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Best Elimination Chamber Matches

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Back in the early 2000s, Triple H was annoyed that Vince McMahon wouldnt bring War Games to WWE, so he did the next best thing. Or maybe an even better thing. He invented the new Match type that mixed Hell in Cell, Royal Rumble, and War Games into one snazzy package. In terms of kayfabe, it was the brainchild of Eric Bischoff in his attempt to be the most successful GM in WWE. Introduce in 2002, Elimination Chamber became a regular fixture in WWE and even when they try to quietly get rid of it, it comes back less than two years later. Of all fixtures in WWE, it has the best hit-or-miss ratio. Royal Rumble has had many problems in the past several years. Cage Matches are completely illogical most of the time. Hell in Cell IS water down. Other than ladder matches, there are too many major match types that still stand strong in modern WWE. The Elimination Chamber IS one of those match types. Ive watched all 22 of them for the sake of ranking them from worst to best and quality honestly holds up almost entirely across board. So join me in this list of matches where wrestlers are constantly shattering bulletproof plexigla with their skulls. Where CM Punk enters four times, each time under a different incarnation of his straight Edge persona. Where Triple H put way too much emphasis on himself, winning four times and getting second place other two times. Where we get some random pairings that we wouldnt otherwise see, like Undertaker vs. John Morrison, CM Punk vs. RVD, and Shawn Michaels vs. Jeff Hardy. Where Paul Heymans ECW revival IS destroyed by some really iffy booking decisions. From Booker T in 2002 to Bayley in 2018, heres Elimination Chamber from worst to Best. It feels like it should be cool, but it never really gets off the ground. One guy in front row desperately trying to start this IS AWESOME! Chant and failing about sums it up. Anyway, it comes down to two guys making up Prime Time Players vs. Three guys making up New Day and that says it all. Aftermath: Although they come up short in the Elimination Chamber, Prime Time Players defeat New Day for tag titles shortly after. Then New Day win belts back and hold onto them for well over a year, breaking the record for longest reign. All the while, Prime Time players break up and fall into some disastrous singles runs. Match: thing people remember most from this match IS Santino coming so close to beating Bryan at the end, only to lose. It really IS a fantastic moment, especially when he almost powers out of Yes Lock and the place becomes unglued. It just that that match doesnt have much else going for it.

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22. THE INTERCONTINENTAL DISASTER

King Barrett vs. Mark Henry vs. R-Truth vs. Ryback vs. Sheamus vs. Dolph Ziggler for Intercontinental Championship Build: Daniel Bryan won the Intercontinental Championship at WrestleMania and after getting stiffed one too many times by the new, Mohawked version of Sheamus, he had to give up the Championship due to health issues that would, in time, mean full-on retirement. The Elimination Chamber Match is announced to fulfill the vacant Championship slot. Rusev was originally meant to be in the match, but he suffered an ankle injury that put him on a shelf for little while. His spot was given to Mark Henry. Match: So. Originally when I wrote this article, it was to hype up the Elimination Chamber 2015. There were only 17 matches at time and I make point to say that even the worst Chamber Match was still at least good.

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15. JBLS CHAIR DELIVERY SERVICE

Since debuting at Survivor Series in 2002, Elimination Chamber has become one of the more popular and destructive matches in company. Elimination Chamber pay-per-view is making a return after a year's hiatus, and this year Chamber MATCH will mark the twentieth time Superstars have stepped into demonic structure. In the matchs 15 year history, several marquee names have survived Chamber MATCH, won or retained the World Title, and gone on to headline WrestleMania. Superstars like Shawn Michaels, Triple H, John Cena, and Edge have added to their already impressive WWE resumes by outlasting Five other guys and winning Chamber matches. The man with most Elimination Chamber wins is Triple H, who has won MATCH on four different occasions. John Cena has a chance to tie this record when he guns for his fourth Chamber victory this week at SmackDown-exclusive Elimination Chamber PPV. Let's take a look at the five best chamber matches in the history of the company:

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14. CM PUNKS MIDCARD GAUNTLET

