6 WWE Superstars with the most eliminations in Elimination Chamber history
CM Punk and John Cena both feature, but neither man is at #1.
Whenever the WWE Royal Rumble comes around, the majority of fans know that Kane has the most cumulative eliminations in history and that nobody has won the match on more occasions than Steve Austin.
However, when it comes to the Elimination Chamber, the statistics surrounding the match aren’t as well-known.
With that in mind, we decided to do a bit of research to find out which WWE Superstars have racked up the most eliminations in the match’s 16-year history.
Joint #4: John Cena (5 eliminations)
Well, it’s practically impossible to create any kind of list concerning WWE records and not come across John Cena’s name, isn’t it?
“The Face That Runs The Place” has competed in six Elimination Chamber matches throughout his illustrious career, with his first taking place when he successfully defended his WWE title at New Year’s Revolution 2006.
He eliminated Carlito in the finale to that match – the first of three Chamber matches that he would go on to win – while he also racked up eliminations against Triple H, CM Punk, Cesaro and The Miz later on in his career.