[Warning: Article contains spoilers based on SmackDown tapings from January 28, 2014]
With WWE creative under fire after a chain of events that left the Royal Rumble in shambles and CM Punk in exodus, WWE Elimination Chamber figures to be an intriguing pay-per-view.
All six participants booked in the chamber are each riding their own respective wave of momentum with the exception of John Cena, who doesn't need any.
The booking of the Elimination Chamber match will go a long way in setting the table for WrestleMania feuds while telling a story that figures to dictate the next several weeks of WWE TV.
Could WWE actually call an audible based on fan reaction to the 2014 Royal Rumble match? How far will Daniel Bryan actually go? Is this the pay-per-view where Sheamus finally turns heel? All are very reasonable questions with answers that could be the story of this pay-per-view.
Projecting the order of elimination is based on current momentum as well as likely WrestleMania plans per reports, which should dictate multiple falls.
The beauty of the Elimination Chamber is that it will either stay or change the course of WWE's product heading into its biggest show of the year.