From Shayna Baszler absolutely dominating the Women's Elimination Chamber Match to The Undertaker choke-slamming AJ Styles during the event, Elimination Chamber 2020 featured several contrasting moments.
Fans weren't particularly hyped for this year's Elimination Chamber Pay-Per-View, and as the event rolled on, the absence of big stars could be felt throughout its entirety. Aside from The Undertaker's appearance, there was a fairly nonchalant tone to the whole Pay-Per-View.
This doesn't mean that Elimination Chamber 2020 was terrible by any means. It was a fairly simple Pay-Per-View that felt like a filler stop on the Road to WrestleMania 36.
Here are the 5 Biggest news stories from WWE Elimination Chamber 2020 (March 8, 2020).
#5: Daniel Bryan and Drew Gulak put on an old-school showcase to kick off the main show
Nowadays, whenever you hear stories about a match being quite excellent, it usually involves high-spots and near-falls that keep the audience on their toes.
Drew Gulak had figured Daniel Bryan's weaknesses inside the ring, and that was the primary reason why both men took on each other during the Pay-Per-View.
The bout was mat-based for the most part, and every single move made sense on Gulak's part and ideology to dismantle Bryan as each minute passed by. By targeting Bryan's neck, Gulak capitalized on the YES Man's infamous neck injuries, and in a fairly mat-based, old-school bout, it was pretty nerve-wracking to see how well Gulak had his opponent figured heading into the match itself.
Somehow, Daniel Bryan managed to pull off a victory just when Drew Gulak had pushed him to the limit.
In the end, Bryan's great ability to make his opponents look like stars worked in this case, and by being the first match on the main card, both men put on a good technical-style exhibition that seems to be largely missing from mainstream Pro-Wrestling today.