WWE Elimination Chamber: 5 Interesting statistics from the event
Will these stats come into play over the next six weeks?
The Elimination Chamber has been a structure in WWE for the past 16 years and it seems that every time WWE make Satan's structure part of their Road to WrestleMania, there are always a number of noteworthy facts and statistics coming out of the matches.
This year's show was no different as the women made history inside the structure for the first time, the men presented the first-ever 7-man's Elimination Chamber match, whilst Asuka put her undefeated streak on the line against arguably her hardest opponent to date.
It seems that throughout the show, there were a number of noteworthy statistics that could play their part in the rest of the build to WrestleMania over the next six weeks.
#5 The women make history in more ways than one
The women's Elimination Chamber match was not only the first time that Women had been able to step inside the structure, but it was also the first time since the inaugural event back in 2002 that every entrant that was part of the match, was there for the first time.
None of those women were aware at that time what they were getting themselves into but they managed to make history in style once again as Alexa Bliss retained her Women's Championship inside the steel for the first time.
This was also the first time that Alexa had defended her Women's Championship since TLC last year, where she defended against Mickie James, who was seemingly her "friend" heading into the show.