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5 WWE Superstars with the best Elimination Chamber records

Thomas Lowson
ANALYST
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3.81K   //    12 Feb 2019, 19:28 IST

Roman Reigns and John Cena have both won inside the Elimination Chamber.
Roman Reigns and John Cena have both won inside the Elimination Chamber.

The Elimination Chamber is arguably the most barbaric structure in the history of WWE. Since its inception at Survivor Series 2002, this literal chamber of horrors has seen some truly vile deeds done.

At the time of publication, 22 Chamber matches have taken place, featuring a total 75 Superstars, none of whom were ever the same again after the match. But out of those 75 combatants, some have not only been able to survive the Elimination Chamber but thrive in it.

Between appearances, wins and eliminations, there have been some shocking moments by the following five Superstars, each of whom has their claim to being some of the greatest Chamber combatants ever.

Here are five WWE Superstars who have made the Elimination Chamber their home, and have some incredible records to back that up.

#5 CM Punk (4 matches, 1 win, 5 eliminations)

CM Punk retained the WWE Championship at the 2012 Elimination Chamber pay per view.
CM Punk retained the WWE Championship at the 2012 Elimination Chamber pay per view.

He may be remembered by most fans for his shocking departure from WWE in January 2014, but CM Punk accomplished plenty during his eight years with WWE.

First entering the Chamber in 2006, Punk would be thrown in at the proverbial deep end, being forced to compete in the first-ever Extreme Elimination Chamber, filled with weapons. It would be over three years until the Straight-Edge Superstar next competed inside the barbaric structure, where he would again come up short in 2010, and 2011.

In 2012 though, Punk got his first win inside the structure, knocking off Superstars Chris Jericho, The Miz, Dolph Ziggler, Kofi Kingston and current United States Champion R-Truth, to retain the WWE Championship in what was just an early stop on Punk's incredible 434-day reign as champion.

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Thomas Lowson
ANALYST
Thomas is a 23-year-old wrestling fan, who started watching in 2003. He is also a Journalism graduate from Sheffield Hallam University.
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