WWE Elimination Chamber Results

WWE Elimination Chamber Results 2/25/18
WWE Elimination Chamber Results
February 25, 2018
Las Vegas, Nevada
Commentary: Michael Cole, Corey Graves and Jonathan Coachman
Results by: Mike Tedesco of Wrestleview.com

“Then. Now. Forever.” The WWE video leads us into the show.

A video plays that hypes up the Elimination Chamber matches to take place tonight.

The Elimination Chamber is already around the ring. We’re kicking the show off with the first-ever women’s Elimination Chamber match!

Video Package: Women’s Elimination Chamber Match

Women’s Elimination Chamber Match
RAW Women’s Championship
Alexa Bliss (c) vs. Sasha Banks vs. Mickie James vs. Mandy Rose vs. Sonya Deville vs. Bayley

Sonya Deville and Bayley are starting the match while the other four are locked in their respective pods. They wait a few moments before doing anything, letting the moment sink in. The crowd chants for Bayley. Bayley avoids a takedown by Deville, but Deville soon completes the move. Bayley takes her down quick, but can’t do anything. They circle the ring, and Deville applies a waistlock. Bayley takes her down with a drop toe hold followed by a running bulldog. Bayley slams her headfirst off the top turnbuckles of all four corners, but Deville blocks the fourth one. Deville then slams Bayley’s head off the top turnbuckle. Bayley is sent to the corner, but she slingshots over Deville. Deville then connects with a strike to the midsection. Deville goes outside and tries to catapult Bayley into the Chamber wall, but Bayley holds on and starts climbing the wall. Deville pulls her off, but Bayley gets away and throws her into the wall. Bayley puts her back into the ring for a two count. Deville avoids an elbow drop and slowly gets to her feet. Bayley drops her face-first onto the top turnbuckle and hits a swinging back suplex for another two count. Bayley sets her up in the corner and goes to the top rope, but Deville crawls out of the ring to the steel grates. Bayley then changes her trajectory and hits a flying elbow drop on the floor! Bayley rolls her into the ring and covers for a two count. Bayley then applies a chin lock. It’s time to add another competitor.

Mandy Rose joins the match.

Bayley quickly snaps Rose off the middle rope and throws her into the wall. Bayley then snaps Deville off the middle rope. A loud “Bayley” chant fires up. Bayley takes turns hitting Deville and Rose in the corner before stacking them up and splashing them. They sidestep another avalanche. Bayley manages to get them outside the ring and separates them. Deville manages to then slam Bayley on the floor with a double leg takedown! The Absolution women pose. They lift up Bayley and slam her back-first into the Chamber wall twice. They get Bayley in the ring and try to pick up an elimination, but Bayley kicks out. Deville peppers her with knee strikes and cuts off a Bayley comeback. Rose comes off the top rope with a flying knee for a near fall. The Absolution women are becoming frustrated. They get Bayley outside the ring again and tie her up in the Chamber wall. Rose and Deville connect with some punches to the midsection and taunt her. Deville then taunts Mickie James. It’s time to add yet another competitor to the match.

Sasha Banks joins the match.

Banks charges the Absolution women and lays them out. Banks sends Rose into the Chamber pod and punches away at her. Banks kicks away at her until Deville breaks it up. Deville sends Banks into the Chamber wall, but Banks soon makes a comeback and hits double knees into the wall. Banks throws Deville into the ring and hits another double knee for a near fall. Banks stalls for time by walking around the ring a few times. Banks outs Deville into the corner, but soon eats an elbow. Banks lays Deville out across the middle turnbuckle. Rose grabs her, but Banks pulls her headfirst into the metal turnbuckle connector. Banks then hits double knees on Deville for a near fall. Deville makes a desperation roll-up for a two count. Deville tackles her to the corner and shoulders her before kicking her in the ribs. Bayley gets involved again and powers Deville into the metal ring post. Banks and Bayley send Deville into the Chamber wall a few times. The last time, Deville hits the floor hard. Rose then tackles Bayley into the wall and throws Banks into the ring. Rose clotheslines Banks and hits a sit-out face-buster. Rose goes for her finisher, but Banks gets out and avoids a running knee. Banks then connects with the Bank Statement. Bayley cuts off Deville, and Rose taps out. Rose is eliminated.

Mandy Rose has been eliminated via Submission by Sasha Banks.

Mandy Rose staggers out of the ring. Sonya Deville is not happy about this. The fifth competitor is coming in now.

Mickie James joins the match.

James attacks Bayley and Banks. James kicks away at Banks and hits a double clothesline on Bayley and Banks. Banks rolls James up trying for a DDT on Bayley. James gets out of it and hits a neckbreaker on Bayley. James then hits a flapjack on Banks. Deville attacks James and slams her into the Chamber wall. James comes back with a hurricanrana on the floor. James tries to climb the Chamber wall. Banks pulls her off, but she soon eats a superkick. James climbs the wall again, and Bayley cuts her off. They punch each other. Bayley hangs off the wall and is knocked off by James to the floor. James is now on top of one of the pods. James then hits a flying Thesz Press on Deville off the pod to eliminate her!

