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Sunday night the TLC pay-per-view aired live on the WWE Network, and some major changes were made to the card only a few days before the event. Roman Reigns and Bray Wyatt were both pulled from the card, and they were replaced by Kurt Angle and AJ Styles respectively.

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Styles and Balor tore the house down on Sunday night, and the match has been receiving a lot of praise from fans. Finn Balor ended up getting the victory, and after it was all said and done, Balor and Styles showed each other respect by throwing up the “Too Sweet” hand gesture.

The “Too Sweet” has been used frequently by The Bullet Club over the past few years, but WWE recently sent a cease and desist to The Young Bucks telling them they can no longer use the hand gesture.

Apparently some fans felt that the “Too Sweet” at TLC was meant to be a middle finger to The Young Bucks from Vince McMahon, but according to AJ Styles that’s not the case.

A fan posted a picture of the “Too Sweet” saying that it was petty of Vince McMahon to fly AJ Styles in for the pay-per-view only to throw a middle finger in the face of The Bucks, and AJ responded with the following:

“Just so you know Luis. Vince had nothing to do with the 2 sweet between Fin and I. In fact, I say it was two men showing the world that we haven’t forgotten where we came from. Forever will we love our BC brothers.”