Washington, Feb 7: We are just five days away from the exciting Elimination Chamber match. This is back after a hiatus of two long years. This time it’s a Smackdown-exclusive PPV and hence the blue brand will be gearing for it, tonight.
The final lineups for this Sunday’s PPV will be happening on tonight’s show as Smackdown will come live on the USA Network. The show will take place at the Key Arena in Seattle, Washington.
It will be streaming live on Ten 2 Network from 6.30 AM following with the Talking Smack show on 9.30 AM. The repeat telecast will go on the air on Ten 1 Network at 5 PM and 10 PM, tomorrow.
The six participants for the Elimination Chamber match were finalized last week. We will be seeing a blockbuster main event between the champion and the Royal Rumble winner, Randy Orton.
These two have been part of some brutal matches over the years but they share some great chemistry between them and we can’t wait to see them putting up yet another classic.
The remaining participants of the Chamber match should interfere into the contest making it a disqualified contest.
This would help to gain each of them to pick up some momentum before going into the huge WWE championship match on this Sunday.
This would also mark a monumental occasion for the Smackdown women’s division as we might be seeing three separate matches from them in the Elimination Chamber PPV.
There’s a fresh feud brewing between Alexa Bliss and Naomi and the title match has been official last week. We will see how does Naomi carry on the momentum heading towards the title match?
Plus, the rivalry between Nikki Bella and Natalya has reached to the boiling point and this will be the final time that these two might engage into a brawl before Sunday’s much-anticipated match at Nikki’s home-state.
Becky Lynch has yet to receive a singles match against Mickie James ever since the backstabbing happened. This match should be made official, tonight to happen at the Chamber PPV.
The tag team champions have finally got some challenges on their way after defending it against the Wyatts almost a month ago.
The young bucks will love it to prove their dominance as the reigning champs prior to this Sunday.