Since its debut in 2002, the Elimination Chamber has always been one of my favorite styles of matches in the WWE.
I had the pleasure of attending the first-ever Elimination Chamber match at Madison Square Garden, and again last year at the Elimination Chamber pay-per-view in Oakland.
Outside of Wrestleania, Survivor Series and SummerSlam, it's really the only PPV I'll pay for.
Though I was skeptical of most of the card, and even while outside of the two chamber matches the PPV wasn't too eventful, it was entertaining.
The WWE I grew up on spent much more time hyping the matches of the PPV's with individual promos and such. This contributed to the excitement at least, and made it worth watching, even if the matches on the card turned out to be boring.
I feel, however, that the Elimination Chamber leaves me consistently satisfied.
Let's take a look at how things transpired on Sunday evening, and maybe some changes that could have been made.