Welcome to Ringside News’ live results for WWE Elimination Chamber 2020.
As always, tonight’s PPV will feature two Elimination Chamber matches; a woman’s and a tag team Chamber. The women’s will feature Shayna Baszler, Asuka, Sarah Logan, Ruby Riott, Liv Morgan, and Natalya, all vying for a shot at Becky Lynch at WrestleMania. The obvious problem here is that Baszler is the only possible winner, so it runs the risk of being a predictable affair. Meanwhile, the tag Chamber will feature The Miz & Morrison Vs. The New Day Vs. Heavy Machinery Vs. Lucha House Party Vs. The Uso’s Vs. Ziggler & Roode, with the SmackDown Tag Team Titles on the line.
As for the rest of the card, Andrade will defend the United States Title against Humberto Carrillo, AJ Styles will face Aleister Black with no disqualifications, Daniel Bryan tackles Drew Gulak, The Street Profits defend their new Raw Tag Titles against Rollins and Murphy, and Braun Strowman puts his Intercontinental Title on the line against Cesaro, Sami Zayn, and Shinsuke Nakamura.
And that’s the show. It’s quite a stacked card and it all begins with the Kick-off Show at 6PM EST. So strap-in for a night of wrasslin’, which you can read all about on the Ringside News app. Enjoy the show!
The Elimination Chamber Kick-Off Show is live with The Coach, Peter Rosenberg, Charly Caruso, and David Otunga. The panel joke about Rosenberg being officially signed to WWE, and run down the card for tonight’s show.
Ruby Riott has joined the panel to discuss the women’s Elimination Chamber match after a video package. Charly asks Ruby about Liv and Logan being threats; she says they’re products of her, so of course they are threats. And she came back to put Morgan in her place but now Logan needs it as well. And once they’re done she can focus on winning the Chamber and going to WrestleMania. Peter asks Ruby if she should be more concerned about Shayna Baszler. Riott says for three years she has been overlooked. Last year she watched the pre-show panel and they didn’t even mention her, but now she’s sitting here and she’s going to make sure nobody overlooks her. Otunga asks about her stepping inside a Chamber for the first time, and she says it’s unforgiving but all that matters is that she gets through it and makes it to WrestleMania.
We see some highlights of Aleister Black facing each member of The O.C. on Raw, and the panel talk about how this is a dream match, with Black acing Styles in a No Disqualification match. Black cuts a promo backstage, saying he didn’t back down despite being attacked three times. And tonight there is no disqualifications and no-one to save AJ. He says he’s going to put him to sleep.
Kayla Braxton is backstage with Braun Strowman, and she asks if he is ready for a handicap match. Strowman says he doesn’t care how many of them get out of that clown car tonight. Braun says Nakamura and Cesaro are two of the baddest men in WWE but he’s worked for years to get this title, and anyone who comes near it is going to get his hands. The panel say Braun might be underestimating Sami Zayn and the odds are against him, but that he’s also a rare Superstar and the title means something to him.
R-Truth has joined the panel and he has a John Cena shirt on his shoulder. He thinks tonight is WrestleMania and looks baffled when they tell him it’s Elimination Chamber. Truth mistakes Rosenberg for Sam Roberts. They ask him what he thinks of Drew McIntyre Vs. Brock Lesnar, and he says the people are starting to believe Drew will walk away as Champion.
The match starts with Ryder and Erik, with the big man forcing the bro to the ropes. Ryder takes a headlock but gets shot-off and dropped with a shoulder. Erik punches Ryder to the corner, and Hawkins tags in.
Hawkins too gets dropped with a shoulder. Hawkins drops down and leapfrogs Erik but then eats another shoulder. Ryder distracts Erik, allowing Hawkins to hit a running knee and a belly-to-back suplex. Ryder tags in and hits a neckbreaker for a two-count. Ryder applies a headlock.
Erik fights to his feet but gets thrown from the ring, where Hawkins hits a suplex. Hawkins gets him back inside and tags Ryder, who unloads some right hands. They make use of quick tags to beat Erik down and keep him isolated.
Erik connects with a right hand and tags Ivar, who comes in hot with a clothesline and a crossbody to Ryder. Ivar hits a seated senton to Ryder, cartwheel and a clothesline to Hawkins. Zack inadvertently hits a Rough Ryder to Hawkins, then gets hit with the Viking Experience and that’s all she wrote.
