WWE No Way Out: The 10 Greatest Matches in the PPV's History

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WWE No Way Out: The 10 Greatest Matches in the PPV's History

After a two-year absence from the pay-per-view schedule, No Way Out returns live from the Izod Center in East Rutherford, N.J., in just six days.

Unfortunately, the roster seems to be falling apart day by day.

Along with the recent suspensions of Randy Orton and Chris Jericho, there is now the possibility of Alberto Del Rio being removed from the World Heavyweight Championship match thanks to a concussion. The main event is John Cena vs. Big Show for the 23rd time, except this encounter is inside a steel cage.

While the matches to look for are the Intercontinental and WWE Championship bouts, they will have to be pretty good to make it onto this list.

In the history of No Way Out, there have been a considerable number of great matches, which used to be featured as the final stop on the Road to WrestleMania. In 2008 and 2009, the Elimination Chamber went to the PPV for the only time during the year. Three of those chamber matches make it onto this list.

Let's check out the rest and see which matches are ranked as the 10 greatest contests in No Way Out history.

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