Sonya Deville has been eliminated by Mickie James.

Alexa Bliss is happy, but James is soon attacked by Bayley. Bayley then eliminates James with a Bayley-To-Belly. Bliss is stunned.

Mickie James has been eliminated by Bayley.

Bayley and Banks make an agreement to wait a few moments to go after Alexa Bliss. They’re waiting for Bliss to be added.

Alexa Bliss joins the match.

The RAW Women’s Champion holds the pod door shut, but Bayley and Banks soon open it. Bliss climbs the wall and starts to scale it, but Bayley and Banks soon corner her. Bliss starts to climb down, so they follow. Bliss then climbs back up and goes to a pod roof. Bayley and Banks cut her off and attack. Banks then knocks Bayley off the top of the pod to the steel floor! The crowd does a “YES” chant. Bliss gets away. Bayley then attacks Banks from behind and sends her headfirst into the pod glass. Bliss attacks Bayley and gets her in the ring for a two count. Bliss punches away at Bayley and chokes her on the bottom rope. Bliss stands on her and slams her face into the canvas a few times for a near fall. Bayley makes a desperation comeback with a swinging back suplex. Bayley punches her to the corner and shoulders away at her. Bayley rolls away, but Banks attacks Bayley. Banks viciously punches her down in the corner, but Bayley comes back by putting her in the tree of woe. Bayley stomps away at Banks in the corner and goes to the top rope. Bliss cuts her off. They climb over Banks, who is still in the tree of woe. Bliss then hits Bayley with a superplex. Banks rolls herself up to the top rope and hits a splash on Bayley for a near fall.

All three women are taking their time now, trying to catch their breath. Banks sends Bayley into the corner and lays her out across the second turnbuckle. Bayley counters a double knee, but Banks manages to pull her headfirst into the turnbuckle. Banks talks trash on the second rope, but Bayley hits her with a Bayley-To-Belly off the second rope. Bliss then rolls Bayley up to eliminate her.

Bayley has been eliminated by Alexa Bliss.

Bliss quickly rolls up Banks for a near fall. Bliss is frustrated she couldn’t put her away. Bliss goes to the top rope as we watch Bayley sadly leave the ring. Bliss goes for Twisted Bliss, but Banks gets her knees up! Bliss rolls out of the ring to recover. Banks follows her and takes her down. Banks then knees her in the face against the Chamber wall. Bliss then avoids one last one. Bliss then hits a backbreaker on the steel floor. Bliss climbs to the top of the pod. Banks slowly comes to on the floor. Bliss hits Twisted Bliss off the Chamber pod to the steel floor! Banks manages to counter into the Bank Statement and rolls her into the ring. Bliss rolls out and puts her in the corner. Banks then boots her away. Banks looks at the top of the pod roof and climbs, but Bliss sends her face-first into the Chamber pod glass. Bliss hits a DDT off the top rope to pick up the unlikely win!

Winner and still RAW Women’s Champion: Alexa Bliss

Renee Young interviews Alexa Bliss in the ring, who is crying. Bliss says this victory means everything to her. The overplayed “You deserve it” chant picks up. This victory isn’t just about her. It’s about every little girl and woman at home and in the audience who ever dreamed big. This victory is for all of them. This proves you can be whatever you want to be. Dare to dream and dream big. Bliss says she’s looking at everyone in the crowd… and none of them will ever accomplish any of their dreams! She is no longer crying. She proved to them and the entire world that there is no one better than her. The odds were clearly stacked against her, and she still won. Not a single person in the entire arena believed that she could win, but she did. Tonight, she just proved in this Elimination Chamber match that there is only one true goddess in WWE. Bliss holds up the title.

Braun Strowman says he can’t wait to get into the Elimination Chamber match and go on to WrestleMania to make “Beastie Boy” Brock Lesnar his pet.

RAW Tag Team Championships Match
Titus Worldwide vs. The Bar (c’s)

The Bar attacks Titus Worldwide as they make their entrance. Titus Worldwide quickly overtakes them and knocks them out of the ring. Apollo goes to the top rope and hits a flying cross-body to the floor on The Bar.

