Updated 04:42 PM EDT, Sun, Sep 26, 2021

TLC 2014: Dec. 14 WWE Matches, Predictions & Livestream Schedule - When & Where to Watch Online

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This Sunday's WWE competition has already been rebranded as a TLC special: Tables, Ladders, and Chairs, and the event will show nine matches in total, according to the International Business Times.

With this many matches, there are a lot of bets going on, and here are some of the top predictions according to IBT:

Dean Ambrose vs. Bray Wyatt
Winner: Bray Wyatt

Because the WWE Think Tank still has to establish Wyatt as a strong wrestler for the coming years, they need his win to make big bucks on the pay-per-view segments, so they're definitely going to let him win.

John Cena vs Seth Rollins
Winner: John Cena

Apparently, if Cena loses the match, he will no longer be considered as the top contender in the WWE World Heavyweight Championship, which means that this match will be for him all the way.

Nikki Bella vs AJ Lee
Winner: Nikki Bella

Rumors have been going around that AJ Lee may be exiting WWE, together with her husband, which means that the Think Tanks may have to introduce a new feud for Nikki and Brien Bella. In order to do so, they must make sure that Nikki retains her title.

Ruskev Takes vs Jack Swagger
Winner: Rusev Takes

Rumors are that WWE wants Takes to be undefeated until WrestleMania 31, which means that he's going to have to win this Sunday's match.

Ryback vs Kane
Winner: Ryback

Kane has not won a match for awhile, so it really won't matter whether or not he will win this one. Ryback, on the other hand, need to win the match to take back his throne when he was eliminated from a recent Survivor Series Match

The New Day vs Gold & Stardust
Winner: The New Day

Considering that nobody is taking them seriously right now, WWE may have to make them out as a strong team, so they will have to win the match in order to stop being seen as the underdogs.

The matches will be held live from the Quicken Loans Arena in Cleveland, Ohio, but don't expect it to have a champion since Brock Lesnar is not going to be involved in the matches in any way. However, it is predicted by WhatCulture that Cena and Rollins will most likely close the show.

If you can't watch them live, the WWE clashes will be available on Pay Per View on Sunday. You can also check it live online here. Who are your top bets?

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