As the final pay-per-view event before WrestleMania, the Elimination Chamber can be a great table setter or a bit of a letdown.
It is hard to figure out which one this will be.
With so much time between Sunday's event and WrestleMania on April 7 at MetLife Stadium, the WWE has plenty of opportunities to create fresh storylines and bring in new or old personalities who could be major players in New York.
That said, here are three possible events that would make Elimination Chamber extremely memorable.
Dolph Ziggler Cashes in the Money in the Bank
Ziggler has had that suitcase for so long that there must be be mold growing inside. WWE creative has dragged this thing out long enough, and now, with WrestleMania 29 a little over a month away, Ziggler's title status needs some clarity.
Of the three events I mention in this article, this is the one I believe has the best chance of happening.
After the Big Show defeats Alberto Del Rio to regain the World Heavyweight Championship, Ziggler will sneak in for an attack on the Show to grab the title.
Fandango Finally Makes an Appearance
I don't expect Fandango, a.k.a. Johnny Curtis, to be a major star early on, but I'm tired of seeing that weird promo run during Raw and SmackDown.
Every time I see it, I yell, "Just bring the guy out already!" at the screen. So far, the gimmick is not all that great, but Johnny Curtis has some talent.
It would be cool to see him debut in an unscheduled match or even in some sort of backstage attack.
Which event is most likely to occur at Elimination Chamber?
The Undertaker Returns
Even if it's just Taker turning the lights out or his face appearing on the big screen, something telling fans he will appear at WrestleMania 29 would be the biggest news the event could produce.
At this point, Taker doesn't have to work more than the pay-per-views, Raws and Smackdowns around WrestleMania—and he probably isn't physically capable of more, either.
If he doesn't show up soon, we may as well start speculating if he'll come back for WrestleMania 30.