O’Neil gets Cesaro in the ring and slams him before tagging in Apollo. The Bar quickly takes advantage of a distraction to the referee before attacking Apollo on the outside. The Bar stomps Apollo down in the corner and taunt the crowd. Cesaro uppercuts Apollo down before applying a chin lock. Sheamus tags in and kicks Apollo. The Bar then hits a double-team clothesline on Apollo before taunting the crowd. Sheamus drops a knee for a near fall. Sheamus then applies an overhead wristlock. Apollo fights up, but Sheamus cuts off the comeback. Cesaro tags in and taunts O’Neil. Apollo boots Cesaro back, but Cesaro stops him from making a tag. Cesaro holds him in a front facelock before Apollo gives him a back body drop. Cesaro quickly tags in Sheamus, who attacks and clubs the chest before reapplying the overhead wristlock. Apollo fights out, but Cesaro is tagged in. Cesaro applies the chin lock. Apollo fights up and sends Cesaro out of the ring. Cesaro gets in and tags Sheamus. Sheamus then cuts off Apollo from making the tag once again. Sheamus knees Apollo and knocks O’Neil off the apron. Apollo gets away, but he has no one to tag. Sheamus goes for White Noise, but Apollo counters into a roll-up for a two count. Apollo then sidesteps a shoulder block, and Sheamus hits the ring post shoulder-first.

O’Neil and Cesaro are tagged in. O’Neil hits a shoulder tackle and attacks Sheamus. O’Neil then clubs away at Cesaro in the corner and throws him across the ring. O’Neil splashes Cesaro in the corner and boots Sheamus off the apron before picking up a two count. Cesaro quickly elbows him back and comes off the second rope, but O’Neil catches him. Cesaro slides off and tags in Sheamus. Sheamus snaps O’Neil off the top rope and goes to the top rope, but O’Neil counters into Clash of the Titus, but Cesaro breaks it up. Apollo gets them out of the ring and hits a plancha. Sheamus gets a knee up to avoid a standing moonsault. Apollo makes a comeback, but Cesaro chop blocks the knee. They then hit super White Noise for the win.

Winners and still RAW Tag Team Champions: The Bar

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A replay is shown from this past Monday of Nia Jax attacking Asuka.

Asuka’s mask is shown, but Jax stomps on it before walking off. Shell face Asuka, next.

Video Package: Asuka vs. Nia Jax

Nia Jax vs. Asuka

If Nia Jax wins, she’ll be added to the RAW Women’s Championship match at WrestleMania.

They circle the ring before Asuka attacks and hits a dropkick, but Jax doesn’t go down. Jax avoids an arm bar and knocks her back. Asuka bounces her off the top turnbuckle, but Jax slams her down. Jax then throws her across the ring. Jax charges, but Asuka pulls the top rope down to get her out of the ring. Asuka goes for a running hip attack as Jax gets on the apron, but Jax avoids it. Jax knocks her to the mat and applies a surfboard stretch. RAW Women’s Champion Alexa Bliss is seen watching backstage. Jax slams Asuka’s face off the canvas and hits a backbreaker. Jax avalanches her in the corner and drops an elbow. A “DELETE” chant picks up. Jax covers for a two count. Jax slaps her in the head a few times before sending her into the ropes. Asuka goes for a knee bar, but Jax stays standing up and powers her up before slamming her into the turnbuckle. Jax applies a torture rack, but Asuka gets out and applies a guillotine. Jax counters into a jackhammer! Jax tries to pull her up, but Asuka kicks her in the head twice. Asuka then hits a jawbreaker. Asuka kicks Jax in the chest a few times before hitting a spin kick. Asuka hits the ropes, but Jax flattens her with a Samoan Drop. Asuka avoids a leg drop and hits a sliding knee for a near fall. Asuka kicks her down and kicks her in the face for another near fall. Asuka gets to the top rope, but Jax cuts her off. Jax goes for a Samoan Drop off the second rope, but Asuka slides off. Jax fights her away and goes for a Banzai Drop, but Asuka moves. Asuka goes for the attack, but Jax knocks her down. Jax goes for a summersault senton, but Asuka moves. Actually, Jax lands on Asuka’s legs! A slight botch. Asuka avoids an avalanche and applies her flying arm bar! Jax powers out and pulls her up by one arm to slam her in the corner. Jax pulls her up to her feet and shouts that she’s going to WrestleMania. Asuka counters a powerbomb into a roll-up for the win!

Winner by Pinfall: Asuka

Nia Jax attacks Asuka from behind after the match and throws her out of the ring. Asuka attacks on the floor, but Jax counters and shoves her spine-first into the ring post. Jax then tackles Asuka through the barricade! RAW Women’s Champion Alexa Bliss looks pleased with what Jax just did to Asuka.

Renee Young interviews Alexa Bliss, mentioning that Bliss is going to be probably facing Asuka. Bliss says no one is ready for Alexa. At ringside, referees are helping Asuka up to her feet.

Charly Caruso is backstage with Roman Reigns. The crowd loudly boos him. Reigns says he doesn’t care about what Paul Heyman has to say because he cannot perform in the ring. Reigns says he’ll win the Elimination Chamber. Spoiler alert: he’s going to WrestleMania, beating Brock Lesnar, and taking the Universal Championship.

