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One thing that is really annoying about the WWE is that if often drags out rivalries longer than it should.
While the feud between Big Show and Alberto Del Rio has been pretty good, Del Rio beat Show in their rematch at the Royal Rumble, so there isn't a ton of logic behind Show getting yet another title match at Elimination Chamber.
That's a minor gripe, though, because Show is probably only getting another shot at ADR because there is only three weeks between Royal Rumble and Elimination Chamber, which isn't enough time to build up a new feud.
So, just like he's done in their first two World Heavyweight Championship matches, the newly babyface Del Rio is widely expected to win on Sunday.
He will do just that because it doesn't make much sense to put the belt back on Big Show again, and I'm not sure there are a lot of people clamoring for Show to be in a World title match at WrestleMania.
The smart move here is to keep the belt on ADR, who is doing a fantastic job as a babyface and could use another big victory to keep his momentum going.
After using a bit of trickery to beat Big Show at the Royal Rumble, Del Rio is going to have to do things by the book at Elimination Chamber because this is his first standard singles match (for the title) against Show.
The WWE needs to give Del Rio the clean win, and that means that he is going to have to win without the help of Ricardo Rodriguez. Multiple enzuigiris will do the job for Del Rio on Sunday, and he will end his feud with Show once and for all.
The Pick: Del Rio with multiple enzuigiris
Del Rio may end his match with Big Show as World Heavyweight Champion, but he won't leave the PPV with the title.
We've been anxiously awaiting Dolph Ziggler's Money in the Bank cash-in, and since he'll otherwise be left off the Elimination Chamber card, expect him to make his presence felt by finally cashing in and becoming World champion.
Post-match, a furious Big Show will knock out ADR, Ziggler will cash in, nail ADR with a superkick and leave Elimination Chamber as the new World Heavyweight Champion.
Bonus Pick: Dolph Ziggler cashes in to become World Heavyweight Champion