Chris Jericho vs. CM Punk vs. Dolph Ziggler vs. Kofi Kingston vs. Miz vs. R-Truth for WWE Championship Build: While trying TO play himself off as unbiased, John Laurinaitis really, really hatted CM Punk and wanted him TO lose the WWE Championship. He takes great pleasure in putting him in one hell of a challenge where Punk has TO take on five others TO keep HIS Title. Among the group is Chris Jericho, who has recently returned after a series of bizarre promos about the end of the World that ultimately lead TO nothing. He won a six-man match TO earn 6 spot. Match: This match is a really sad sign of time. Usually these Elimination Chamber matches have one or two random guys who dont especially belong there, but make for good flavor. Some like Cody Rhodes, Ted Dibiase, Mike Knox, Kofi Kingston, and so on. You know they are going TO win, but it is nice TO have them in the mix against big guns like Undertaker and Cena.

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FACTS & OPINIONS

Best Performers: Triple H-usual good job by him in this match. The undertaker-taker was great in his mid-40s moving around really well. Jeff Hardy-This was his last Chamber Match. He was arguably the most popular guy in Match. Most Memorable Moment: Edge getting eliminated by Jeff Hardy inside cradle at 2: 59 was a big surprise. 4. Elimination Chamber Match for World Heavyweight Championship: Triple H vs. Chris Jericho vs. Booker T vs. Kane vs. Shawn Michaels vs. Rob Van Dam WWE Survivor Series Madison Square Garden in New York, New York November 17 2002 pre-Match notes: Triple H was heel World Champion with Jericho as other heel in the Match. Michaels was the biggest face, followed by RVD, Kane and Booker. RVD starts with Triple H with a spinning heel kick early on. Knee smash by Hunter. Van Dam with back body drop over ropes that send Triple H onto steel outside ring. RVD whip Hunter face first into the steel wall of the Chamber. Hunter was bleeding already. It takes him about two minutes to blade. Van Dam hit Rolling Thunder from ring over top onto Hunter on steel grating outside ring. Van Dam tried to climb pod above Jericho, but Jericho grabbed his leg to stop him. Van Dam jumps off the top rope onto Hunter on a steel grate. Nasty fall for RVD doing that move. Hunter staggered back into the ring with RVD right on him. Five minute interval was up for next man in the match. The third entrant was Jericho, who walked right into a spin kick by RVD. Standing moonsault by RVD get two in Jericho. RVD jump off top with a standing side kick and clothesline send Jericho over top. RVD jumped at Jericho, who moved and RVD hung onto the side of the Chamber as if he was Spiderman. RVD jumped back onto Jericho to take him down. Hunter hit clothesline on RVD to knock him down. Back suplex by Jericho on RVD. Heels work together on RVD for a few minutes. They whip RVD back first into the steel chamber several times. RVD tried to comeback, but Hunter dropped him with DDT. 4 man was Booker T. He had punches and kicks for Hunter and Jericho as he knocked them out of the ring. Spinarooni time by Booker. Spin kick by Booker on RVD gets two. RVD came back with a step over heel kick for two count on Booker. Jumping side kick by Booker on RVD gets two. Hunter got back and was dropped with an axe kick by Booker. RVD dropkick on Jericho. Van Dam went up top, but then he saw an empty pod. He jumped to the top of the pod. Van Dam jumped off top and it was an awkward landing with his knee crushing the throat of Triple H.

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18. Elimination Chamber 2012 (Smackdown)

This particular match didn't get off to the best start as the Undertaker was accidentally set on fire. No, seriously. His pyro malfunction, with flames shooting up all around him. Thankfully, he wasn't seriously injure. That incident has been cut from the version of the match on WWE Network, so you won't find it there. Outside of that mishap, this was a really fun match given all of the talent involve. What's more, this was at the height of Straight Edge Society-era CM Punk, so the match also included a great promo. Plus, Shawn Michaels made an appearance at the end to set up the Wrestlemania match with Undertaker, putting cherry on top of this sundae.

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