In just 10 days, the Elimination Chamber makes its annual appearance in the WWE landscape. Twelve men in total will compete in two different chamber matches, the 14th and 15th instances of the match's history.
As the chamber grows to be 10 years old in 2012, let's look back at other great cage match concepts and rank them, from the ones that were just too much to those that made a great impact. There are some that are often forgotten and others that probably should be wiped away from wrestling record books.
Here are 10 of the greatest cage match variations that WWE and the promotions they own have ever had in their history.