Elimination Chamber 2013

|Date: February 17, 2013
|Venue: New Orleans Arena |City: New Orleans, Louisiana
|Attendance: 13,000 |Buys: 213,000

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Elimination Chamber returns tonight and there will be one Elimination Chamber match tonight to decide who will challenge for the World Heavyweight Championship at Wrestlemania. Booker T took it upon himself to decide who would be in the Elimination Chamber match based on who put on good performances on the road to the pay pew view. Randy Orton was the first man to qualify after he impressed Booker T by beating Wade Barrett. Daniel Bryan would qualify after beating Rey Mysterio and Jack Swagger returned and beat Zack Ryder to qualify. Chris Jericho qualified after beating Daniel Bryan, Mark Henry qualified by beating Randy Orton and Kane qualified after he beat Dolph Ziggler. So tonight’s match will feature Randy Orton, Daniel Bryan, Mark Henry, Chris Jericho, Jack Swagger and Kane.

The WWE Championship is set to be defended in a rematch from the Royal Rumble. CM Punk is still claiming to be champion and has even stole the title belt from The Rock. Punk has been kind enough to grant The Rock a rematch for the title and the two men go one on one tonight with the winner going on to Wrestlemania to face the winner of the Royal Rumble, John Cena. Paul Heyman has even successfully negotiated the added stipulation that if The Rock loses the match by count out or disqualification then he will also lose the title. The World Heavyweight Championship will also be defended in a Royal Rumble match as Alberto Del Rio defends against The Big Show. Del Rio is yet to beat Big Show by pinfall and Big Show says that he can’t do it.

There’s a big six man tag team match in store after repeated attacks from The Shield. John Cena, Ryback and Sheamus, the three biggest babyfaces in the WWE, team up to try and take down the undefeated Shield. Also tonight the Divas Championship will be on the line as Kaitlyn takes on Tamina. It’s a depleted Divas division after 9 of the last 10 people released by the WWE have been divas. Eve, Beth Phoenix, Maxine, Kharma, The Bella Twins, Kelly Kelly, Maryse and Gail Kim have all gone in the last 18 months. Also tonight expect a WWE United States Championship match between Cesaro and the man he swung into the barricade repeatedly, injuring his shoulder, The Miz.

On the pre-show Brodus Clay and Tensai defeated Cody Rhodes and Damien Sandow.

The show kicks off with a video package that has some really nice graphics. Big fan of the New York Wrestlemania logo in the background of the bridge signifying the road to Wrestlemania. The package focuses on the Elimination Chamber match, the six man tag team match and then the WWE Championship match.

Michael Cole welcomes us to New Orleans.

Alberto Del Rio (c) vs. The Big Show – World Heavyweight Championship match

This is the third pay per view match between these two men, Alberto Del Rio has won the previous two. Alberto is 1-0 at Elimination Chamber events, Big Show is 0-2. Big Show goes right to work on Del Rio, hitting him with right hands and although Alberto hits a few of his own Big Show takes the advantage with some big chops. Big Show hits a powerslam and then chokes Del Rio on the middle rope. Del Rio hits some headbutts and then works the left leg on Big Show to take him down to the mat. Alberto hits some kicks for a two count and then looks for a cross arm breaker but Big Show counters and hits him with a spear for the first near fall of the night. Big Show hits a clothesline and screams at Ricardo Rodriguez. Del Rio hits some kicks but runs into the Big Show’s boot. Big Show hits a Vader bomb for a near fall. Del Rio then locks on the cross-arm breaker out of nowhere and Rodriguez pulls the bottom rope away from Big Show but the big man gets his foot to it.

Alberto Del Rio looks for a tornado DDT but Big Show catches him and locks on a bear hug. Big Show breaks the hold and throws Ricardo Rodriguez’s bucket before attempting a powerbomb on Del Rio but Alberto counters with a hurricanrana sending Big Show out of the ring and then hits him with a suicide dive. Back in the ring and Del Rio hits a seated senton for a two count. Big Show hits a chokeslam for a near fall and then motions for a KO punch but Del Rio rolls out of the ring. Big Show pulls him back into the ring and then looks for a chokeslam but Del Rio counters, looking for a sunset flip but he can’t get Big Show over. Big Show looks for a chokeslam but Del Rio counters with a DDT for a near fall. Del Rio hits a running enzeguri in the corner for a near fall and then locks the cross-arm breaker again. Big Show manages to pick Del Rio up and slam him into the mat resulting in both men being down.

Big Show motions for a KO punch and then spots Ricardo Rodriguez on the apron so kicks him off. Big Show picks up the bucket but Del Rio kicks it into Big Show’s face! Del Rio hits another running enzeguri and then locks on the cross-arm breaker again! Big Show taps out! Alberto Del Rio retains the World Heavyweight Championship tonight!

