WWE Elimination Chamber 2019: The biggest winners and losers from the PPV
Credit to WWE for putting together an Elimination Chamber show that exceeded its lacklustre expectations on paper card, though there were still some problems with the show.
Why did Lacey Evans walk down the ramp and back up it for no reason? Why did Becky Lynch appear when she's still supposed to be suspended?
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Other people had a much bigger night, however. Who were the biggest winners and losers of this pitstop on the road to WrestleMania? Let's take a closer look.
Winners: Sasha Banks and Bayley
Credit to WWE for doing the right thing here. There was no better choice than Sasha Banks and Bayley to elevate and legitimize the fledgling women's tag team championships.
In truth, there was no other choice. The only other cream of the crop women's tag team in WWE at the moment is the Sky Pirates in Io Shirai and Kairi Sane, and they're still in NXT.
Sasha Banks and Bayley will have their work cut out for them, but they were the ones who took the women's division to a peak it's only now begun to catch up to again, and if anyone can do it, it's them.
We'll have to see how WWE lines up challengers in the coming weeks and months, but as of now, their reign should be a long one.
Winners: The Usos
In an unexpected decision, WWE pulled the plug on the "Best Tag Team in the World" faster than I expected them to.
I suppose it's safe to say that The Usos avoided punishment (though it appears that Naomi didn't).
The Miz and Shane McMahon are on a collision course for WrestleMania and now it remains to be seen what The Usos will do, but the tag team division on Tuesday nights is in good hands with them at the helm.