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WWE TLC Trails Behind the Buzz of NWA’s Into the Fire

WWE TLC Trails Behind the Buzz of NWA’s Into the Fire thanks to a lack of important matchups. KOP analyzes what WWE and AEW could learn from the NWA.

WWE TLC Trails Behind the Buzz of NWA’s Into the Fire thanks to a lack of important matchups. KOP analyzes what WWE and AEW could learn from the NWA.

  • Sure there were WWE Hall of Fame announcements of the NWO and Batista.
  • Sure, WWE issued a number of releases.
  • Sure, there is the constant bickering of AEW and WWE fans in the Twitter playground.

This weekend is a very telling trio of supercards. We have WWE TLC, NWA Into the Fire, and Ring Of Honor Wrestling’s Final Battle this weekend.

KOP previews and predicts each event and how each promotion depicts the different phases of success and failure with each brand.

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