WWE TLC PREDICTIONS: Carmella vs Nikki Bella in a No DQ Match and Alexa Bliss vs Becky Lynch in a Tables Match for the Women’s Championship (December, 4th 2016)
Tonight, WWE Delivers its last PPV of the year, as the Smackdown Brand earn the opportunity of competing in the high risk matches that come with the usual dual-brand PPV. For the first time ever, there will be two stipulated women’s matches on PPV as Nikki Bella battles longtime rival Carmella in a No Disqualification Match and Becky Lynch defends her Smackdown Women’s Championship against Alexa Bliss, with a stipulation added as recent as this week where Bliss will challenge the title holder in a Tables Match. Here to run down the possible finishes of these two anticipated matches is myself, so here goes….
Firstly to the match i expect to happen first women’s wise on the card, Nikki Bella vs Carmella in a No DQ Match. The Match is believed to be the last between the two in their storied rivalry that kicked off following this years Summerslam Pay Per View, and after much clamoring and teasing, the two will finally battle in a No Disqualification Match, where weapons (and interference’s) are LEGAL. While Nikki would be expected to come out on top to seal the feud entirely, i do expect whoever attacked Nikki at Survivor Series to unveil themselves, allowing Carmella to go over Nikki and get her revenge over the No Mercy defeat.
The Second Women’s Feud to have been spotlighted on the blue brand is the recently intensified angle between Smackdown Women’s Champion Becky Lynch and ongoing challenger, Alexa Bliss. Like her fellow promoted competitor Carmella, Alexa Bliss has stepped up upon her move to the main roster, gaining wins over Lynch well before the feud even took place. Alexa has since verbally slammed Lynch on many attempts, and gone out of her way to demand her rematch after being thwarted during WWEs visit to Scotland, losing her chance to take the title after submitting to Lynch’s submission, despite her foot being on the rope controversially. I Expect Becky to retain cleanly to close the feud entirely as using an unclean finish on a heel in the culmination of their feud wouldn’t make sense, and for Becky to enter into an angle with Naomi that leads to a match that also leads to a heel turn after the Royal Rumble.
WWE TLC airs LIVE Tonight at 1am UK Time on the WWE Network and on Sky Sports Box Office, featuring the two anticipated matches in the women’s division, plus Randy Orton and Bray Wyatt challenge Heath Slater and Rhyno for the Smackdown Tag Team Championship and AJ Styles defends his WWE Championship one more time against “The Lunatic Fringe” Dean Ambrose.