The Wrestlemania season is in full swing. The Rock has returned. The Undertaker will be coming next week and he is certain to bring along another megastar. Lots of mysteries will unravel at the next episode of Raw and the card of Wrestlemania will be complete.
However, there is a trifle matter of one PPV - The Elimination Chamber, before all that happens. We all including the WWE, are a little bit busy with bigger things, yet let us take some time out to have a look at how this PPV shapes out to be.
Over the years WWE has introduced many gimmick matches. Elimination Chamber is one of the standout matches of them. Naturally in the wave of Gimmick PPVs, WWE introduced Elimination Chamber themed PPV as well and replaced No Way Out with it. Thankfully, WWE showed rare maturity to have only top two championships or their top contender spot being defended in the chamber. Therefore every year we have cream of both the brands battling it out in the chamber.
This year is no exception to this rule.
In the Raw elimination Chamber we have John Cena, Randy Orton, CM Punk, Sheamus, John Morrison and R-Truth gunning for Miz’s WWE championship, where as Miz will be defending his belt against Jerry ‘The King’ Lawler.
In the Smackdown elimination chamber Edge will defend his World heavyweight Championship against Wade Barret, Drew McIntyre, Kane, Dolph Ziggler and Ray Mysterio.
In other matches, Eve will defend Diva’s title against Michelle McCool or both the members of LayCool. Kofi Kingston will most likely take on Alberto Del Rio in non title bout. Daniel Bryan would defend his US title against Ted DiBiase.
This card seems well stacked up. But it is much more than the velocity of card that assures great matches and overall an awesome PPV. Mix of Storylines, Chemistry of superstars and some unforeseen events is what makes it special.
Therefore, with this lengthy backdrop let us proceed with the potential analysis of all the matches.
Disclaimer – this article includes no predictions as to who might win.