Edge and Christian open today’s show by speaking about last Sunday’s Elimination Chamber PPV. Edge points out that WWE cleaned up the Chamber structure both visually and from the competitor’s perspective. He notes that performers would always work around the structure’s limitations, but they’d be in so much pain throughout the match and they’d think about that all day long prior to the match.
Christian liked the Women’s Chamber match overall, but he would have liked to see Mickie James start the match. He adds that there were a couple of inexperienced women in that match and their inexperience showed at times. He thinks James could have led that match nicely had she started.
Edge has said in the past that he doesn’t really get the Asuka character as the ass-kicker that WWE presents her as. While watching her in the match against Nia Jax on Sunday he started to appreciate her appeal, as she worked underneath as a babyface in peril. This really made him have sympathy for her, and he thought Jax was the perfect opponent for Asuka on Sunday.
Edge and Christian welcome Rey Mysterio to the show.
Mysterio informs that he started working when he was 14 years old. He recently found his first paycheque from 1989 which was worth $15. He adds that you needed to get a license to wrestle in Mexico back in those days, similar to needing a driver’s license in order to drive. He took that test when he was 15 and passed.