WWE Elimination Chamber 2018: 5 burning questions heading into the show
There are a few must-ask questions to be poised, so here are five burning questions going into the 2018 Elimination Chamber.
On Sunday, February 25th, the Raw brand will host the latest Elimination Chamber pay per view, in what will prove to be an event with a number of interesting twists and turns.
For instance, this year's men's chamber match will be a seven-way to determine the number one contender for the WWE Universal championship, where previously it had always been six men.
History will also be made as there will be the first ever Women's Elimination Chamber matchup for Alexa Bliss' Raw Women's Championship. For every answer that may emerge after this event, there is a question that was asked by fans or analysts alike.
Who will win? Who will lose? Who will never be the same, and how will each of the contenders' fare on this evening? There are a few must-ask questions to be poised, so here are five burning questions going into the 2018 Elimination Chamber.
#5 What surprises could happen at the Elimination Chamber?
As the last brand exclusive Raw exclusive pay per view moving forward, there is the chance of some pretty interesting things developing for all involved. For instance, the Elimination Chamber match itself, while still being a cage, has often seen others break into the cage and cause something to happen to an adversary who is in the matchup.
Could we see former TNA world champion Bobby Lashley appear at the event or come out from the crowd? Is there also the chance that a current NXT talent could make themselves seen or heard during the event?
With the first-ever women's Elimination chamber match up, could we see current Smackdown Live star and Money in the Bank winner Carmella cash in her contract against the winner?
After all, a beaten and battered competitor wouldn't see it coming and everyone would be caught by surprise since talk of when or where Carmella would cash has seemingly died down. A number of interesting scenarios could play out during Raw's last brand-exclusive event.