Fantasy Booking : How Triple H Would Have Booked WWE Elimination Chamber 2019
In my humble opinion, the Road to WrestleMania 35 always plays an influential role in setting the course for the entire year and judging by how things have transpired up until now, the fans are genuinely expecting something interesting this Sunday.
WWE will be live from the Toyota Center in Houston, Texas this Sunday where Vince McMahon's billion dollar company will be hosting their ninth Elimination Chamber PPV.
Considering that WWE started off with a bang this year with the Royal Rumble, the fans will enter the Toyota Center with the same amount of expectations.
With all the WWE superstars fighting for their chance to steal the spotlight at WrestleMania 35, the company would be crowning their First-Ever Women's Tag-Team Champions this Sunday inside the barbaric steel chamber.
While the Elimination Chamber has always created some exceptional moments, there's no denying that this year's match-card lacks an element of rejuvenation and excitement, with many stars like Seth Rollins, Dean Ambrose, Becky Lynch, Charlotte Flair, and Brock Lesnar not scheduled to perform on the show.
Since legions of fans have vehemently criticized the company's predictable booking for so long, the WWE Universe looks up to Triple H as their sole saviour.
Judging by how Triple H has evolved NXT, the Game's visionary approach to sports entertainment has ascended the quality of the product and brought more eyes to the show.
With the Elimination Chamber always producing some brutal moments, the Cerebral Assassin would have added his own touch to the match-card and brought serious alterations to keep WrestleMania 35 as the main focus.
So, without further ado, let's dive deep into our hypothetic yet hopeful wrestling world and predict how Triple H would have booked WWE Elimination Chamber 2019.
#1 Asuka (C) Vs. Nikki Cross for the SmackDown Women's Championship
While WWE may have the spotlight on Becky Lynch, Charlotte Flair, and Ronda Rousey, let's not forget that Asuka is also one of the most talented superstars in the entire women's division.
It's rather unfortunate that the creative team have not advertised the Empress of Tomorrow for about at the Elimination Chamber, but this would have definitely changed under Triple H's supervision.
The Game has always been vocal about his adulation for the SmackDown Women's Champion and would have started the show with a bang.
Asuka clashing off against a demented Nikki Cross for the coveted gold would have ideally kicked off the proceedings inside the Toyota Center, with both the competitors tearing each other apart in front of a deafening crowd.
A match of this calibre would have proved beneficial for both Nikki and Asuka, especially the former NXT Women's Champion, whilst putting Nikki Cross in an influential position.
There's no denying that Cross has been underwhelming on the main roster, but Triple H's creative inclusion would have made ascended her as a real threat to Asuka's gold.