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5 Things That Should Happen at Elimination Chamber 2018

These measures and safeguards could make the pay-per-view memorable!

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Top 5 / Top 10 22 Feb 2018, 19:15 IST
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These events could really spice up Elimination Chamber
These events could really spice up Elimination Chamber

Every year, WWE Superstars are immortalized when they perform at the Holy Grail of professional wrestling- WrestleMania. However, the road to WrestleMania is not paved with roses. Instead, it is surrounded by steel. This weekend, numerous men and women will battle it out inside the Elimination Chamber, at an event with massive WrestleMania implications.

There is much that could go wrong at the Elimination Chamber pay-per-view. We have 5 suggestions that could ensure that not only will the pay-per-view remain a memorable affair, but the months following it could be quite eventful indeed. We will list them in this article.

Of course, we welcome your suggestions in the comments. We know that you may not necessarily agree with our assessment, and would love to hear what you think instead.

Without further ado, here are 5 of those suggestions...


#5 Seth Rollins should have an impressive showing

Seth Rollins should not lose the momentum he's garnered on RAW
Rollins should not lose the momentum he's garnered on RAW

Seth Rollins finally looks like a legitimate superstar after the strong showing he had on RAW, this past week in the gauntlet match. WWE must realize that they have managed to rehabilitate a superstar who had fallen down the ranks, and he needs to continue his momentum all the way to the Elimination Chamber.

Even though it is almost certain that Roman Reigns will emerge victorious at Elimination Chamber, Rollins needs to have a strong showcase on the big stage. He needs to look like someone who had a real chance of winning the match, instead of a body that was thrown in for someone else to eliminate.

After the showing on RAW, we think that the crowd may even be behind Rollins to win the whole thing. WWE should book him strongly from a long term perspective as well, considering that he's supposed to be Roman Reigns' opponent after WrestleMania is done.

After all, a champion is only as interesting as his opponents are in the world of professional wrestling.


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