Welcome to the final PPV of 2015, the Tables, Ladders and Chairs PPV which was held in Boston. Coming into this PPV I really didn’t have high expectations, but very excited that the Royal Rumble PPV is about 6 weeks away. You know everyone has been critical of the product from Mick Foley to the fans because attendance has taken a hit in the process. Let’s see how things turned out!!
With this being a Ladder match between three really good tag teams this had high expectations from me and pretty much everyone else. This was a great opening match to start the PPV and it was filled with so many high spots. If you missed the match, make sure you check out Kalisto hitting the Salida del Sol on Jey Uso from the top of the ladder through another ladder. The match made all the teams look great and I would love to see the Lucha Dragons eventually win the tag titles. In the end, Xavier Woods hit Kalisto in the back with his trombone as he was climbing the ladder and it allowed Kofi to go up the ladder and grab the titles. Winners and Still Tag Champs: New Day
Match Rating: 4.25/5
Coming into this match my expectations were very low and I was pretty much right. The crowd really wasn’t into the match and I don’t know if it was because the prior match or they just didn’t care. Rusev picked up the win after locking in the Accolade!! Winner: Rusev
Match Rating: 2/5
I’ll be honest, it’s nice to see Jack Swagger back on TV because I’ve always been a fan and think the WWE should do him better. The Chairs match wasn’t as good as it should’ve been and I really think they need to take the U.S. title off of Del Rio. In the end, Del Rio hit his finisher on Swagger on to a bunch of chairs for the win. Winner and Still United States Champ: Alberto Del Rio
Match Rating: 2.5/5
This match was set-up when the Wyatt Family beat down the Dudley Boyz a few weeks back, then they brought in Tommy Dreamer, after the Wyatt Family still beat all of them down they brought in Rhyno to even things out. This was a pretty good match with action everywhere and after Team Extreme eliminated Erick Rowan, the Wyatt Family ran the table and got rid of all the former ECW guys to win. Winners: Wyatt Family
Match Rating: 3/5
This is one match, one feud I’ve been looking forward to between a couple of my favorite wrestlers. This match was really good as expected, plus it was physical and in the end, Dean Ambrose pulled off what I believed to be the huge upset and won the championship. Winner and New Intercontinental Champion: Dean Ambrose
Match Rating: 3.5/5
We have the Divas championship match between Charlotte, the champion against Paige, who’s a former 2-time champion. It seems like they’re switching spots with Charlotte playing up the heel role lately as she has aligned with her daddy. This was a pretty good match between these two and in the end, Charlotte used an exposed turnbuckle to beat Paige and remain Divas Champion. Winner and Still Divas Champion: Charlotte
Match Rating: 3/5
Now it’s time for the main event as Sheamus defend his WWE Championship he won at the Survivor Series last month against Roman Reigns. This was another really physical match-up with both guys using damn near every table throughout the match. When it seemed like Reigns was about to climb the ladder and grab the championship, Rusev & Alberto Del Rio attacked him from behind. Reigns fought them off as much as he could, but Sheamus climbed the ladder and retrieved the title. Winner and Still WWE Champion: Sheamus
Match Rating: 4/5– The match was really good, but I gave this a better rating thanks to the post-match happenings courtesy of Roman Reigns. As Rusev and Alberto Del Rio were holding Sheamus up celebrating, Reigns speared all of them and beat them down with a chair. Triple H came down and tried to calm down Reigns and as they were getting Sheamus, Del Rio and Rusev out of the ring, Reigns hit Triple H with the Superman Punch. Roman Reigns proceeded to beat the hell out of Triple H and eventually powerbombed him through the announcers table. After Triple H was being helped up and Reigns was walking up the aisle, Reigns returned and speared the hell out of Triple H as the crowd chanted, Thank You Roman!