Ever since making his jaw-dropping return to WWE and winning the Universal Title in short order, Roman Reigns has radiated the smugness of a man who believes he can’t be touched.

Kevin Owens is hellbent on changing that.

After weeks of animosity, KO challenged The Head of the Table to what is certain to be a barbaric Tables, Ladders and Chairs Match for the Universal Title at WWE TLC. Reigns, who recently scored a monumental victory against WWE Champion Drew McIntyre at Survivor Series, immediately accepted.

Is KO up to the task of becoming a two-time Universal Champion and taking the title from The Head of the Table in a deadly Tables, Ladder and Chairs Match?

At the very least, the challenger has already proven that he knows how to wield one of the match’s trademark weapons, as Jey Uso can likely attest after being on the receiving end of several menacing chair strikes from KO at the conclusion of the Nov. 27 SmackDown. When he finally decided that Jey had had enough, KO helped himself to a seat at the head of the blue brand’s announce table, no doubt sending a message to SmackDown’s self-proclaimed Head of the Table.

Don’t miss what is certain to be unbridled savagery when Owens challenges Reigns for the Universal Championship at WWE TLC, streaming live on the award-winning WWE Network on Sunday, Dec. 20!

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Ever since making his jaw-dropping return to WWE and winning the Universal Title in short order, Roman Reigns has radiated the smugness of a man who believes he can’t be touched.

Kevin Owens is hellbent on changing that.

After weeks of animosity, KO challenged The Head of the Table to what is certain to be a barbaric Tables, Ladders and Chairs Match for the Universal Title at WWE TLC. Reigns, who recently scored a monumental victory against WWE Champion Drew McIntyre at Survivor Series, immediately accepted.

Is KO up to the task of becoming a two-time Universal Champion and taking the title from The Head of the Table in a deadly Tables, Ladder and Chairs Match?

At the very least, the challenger has already proven that he knows how to wield one of the match’s trademark weapons, as Jey Uso can likely attest after being on the receiving end of several menacing chair strikes from KO at the conclusion of the Nov. 27 SmackDown. When he finally decided that Jey had had enough, KO helped himself to a seat at the head of the blue brand’s announce table, no doubt sending a message to SmackDown’s self-proclaimed Head of the Table.

Don’t miss what is certain to be unbridled savagery when Owens challenges Reigns for the Universal Championship at WWE TLC, streaming live on the award-winning WWE Network on Sunday, Dec. 20!