So, with the fifth installment of Tables, Ladders and Chairs looming, it is only fitting to express the excitement (or lack thereof) of the event. This year marks the most important of the entire series, as it marks the second major unification of titles in the WWE, the last also being at a December PPV—Vengeance—in 2001. While that match was to unify the WWE and WCW titles, Randy Orton and John Cena look to unify the WWE and World Heavyweight Championships, respectively.

Aside from this colossal matchup, the undercard matches also promise to deliver memorable moments.

Daniel Bryan and CM Punk defeated the team of Luke Harper and Erick Rowan from the Wyatt Family at Survivor Series. The next night on Raw, the feud continued, as Daniel Bryan and CM Punk faced the Wyatt Family in a handicap match. During the match, the Wyatt Family abducted Daniel Bryan. As CM Punk was going out of the ring, he was suddenly a victim of Roman Reigns's spear. The lead to an announcement on the following Raw of Daniel Bryan facing the Wyatt Family, and CM Punk facing the Shield.

Big E. Langston looks to continue his midcard push when he defends the Intercontinental Championship against Damien Sandow. Sandow, after being the first Money in the Bank winner to fail in cashing in his briefcase by pinfall, looks to gain some momentum and defeat Langston to win his first singles championship. Sandow defeated Dolph Ziggler in a number one contender's match to earn this opportunity at TLC.

Total Divas star Natalya looks to win the Divas Championship back after a three-year hiatus as she competes against champion AJ Lee. Natalya has picked up some quality wins over both AJ and her bodyguard Tamina Snuka over the past few weeks, which has earned her a title shot. AJ looks to continue her title streak of over six months, just a little over one month shy of passing Maryse in the number two spot of the longest Divas Champion in WWE history.

A four-way match was announced on SmackDown for the WWE Tag Team Championships, as Cody Rhodes and Goldust look to successfully defend the titles against the Real Americans, Ryback/Curtis Axel and Rey Mysterio/Big Show. Since Cody Rhodes and Goldust won the tag titles, we have seen a revival that is long overdue. Although the Rhodes brothers—which Goldust coined "The Brotherhood,"—look to continue their cinderella story, the other three teams look to bring the reality back to a pumpkin, mice and lizards.

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