WWE Elimination Chamber PPV 2019 Match Card

WWE Elimination Chamber PPV 2019 Match Card


We’re about the long, dusty road to Wrestlemania, but we have to make a pit stop at the last PPV before it that matters, Elimination Chamber–because Fastlane may also be an episode of Monday Night Raw. Like most PPVs today, there will be plenty of title matches on the card, but unlike many major WWE events, the star of this show is none other than the titular Elimination Chamber match.

WWE superstars into an enclosed cell

This match, which we only see once a year, puts six–or 12 if it is a tag team game –WWE superstars into an enclosed cell, but to make matters more interesting, four of the six opponents are placed in pods at the beginning of the match. Then, another competitor enters the game every five minutes. This is an elimination game, so it only ends when–well–all but one WWE superstar is left standing. Like all PPVs, there’ll be a Kickoff Show beginning one hour prior. Fortunately, this event will not be as long as the Royal Rumble, which came in at about seven hours.

planning on observing the event

If you’re planning on observing the event, there are two ways to start doing it. You can purchase it through your cable or satellite provider, which can be expensive, or watch it through the WWE Network for $10 per month. If you do not have the WWE Network, you can sign up for a month for free–as long as you are a new user.

Smackdown’s WWE Championship will in an Elimination Chamber match

As of this writing, there are four matches on the card–two of which are Elimination Chamber matches. It doesn’t look like Raw’s Universal Championship will be defended here, but Smackdown’s WWE Championship will in an Elimination Chamber match. This occasion will also crown the first-ever Women’s Tag Team Champions as well. There should be at least three more games added to this card, with at least one taking place on the Kickoff Show. Here is what WWE has lined up for its fans so far.

Be certain to return to GameSpot on Sunday, February 17 for live coverage and a review of the show.

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