The Best And Worst Of WWE TLC 2012

By: 12.17.12  •  110 Comments

WWE TLC 2012

Pre-show notes:

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– I apologize for the weird execution of the TLC live thread. Some combination of jet lag and the sad stuff that happened over the weekend got me mixed up, and I didn’t get it up and ready like I should’ve. It won’t happen again.

So yeah, please click through and enjoy the Best And Worst Of WWE TLC 2012. Spoiler alert: Nobody gets a red light special.

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