Zelina Vega and Andrade are interviewed backstage, and she says she wants to set the record straight. Last week, Rey Mysterio illegally entered the ring and kicked Angel Garza into Andrade. Because he’s a real man, Andrade continued on and Humberto took advantage. She says Carrillo will be a success one day, but it won’t come at Andrade’s expense.
And that’s about it for the Kick-Off Show. Elimination Chamber 2020 is starting right now!
Elimination Chamber 2020, the final stop on the road to WrestleMania, begins with a video package talking up the importance of tonight’s PPV.
We go live to the arena in Philadelphia and out comes Daniel Bryan to start the show.
The bell rings and Gulak takes the centre of the ring, inviting Bryan to come at him. The fans chant for Bryan as he circles the ring. They lock-up and Gulak hits Bryan with a fireman’s carry. Bryan takes the wrist of Gulak but the former Cruiseweight Champion counters, shoots Bryan off, and hits a shoulder tackle.
Bryan looks taken aback. Bryan takes a side headlock but Gulak gets him in a headscissors. Bryan does a handstand to get free, then applies a single leg Boston crab. Gulak kicks himself free and attempts a single leg crab of his own. Both men wind-up holding a leg each and kicking each other with the other. The fans are surprisingly dead for this. The referee separates them and Bryan rolls from the ring and the fans boo.
Bryan gets back in the ring and ties to choose his attack, and goes for an ankle-pick into a surfboard stretch but Gulak pushes himself free and applies a surfboard of his own. Bryan breaks free and swings a kick to the back of Gulak’s leg. They go to lock-up but Bryan kicks the inside of Gulak’s leg. Bryan swings again but Gulak catches his foot and slaps him in the face.
They exchange stiff shots in the corner and Gulak takes Bryan down to work on his leg again. He gets Bryan in a scissors again and Bryan again does a handstand, but this time Gulak hits something like a seated piledriver. Gulak puts Bryan on his back and swings him around before hitting a neckbreaker.
Gulak puts Bryan in the corner and chops him, then looks for a suplex but Bryan blocks it. Bryan counters Gulak and suplexes him over the ropes but Gulak holds on and they both go flying over to the floor. Both men get back in the ring at 8 and Bryan goes to the middle rope. Bryan kicks Gulak a few times and jumps at him but Drew catches him and hits a belly-to-back suplex. Bryan yelled out loud and held his neck, then the referee checked his hand.
Gulak takes a sleeper on Bryan, who reverses into a pin attempt for a two-count. Bryan then ducks Gulak and hits a dragon suplex into a pin for another two. Gulak hits Bryan with a German suplex for a two-count. Gulak hits Bryan with a massive release German suplex and Bryan landed right on his head. Bryan rolls from the ring but gets back in at nine.
Gulak chops Bryan in the corner, but Bryan rallies and flips over Gulak before delivering a running elbow. Bryan delivers some Yes Kicks in the corner and climbs up for some punches but Gulak crotches Bryan. Gulak climbs up behind Bryan and hits a reverse suplex from the top rope! Gulak gets Bryan in a reverse dragon sleeper but he escapes and gets Drew in the Yes Lock and he passes out.
That was a really cool, unique match that the fans just weren’t there for for some reason. We see some replays of that gnarly German suplex that planted Bryan on his head. Bryan celebrates and points at Gulak to give props.
Kayla Braxton is backstage and interviews Robert Roode and Dolph Ziggler. She starts to ask a question but Roode cuts her off and says they’re going to enter the match last, pick-up the pieces, and walk out the new SmackDown Tag Team Champions. She wishes them good luck and Ziggler says they don’t need luck, they’re going to do what they do best: steal the show.
The bell rings and both men run at each other, with Andrade clocking Humberto with a spinning back elbow. Andrade kicks Carrillo into the corner and stomps him. Andrade hits a back body drop, followed by some stiff forearms and chops. Carrillo connects with a dropkick, then clotheslines Andrade to the outside.
