The Mixed Match Challenge consists of facing mixed teams every week in the form of a tournament. The second season will end this Sunday at TLC for the final: Alicia Fox and Jinder Mahal against R-Truth and Carmella. The winners will secure the 30th place at the Royal Rumble matches next year as well as the holidays offered by the federation.
However, partly because of injuries, this second season has not stopped being turned upside down. Moreover, the audiences of this show exclusive to Facebook Watch are not really up to the task. The Fightful site was able to speak to a WWE employee anonymously. For him, the Mixed Match Challenge is ” a monumental mess “. He explains why:
“The Mixed Match Challenge is a monumental disorder. No one knows, every week, what will happen, who will be hurt or how things will end. It’s really cheap and easy to film, so [we] will continue to do it until we are no longer able to do it. Superstars like to play games, but it has become a big drawback for many who have lost their day off to a tournament that will not really help them.”
– WWE Chronicle with Becky Lynch
WWE will present a new documentary in its “WWE Chronicle” series and this time it’s SmackDown Live women’s champion Becky Lynch who will be featured. You’ll be able to follow Becky through her latest setbacks, from her concussion that forced her to forfeit her fight at Survivor Series until she returns for WWE TLC this Sunday.
The first broadcast will take place on Saturday, December 15, 2018 on the WWE Network and YouTube. WWE has released the documentary 20 minutes later.). The episode will then be available on VOD on the WWE Network.