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WWE Elimination Chamber 2019 Preview & Analysis: February 17th

Rohit Nath
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3.35K   //    17 Feb 2019, 19:22 IST

It's time!
It's time!

We're just hours away from WWE Elimination Chamber and we're on the second last major stop on the road to WWE WrestleMania. It's definitely going to be an interesting one, and unlike the WWE Royal Rumble, we're not flooded with matches.

However, the Royal Rumble did indeed deliver in a big way, and for the first time since NXT Takeover shows started frequently being a part of a major PPV weekend, we can definitely say that the main roster outdid NXT.

However, Royal Rumble is now behind us, and that was only the start on the road to WrestleMania. Tonight, we'll be having two Elimination Chambers, one for the WWE Championship (in what's presumably the main event), and to crown the first-ever WWE Women's Tag Team Champions (in what may likely open the show).

On the pre-show, the reigning king of WWE 205 Live Buddy Murphy defends the Cruiserweight Championship against a redeemed Akira Tozawa.

It's most definitely going to be interesting to see how things go, and we're going to take a look at what to expect from WWE Elimination Chamber 2019 tonight!


#6. Braun Strowman vs. Baron Corbin - No Disqualification

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Braun Strowman and Baron Corbin seem like they've been feuding forever. It goes all the way back to Crown Jewel in Riyadh in November last year, when Baron Corbin cost Braun Strowman the Universal Championship against Brock Lesnar.

Since then, Strowman suffered an injury at the hands of Corbin and managed to remove him from his Acting RAW General Manager role thanks to a little assistance. Unless Drew McIntyre gets involved, it's very unlikely that Corbin walks away with the victory.

One thing we can really hope is that after this match, the rivalry comes to an end for good. It feels like it's dragged on.

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Rohit Nath
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Rohit is an avid wrestling fan and aspiring Sports Psychologist.
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