Video Package: Matt Hardy vs. Bray Wyatt

“Woken” Matt Hardy vs. Bray Wyatt

When Wyatt makes his entrance, the lights shut off. When they come back on, Wyatt is in the ring, but Hardy is gone. Hardy is heard laughing and talking over the PA system. Hardy sings that Wyatt is OBSOLETE! Wyatt angrily looks around for him. Tonight, they’ll DELETE Wyatt! Wyatt looks under the ring before turning and seeing Hardy come off the steps with a double axe handle.

They get in the ring, and the match officially starts. Hardy avoids a clothesline and goes for Twist of Fate, but Wyatt gets out. Hardy hits a Russian Leg Sweep and signals that he’ll “DELETE” Wyatt. Hardy chops him in the corner, but Wyatt reverses a whip to the corner. Wyatt misses an avalanche, but he quickly arches his back. Hardy laughs and applauds Wyatt. Wyatt looks stunned. Hardy kicks Wyatt and slams him face-first into the canvas for a two count. Hardy goes for Twist of Fate, but Wyatt shoves him off. Wyatt then annihilates him with a body block. Wyatt attacks Hardy in the corner before hitting a DDT for a near fall. Wyatt then applies a chin lock. Hardy fights up, but Wyatt takes him down with a head-butt. The crowd is distracted by something else, probably a beach ball or something equally stupid. Wyatt DDTs Hardy on the apron. A “We Want Beach Ball” chant picks up. Wyatt attacks Hardy outside the ring and goes for a one-armed slam on the steps, but Hardy avoids it. Wyatt the clotheslines him on the floor. Wyatt gets Hardy into the ring and picks up a two count. Wyatt continues to attack Hardy in the ring and taunts the crowd. Hardy then comes back with a DDT. Hardy makes a comeback on Wyatt and puts him in the corner before hitting a clothesline. Wyatt avoids a bulldog, but Hardy hits a Side Effect for a near fall. Hardy comes off the second rope with an elbow drop to the neck. Hardy gets a “DELETE” chant fired up and goes for a Twist of Fate. Wyatt counters into a one-armed slam and a senton splash for a near fall. Wyatt clubs Hardy in the back of the head a few times. A “Rusev Day” chant fires up. Wyatt goes to the second rope for a senton splash, but Hardy moves out of the way. Hardy goes for Twist of Fate, but Wyatt shoves him to the corner and connects with an avalanche. Hardy counters Sister Abigail, but Wyatt big boots him. Hardy soon comes back with a Twist of Fate for the win.

Winner by Pinfall: “Woken” Matt Hardy

WWE Fastlane is coming to the WWE Network in two weeks, the final single branded PPV.

Video Package: “Rowdy” Ronda Rousey is signing with RAW

“Rowdy” Ronda Rouse signs her RAW contract

WWE RAW General Manager Kurt Angle makes his way to the ring. Triple H’s music then hits, and he comes out with his wife, the RAW Commissioner Stephanie McMahon. The ring has a black carpet and a table with a red tablecloth. Stephanie McMahon says we’re all about to be part of history tonight as they sign one of the greatest athletes in the world. Triple H says they’ve been looking for the greatest athletes to take WWE to the next level. These men and women are worthy of the fans’ passions. Triple H cannot recall an athlete of this caliber walking through the doors since Olympic Gold Medalist Kurt Angle. She’s broken every barrier put in front of her. She’s a judo specialist and an Olympic medalist. The UFC created a division for her. She’s earned the right to be called the baddest woman on the planet. Triple H asks the crowd to help him welcome to the WWE “Rowdy” Ronda Rousey.

“Rowdy” Ronda Rousey makes her way to the ring to “Bad Reputation.” The crowd isn’t too receptive to her. Rousey shakes hands with Triple H and Stephanie, and hugs Kurt Angle. There is a mix of cheers and boos for her. Stephanie welcomes Rousey to the WWE, and the crowd is booing. Rousey says it’s hard to even know what to say. She’s not often speechless, but after getting in the ring with these people, she’s honored. The crowd is running her over before a few people try to get a “Ronda Rousey” chant started. She looks moved by that. Rousey looks moved to tears. She wouldn’t be here at all if not for her hero, “Rowdy” Roddy Piper. Piper is her inspiration for coming here and how she handled her career. She wants to make him and his family proud. Rousey wants to earn the respect of the fans in this ring.

Triple H says it’s time to get down to business, but he first wants to be clear. To her credit, she didn’t want anything special being put into this contract. Rousey didn’t want any special perks. Rousey says she doesn’t want to be treated any differently than anyone else. All she wanted was an invitation to WrestleMania. Triple H says when she signs the contract, she’ll be competing at WrestleMania. It won’t be a title match, but it’ll be a WrestleMania match. Rousey says she wants to earn a title match. She thanks him for the opportunity. It’s time to do the honors. Triple H and Kurt Angle seem to be having some kind of disagreement.

