WWE Elimination Chamber is traditionally a well-booked pay-per-view. It serves as WWE's final chance on pay-per-view to get all its ducks in a row before WrestleMania.
The rumored WrestleMania lineup annually leaks (Credit: PWInsider via WrestlingInc) months before the event. Even when it doesn't, WWE makes it quite obvious to the active viewer where it's going with most of the top matches.
This renders the Elimination Chamber—the final piece to the WrestleMania booking puzzle—relatively predictable. Still, the pay-per-view is not without its booking faults whether or not one could see them coming.
From championship shake-ups, to strange matchups or whack-job gimmicks, the Elimination Chamber pay-per-view has had its faults.
After all, this is the same franchise that hosted an Ambulance match between John Cena and Kane in the vaunted "embrace the hate" feud.
Poor booking decisions in Elimination Chamber history stem from outcomes and storylines that adversely affected the WrestleMania buildup and, in most cases, devalued major championships by night's end.