Next Sunday the WWE will display its most brutal and exciting pay-per-view event in Seattle. Aptly titled Now Way Out, this WWE pay-per-view event has traditionally been the showcase for some of the organization's most memorable Elimination Chamber matches.
Deriving its name from the brutality of the matches held in the Elimination Chamber, No Way Out has inexplicably kept the steel cage off of the ring each of the last two years. In an Elimination Chamber match, you can't escape or run anywhere. You're locked in a two-mile steel cage chamber that has no rules. The only way to get out is to get pinned or to submit.
So it is with great pride that I announce the WWE is bringing the Elimination Chamber back to No Way Out.
But before I go to No Way Out's main event, I want to mention the other matches that will take place.
- Elimination Chamber For The World Heavyweight Championship
- Jack Swagger defending his ECW title against Finlay
- No Holds Barred match between Shane McMahon and Randy Orton
- Winner Takes All match between Shawn Michaels (HBK) and John Bradshaw Layfield (JBL) (I did an article on these two, so check it out at my recent articles section)
Now that I told you all the matches, I will express my opinion on the main event, which is the Elimination Chamber, for the WWE Championship.
In this match, there will be the greatest Smackdown superstars on the roster: Undertaker, Triple H, Big Show, Vladimir Kozlov, Edge and Jeff Hardy.
This match should be very physical, because none of these guys like each other. And considering what happened at today's Smackdown, expect Edge to go for (or try to go for) Big Show.
I see Triple H and Vladimir Kozlov going at each other and Undertaker going at it with Jeff Hardy, even though these two have no personal agenda to settle with one another.
As the match goes, I think that everyone will try to go from the biggest man to the smallest, which means that they will try to eliminate Big Show, and then Kozlov.
After that, the next man to be eliminated could be either Edge or Undertaker, meaning Jeff Hardy and Triple H will be left standing.
If that would happen, I can see Jeff winning his title back.
This is off the topic, but if you remember last year at No Way Out Triple H and Jeff Hardy were left in the Elimination Chamber to determine who will win and become No. 1 contender for the WWE Championship. Triple H won that match.
If Jeff does win, then we might not see Christian until WrestleMania 25. But if not, then Triple H will have some story line leading up to WrestleMania 25.
My main opinion is that Jeff Hardy or Triple H might win the Elimination Chamber to become the new WWE Champion.
Who do you think might win the Elimination Chamber match for the WWE title???
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