Rousey goes to sign, but stops when she sees Angle. Angle says he’s in awe of Triple H and Stephanie. Angle has been listening to them talk about her since he came to WWE. They couldn’t wait to sign her to manipulate her after what she did to them at WrestleMania 31 for flipping Triple H and nearly breaking Stephanie’s arm. Angle mentions something about them saying they “own the bitch.” Triple H says this isn’t about them. It’s about WrestleMania. Triple H says Angle isn’t well and is having a relapse of the flu. Triple H then leads Angle out of the ring. McMahon says Angle is right about one thing: they have been talking about her since WrestleMania 31. They embarrassed them, but also impressed them. McMahon says she’s one of the greatest fighters in the world and want her a part of the WWE. Angle stops on the ramp and says McMahon mentioned that Rousey is a has been and she could even take her. McMahon looks stunned. Rousey looks furious and backs her up to the ropes. Triple H runs in and puts himself between them. McMahon says she didn’t say anything. Rousey then slaps Triple H’s arm away. Triple H laughs and tries to mediate. Triple H and McMahon then walk away. Triple H then turns and walks up to Rousey. Rousey picks him up and slams him through the table! McMahon slaps her in the face and asks who she thinks she is. A “You f–ked up” chant picks up. McMahon runs away. Rousey looks infuriated. Rousey picks up the contract and signs it before throwing it onto Triple H. Rousey then walks off.

WrestleMania is 41 days away.

Replays are shown of what just happened with Ronda Rousey, Triple H, and Stephanie McMahon.

Video Package: The Elimination Chamber match

Elias is in the ring talking about how this is his night. Since this is Las Vegas, they’re used to seeing people they love behind bars. Elias will win and go on to face Brock Lesnar for the Universal Championship at WrestleMania. WWE will be his because the entire world will know what everyone here knows: WWE stands for Walk With Elias. Elias says he’s the last one to enter the Chamber, so he’ll watch these animals beat on each other and pick up the scraps. He’ll start with a song. This song isn’t for Las Vegas. Elias doesn’t dedicate his songs to any city that lives in sin. This goes out to himself. Elias tells them to silence their phones and shut their mouths. Elias starts to sing about his opponents before stopping because the crowd is booing him. Elias says he does so much for them, the least they could do is shut their mouths. Elias says he just hit the perfect pitch, so he’ll keep this going. Elias then runs down his opponents, finishing with Braun Strowman. Strowman’s music then cuts him off.

There will be an episode of RAW Talk with Stephanie McMahon and the winner of the Men’s Elimination Chamber match.

Elimination Chamber Match
Elias vs. Braun Strowman vs. John Cena vs. Roman Reigns vs. The Miz vs. Seth Rollins vs. Finn Balor

The Miz, Seth Rollins, and Finn Balor are starting this one out. Miz tries to make a deal with Rollins to double-team Balor, but he declines. They circle the ring before Miz tries to make a deal with Balor to double-team Rollins. Miz puts up the “Too Sweet” hand signal. Balor declines as well. Rollins and Balor then agree to double-team Miz. They attack him and hit a double-team elbow before throwing him out of the ring. Rollins rolls Balor up for a two count. Balor gets to his feet smiling. They lock up, and Balor hits a headlock takeover. Balor quickly gets out. They circle the ring, and Balor applies a side headlock. Rollins whips him off, and Balor forearms Miz down. Rollins then catches Balor with a headlock takeover. Balor fights up and whips him off. Rollins then knocks Miz down on the floor again. Rollins elbows Balor and gets sent into the ropes. Balor then dropkicks him down. Miz shoulders Balor and goes for a sunset flip, but Balor dropkicks him in the face for a two count. Balor chops the chest of Rollins before putting Miz in the corner for a chop. Miz reverses a whip, but Balor slingshots him. Balor chops Rollins and avoids Miz’ patented corner clothesline. Balor attacks Rollins, but Rollins turns him inside out with a knee to the midsection. Balor counters a suplex into a roll-up for a two count. Miz rolls up Balor for a two count. Rollins then rolls up Miz for a two count. Rollin then knees Balor in the spine. Miz drops Rollins out of the ring, but Rollins punches him back. Rollins comes off the top rope with a diving clothesline. Rollins hits a suplex and rolls into a falcon’s arrow for a near fall. Rollins waits for Miz to get up. Miz goes for a Skull Crushing Finale, but Rollins gets out. Rollins then hits Balor and Miz with a double blockbuster. Rollins covers both, but they kick out. Time for a fourth man to join the match.

John Cena joins the match.

