5 biggest mistakes WWE made at the Elimination Chamber
WWE made a ton of very predictable decisions at the Elimination Chamber. For better or for worse, they have unveiled their WrestleMania vision. The Elimination Chamber matches were fun to watch, but the in-between left a lot to be desired. It was always obvious WWE had already made these decisions months ago. The problem is many of the decisions were poor.
Whether or not you enjoyed the pay per view really depends on how in line your taste is with the company's plan. There was so much wrong with the chamber show. There were some good moments. That isn't what we are here to talk about, however. So, shall we countdown the biggest mistakes of the Elimination Chamber?
#5 Alexa Bliss retains
WWE made their first mistake of the night by keeping the championship on the Goddess. She didn't look strong in victory at all, essentially picking the bones of the two weakened women.
She also was also mostly in the background of the entire Sasha and Bayley story. You could make the argument that this was just a good heel move, but this close to Mania and in this history-making match it felt flat.
Bliss is a great heel for WWE, but in the ring, she is average, at best, in comparison to the best performers on the roster.
She isn't likely to have great matches with Asuka or Nia Jax, but the reigning Champion would certainly be at her best if she were caught in the middle of the Sasha Banks-Bayley feud. The matches would work and there would also be an intriguing storyline for good measure.