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WWE Elimination Chamber 2015 Review: Biggest Stars of the Night

Posted by Anthony Mango On May - 31 - 2015
The WWE Elimination Chamber pay-per-view is literally built around the idea of one man being above the rest, so when reviewing what happened at the 2015 event, there should be some distinct lines drawn. This is a show featuring over 25 Superstars fighting for nearly every championship in the company and some pretty valuable bragging rights as well, but only a few names can find success. Daniel Bryan's absence opened up a void with the Intercontinental Championship to be filled by one of six competitors in one of the Elimination Chamber matches. Who walked away with the gold? NXT champion Kevin Owens has ...
Seth Rollins and Dean Ambrose renewed their rivalry Sunday night at Elimination Chamber, and the so-called Architect of The Shield received his comeuppance as he was defeated by Ambrose. However, since Ambrose won by disqualification, Rollins retains the World Heavyweight championship:   Originally Ambrose thought he would receive the belt for his win, and the crowd was in a frenzy, per WWE: But Ambrose didn't take the news well and ran away with the belt, via WWE:  Multiple superstars sided with Ambrose on Twitter:  WWE Universe provided a GIF of one of the more memorable moments, courtesy of Rollins:  After the match, Triple H wasn't pleased ...
The 2015 WWE Elimination Chamber pay-per-view has concluded, the results are in and the champions are set, so it's time for us to reflect on what happened and break down the good and bad. Earlier this year, it seemed as though the Elimination Chamber concept was dead in WWE, but it saw a resurrection on the WWE Network as a special event. Naturally, if WWE was to entice fans to sign up for the network, this would have to be something good. Advertised as having the first Tag Team Championship Elimination Chamber match, another first for the vacated Intercontinental Championship, a champion ...
With Money in the Bank just two weeks away, WWE is already starting to put the card together for the June 14 pay-per-view. United States champion John Cena will get a rematch with NXT champ Kevin Owens, while Dolph Ziggler, Neville, Randy Orton, Roman Reigns, Kofi Kingston and Sheamus will take part in the Money in the Bank match. Although the turnaround time between Elimination Chamber and Money in the Bank is small, WWE fans will be looking forward to both of these bouts, especially Owens vs. Cena. Few expected Owens to beat Cena on Sunday night, let alone clean with a Pop-up Powerbomb ...
Monday on Raw, Rusev destroyed R-Truth in the most one-sided match between Elimination Chamber participants on the show. As I mentioned on the PodNasty Wrestling Podcast, Rusev continues to be presented as a rising star and still feels the freshest among an underwhelming field in the Intercontinental Championship Elimination Chamber. The lower-leg injury Rusev suffered during the SmackDown tapings, per WWE.com, may keep him out of the Elimination Chamber on Sunday. If so, nobody else will be able to restore value to the intercontinental title the way Rusev can. Unlike his competitors, he is the only character who continues to develop on WWE ...
The Elimination Chamber pay-per-view has been resurrected by WWE, and Sunday night, some of the brightest young stars on the roster will compete inside the hellish structure for the opportunity to leave Texas with championship gold around their waists. The vacant intercontinental title will be decided when Bad News Barrett, Sheamus, Ryback, Rusev, R-Truth and Dolph Ziggler compete for the right to restore legitimacy to the once-prestigious championship. Conversely, the New Day will attempt to retain their tag titles when they defend in the first-ever tag team chamber bout. Their opponents? Five of the premiere tag teams in the industry, including The Ascension, ...
There is no match on Sunday's Elimination Chamber card more important to both the future and present of World Wrestling Entertainment than United States champion John Cena's showdown with the breakout star of the year, NXT champion Kevin Owens. In just six months, Owens has exploded onto the scene, becoming the best and most consistently booked star in all of WWE. The lead villain in NXT, he has systematically picked apart the likes of Alex Riley, Sami Zayn and Neville, sending them away on stretchers and standing atop the brand as its most despicable yet celebrated competitor. To this point, he has been ...
WWE Elimination Chamber takes place this Sunday, and over the course of history, this event has provided a huge opportunity to Superstars, particularly in the match that bears its name. In the past, Superstars such as John Cena, Triple H and Edge have furthered their own legacies by emerging victorious in the dangerous chamber match. But perhaps no Superstar was ever presented a bigger opportunity than when Jack Swagger won the match in February 2013. Cena, Triple H and Edge were already established names. So was just about every other Superstar who has ever won this match. Prior to the match, Swagger ...
On Sunday, WWE will present its sixth annual Elimination Chamber pay-per-view event, live from the American Bank Center in Corpus Christi, Texas, at 8 p.m. ET. Set to air exclusively on WWE Network, Elimination Chamber was announced a little less than three weeks ago on the May 11 edition of Raw. However, in that small window of time WWE has succeeded in making it a must-see show with what's been advertised. Despite falling short of winning the WWE World Heavyweight Championship at Payback, Dean Ambrose will receive another shot at the gold against Seth Rollins in the main event. Can Ambrose finally settle his ...
WWE Elimination Chamber 2015 is the company's latest attempt to turn the curious into subscribers. To close out a month packed with programming, WWE has brought back a gimmick match powered by rattling steel, broken plexiglass and breathtaking leaps. To entice folks to start dishing out cash for the WWE Network, the company is leaning on the violence born from that specialty bout and its emerging stars. Dean Ambrose will get his first one-on-one WWE title match. Kevin Owens will make his debut on the main roster. Rusev, Kalisto and Naomi all have a chance to walk out of Corpus Christi, Texas, carrying gold ...

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