John Cena slowly leaves his pod and gets into the ring with Rollins. They jaw-jack a bit. Cena says he’s going to WrestleMania. Rollins shoves him, so Cena shoves him back. Cena hits Rollins with a pair of shoulder tackles. Rollins flips out of a back suplex powerbomb. Rollins goes for a Revolution Knee, but Cena moves and hits a back suplex powerbomb. Rollins kicks him in the head, but Cena comes back with a back suplex powerbomb. Miz runs in, and Cena hits him with a back suplex powerbomb as well. Cena hits a double 5 Knuckle Shuffle on Miz and Rollins for a two count. Balor takes Cena down and hits a double stomp for a two count. Miz rolls him up, but Balor takes him down with a Sling Blade. Rollins superkicks Balor down. Rollins looks around at all three men in the corner. Rollins hits a running forearm on all three men before Cena runs him over with a running shoulder. Cena gets Rollins and Balor on his shoulders for an AA, but Balor slides off. Cena spins Rollins into Balor, but Rollins gets out of the AA. Miz then sneaks up and tries to get a roll-up. All four men are taking their time. Cena then sends Balor out of the ring and to the floor. Balor takes Cena down and attacks. Rollins sends Miz into the Chamber wall. Balor stomps away at Cena before posing. Cena punches Balor back and goes back in the ring. In the ring, Miz hits Rollins with his patented corner clothesline. Cena hits Balor with a superplex while Rollins simultaneously hits Miz with a superplex. All four are down.

Roman Reigns joins the match.

Reigns punches down Cena, Balor, and Miz. Reigns continues to easily take them down with right hands. The pace is very slow. Rollins gets in the ring and goes face-to-face with his Shield mate. Miz attacks from behind and big boots Reigns. Miz then hits a kneeling DDT on Rollins for a near fall. Miz knees Cena in the midsection and looks at all four men down in a circle. Miz then starts the “IT” Kicks on all five men. Miz then concentrates all his kicks on Reigns to cheers from the crowd. Reigns ducks a big kick and clotheslines him twice. Miz reverses a whip, but Reigns hits a leaping clothesline. Balor attacks Reigns from behind and attacks in the corner. Balor is attacked by Rollins, but he knocks the Rollins out quickly. Reigns then clotheslines Balor. Reigns clubs away at him in the corner. Reigns hits Cena with a Samoan Drop for a two count. Reigns then blocks a kick from Miz and hits a sit-out powerbomb for a near fall. Reigns looks stunned by that. Reigns looks at Braun Strowman while the crowd chants, “Get These Hands.” Reigns sets up, but the countdown starts.

Braun Strowman joins the match.

The door opens, and Braun Strowman slowly comes out. Strowman takes everyone out, and Miz scurries away. Strowman then floors Cena with a right hand and head-butts Reigns and Balor. Cena attacks Strowman from behind and holds him up for Rollins to punch. Cena and Rollins try for a double-team suplex, but Strowman counters into a double suplex. Strowman grabs Balor and uses him as a weapon against Reigns. Strowman then looks at Miz. Miz climbs to the top of the pod, but Strowman quickly climbs and gets there. Strowman slams Miz off the plexiglass before throwing him off the pod onto the competitors below! Strowman poses on top of the pod. Strowman then slowly approaches Elias’ pod. Strowman stomps Miz and clubs him down. Strowman then clubs Reigns in the chest to take him down. Strowman then looks at Elias again. Rollins attacks Strowman from behind, but Strowman viciously clubs him. Strowman then press slams Rollins over the top rope to the floor! Strowman then grabs Miz and hits a Running Powerslam to eliminate him.

The Miz has been eliminated by Braun Strowman.

The countdown starts. Elias is going to be the final entrant into the match.

Elias joins the match.

The door opens, and Elias calmly shuts it. Strowman then turns and sees all four men ready for him. They beat on Strowman and taking him down to a knee. They then go for a Shield Triple Powerbomb, only with four people. They powerbomb Strowman, but he kicks out emphatically! Cena hits an AA on Strowman, but he kicks out at one. Reigns then spears Strowman for a two count! Rollins hits a Curb Stomp, but Strowman rolls out of the ring. Balor hits a Coup de Grace on the floor. Eliminations must take place in the ring. Cena hits Reigns with an AA, but Rollins quickly attacks Cena. Balor then attacks Rollins, and they hit a double cross-body block. Elias runs in and tries to cover everyone for near falls. Elias strikes them all down and hits a top rope elbow drop on Rollins for a near fall. Elias gets Rollins up for an Electric Chair, but he drops him when Reigns gets up. Elias elbows out of a Samoan Drop and gets Reigns up in the electric chair. Elias spins him around and hits a sit-out powerbomb for a near fall! Strowman then comes behind Elias and puts him in the corner. Elias sidesteps him and tries for an electric chair, but he collapses under the weight. Strowman then hits a Running Powerslam on Elias to eliminate him.

Elias has been eliminated by Braun Strowman.

Five men are left. Strowman grabs Reigns and goes for a Running Powerslam, but Rollins hits him with a springboard knee. Balor then dropkicks Strowman, and Reigns clubs him for good measure. Cena comes off the top rope with a cross-body, but Strowman catches him and hits a Running Powerslam to eliminate him.