Carrillo goes outside and chops Andrade before sending him back into the ring. Carrillo hits a springboard headbutt for a two-count and a springboard arm-drag that sends Andrade to the outside. Andrade uses the top rope to slingshot Carrillo, then gets back in the ring and drops him before posing.
Andrade cracks Humberto’s arm over his shoulder repeatedly, before taking him down with a submission. Humberto fights up and hits a wheelbarrow arm-drag but Andrade drops him with a back elbow. Andrade leaves the ring and tears the protective mat on the floor but Carrillo attacks him. Andrade slams Carrillo into the ring post spine first, then breaks the referee’s count.
Both men back in the ring and Andrade goes right back to targeting the left arm. Carrillo fights to his feet and flips Andrade over the ropes and to the floor. Andrade gets back in and Carrillo hits a jawbreaker, an enziguiri, and a tilt-a-whirl backbreaker. Carrillo connects with a Disaster Kick, then looks for a handspring moonsault but Andrade moves and whips him into the buckles.
Andrade looks for double knees but Carrillo gets out of the way and sends the Champion to the apron. Andrade climbs to the top rope but Carrillo climbs up and hits a super hurricanrana for a near-fall. Carrillo goes up top and looks for the Asai moonsault but nobody’s home. Andrade hip tosses Carrillo into the buckles, then hits double knees for a near-fall.
Andrade instructs Vega to lift the protective padding at ringside, then he tosses Carrillo to the outside. Andrade looks to hit the double underhook DDT but Carrillo flips him and he lands on the floor. Carrillo gets back into the ring and dives over the referee with a tope to Andrade on the floor. He sends Andrade back into the ring and hits a flying crossbody but Andrade rolls through for a near-fall. They attempt a few quick falls and Andrade holds the tights to score the win!
Charly Caruso interviews AJ Styles backstage and asks about the stipulation for his match tonight. AJ says that’s a good question, then asks if she feels as bad for Black as he does? He says Black is a sad guy who sits alone in rooms listening to depressing music and lighting scented candles. He says Gallows and Anderson wanted to watch from the crowd but the show was sold out, so they’ll be at ringside. She asks if that’s fair and he says it’s never a fair fight when you’re in the ring with him. He slips up and says he’s the only likely to get disqualified, then pretends he was called from off-camera and leaves.
Our first two teams in the match are The New Day and The Uso’s, while we already know Ziggler and Roode will be the last pod released. The match begins and both teams talk trash and circle the ring before throwing hands. This Philly crowd has been shockingly quiet all night. Kofi ducks and leaps over Jimmy before hitting a back elbow. Jimmy follows-up with a monkey flip but Kofi lands on his feet and dropkicks him.
Big E grabs Jimmy after beating Jey down in the corner, and hits a shoulder tackle. Big E with a belly-to-belly, but Jey comes off the top rope with a crossbody for a two-count. Kofi comes off the top but botched his dive. Jey with an uppercut to Kofi, then he and Jimmy put Kofi on the top rope and look for a double suplex but Big E stops it and tosses Jimmy from the ring. Both teams are at a stalemate as the clock hits ten seconds.
The first team released from the pods is Lucha House Party and they hit both Uso’s with enziguri’s, followed by springboard dives onto Kofi and Big E. Metalik hits Jey with an enziguiri, then they both him repeated moonsaults but Jimmy breaks the pin attempt. Dorado and Metalik chop Big E but he counters but throwing them both over the ropes. Kofi runs at Big E, who throws him up and over the ropes onto the Lucha’s.
New Day put the Lucha’s side-by-side, then Kofi leaps for a double elbow drop but nobody’s home. Big E then misses a spear into the corner and hits the post. Dorado jumped from the ring to the cage but his leg got stuck and he fell back but quickly got back up the cage – no idea how he didn’t break his leg. Dorado gets on top of a pod and Kofi leaps up with him to brawl on top, but Metalik comes up as well to join the fight. Kofi gets knocked down, then both Lucha’s jump onto The Uso’s and New Day. The timer is back.
The second team released is the Champions, Miz and Morrison. They come right after New Day, and beat both of them into the cage. They get Dorado in the ring and hit a double Alabama Slam, followed by running knees and a shooting star press from Morrison. Metalik breaks a pin attempt but he gets put in the tree of woe and peppered with kicks. They hit a double-team gutbuster to Jimmy Uso, then focus on Jey but he throws Morrison over the ropes and kicks Miz, only to get hit with a neckbreaker/double stomp combo for a near-fall.
