All four SmackDown titles will be defended Sunday night at Tables, Ladders & Chairs - and nearly every match features an extreme stipulation to spice things up.
TLC will begin at 8:00 p.m. on the WWE Network. Here are our full picks for the event:
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Carmella vs. Nikki Bella in a no disqualification match
Just a few days after receiving a black eye in a brawl with Nikki Bella on SmackDown, Carmella showed up to the arena looking like she had already been through a No DQ match.
It's reasonable to expect some foul play in the match given the stipulation, and we still don't know who was behind the attack at Survivor Series that knocked Nikki Bella out of the elimination match. That mysterious person (Eva Marie?) returns and costs Nikki Bella Sunday.
The chairs match - if you're wondering, a chairs match means the participants can only use chairs and must refrain from using all other weapons - has the least hype of any bout on the card, and it's a coin toss as to the winner.
Randy Orton and Bray Wyatt vs. Heath Slater and Rhyno for the SmackDown Tag Team Championship
Heath Slater was the feel good story of the summer, but his partnership with Rhyno has lost a bit of steam over the last month. The Wyatt family, meanwhile, is on the verge of becoming an unstoppable force once again with the addition of Randy Orton and the return of Luke Harper.
Pick: Randy Orton and Bray Wyatt
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The Miz vs. Dolph Ziggler in a ladder match for the Intercontinental Championship
There's a very good chance this match steals the show.
Ziggler is just a few months removed from putting his entire career on the line in a match against The Miz, where he won the title at No Mercy only to drop it back to The Miz and miss out on Survivor Series entirely thanks to Maryse.
The Miz, meanwhile, is having one of the best years of his career in large part due to Maryse, who has been very creative in finding ways to distract The Miz's opponents.
You can make the argument that either should win, but if Ziggler loses, he'd be inexplicably in the exact spot he was before his title vs. career match.
Pick: Dolph Ziggler
Becky Lynch vs. Alexa Bliss in a tables match for the SmackDown Women's Championship
As soon as it was announced that SmackDown would receive its own Women's title, Becky Lynch was the obvious choice for the honor as the most established main-event caliber wrestler on the SmackDown roster. Five months later, it might be finally time to give Alexa Bliss a chance to show what she can do as the lead woman of the show.
Bliss was robbed in Scotland a month ago when the referee didn't notice a rope break, allowing Lynch to retain. The feud was temporarily put aside for Survivor Series, but Bliss put Lynch through a table last week on SmackDown and the title bout was made into a tables match. It still might be too early for Bliss to be a champion, but the division could use the change of pace.
Pick: Alexa Bliss
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AJ Styles vs. Dean Ambrose in a TLC match for the WWE World Championship
Styles seemingly took out his nemesis James Ellsworth on Tuesday's episode of SmackDown with a brutal Styles Clash from the steel steps - but if we've learned anything from the last two months of SmackDown, it's that Ellsworth will always find a way to interfere.
Ellsworth's influence hopefully doesn't cost Styles his title, though. SmackDown is a better show with AJ Styles as "the champ who runs the camp," a character he plays perfectly. Styles wins, and we hopefully move on to a new main event feud.