John Cena has been eliminated by Braun Strowman.

John Cena has come to the realization that there is no clear path for him to WrestleMania. Strowman punches Reigns and Rollins down. Strowman then challenges Balor. Balor punches away at him until Strowman shoves him to the corner. Balor boots him back twice before sidestepping him. Balor kicks him back and goes to the top rope. Strowman grabs him and goes for a Running Powerslam, but Balor slides off and dropkicks him into the corner. Balor does it again and hit a Coup de Grace to the back of the neck for a near fall! Balor quickly attacks Rollins, but Rollins comes back with an enzuigiri. Balor comes back with an overhead kick and a 1916 for a near fall. Reigns attacks, but Balor hits a Sling Blade. Balor dropkicks him to the corner and hits a Coup de Grace, but Strowman grabs him and hits a Running Powerslam to eliminate Balor!

Finn Balor has been eliminated by Braun Strowman.

Strowman looks around at Reigns and Rollins laying on the canvas. Rollins pulls Reigns up, and they square off against Strowman. They surround him and attack. Strowman shoves them away, but Rollins quickly pulls the top rope down to get him to the floor. Rollins and Reigns attack him on the steel grating. They send him head-first into the Chamber wall twice. Rollins then sends Reigns into the wall and gets him in the ring for a springboard clothesline. Reigns avoids a Curb Stomp, but Rollins counters a Superman Punch with a kick. Rollins hits a turnbuckle powerbomb, but Reigns comes back with a Superman Punch. They’re all down now. Strowman pulls himself up and grabs Rollins. Strowman goes for a Running Powerslam on the floor for Rollins, but Rollins grabs the wall and climbs. Strowman tries to follow, but Rollins kicks him down. Reigns then hits a Samoan Drop on the floor! Strowman is rolled into the ring. Rollins is on top of the pod and looks at the WrestleMania sign. Rollins hits a frog splash off the pod roof on Strowman for a near fall!

Rollins and Reigns go for a double powerbomb, but Strowman fights them off. Strowman dropkicks Reigns out of the ring. Rollins superkicks Strowman and goes for a Curb Stomp, but Strowman hits a Running Powerslam to eliminate him.

Seth Rollins has been eliminated by Braun Strowman.

Strowman has eliminated all five men so far. Strowman pulls his top down and waits for Reigns to get in the ring. A “Get These Hands” chant fires up. Reigns gets in the ring and punches, but Strowman shoves him over the top rope. Strowman lifts him up for a Running Powerslam on the floor, but Reigns slides off and snaps him off the ropes. Reigns gets in the ring and leaps over the top rope to attack him. Strowman tries to make a comeback with a charge, but Reigns sidesteps him. Strowman goes through the plexiglass of the pod. Strowman gets to his feet, but Reigns hits a Superman Punch. The crowd is booing this. Strowman gets in the ring, and Reigns hits another Superman Punch. Strowman is on his knees. Reigns goes for a Spear, but Strowman counters into a Running Powerslam attempt. Reigns slides off and hits a Superman Punch. Reigns hits a Spear and gets to his feet to hit a second Spear for the win.

Winner by Pinfall: Roman Reigns

It’s official: at WrestleMania 34, it’ll be Roman Reigns taking on Brock Lesnar for the WWE Universal Championship.

Strowman attacks Reigns from behind and hits a Running Powerslam. The crowd wants more, so he hits Reigns with a second Running Powerslam. Strowman pulls Reigns outside the ring and sends him through the plexiglass of the pod. Reigns is left laying in a heap as Strowman raises his arms in victory.


Quick Match Results

* Alexa Bliss def. Sasha Banks, Mickie James, Mandy Rose, Sonya Deville, and Bayley to retain the RAW Women’s Championship in an Elimination Chamber match
* The Bar def. Titus Worldwide to retain the RAW Tag Team Championships
* Asuka def. Nia Jax
* “Woken” Matt Hardy def. Bray Wyatt
* Roman Reigns def. Elias, Braun Strowman, John Cena, The Miz, Seth Rollins, and Finn Balor in an Elimination Chamber match

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45 COMMENTS

  1. Is Asuka fighting bliss at wrestlemania or is she still going to make her choice. because the commentators said both.

  2. Although it sat the things right for wrestlemania, had it been Vince who Ronda put through the table, it was acceptable, but the man who fought with a tore quad, kicked out of tombstones, been through suplex city thrice, selling that like his back is broken, but nonetheless, Triple H as a heel is what everyone wants to see…..And I always love when authority figures take part in a storyline….
    Also, I want Ronda to be the Paul Haymen girl once Lesnar goes back to UFC, she seriously needs Paul to talk on her behalf to make her opponents look worthy (except for Asuka) against the baddast woman on the planet, also after wrestlemania, WWE should start a Ronda vs. Asuka fued……Two of the best fighters in the world……..