Morrison hits Dorado with a crucifix powerbomb but Metalik breaks the pinfall. Metalik jumps onto the top of an empty pod and jumps off with a huge hurricanrana to Morrison but Miz breaks the pin. Kofi returns with dropkicks to Miz and Morrison, and a Boom Drop to Miz. Kingston looks for Trouble In Paradise but Miz ducked and John hit him with a springboard kick. Big E returns with a belly-to-belly to Morrison, then hits Afternoon Delight with Kingston for a near-fall.
Heavy Machinery are the next team released and they just drop everyone with shoulder tackles. They toss Jimmy and Jey to the outside, then splash them against the chamber over and over. Lince gets on the top of a pod, meanwhile Tucker hits Metalik with a sidewalk slam. Big E gets hit with a double body attack from Tucker and Otis, followed by the caterpillar. Everyone gets back in the ring and starts brawling but Lince Dorado comes off the top of the chamber with a shooting star press – the middle of the chamber – onto everyone!
Heavy Machinery hit the Trash Compactor to Gran Metalik and score the first pinfall. Lucha House Party Eliminated. It’s time for Ziggler and Roode to be released, so Otis and Tucker surround their pod and they try to keep it closed. Miz and Morrison attack Heavy Machinery from behind and team with Ziggler and Roode to beat them down.
Tucker launches Morrizon over the ropes, as Ziggler climbs to the top of a pod to escape Otis. Tucker climbs up with Ziggler and bashes his face into the plexi-glass wall! Tucker tosses Ziggler off the top and onto Otis, who drops him on the top rope. Knight then does a front flip off the pod onto everyone else!
Otis brawls with Ziggler on the outside but Roode returns and looks for the Glorious DDT but gets flipped onto the floor. Otis runs at Ziggler, who is standing by his empty pod, but misses and runs through the pod and out of the chamber onto the floor by the announce table! Doctors come down to check on Otis, so Tucker turns is attention to Ziggler and Roode and fights them in the middle of the ring. The fans are finally coming to life. Knight avoids a Fame-Asser but gets hit with a superkick and a Glorious DDT. Heavy Machinery Eliminated.
Ziggler and Roode mock Otis as he’s helped to the back by Tucker and referees. Dolph turns around into Trouble In Paradise from Kofi, and Big E hits the Big Ending to Roode. Jimmy and Jey then come off the top of opposite pods to hit splashes to Roode and Ziggler for the pinfalls! Ziggler & Roode Eliminated. We’re down to three teams, and the Champions get pounded down by The Uso’s and New Day.
Kofi and Jimmy both hit superkicks to Jey and Big E, then each other. Big E hits a Urinagi to Jey, but Jimmy catches him with a Samoan drop and everyone is down. Kofi climbs to the top of the pod and jumps at one of the Uso’s but misses, and Morrison and Miz run in and dive onto him for the pinfall. The New Day Eliminated. And we’re down to two.
The four of them start throwing hands and The Uso’s throw them to the outside. Miz and Morrison springboard into the ring but Jimmy and Jey hit superkicks to both. Both Uso’s go up top and hits splashes but Miz got his knees up, leading to two simultaneous pinfalls but both kick out. Miz looks for a Figure Four but gets kicked off. Miz shoves Jimmy into Jey, and hits a Skull Crushing Finale but Jimmy kicks out.
Miz gets Jimmy in a Figure Four and Morrison hits him with Starship Pain in the submission but Jey breaks it up. Jey superkicks Miz, then Morrison for a near-fall. Miz hits a sunset flip pin and Morrison dives over as well to double the pin, and Miz puts his feet on the ropes for the win!
Charly Caruso interviews Natalya backstage and asks how Beth Phoenix is doing. Nattie says Beth is one of the strongest people she’s ever known, so she’ll get through it just fine. But she can’t say the same about Randy when Edge gets his hands on him on Monday. As for the Chamber, she’s going to unleash her legacy tonight.
