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WWE: TLC - Tables, Ladders & Chairs 2009

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The options are endless - Drop a “Swanton Bomb” on your opponent from atop a twenty two foot ladder or simply smash his face in with a folding chair. Some of the most exciting and death-defying moments in the history of the WWE have come in TLC matches. Now for the first time ever, it’s a WWE pay-per-view event! The stars of Raw, SmackDown, and ECW will compete at WWE TLC, and this DVD will collect all the matches from this spectacular event.

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  • Actors: DX, John Cena, Undertaker, Sheamus
  • Format: Multiple Formats, AC-3, Color, Dolby, Full Screen, NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated:
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    Parental Guidance Suggested
  • Studio: World Wrestling
  • DVD Release Date: January 12, 2010
  • Run Time: 180 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (21 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B002VWNIF4
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #56,726 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
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This was one of the better and best ways to close out wwe ppv's of a dissapointing year of 2009. Thanks for reading!

Ladder match for the ECW championship
Christian vs. Shelton Benjamin
This was a very good match and a great way to start off a very extreme night. This was fast paced, very brutal, and had some great moments that could have stole the show. This match had moments like benjamin getting on the top of a ladder and then doing the wrestlemania 25 flip onto christian and almost breaking his back, and a huge frogsplash onto benjamin from the top rope and right through a ladder. This match is very entertaining and is a edge of your seat match with tons of joey styles OH MY GOD!!! Moments.
4.5/5

Intercontinental championship
John Morrison vs. Drew McIntyre
This match is also another good match on this card. This match had some fast paced moments with one of the most botched moves i have ever seen. These two had a pretty good rivalry going and put on a good match. I didn't like that Drew won, but, it was a perfect opportunity for McIntire to get the win after morrison missed a starship pain.
3.5/5

Womens championship
Mickie James vs. Michelle McCool
What a boring match. I hated this match the entire time. This was very boring and like all other diva matches, slow. This match was a filler and not watchable.
1/5

Tables match for the WWE championship
John Cena vs. Sheamus
Wow. I had no idea that this match would be good. These two put on a great match with a great buildup to go along. The ending is very dissapointing and very sad because sheamus wins with cena falling from the second rope and going through a table. I liked the brutality and how the match was back and forth the entire match.
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Welcome to the inaugural TLC: WWE PPV. There had been TLC matches in the past but never an event FEATURING multiple matches using tables, ladders and chairs.

The Main Event featured Triple H and Shawn Michaels) defeating Chris Jericho and The Big Show to win the Unified WWE Tag Team Championship in a Tables, Ladders, and Chairs.

Other matches on the card include Christian retaining his ECW Championship by defeating Shelton Benjamin in a Ladder Match, Drew McIntyre defeating John Morrisonto win the WWE Intercontinental Championship, Michelle McCool retaining her WWE Women's Championship by defeating Mickie James, Sheamus winning the WWE Championship by defeating John Cena in a Tables match, The Undertaker retaining his World Heavyweight Championship by defeating Batista in a Chairs match, and Randy Orton defeated Kofi Kingston.

Gimmick matches have always played a major role in the world of Professional Wrestling...oops: SPORTS ENTERTAINMENT. And with this DVD having FOUR gimmick matches on the card, it's worth the investment.
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I saw this PPV on the WWE Network a few months ago. It's cool for two matches that got fans talking back then, the Tables match for the WWE Championship and the Main Event TLC match for the Unified Tag Team Titles.

Sheamus came to RAW during October 2009, and then throughout the 6 weeks or so, unleashed brutality from ending Jamie Noble's wrestling career to a crushing spear on Mark Cuban of the Dallas Mavericks through a table leading up to this PPV.

The Tables match for the WWE Championship is where John Cena took on Sheamus and lost. The reception to this title match left fans stunned in silence. Now that's how WWE builds young stars although some might disagree with my opinion.

If I have to talk about Christian vs. Shelton Benjamin for the ECW Championship again, then all I gotta say that its an acceptable opener.
The Undertaker vs. Batista in a Chairs match was decent though.

The main event on the other hand, was cool and imaginary because HHH & HBK of D-Generation X were so smart to beat Chris Jericho and Big Show (Team Jerishow) in a TLC match in the most creative way to win the Tag Team titles.
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ECW Heavyweight Champion Christian Vs. Shelton Benjamin (Ladder Match) - Weeks prior to this match, Christian stated that ECW was going to steal the show on this night and that's exactly what they did here. About four minutes into the match, Christian gets busted open above his right eye which he had to get stitched up (during the match) causing the match to be set on paused for a brief period of time. From there, Christian and Shelton put on their own individual highlight reels taking numerous dives and falls off the ladder including Shelton catching Christian in mid air and powerbombing him into a ladder at one point. These two guys even doing dives onto a ladder which showcases Christian frog splashing Shelton in the closing moments of the match and destroying the ladder in the process. The only negative I can say about this match is the match being stopped so the EMT could clean up Christian but other then that, this match was very good. 4/5

WWE Intercontinental Champion John Morrison Vs. Drew McIntyre - This match played out very well as it was strictly a pure wrestling match differing itself from the opening bout. McIntyre stuck mostly to the matbased offense opposing himself from Morrison's risky, diversed style. The match was wrestled at a good pace with the crowd getting more involved as the match progressed into a very good I-C Title showdown between these two very young, gifted competitors. 3.75/5

WWE Women's Champion Michelle McCool Vs. Mickie James - For a gal who screws around with the Undertaker off camera, Michelle McCool surely admires TNA's AJ Styles quite a bit. But back to subject, this Women's Title match played out just how it was suppost to coming off the "Piggy James" comments.
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