WWE Elimination Chamber 2024: Match Card & Line-Up

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Elimination Chamber 2024
Elimination Chamber 2024

WWE’s next step on the fabled Road To WrestleMania, the Elimination Chamber, is set to hail from Perth, Australia, meaning the American fans will finally have to experience what us Brits have to deal with for every other Premium Live Event in pro wrestling: staying up ridiculously late. Of course, it’s not much better for us, as watching a wrestling event at 10am on a Saturday sounds equally brutal.

Still, this important stop on the way to the Showcase of the Immortals is going to be a big one, with two massive Elimination Chamber matches determining the contenders for both the World Heavyweight Championship, held by Seth Rollins, and the Women’s World Championship currently held by Rhea Ripley. Aside from those two tentpole matches, a couple of championship bouts are on the card, which could change the women’s and tag divisions significantly. However, a simple talk show segment planned for the event might just have the biggest implications heading into WrestleMania.

The following matches and segments have been confirmed for WWE’s Elimination Chamber 2024:

– Pre-Show: The Kabuki Warriors (Asuka and Kairi Sane) (c) vs. Candice LeRae and Indi Hartwell – WWE Women’s Tag Team Championship
– Men’s Elimination Chamber match: Drew McIntyre vs. Randy Orton vs. Bobby Lashley vs. LA Knight vs. Kevin Owens vs. Logan Paul
– Women’s Elimination Chamber match: Becky Lynch vs. Bianca Belair vs. Liv Morgan vs. Tiffany Stratton vs. Naomi vs. Raquel Rodriguez
– Rhea Ripley (c) vs. Nia Jax – Women’s World Championship
– The Judgment Day (Finn Balor and Damian Priest) (c) vs. New Catch Republic (Pete Dunne and Tyler Bate) – Undisputed WWE Tag Team Championship
– Cody Rhodes and Seth Rollins address their “partnership” against The Bloodline on The Grayson Waller Effect

Since Hunter took over the booking of WWE, Elimination Chamber seems to be following their current formula of more killer, less filler. With only five proper matches on the card (four if you don’t count the pre-show), hopefully all the talent on card will be given ample opportunity to shine Down Under.

Still, you could argue that Elimination Chamber is looking to be a bit of a predictable show. Nia seems unlikely to dethrone Rhea Ripley this close to WrestleMania, especially when there’s a big money match to be made in Ripley vs Becky Lynch. Sure, the Women’s Chamber match might be a bit more unpredictable, but WWE have left plenty of teases for a Ripley/Lynch encounter at WrestleMania.

As for the Men’s Chamber, a lot of the talent involved in that match could be considered a worthy contender for Seth Rollins at WrestleMania. Orton, Lashley, Knight, Owens and (regrettably) even Logan Paul would be a great dance partner for the guy in the weird outfits with the weird laugh. However, Drew McIntyre is on the run of his life at the minute as WWE’s resident Player Hater. We reckon he’ll win the Chamber, go on to fight Rollins at WrestleMania and finally win the big one in front of a crowd, like he always wanted.

Lastly, the Grayson Waller Effect talk show segment with Cody Rhodes and Seth Rollins could give us an indication into what additional plans are in place regarding Rhodes, Rollins and The Bloodline. Will we see a tag match between the duo versus The Rock and Roman Reigns on Night One of WrestleMania? Time will tell.

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