The bell rings and AJ goes to the ropes to force Black back. They tie-up and Black takes a headlock but AJ breaks free and they continue the feeling-out process. Black swings for a head kick but AJ ducks it. They come together again and this time Black connects with a kick to the chest, followed by some rapid punches in the corner. Black drops AJ with a kick to the back of the leg, then stomps his leg.
Anderson distracts Black, allowing AJ to hit a chop block. Styles hits a running shoulder to Black’s leg in the corner, then kicks it repeatedly. AJ focuses his attack on the leg, trying to remove Black Mass from his arsenal. AJ leaves the ring and grabs a Kendo stick, which he uses to attack the leg of Black. He hits a few times, but Black then dodges a swing a kicks him with his good leg. Black grabs the Kendo stick but AJ dropkicks him and he tumbles to the outside.
Styles leaps over the ropes onto Black, but Aleister knees him in mid-air! Black then grabs a table from under the ring and sets it up at ringside. AJ surprises Black with a chair shot to the leg, then one to the back. AJ puts Black in the ring, then wedges the chair between the ropes in the corner. Styles slows the pace and beats Aleister around the ring with kicks and punches. Black fires back with a right hand, then a knee, elbow, kick, and a running knee.
Styles catches Black in the Calf Crusher but Black grabs the Kendo stick to crush AJ’s face against the mat and break free. Black hits AJ in the leg with the Kendo, then the back a few times, and one to the chest. Styles ducks a swing and hits a Pele kick and both men are down. Styles lifts Black for a powerbomb but the Dutchman counters. AJ is sent to the apron and he hits a Phenomenal Forearm to a seated Black. AJ then hits a brainbuster for a near-fall.
Styles goes up top but Black runs up and cracks him with a knee. AJ gets hit with a series of kicks, then Black hits a springboard moonsault for a two-count. Black with a snap German suplex for another two-count and he’s getting frustrated. Black drops AJ with a kick to the chest, then attempts another but gets lifted and hit with Ushigoroshi. Black attempted another springboard moonsault but Styles caught him in the Tombstone position and slit his throat but Black countered with a roll-up for a near-fall. Black then hits AJ with a teep that sends him into the chair wedged in the corner!
Styles rolls to the outside and Aleister kicks him against the announce table, near the table Black set-up earlier. AJ avoids a kick and Black hit the table, then AJ runs and tackles Aleister over the table. AJ clears everything off the announce desk and pulls Black up onto it and wants to suplex him off through the wooden table. Black kicks the feet of AJ and he bounces off the table. AJ gets to his feet by the wooden table, and Black leaps onto him with a meteora through it!
Black’s leg is hurting but he gets AJ back in the ring. Black gets in the ring and slowly lifts AJs with his boot but Gallows and Anderson run in, only to both get dropped with kicks. Black gets surrounded and beat down by all three members of The O.C. Gallows and Anderson hit Magic Killer to Black, then AJ goes to the apron and prepares for the Phenomenal Forearm but the lights go out and we hear an old familiar dong.
The lights come up and The Undertaker has both Gallows and Anderson by the throat! AJ jumps at him but gets grabbed and Chokeslammed! The lights go back out and ‘Taker is gone. Black slowly climbs to his feet, as does AJ, and Aleister hits Black Mass for the win!
The Street Profits are backstage and cut a promo about tonight’s PPV thus far. Ford says everybody is waiting for March Madness but they need to remember the Profits are not just one-and-done. They are up and they want the smoke.
We start the match with Seth Rollins and Angelo Dawkins, and they lock-up but Rollins quickly breaks free and goes to his corner and tags Murphy in. Dawkins takes a wrist but Murphy grabs a headlock. They hit shoulder tackles at the same time, then Murphy slaps Dawkins, who then leaps over him and drops him with a shoulder.
Ford and Dawkins make some quick tags to isolate Murphy and beat him down. Seth tags in but gets caught with a few arm drags from Ford. Seth clips him with a right hand and tags Murphy, who runs in and gets caught with an arm-drag. The Profits toss both Rollins and Murphy onto the apron and dropkick them off. Dawkins chases Murphy around the ring and comes back into get a knee. Seth tags in and beats Dawkins down and puts him in the corner with a submission.
