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JY57 11-23-2012 08:43 PM

World Heavyweight Champion Big Show vs. Sheamus – Chairs Match
 
http://www.wwe.com/shows/wwetlc/2012...match-26070872

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World Heavyweight Champion Big Show vs. Sheamus – Chairs Match



After turning in back-to-back contenders for “ Match the Year” in their first two meetings at Hell in a Cell and Survivor Series – in addition to brawling in an English pub and a parking lot – World Heavyweight Champion Big Show and Sheamus will battle for the illustrious World Title for a third time in a Chairs Match WWE’s final pay-per-view of 2012, WWE TLC: Tables, Ladders & Chairs.

Following Big Show’s World Heavyweight Title victory over Sheamus at Hell in a Cell on Oct. 28 in an incredibly intense contest that ended after, not one, but two KO Punches, it was clear that the competition between the two was just heating up.

That proved true as Show assaulted Sheamus and William Regal at an English pub during WWE’s recent European tour, leaving Regal battered. The vitriol between the massive new champion and The Celtic Warrior then exploded in a parking lot slugfest on the Nov. 16 edition of SmackDown. But, the most shocking sequence of events yet would emerge from their epic rematch at Survivor Series.

When Big Show sensed the possibility of defeat in the climatic final moments of their showdown, the World Champion suddenly pulled referee Scott Armstrong in front of the Brogue Kick, before hitting a distracted Celtic Warrior with the KO Punch. Because The World’s Largest Athlete lost by disqualification, he was able to hold onto his priceless title. But that wouldn’t stop Sheamus from unleashing his own brand of retribution.

Picking up a steel chair, Sheamus attacked The World’s Largest Athlete in one of the most extreme assaults in recent years. Repeatedly blasting the gigantic titleholder, Sheamus tossed away his weapon only after Show repeatedly appealed for him to stop. Discarding the chair was not a compassionate decision, though, as the Irish Superstar put the painful icing on the cake with the earth-shattering Brogue Kick.

In the wake of Big Show’s controversial title defense and Sheamus’ brutal chair assault, SmackDown General Manager Booker T made the announcement on the Nov. 23 episode of SmackDown: Big Show will defend his World Heavyweight Championship against Sheamus at WWE TLC: Tables, Ladders & Chairs on Sunday, Dec. 16. But Booker’s proclamation included a twist.

Most likely based upon Sheamus’ savage chair attack, this World Heavyweight Championship clash will be a Chairs Match, which is sure to add a wrinkle to the proceedings. Sheamus has gotten the best of the giant once with a chair already, so the match stipulation could help The Celtic Warrior.

For Big Show, however, both the chair and the upcoming pay-per-view hold a dark place in his heart. After all, at the WWE TLC event one year ago, the giant lost his newly captured World Title after only 45 seconds when Daniel Bryan cashed in his Money in the Bank Contract seconds after his Chairs Match against Mark Henry.

Complicating matters even further, current Mr. Money in the Bank Dolph Ziggler is always waiting in the wings for the opportunity to cash in his own contract on the champion. If he does choose WWE TLC as moment to seize his opportunity, the question is: Who will the champion be?

With two instant-classic matches as a blueprint, the WWE Universe has an idea of what to expect when these behemoths collide: high-impact, high-intensity action between two of WWE’s biggest and most powerful Superstars. With each battle, with each war of words, this grudge has only grown more barbaric. Can either Sheamus or Big Show survive another show down?

WWE TLC: Tables, Ladders & Chairs emanates from Brooklyn, N.Y.’s Barclays Center Sunday, Dec. 16, at 8/7 CT. Don’t miss out on WWE’s final – and possibly most intense – pay-per-view of the year! (HOW TO WATCH)

JY57 11-23-2012 09:58 PM

Re: World Heavyweight Champion Big Show vs. Sheamus – Chairs Match
 
I am hoping Mark Henry returns and destroys that loser Big Show after Sheamus destroys him. He needs to after what Big Show did to him.

I see Ziggler cashing in (finally) like Bryan did last year @ TLC. Just hope there isn't a program with Show/Sheamus with Ziggler especially Sheamus (they have fought like 1,847,436 times already). Get re-match on RAW/SD and that be the end of it.

Patrick Bateman 11-23-2012 10:01 PM

Re: World Heavyweight Champion Big Show vs. Sheamus – Chairs Match
 
I think a Last Man Standing match would be more fitting but whatever. I hope Big Show wins.

Brye 11-23-2012 10:17 PM

Re: World Heavyweight Champion Big Show vs. Sheamus – Chairs Match
 
Don't want Zig to cash in but I think he might.

Never been a fan of the chairs match concept.

Shawn Morrison 11-23-2012 10:47 PM

Re: World Heavyweight Champion Big Show vs. Sheamus – Chairs Match
 
Will be a good final match. Though WWE is paying for their stupid gimmick PPV's. This is the exact same as last year's Henry/Show Chairs match. Honestly it should have been a Last Man Standing match as that fits this feud well. but oh well, maybe they'll do that at Royal Rumble or Smackdown new year's.

I want Ziggler to cash in and then defend against Cena in TLC. Sheamus/Show can continue their feud without the title, cause i'd rather see it continue on SD instead of Orton/Del Rio.

NoyK 11-24-2012 12:20 AM

Re: World Heavyweight Champion Big Show vs. Sheamus – Chairs Match
 
The way I see it happening is Big Show winning yet again with some controversy, and a replay of Survivor Series where Sheamus beats the hell out of the Big Show with a steel chair, only this time even worse than the last PPV, followed by a Brogue Kick, to the point where he can't get up.

And then...

"I'm here to show the world!"

Beermonkeyv1 11-24-2012 12:24 AM

They SHOULD have ziggler cash in at this one as at the moment he seems to have "momentum" big show losing the title at two consective tlc ppvs will make it a jinx ppv perhaps


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Regnes 11-24-2012 01:41 AM

Re: World Heavyweight Champion Big Show vs. Sheamus – Chairs Match
 
I think chairs matches are a stupid concept, they're just no DQ matches where the participants are encouraged to use chairs over any other weapon. It's boring, and it's ridiculous that the WHC match will be decided in a chairs match for the second time running and that Big Show will have been in both of them.

How about a tables match, Big Show is a heavy bastard, like always they can market that as a disadvantage for the guy they clearly want viewed as the underdog in this feud.

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Originally Posted by Beermonkeyv1 (Post 12301983)
They SHOULD have ziggler cash in at this one as at the moment he seems to have "momentum" big show losing the title at two consective tlc ppvs will make it a jinx ppv perhaps

I disagree with this for one reason alone, it would involve Big Show being champion at least once a year. I fear for whoever has to work a feud with that oaf. Remember how Barett was supposed to be getting a push, but then Paul went and wrecked his arm with that clumsy stunt he botched?

Rock&Austin 11-24-2012 03:57 AM

Re: World Heavyweight Champion Big Show vs. Sheamus – Chairs Match
 
As much as I want Ziggler to cash in, I also want Show to keep the title, he hasn't had many reigns and based on his last two matches he really deserves to hold onto the title for a bit longer. Its going to be interesting one way or another.

House Targaryen 11-24-2012 06:27 AM

Re: World Heavyweight Champion Big Show vs. Sheamus – Chairs Match
 
I'm thinking this is the time Ziggler cashes in. They have really started to give him the ball so to speak against Cena and I expect WWE to *hopefully* follow through with it.


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