If I can make a Vanessa Williams quote on a pro wrestling sports article, I would say “We’ll go an save the best for last”. The reason for the late 80’s pop culture reference is if there happens to be a conversation at the Christmas dinner table on what was the best WWE Pay Per View of 2012, WWE Tables, Ladders and Chairs PPV is definitely in the conversation for being the best PPV of the year.
We have seen the WWE really pushing the pedal to the metal in terms of pushing younger talent and revitalizing all divisions in the WWE. Since WWE Night Of Champions, we have seen a more concertive dynamic effort coming from the mid to low high car talents. Since then the WWE PPV’s have truly delivered in content, and if 2013 is set to be a year of quantitative content, then we are in store for a helluva ride.
Tonight, no titles changed hands, however the WWE closed this year with an indicator of who tomorrows next top stars are. The real showing of this was the close of the PPV, as Dolph Ziggler was sitting on top of the ladder (and the world for that matter) holding his Money In The Bank briefcase as he defeated John Cena.
Similar to how we saw the tide of the WWE change at Wrestlemania 21, the tide of top superstars is now beginning to shift once again, as a new breed of the future of the business, are now here.
WWE TLC 2012 Results
First and Foremost, Lillian Garcia leads the WWE Universe as the ring bell tolls 26 times in acknowledgement of the victims of the Sandy Hook Elementary School Tragedy.
The Roads Scholars defeat Rey Mysterio and Sin Cars to become #1 Contenders for the Tag Belts.
Kofi Kingston Defeats Wade Barrett to retain the Intercontinental Championship
Antonio Ceasaro Defeated R-Truth to retain the United States Championship
The Shield defeats Team Hell No/Ryback in the Tables, Ladders and Chairs Match
Eve Defeats Naomi of the Funkadactlys.
The Big Show defeats Sheamus in a Chairs Match to retain the World Heavyweight Championship
Alberto Del Rio, The Miz and The Brooklyn Brawler defeat The 3MB
Dolph Ziggler Defeats John Cena in a Ladder Match to retain his Money In The Bank Briefcase
Maurice D. Proffit is a Writer for Rant Sports