WWE TLC 2020 Results: The Fiend Randy Orton starts a hellfire; Owens reigns supreme

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Updated: December 21, 2020, 9:41:28 am

The fiend Bray Wyatt greeted Randy Orton in a Firefly Inferno Match. (Source: WWE)

WWE TLC 2020 Results, Highlights: WWE’s final pay-per-view event of the year is TLC: Tables, Ladders, and Chairs. Here’s how it turned out.

The Fiend ”Bray Wyatt vs. Randy Orton (Firefly Inferno Match)

There were no counts, no disqualifications, no pitfalls and no submissions. The only way to win the Firefly Inferno Match is to set part of your opponent on fire.

The fiend laughed at Orton’s first blows, stopped in the middle of the ring and struck before shutting off an RKO attempt and putting Orton’s boots on. The fiend struck Sister Abigail early, at which point he roared and fire finally surrounded the ring.

Both men used multiple weapons throughout the competition – The Fiend set off hellfire when he used a burning belt before attempting to hit Orton with a pickaxe. The fiend then doused gasoline on a rocking chair and tried to set it on fire after placing Orton in it, but Orton moved again.

The two continued to fight for the ring with various attempts to set the other man on fire until Orton struggled out of the jaw claw and was able to lead the fiend back into the fire, causing the fiend’s clothes to catch fire. The fiend, still on fire, went into the ring and tried to attack, but Orton hit an RKO. Orton then left the ring, grabbed a can of gasoline, and doused the unconscious fiend before setting it on fire to end the show.


Roman Reigns def. Kevin Owens retains the title

Attacking Roman Reigns from the start, Kevin Owens went mad, hit a cannonball in the corner and a frog splashed to the ground. In the course of the game, however, he had to face the doubles team of Reigns and Jey Uso. In a fabulous fighting spirit, however, Owens continued to fight the odds. But soon Reigns would gain the upper hand and punch a chokeslam through a table.

Both men took the fight to the limit as Owens continued to hold off his enemy until Jey Uso returned to grab Owens and Reigns bashed and guillotine to knock him off the ladder and claim the title. Very good agreement with excellence by Reigns and Owens.

WWE Champion Drew McIntyre defeated. AJ Styles and The Miz (tables, ladders and chairs Triple Threat Match)

In one of his toughest and most unpredictable tests as a WWE Champion, Drew McIntyre overcame the odds of beating AJ Styles and, surprisingly, The Miz to hold his title at WWE TLC.

McIntyre got his way early on by punching Styles and sending him to the ground with a thunderous blow to the chest. Trying to end the match quickly, the King of Claymore Country climbed a ladder towards the title, only to have The Phenomenal One hit his left leg with a chair.

The Miz redeemed his Money In The Bank contract during the WWE TLC’s inaugural competition – but didn’t win the WWE Championship.

Profiting from some sort of ladder match, despite not winning the briefcase by the same method, Miz interrupted the colossal clash between Drew McIntyre and AJ Styles to take advantage of the fact that he didn’t have to pinfall or submission to win the title. Miz, however, would walk through a table through AJ Styles’ associate Omos – which Morrison would try to decimate with a chair only to make the chair perform worse.

Other results-

Sasha Banks def. Carmella by filing to keep the title.

Women’s Tag Team Championship – Asuka & Charlotte Flair defeated. Nia Jax & Shayna Baszler on pinfall to win the title

The Hurt Business def. The new day over pinfall to win the title.

Big E, Daniel Bryan, Otis and Chad Gable def. Intercontinental Champions Sami Zayn, King Corbin, Cesaro & Shinsuke Nakamura (Kickoff Match)

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