*CONTAINS SMACKDOWN SPOILERS*
Personally, I would have preferred this PPV to stay with the title of No Way Out. Instead of an event based around one type of match, they could have used all the cage styles at their disposal. This would also allow WWE to retire one of the October PPVs making for a much more manageable 12 PPV schedule.
Either way, I agree with Raw not having the WWE Championship in an Elimination Chamber match. It works better as a match to send one of six top stars to WrestleMania than it does to win a belt. It's kind of stupid to think someone can win a match of such a high status and lose it in a singles match at WrestleMania.
Last year's event looked like this:
WWE Championship Elimination Chamber: John Cena Def. Sheamus(c), Triple H, Randy Orton, Ted DiBiase and Kofi Kingston
WWE Championship: Batista Def. John Cena(c)
Intercontinental Championship: Drew McIntyre(c) Def. Kane
Lay-Cool Def. Maryse and Gail Kim
United States Championship: The Miz(c) Def. MVP
World Heavyweight Championship Elimination Chamber: Chris Jericho Def. The Undertaker(c), John Morrison, R-Truth, CM Punk and Rey Mysterio