WWE Elimination Chamber is over, with the superstars ready to march forward toward the Grandest Stage of them all, WrestleMania 39. The Empress of Tomorrow, Asuka, has her path clear as her victory at the Elimination Chamber event earned her an opportunity for a RAW Women’s title match at The Show of Shows. Furthermore, the win also helped Asuka achieve another incredible feat in WWE.

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Asuka won the Women’s Elimination Chamber Match on Saturday night at the event. She defeated Liv Morgan, Raquel Rodriguez, Nikki Cross, Natalya, and Carmella to earn the chance to face WWE Raw Women’s Champion Bianca Belair at WrestleMania 39.

With her win, Asuka became the first female wrestler to triumph in the Royal Rumble, Money in the Bank, and Elimination Chamber matches, creating history. Only John Cena, Randy Orton, Edge, and Brock Lesnar have done so among male Superstars.


When Money in the Bank was staged at WWE Headquarters in 2020 amid the COVID-19 pandemic, Asuka came out on top. Similarly, she was also the winner of the inaugural Women’s Royal Rumble match in 2018.

The Empress of Tomorrow is looking to be dangerous as ever. She has donned her most evil persona ever since she made her way to this year’s Royal Rumble match, and now has a golden opportunity at WrestleMania.

Asuka has great momentum heading into a big match at WrestleMania 39 against the dominant Bianca Belair for her title. We will have to wait and see how this rivalry unfolds on the road to WrestleMania.

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