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TLC 2013 Pulled From The WWE Network

It's mysteriously disappeared...

WWE recently announced their final pay-per-view of the year will once again be TLC: Tables, Ladders & Chairs. The show will be broadcast on December 20 from Tropicana Field in St. Petersburg, Florida. 

Fans looking to catch up on the past 11 editions of TLC won't be able to do so, though. For an unknown reason, TLC 2013 has disappeared from the WWE Network so unless you purchased the DVD, you're out of luck for the time being. 

The Kickoff Show is still available to watch on YouTube, so the event hasn't been completely pulled. 

The pay-per-view was built around the unification of the WWE Championship and World Heavyweight Championship. John Cena and Randy Orton rekindled their long-running rivalry for the match and The Viper ultimately left the Toyota Center with both titles. The show also featured two 3-On-1 Handicap matches as Daniel Bryan battled The Wyatt Family and CM Punk defeated The Shield. 

Elsewhere on the pay-per-view, Big E retained the Intercontinental Championship against Damien Sandow, AJ Lee defeated Natalya to hold on to the Divas Title, R-Truth vanquished Brodus Clay, Kofi Kingston overcame The Miz in a No Disqualification match and Cody Rhodes & Goldust outlasted The Big Show & Rey Mysterio, The Real Americans and RybAxel to retain the Tag Team Championship. 


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