WWE Elimination Chamber PPV: A Fan's Preview

Dustin H.Correspondent IFebruary 19, 2012

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WWE Elimination Chamber, the final pay-per-view before WrestleMania, comes your way tonight live at 8pm from the Bradley Center in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.

The Elimination Chamber has always been one of my favorite PPVs—both the WWE Title and The World Heavyweight Championship will be on the line tonight. The WWE Divas Title is on the line. And what will happen with Kane and John Cena—will the feud between these two finally come to a end in Milwaukee?

Let's take a look at the card for Elimination Chamber. More matches may be added and a big announcement is rumored, so the card could change. 

WWE Divas Title Match Beth Phoneix Champion vs. Tamina Snuka

Beth Phoenix, the WWE Divas Champion, has been rolling through the competition lately, but
I think she has finally found someone who may be able to go head to head with her in a match and be a threat to win the title.

That woman is Tamina Snuka.

Tamina has been very impressive over the last few months as she works her way up the ladder. Beth Phoenix is one of the most dominating Divas' champions in a long time, but the style of these two ladies are similar and I think we will see a new champion on Sunday in Tamina Snuka.

I could be wrong but, I think it's time for Beth to drop the title and a new face to be atop the Divas division.

My Pick:Tamina Snuka 

John Cena vs. Kane Ambulance Match

This may be the first time ever, but I cant recall having a ambulance match. Nevertheless, we will
see just that Sunday at Elimination Chamber between John Cena and Kane.

These two have been evenly matched over the past month. Kane has been trying to get John Cena to embrace the hate, and Cena has been involved in alot of controversy—especially this past Monday on Raw when Eve Torres was confronted by Kane and put in the ambulance until Cena came to her rescue. Eve gave Cena a kiss and Zack Ryder was sitting in a wheel chair and saw it all. He was furious, confronting Cena later that night on Raw, thus resulting in Kane coming out and pushing Ryder off the stage to the floor.

What role will Ryder play in this match if any at all? What about Eve Torres? There are so many unanswered questions, but this feud has to come to a end tonight. John Cena has the Rock at Wrestlemania, so I think this match is unpredictable, but im going with Cena.

My Pick: John Cena 

WWE Title Raw Elimination Chamber Match

CM Punk Champion vs. The Miz VS R-Truth vs. Dolph Ziggler vs. Kofi Kingston vs. Chris Jericho

This may be a epic match, considering the superstar in this Elimination Chamber match—CM Punk, the WWE Champion—hasn't had the odds stacked against him more than he will Sunday.

This may be the better of the two chamber matches on Sunday, and alot of talk has been about Chris Jericho vs. CM Punk at WrestleMania.

I would have to say CM Punk or Chris Jericho will walk out as champion.

I can also see a feud continue between the Miz and R-Truth, but that leaves Dolph Ziggler out of the picture. Dolph has had a title match at the Royal Rumble and lost. This will be a great match, and I think it will be a brutal one as well.

Kingston has alot to offer, and you can never count out the Miz and R-Truth.

My Pick: CM Punk 

WWE World Heavyweight Title Smackdown Elimination Chamber Match

Daniel Bryan Champion vs. Big Show vs. Cody Rhodes vs. Wade Barrett vs. The Great Khali vs. Santino

This should be a very interesting match—so many things have changed in a short amount of time.

Randy Orton was injured last week on Raw and he is now out of the chamber match. Mark Henry returned on Smackdown last Friday, and I believe everyone thought he would be in the chamber, but Big Show knocked him out backstage.

Interesting enough on Smackdown, a battle royal took place to determine who would take Randy Orton's spot at the chamber. Santino Marella won the match—it was an amazing reaction from the crowd, and Santino is a crowd favorite.

Daniel Bryan has been successful in defending his World Heavyweight title over the past few weeks—cheating his way through matches and getting disqualified on many occasions.

So, will he be able to escape the chamber as champion tonight? Big Show has had a frustrating few weeks and took out his fury on Mark Henry and destroyed the Smackdown general manger's office and was escorted out of the building.

Cody Rhodes and Wade Barrett lost their tag team match to Big Show and Khali on Smackdown, and after the match, Big Show knocked Khali out. Cody Rhodes made remarks to Barrett about losing their match.

Will they be able to work together in the chamber, or will it be every man for himself?

Big Show will be an angry giant in the chamber come Sunday. I look for Daniel Bryan to squeeze his way out of this match, as well and retain the title again going into Wrestlemania 28 in Miami.

My Pick: Daniel Bryan

Dont miss all the action from WWE Elimination Chamber. Who will Sheamus face at WrestleMania? Find out on pay-per-view live tonight at 8pm ET from the Bradley Center in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.


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