The Best And Worst Of WWE TLC: Tables, Ladders & Chairs 2017

Previously on the Best and Worst of TLC: James Ellsworth helped AJ Styles defeat Dean Ambrose in a tables, ladders and chairs match for the WWE Championship. Yes, that happened less than a year ago. If you can remember that at all, it feels like it happened in like, 1983.

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And now, the Best and Worst of WWE TLC: Tables, Ladders & Chairs for October 22, 2017.

Best/Worst: Nobody Is Ready For Emma

This one’s going to be divisive, so I’ll break it down from both points of view.

From a fan perspective, particularly one that can pretend this shit’s happening in a vacuum, I thought Emma vs. Asuka was great. I’ve always liked Emma a lot, believe she’s without a doubt the most underrated and underappreciated woman on the WWE roster, and like seeing her get to be a real wrestler again instead of just being the women’s division’s easily-bagged-on Byron Saxton Type. And as a person who’d prefer to see a good wrestling match to a purely purposeful one most days, I was entertained and thought they did good work.