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WWE's version of the Demolition Derby, WWE Tables, Ladders and Chairs is one of the most chaotic PPVS of the year. The popular TLC stipulation gave rise to this fan favourite PPV.

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History

WWE TLC made its debut as a stipulation and not a PPV event. The very first TLC match was at SummerSlam 2000. Three of WWE's top teams, Edge and Christian, The Hardy Boyz and The Dudley Boyz tore each other apart in the first TLC match. The most infamous TLC match came at WrestleMania X7, where Edge speared Jeff Hardy off a 20-foot ladder.

WWE introduced the TLC PPV in 2009. It featured marquee matches like Undertaker vs Batista, Sheamus vs John Cena and DX vs Chris Jericho and Big Show in the main event. Their match was the only one fought with the TLC stipulation.

At WWE TLC 2013, the PPV saw its biggest main event ever. Randy Orton took on John Cena for the WWE Championship and the World Heavyweight Championship. They fought the unification match under the TLC stipulation. Randy Orton sent John Cena head first into a table, to climb the ladder and win the belts.

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WWE TLC saw its first women's main event in 2018. Becky Lynch, Asuka and Charlotte Flair battled for the SmackDown Women's Championship. An interruption from Ronda Rousey helped Asuka win the first ever women's TLC match.

Where to watch WWE TLC 2020?

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One can watch the 2020 edition of the Tables, Ladders, and Chairs PPV on the WWE Network or contact your local cable provider. The main card starts both days at 7 p.m. ET/4 p.m. PT.