For a reason that is not yet clear, WWE has made the decision to remove the Tables, Ladders and Chairs pay-per-view event from way back in 2013 from the WWE Network.
As you can see from the screenshot below, the final WWE show available for viewing from 2013 is Survivor Series from November. For some reason, WWE has taken down the 2013 TLC show.
In case you’ve forgotten, below is the card for the 2013 TLC show, which saw a WWE Championship and World Heavyweight title unification match, and one of the final WWE PPV matches for CM Punk:
- CM Punk def. The Shield
- AJ Lee (c) def. Natalya – Divas Championship
- Big E Langston (c) def. Damian Sandow – Intercontinental Championship
- The Rhodes Brothers (c) def. Big Show & Rey Mysterio, The Real Americans, RybAxel – WWE Tag Team Championship
- R-Truth def. Brodus Clay
- Kofi Kingston def. The Miz
- The Wyatt Family def. Daniel Bryan
- Randy Orton (c) def. John Cena (c) – WWE World Heavyweight Championship unfication match
At this stage, it is unclear whether or not WWE accidentally removed the match from the Network, or if the decision was made to take down the show for a reason that hasn’t yet emerged publicaly. For any updates, make sure you stay tuned to WrestleTalk.com.