WWE Elimination Chamber 2019: 5 Interesting Statistics coming out of the show
Elimination Chamber is WWE's second stop on the Road to WrestleMania, which is also the penultimate stop before the company lands in New Jersey in April. The show set up a number of interesting feuds heading into the biggest event of the year since it saw three new Champions crowned.
Whilst the storylines heading into WrestleMania are obviously the most important things coming out of the show at present, there were also a number of interesting stats that should be included in any conversation when it comes to the show overall.
Elimination Chamber may have only included seven matches, but there was still enough action to create some interesting statistics that every WWE fan should be aware of.
#5 The Usos become the first ever four-time SmackDown Tag Team Champions
The Usos defeated The Miz and Shane McMahon at Elimination Chamber, despite many fans wondering whether or not Jimmy and Jey would be successful since Jimmy was arrested earlier in the week and the company perhaps wouldn't have wanted to reward the group with Championships following this.
Interestingly, The Usos were still able to pick up their fourth SmackDown Tag Team Championship belts, the duo is the first superstars to lift these titles on four occasions, and this now makes them six-time Tag Team Champions overall.
The Usos will now walk into SmackDown Live tonight knowing that The Miz and Shane McMahon will be looking for a rematch after The Miz dedicated the match to his wife, father, child and unborn baby and then failed to deliver. Miz seemed to freak out because of this and was sent home by Shane McMahon after the match, so the fall out could be interesting.