Murphy is legal again and he attacks the leg of Dawkins. Angelo kicks Murphy over the ropes to the floor. Ford tags in and he hits a springboard crossbody to Murphy and knocks Rollins from the apron. Ford drops Murphy, then kicks Rollins from the apron again, and hits a standing moonsault to Murphy. The former Buddy rolls from the ring and Ford dives over the ropes onto him and Seth.
Ford get attacked by Akam and Rezar as he attempts to get back in the ring, while Seth was distracting the referee. The Viking Raiders come down and attack Akam and Rezar, with the fight spilling backstage. Meanwhile Seth is holding Ford in the ring with a sleeper. Murphy and Rollins isolate Ford in the corner. Ford eventually counters Rollins and tags Dawkins, who comes in with dropkicks to Murphy and Rollins.
Dawkins hits splashes in the corners, followed by a bulldog to Seth. Tag made to Ford and they hit a double-team Sliced Bread to Seth. Dawkins tags in but Seth hits Ford with a slingblade and tags Murphy. Murphy and Seth team to drop Angelo with superkicks, then the same to Ford. Murphy attempts a Pedigree but gets slingshotted into the buckles and Seth tags in. Seth leaps in but gets dropped and Ford looks for a frog splash but Rollins got his knees up.
Seth attempted The Stomp but nobody’s home and Murphy tags in. Rollins and Murphy hit the Buckle Bomb/Enziguiri, followed by a meteora from Murphy for a near-fall. Rollins attempts a suicide dive to Dawkins but gets caught and hit with a t-bone suplex on the floor! Murphy goes up top but Ford punches him and climbs up alongside Dawkins, but Rollins comes back and powerbombs them both, while they superplex Murphy, and everyone is down!
Kevin Owens comes through the crowd with a bag of popcorn. He comes to the barricade, climbs over, and sits on the announce table near Rollins. KO throws popcorn in Seth’s face but then Dawkins comes from behind with a huge tackle to Rollins into the barricade. Murphy then dove over the ropes onto the Profits but got caught and tossed into the barricade. Back into the ring and Dawkins hits a splash, followed by a frog splash from Ford for the win.
After the match Kevin Owens gets into the ring as Seth Rollins is berating Murphy. He’s still eating his popcorn but he sets it aside and hits a Stunner! Owens then lifts his popcorn and leaves, but not before dumping some over Murphy.
Sami starts the match with Braun and feigns throwing some shots while dancing around, but jumps to the corner and tags Nakamura. Braun runs at Sami on the apron before locking-up with Shinsuke and shoving him over. Nakamura takes a headlock but Braun is unaffected. Nakamura connects with a lariat but Braun doesn’t budge, then turns the artist inside out with a lariat of his own.
Strowman whips Nakamura to opposite corners, followed by a splash. He keeps trying to grab Sami on the apron with no luck yet. Nakamura dropkicks the knee of Braun and tags Cesaro, who runs in hard with a European uppercut. Sami cheap shots Braun while the referee isn’t looking. Sami tags in and stomps Braun and chokes him with his boot. Nakamura tags in and chokes Strowman on the middle rope before tagging Zayn again.
Zayn laughs like The Joker as he chokes Braun with his boot in the corner, then tags Cesaro. The Swiss Superman just continues beating Braun, not allowing him to get up. Zayn asks for the tag and he delivers some jabs to Braun and mocks him. He lands another shot but Braun no-sells it and Sami runs to tag Nakamura.
Shinsuke gets Braun down with a sleeper but the big man fights up and hits a back suplex. Cesaro tags in but gets punched by Braun and dropped with shoulder tackles. Braun throws Cesaro across the ring like a ball, followed by a flapjack but Nakamura tagged in and runs at Braun, only to get hit with the same. Nakamura and Cesaro roll to the outside and Braun signals for the running shoulder tackles but Zayn hits him from behind.
Sami runs from the ring and Braun chases him, shoulder barging Cesaro and Nakamura along the way. Sami goes under the ring to get away and Braun goes under after him but Cesaro and Nakamura return and stomp him. They toss Braun into the steel steps, then back into the ring for Nakamura to hit Kinshasa for a near-fall.
Cesaro comes in and sends Strowman into the ring post twice, then distracts the referee so Nakamura can hit Kinshasa against the ring post. Nakamura and Cesaro lift Braun up in a suplex position and Sami hits a Helluva Kick for the win!
