WWE’s Elimination Chamber event is scheduled to take place at the grand Optus Stadium in Perth, Australia, on February 24th, 2024. The event will be a big one, but it won’t include everyone that WWE can possibly bring to the show.

It was previously reported that Australian officials were hopeful that The Rock would be able to make the Elimination Chamber event. We can confirm that this is not being talked about.

A tenured member of the WWE creative team told us that, “As far as we know, Rock not on Chamber.” So, The Rock is not expected to be at the big show.

Roman Reigns is also not scheduled to work the Elimination Chamber event. Then again, this is no real surprise, because his image has not appeared on one piece of advertising for the show since they announced it.


Roman Reigns and The Rock are lighting up headlines all over the place. After The Rock’s surprise Day 1 RAW return, anything is on the table at this point, but the Elimination Chamber is not slated to see any momentum for their story.

Interestingly enough though, CM Punk is being advertised for the show, which was announced yesterday via WWE on social media.

We will have to see what WWE has planned for the Royal Rumble on January 27th. They could have a ton of surprises in store for fans, and even if WrestleMania is the landing pad for Rock vs Roman, it’s not going down in Australia.

Keep checking back with us here at Ringside News for more on this story, and so many more in the pro wrestling world. This should certainly be an interesting road to WrestleMania.

What’s your take on WWE not booking The Rock or Roman Reigns for Elimination Chamber? Let us know what you think in the comments section!

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