off as so clever that it is roughly means to overcome a indomitable contingency that exist of them going adult opposite not usually a five-man group yet one featuring monsters in Strowman and Kane. Unlike BC, I’m not certain we’re in for that most of a schmoz finish. Strowman could collect adult a purify pinfall feat over Ambrose and no one would unequivocally bat an eye. It does feel like WWE is environment adult for something large in a categorical eventuality deliberation how bad a label is overall, yet we don’t cruise it will outcome in The Shield removing over. (By a way, we have not seen Samoa Joe in a while … and he should be healthy now.) Pick: Team Miz wins

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