  3. Matt was working the crowd well each time he interacted with them and doing well with his characters and the fans (in general) want to get behind him – a big part of the broken problem is WWE isn’t facilitating it properly (Reby, Maxwell and Benjamin all should be involved) – still, I don’t believe it’s Hardy that is the issue and instead this poorly booked feud – is it on Bray or the writers? I believe the Broken could still work on Jeff’s return and if they involved the rest of the family but WWE is losing time in keeping it alive.

  4. Shouldn’t WWE add Balor and Rollins to the wrestlemania match because they deserve more than being jobbers to Roman, also, Elias for intercontinental championship and Samoa Joe (when he returns) vs. Strowman fued……

  5. no blood, barely ANY moves on the steel floor,and no head bashing against the chamber steel wall, pure pg garbage

  6. this is PG era Wrestling – forget Blood. subscribe to WWE Network to watch Attitude era wrestling or Pre PG era wrestling if you want to see Blood in wrestling

  7. Not surprising but they are really going with this Reigns mega push. WWE knows that WrestleMania will sell regardless of the main event otherwise fans might boycott the show if it was other than WrestleMania.
    Nothing against Reigns but the fans just can’t stand him and he’s a face supposedly. Unless Heyman turns on Lesnar and sides with Reigns, there will be no other way to save the main event. We all want Strowman to be in the title match as well but I think this will make it and make him even weaker since he either might take the fall or does everything and then gets eliminated to the outside only for Reigns to pin Lesnar.

  8. lesnar cut orton open back in summerslam 2016, and all these little kiddies and manchild were actually complaining about it, as for the network, I heard they censored a lot of content, like bra and panties matches, and they didnt release all raws from 2005- 2007. But this is the PC era, aka ploitically correct era since the mid 2008’s

  9. This may be a bit farfetched but with the lack of solid new teams to feud with, what if they decide to make a bizarre pair with Wyatt/Hardy. It gives both guys something interesting to do and gives The Bar a new team to fight

  10. It’s just a Shame that people now a days complain about anything. we grew up in 90’s & we saw a lot of Hardcore matches. todays kid will have heart attack if they see these kinds of match. PG era sucks.

  11. Kurt angle f’d up all his lines.. Pretty sure Ronda can’t do the talk. It’s good for everybody if she become a Heyman girl like ASAP

  12. Get over yourself. I don’t like the current climate either, but if you want blood and bra and panties matches, build a time machine, go back to the good old days, and stop whinging like a mark.

  13. Glad I skipped watching this now. Not because of the matches but that crowd sounded cancerous and I can’t afford to put my foot through the TV

  14. it’s not about the kids.
    PG isn’t a thing cause kids can’t take the sight of blood or hear swears or anything
    it’s about sponsors and advertisements
    so practically, they went PG, cause at the time, it was a good choice for business, no other reason
    the same reason why they do stuff like charity months and whatnot. that isn’t cause any of the McMahons are human beings, it’s just good PR, which they need, since wrestling gets a lot of bad PR, if you think about it.

    tl;dr: everything they do is business, not because of kids or fans

  15. but Attitude Era did help WWE to survive against WCW. during that time the popularity of Austin, HHH, Rock was skyrocketed. Rock became a movie star and in his movie he keeps the same attitude. so Business was good back then too. the thing is with time the taste of the people also changes. WWE focused to make their product kid-friendly & for that they switched to PG & you’re right. since business is good why bother about fans?

  16. I SAID IT TIME WITHOUT NUMBER STRAUMAN IS NOBODY, HE CANNOT WIN ANY FIGHT ONLY TO KEEP ON SHOUTING LIKE A MADE MAN

  17. They going to have to do something else with Sonya Deville. With Ronda and Bazsler coming in, Deville’s legitimacy as a mma girl is gone with them 2. I’m sure she has trained and all but those 2 are known. Bad time for Sonya.

  18. hey asshole, unlike you I’m not “whining”, Im criticizing and pointing out facts, if you don’t like what you see, then stop reading the comment section

  19. She just needs to be “The tough chick in Absolution” which she already is. All they have to do is stop referring to her “MMA background” and maybe start calling her “The best pure striker in women’s wrestling” Her character doesn’t need to change.

  20. I wish the two remaining girls from Absolution became a stable with Alexa. That would be cool with her being the champ and all.

  21. After what happened at WM XXIX, (and the money his movies have made since then) Hollywood won’t let The Rock anywhere near a wrestling ring. That why we only got a promo at WM XXX, a promo and about six punches (all thrown by The Rock) WM XXXI and a 6 second match from him at WM XXXII, and a no show at WM XXXIII.

  22. It was her first WWE promo and she was a little overcome by nerves and emotion.. Give her time. She’ll get better.

  23. I’m surprised they even let him do that at wrestlemania 32. Isn’t that how he injured himself at wrestlemania 29? (With the rock bottom)

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