WWE TLC: Tables, Ladders, & Chairs 2019 Results

Here are your quick and dirty, editorial-free WWE Tables, Ladders, and Chairs 2019 results. The show a TLC match for the WWE Women’s Tag Team Championship, and another one between Roman Reigns and King Corbin. Make sure you’re here tomorrow for the complete Best and Worst of WWE TLC 2019 column.

TLC Kickoff Show Results

1. Humberto Carillo defeated Andrade (with Zelina Vega). Carrillo pinned Andrade after a moonsault, but Andrade blamed Zelina for his loss.

TLC 2019 Results

— The show opened with a Firefly Fun House ‘TLC Edition’ in which Bray was decorating a ladder like a Christmas tree and talking about who’s been naughty and nice.

2. Ladder Match for the Smackdown Tag Team Championship: The New Day defeated the Revival. Big E hit the Big Ending on Dash Wilder off the ladder, and then Scott Dawson had his hands on the belts, but Kofi Kingston knocked him off the ladder and got the titles for the New Day.

— Kayla Braxton briefly interviewed King Corbin backstage, who said he plans to show the Big Dog who’s his master.

3. Aleister Black defeated Buddy Murphy. After taking a beating (and a broken nose) from Buddy Murphy, Aleister Black hit the Black Mass and got the pin.

— Charly Caruso was backstage with Rusev, who said he’s in great spirits about his divorce from Lana, because tonight he has a Tables Match with Bobby Lashley.

— As the Viking Raiders came out for their Open Challenge, the winners of a KFC contest were shown eating fried chicken at a ringside table.

4. Open Challenge for the Raw Tag Team Championship: The Viking Raiders versus the OC ended in a No Contest. All four men were outside the ring when the Ref counted ten. Then they fought on the outside, and Karl Anderson went through the KFC table.

— Kayla Braxton was backstage with the Miz, who let us know that his daughter Monroe is safe, and that she and the rest of his family are in hiding from Bray Wyatt. He went on to say that it doesn’t matter if the Fiend changes him, because this is the most personal match of his career.

5. TLC Match: King Corbin defeated Roman Reigns. Dolph Ziggler appeared from under the ring to attack Roman Reigns. Roman also had to fight the Revival and those guys who carry Corbin to the ring. Finally, Corbin pinned Reigns after hitting the End Of Days onto a steel chair.

6. Bray Wyatt defeated the Miz. Bray was just Bray, not the Fiend tonight. He pinned the Miz after a Sister Abigail. After the match, the Fiend appeared on the titantron. He said nothing, but Bray looked at him and said, “Okay, I’ll do it.” He got a big mallet out from under the ring and was about to hit Miz with it, when the lights changed and Bray dropped the mallet and said “He’s here!” Daniel Bryan appeared and attacked Bray, revealing that he has short hair and a shorter beard. He was about to hit Bray with the mallet, when the lights went out and Bray disappeared.

7. Tables Match: Bobby Lashley defeated Rusev. Lana raked Rusev’s eyes, and Lashley put him through a table to win.

— The Street Profits were talking about Lashley and Rusev, when they were interrupted by a big backstage brawl led by Roman Reigns and King Corbin.

8. TLC Match for the Women’s Tag Team Championship: The Kabuki Warriors defeated Becky Lynch and Charlotte Flair. After two many brutal spots to list, Becky Lynch was about to grab the titles, when Asuka pulled the ladder down using a rope that had been tied to it earlier. That gave Asuka a chance to climb the ladder herself, and the Kabuki Warriors retained.

— Immediately after the match, the backstage brawl spilled out into the arena. Roman Reigns speared King Corbin onto a giant group of people as the show ended.