The WWE TLC 2013 live stream and televised pay-per-view matches arrive on Sunday, Dec. 15 with the most important match featuring the two top superstars and champions in the WWE. A tables, ladders and chairs match featuring World Heavyweight champion John Cena against WWE champion Randy Orton will highlight the event, as the two compete to unify the titles. In addition, there's two big handicap matches and several other exciting matchups on the undercard. The televised and live stream WWE TLC matches begin with a free "Kick Off" show online ahead of the main pay-per-view.
A report from CageSideSeats on Dec. 14 indicates that the matches begin at 7:30 p.m. Eastern Standard Time with the special "free streaming pre-show" online. This show will feature a panel of WWE superstars or personalities breaking down all the big matches for the pay-per-view, with highlights and video packages shown. In addition, it gives fans one free match to watch online. This particular pre-show match will spotlight Dolph Ziggler aka "The Show Off" as he battles dancing superstar Fandango. Ziggler has been on a bit of a slide lately, ever since losing the World Heavyweight Title months ago to Alberto Del Rio, so he'll look to regain some momentum. This match and entire free pre-show can be viewed on WWE's YouTube channel, Facebook page, Google+, Twitter, Yahoo! or WWE.com website beginning at 7:30 p.m. EST.
The main pay-per-view begins immediately after that on cable, satellite and live internet feed (through WWE.com or related apps). The biggest match on the card is of course Cena vs. Orton, but there's several other matches that may catch fans' attention. Divas champion A.J. Lee will once again put her championship on the line, this time defending against Natalya. Natalya, a member of the "Total Divas" cast is looking to reclaim the belt for another title reign, although A.J. will look to continue her strong run. Another title holder, Intercontinental Champion Big E Langston, will look to continue his recent reign. He'll have to fend off Damien Sandow who is hungry to win his first gold.
Several matches on the card will involve multiple superstars in action. The Rhodes Brothers, Cody and Goldust, have their hands full as they'll defend their tag team belts in a "Fatal Fourway." Competing against them will be The Real Americans, as well as the team of Ryback and Curtis Axel, and the team of Big Show and Rey Mysterio. Keep in mind, in that match, neither Cody nor Goldust have to be pinned or submit to lose the titles. Also on the card, both CM Punk and Daniel Bryan are involved in 3-on-1 handicap matches. Punk faces all three members of The Shield, while Bryan faces all three members of The Wyatt Family. Will either, or both, be able to pull off the victory?
In the main event for TLC is a true tables, ladders and chairs match. John Cena and Randy Orton will have both of their championship belts hanging up high above the ring. The two will put it all on the line as they battle to finally unify the two major championships of WWE. Whichever superstar is able to climb up a ladder in the ring and grab both title belts first, will be the new undisputed champion of WWE. Will it be John Cena or Randy Orton leaving the pay-per-view as unified champ? Also, will Triple H and Stephanie McMahon have any involvement in who wins the match?
It's going to be another big night of exciting WWE pay-per-view matches on Sunday. Fans can order the event on cable or satellite providers including DIRECTV, DISH Network and Cox Cable in Roanoke. In addition, WWE.com offers fans the ability to order a live stream video feed of the event online at their site, or by downloading various apps at Amazon, Apple's App store, and other places. There are also select "Blast Areas" around the U.S., including the Hooters in Roanoke, where fans can go to hang out, have food and enjoy the matches live on pay-per-view as they happen. See the WWE's website for more info on the latest PPV and how to watch on TV or online.