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Real Reason Behind WWE Not Announcing Any Match For TLC 2019 So Far

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• On This Day In Pro Wrestling History (December 6, 1998) – WWF Capital Carnage

On this day in Pro Wrestling history on December 6, 1998, the World Wrestling Federation aired ‘Capital Carnage’ LIVE on PPV from the London Arena in London, England (UK / Europe).

This UK-only pay-per-view event would be renamed ‘WWF Rebellion’ the next year and became an annual event until 2002.

Here are the results:

– Gangrel defeated Al Snow

– The Headbangers defeated The Legion of Doom

– Val Venis defeated Goldust

– Tiger Ali Singh defeated Edge

– Christian and Sable defeated Jacqueline and Marc Mero

– WWF Intercontinental Championship: Ken Shamrock (c) defeated Steve Blackman

– Triple H defeated Jeff Jarrett

– WWF Tag Team Championship: The New Age Outlaws (c) defeated D’Lo Brown and Mark Henry

– WWF Championship: The Rock (c) defeated X-Pac by DQ

– 4-Way: Stone Cold Steve Austin defeated Kane, Mankind and The Undertaker

• Real Reason Behind WWE Not Announcing Any Match For TLC 2019 So Far

The final WWE PPV of the year, TLC 2019, is just a week away and WWE has not announced any match for this show so far.

According to the Wrestling Observer, this is Vince McMahon’s new strategy to increase WWE Network subscribers:

“McMahon’s new philosophy is that the PPV’s are all about network sign-ups, as opposed to the limited PPV business still being done.

The belief based on patterns of sign-ups is that they are big the last day of the show, and not before.”

Also Read: Complete Rumored Match-Card For TLC 2019

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