The WWE Elimination Chamber Premium Live Event was indeed a night filled with intense and memorable in-ring action. However. many WWE stars encountered difficult travel experiences in Australia.

The February 24 event in Perth, Australia, marked WWE’s first Premium Live Event in the country since Super Showdown in 2018. Rhea Ripley retained her Women’s World Title against Nia Jax in the main event, while Drew McIntyre emerged victorious in the Men’s Elimination Chamber match, earning a World Heavyweight Championship bout against Seth Rollins at WrestleMania 40.

Becky Lynch secured win in the Women’s Elimination Chamber match, setting up WrestleMania 40 showdown against Ripley. According to Fightful Select, the WWE travel itinerary to and from Australia varied in its level of complexity for different individuals.

Some WWE personnel traveled from California to Hawaii before reaching Australia. Conversely, the return trip saw certain talents endure four or five connecting flights to reach their final destinations.


”The WWE travel going to and coming back from Australia was said to be more hectic for some than others. The WWE travel to Australia for some saw stops in California, Hawaii and then ultimately Australia. On the way back home, there were some talents that ended up taking four-or-five legs of a flight to get to their respective destinations.”

It is unfortunate that some WWE Superstars had to face such ordeals, but sometimes it is simply something that happens in the world of professional wrestling and they are aware of that.

Are you surprised by their travel issues? Let us know in the comments section below!

Subhojeet Mukherjee

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