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WWE guarantees one winner and one champion at the end of TLC

On Monday Night RAW yesterday WWE made it a point to say more than once
that it’s a guarantee that there will be one winner and one champion at
the TLC: Tables, Ladders, and Chairs pay-per-view where the WWE and World
championships will be up for grabs. Several rumors online were suggesting
that WWE will pull a quick switch and have Orton grab the World title
while Cena grabs the WWE title at the same time, switching the
championships and also leaving the possibility to unify the titles down
the line at a major pay-per-view. Just before the final segment of the
show, WWE ran the results of a poll which asked fans what should WWE call
the champion after the TLC pay-per-view, with “The Unified Champion”
winning the poll with 38% of the votes. The other two options were
“Undisputed WWE champion” and “Undisputed World champion,” with each
getting 31% of the votes. Stephanie McMahon called this particular match a
“historic, once-in-a-lifetime matchup,” which is anything but since WWE
unified both titles before with Chris Jericho declared as the first
Undisputed champion.

(thanks to Colin Vassallo)

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3 Responses

  1. MC Live says:

    To be fair, Jericho unified a completely different title than the World Heavyweight Championship. That was the WCW Championship, or just the World Champjonship. This is the World Heavyweight Championship. The lineages are technically not connected. So this particular match hasn’t happened before. Also, Jericho Austin wasn’t a TLC match.

  2. Stonz says:

    Agreed. I think the biggest thing they are pushing as being “historic” is the fact that it is a TLC match. Lol – Funny how slight the wording of what a championship is called can make it a “whole new championship” huh?

  3. James says:

    They always say they there will be only one champion but they never mention Cena or Orton. I see a third person added at the last minute. Possibly Kane.

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