5 WWE Superstars you didn't know wrestled inside the Elimination Chamber
- Which current WWE Superstar has more Chamber appearences than Roman Reigns, The Undertaker and Batista?
This Sunday, the WWE Universe will enter the devil's playground one more time, as the company hosts the Elimination Chamber pay per view.
Since it's inception in 2002, the hellish structure has led to some classic moments and career-defining performances.
Who can forget Shawn Michaels returning from a career-ending injury to win the first Chamber match or any of Triple H's record-setting four victories inside the structure.
But for as epic as these moments were, there have been plenty of WWE Superstars who have flown under the radar.
Some Superstars, fans may have even forgotten entered the Elimination Chamber, though the pain their bodies feel will no-doubt remind said wrestlers.
Here are five WWE Superstars, you may have forgotten once entered the Elimination Chamber, and how they fared in the barbaric structure.
When Carlito debuted on SmackDown in late 2004, the young star couldn't have imagined he would end up inside the company's most barbaric match, just over a year later.
A champion of everything cool, Carlito may have been nervous entering the match, and these nerves weren't helped when he was entry #3.
Despite his unfamiliar surroundings, Carlito faired surprisingly well at New Year's Revolution 2006, eliminating both Shawn Michaels, who had won the first Chamber match in 2002, as well as his then-Tag Team partner, Chris Masters.
Making it to the final two, the former United States Champion would eventually have his good fortune ended by John Cena, who surprised his former nemesis with a roll-up, mere seconds after the Masterpiece's elimination, with Big Match John retaining the WWE Championship, he'd quickly lose to Edge.