5 records created at Elimination Chamber 2019
Though the show was exceptional in terms of match quality and storytelling, the fans left the arena heartbroken as the WWE veteran Kofi Kingston narrowly missed out on capturing his first ever WWE Championship. Kofi's resilience and Daniel Bryan's endurance were the focal points of this PPV.
Anyway, some superstars created a few records at Elimination Chamber 2019. On this list, we will be taking a look at a few of those records.
#5 Daniel Bryan became the fourth WWE Superstar to win two or more Elimination Chamber matches
Even if you hate or love Daniel Bryan, there is no denying that the former leader of the Yes Movement was outstanding inside the Chamber last night. Bryan started the match along with Samoa Joe and went all the way to eliminate Kofi Kingston at last to retain his WWE Championship.
By doing so, Bryan joined the list of Triple H, Edge, and John Cena - becoming only the fourth ever WWE Superstar to win more than one Chamber match. Triple H leads the list with a mammoth four wins. Cena is trailing behind with three and Daniel Bryan & Edge have two wins each.
#4 Randy Orton became only the third guy to make seven appearances in Elimination Chamber matches
Even though Orton became victorious only one time, he still possesses a healthy record as an Elimination Chamber contender.
Orton is only the fifth guy to inflict a total of six eliminations inside the chamber, and on Sunday he became only the third WWE Superstar to make seven appearances inside the chamber. Only Chris Jericho (8) and John Cena (7) made the list before.