Zayn screams with joy after his win. He retreats with Cesaro and Nakamura but comes back to the apron to old his belt in Braun’s face.
We’re starting this one with Natalya and Ruby Riott. The match gets underway and Ruby kicks Nattie in the gut, then rolls her up for a one-count. Riott connects with an elbow, then drives her with forearms in the corner. Natalya throws Ruby over the ropes, then slams her into the support beam of the chamber. Natties rubs Ruby’s face against the chains, then suplexes her on the hard floor.
Natalya applies the Sharpshooter to Ruby, who is in right by Liv Morgan’s pod and she is smiling at her. Ruby flips over, sending Nattie crashing into the plexi-glass of Liv’s pod. Ruby then stomps Natalya and we see Becky watching on a monitor backstage. Riott scales the chamber halfway and hits jumps off backwards for a Coffin Drop onto Natalya for a two-count. Back on the outside and Ruby slams Natalya down before kicking her in the back and talking trash to Logan. Natalya gets Ruby up in an electric chair but she holds onto the chains, so Nattie drops her against it.
Sarah Logan is the first person out of the pod and she hits Natalya with running knees, slamming her against Liv’s pod! Logan then rams Natalya into it again, before turning her attention to Ruby, who starts climbing the chamber. Riott gets on top of Liv’s pod and Logan joins her for a headbutt. Ruby tries to climb down but Natalya intercepts her and hits a powerbomb on the outside!
Logan dives off the pod onto Ruby and Natalya, and she clocked Natalya in the face with a knee. Logan gets Ruby back in the ring and on the top rope for some punches. She looks for a superplex but Nattie comes back for a Tower of Doom. All three women are down and the next pod opens, letting Shayna into the match. Bazler comes in like a bat out of hell and tosses Nattie into the ring post, then lifts Logan and hits a spin-out dominator, a knee to the face, and into the Kirifuda Clutch for a submission. Sarah Logan Eliminated.
Baszler immediately grabs Ruby and hits her with the dominator, the knee, and wraps in the Kirifuda clutch for the tap. Ruby Riott Eliminated. Baszler turns her attention to Natalya and throws her into her own empty pod. Shayna stomps Natalya in the pod, then slams the door into her over and over. Kirifuda clutch and Nattie taps. Natalya Eliminated. Baszler has some time to kill, so she goes to Liv and Asuka’s pods and taunts them.
The next person released is Morgan. Baszler meets her there and slams her into the chain wall. Liv kicks Baszler but gets grabbed in a powerbomb position and slammed into the chains. Liv is hanging from Baszler, who then whips her head-first into the plexi-glass! Baszler gets in the ring and trash talks Asuka. Morgan gets in and hit Baszler, who cracks her back. Liv climbs up in the corner but gets dropped with a running knee. Shayna holds Liv’s face up to Asuka, then sits on the top rope and lifts Liv up with a Kirifuda Clutch and chokes her out. Liv Morgan Eliminated.
The referee gets Liv from the ring as Baszler and Asuka talk trash, with Asuka showing zero fear. We see Becky watching on the monitor again and she looks unimpressed. Asuka is released and gets into the ring to stand with Baszler. Asuka swings a kick but Shayna ducks it. Asuka hits her with a hip attack, followed by a series of stiff kicks. She swings another kick but Shayna catches it and delivers repeated knees.
Baszler lifts Asuka but the Empress counters and catches Shayna with a kick to the face. Asuka gets the Asuka Lock in but Baszler rolls under the ropes and Asuka is still holding on, so Baszler backs her into the chains. Baszler slams Asuka into them repeatedly, then wraps her arm around the top rope and twists it. Bazler gets Asuka in the ring and locks-in the Kirifuda Clutch but Asuka leans back to attempt a pin but Shayna kicks her off. Baszler again twists the wrist, then hits her rolling dominator, kick to the face, and the Kirifuda Clutch.
What a performance. That was a fun Chamber match, despite the crowd being dead, which they were the majority of the night. Worst Philly crowd I’ve ever seen. Baszler celebrates her big win and Becky is shown watching backstage.
And that’s it for Elimination Chamber. Let us know what you thought and I’ll see you here tomorrow night for WWE Raw. Until then, safe travels.