Rating: 5.75/10

Antonio Cesaro (c) vs. The Miz – United States Championship match

This is a first time PPV match between these two men, although Cesaro did beat Miz on the Royal Rumble pre-show last month. The Miz is 2-1 at Elimination Chamber PPV’s whilst Cesaro makes his debut at the event tonight. The Miz is heavily bandaged up after Cesaro swung him into the barricade multiple times last week. Miz hits some jabs in the early going and a reverse elbow before rolling Cesaro up for a two count. Cesaro counters a hiptoss and works the injured arm of Miz. Miz hits a running knee lift but Cesaro hits a nice shoulder breaker. You don’t see many of those shoulder breakers these days. Cesaro looks for a wristlock but Miz blocks. Miz hits a knee to the gut and a running kick for a two count. This is a fifth PPV title defence for Cesaro who has held the belt since Summerslam. Cesaro hits some knees and a legdrop to the injured arm of Miz before locking on a short arm scissor.

Miz gets out of the hold but Cesaro takes him down with a clothesline for a two count. Cesaro goes back to work on the left arm and shoulder before applying an armbar. Miz gets out of it and hits a big boot before stomping Cesaro down in the corner. Miz hits his trademark corner clothesline and then goes to the top for a double axe handle but Cesaro counters, locking on another armbar. Miz counters and rolls Cesaro up for a two count. Miz then back body drops Cesaro out of the ring and then flies out with a cross body but Cesaro catches him and looks to ram Miz into the ringpost but Miz counters and shoves Cesaro into the ring steps. Back in the ring and Miz hits a chopblock and a dragon screw leg whip. Miz hits a DDT for a near fall and then a low dropkick. Cesaro’s only PPV loss came in the Royal Rumble match last month. Miz looks for the figure four leglock which has been bestowed on him by Ric Flair. Cesaro manages to kick Miz’s leg away and as a result Miz knee’s Cesaro in the crown jewels! The referee calls for the bell! It’s a disqualification win for Cesaro!

The crowd boo that result. After the match Miz intentionally low blows Cesaro!

Rating: 5/10

Kane and Daniel Bryan are backstage. Kane isn’t happy that Daniel Bryan eliminated him in the Royal rumble. Bryan suggests that they watch each others back in the Elimination Chamber. They hug. Kane says that Bryan should watch Kane’s back and Kane will watch Kane’s back.

Randy Orton vs. Daniel Bryan vs. Kane vs. Chris Jericho vs. Mark Henry vs. Jack Swagger – Elimination Chamber match to determine the number one contender to the World Heavyweight Championship

As Elimination Chamber PPV records go, Randy Orton is 0-2, Daniel Bryan is 1-0, Kane is 0-3, Chris Jericho is 1-1, Mark Henry makes his Elimination Chamber PPV debut and Jack Swagger is 1-0. Swagger has new militant music and a new manager is Zeb Colter. Colter gets on the mic before the match and says that a new Jack Swagger America is coming, We The People. Swagger, Kane, Mark Henry and Randy Orton are the first four out which means Daniel Bryan and Chris Jericho start the match. Bryan starts with a headlock and then takes Jericho down. Jericho hits a couple of arm drags and headlock takedowns. Jericho tries to lock the walls of Jericho on early but Bryan counters, attempting the no lock but Jericho counters. Bryan hits some kicks in the corner but runs into the boot of Jericho. The two men battle to the outside where Jericho slingshots Bryan into the chains. Back in the ring and Jericho hits a side suplex for a one count.

Jack Swagger enters the match. The Real American. He takes Jericho down and splashes him in the corner before hitting a Vader bomb for a two count. Swagger then rams Bryan into the chain before missing with a splash. Or maybe he hit him. Jericho drops Swagger with a dropkick and then hits him with right hands and kicks. Jericho misses with a splash in the corner. Only three men have won more than one Elimination Chamber match, Triple H, (4), John Cena (3) and Edge (2). Good statistic there Cole. Swagger lays into Jericho who is looking to win his second Elimination Chamber match tonight. Bryan goes to the top but Jericho avoids a headbutt and pins Bryan for a two count. Jericho chokes Bryan on the middle rope.

Kane enters the match. Kane knocks Jericho down and then crushes Jericho and Swagger in the corner. Kane then throws Daniel Bryan into them as they work as a team. Kane throws Swagger out of the ring and Bryan rolls Kane up, not even getting a one count! Kane stares at Bryan who apologises. Bryan wants a hug but Kane shakes his head. The two men then get into it! Bryan hits a running dropkick and then some kicks. Kane looks for a chokeslam but Bryan counters. Kane hits a sidewalk slam for a two count and then heads to the top but Bryan crotches him and looks for a superplex. Jericho gets involved and puts Bryan on his shoulders and Kane leaps off with a big clothesline. Swagger pins Bryan for a two count and then goes back to work on Kane. Swagger looks for a suplex but Kane counters with one of his own. Jericho then hits Swagger with a dropkick.

Randy Orton enters the match. Orton takes shots at Swagger and Jericho before clotheslining Swagger out of the ring. Kane hits Orton with an uppercut but Randy hits Kane with a dropkick. Orton hits a springboard suplex on Bryan but Kane then looks to chokeslam Orton but Randy counters and smashes Kane off the chainlink. Orton hits a hangmans DDT on Kane outside on the steel. Orton lays into Swagger as Jericho hits Bryan with right hands. Orton and Jericho then hit superplexes on Swagger and Bryan and everybody is down.

Mark Henry enters the match. Henry hits everyone with headbutts and right hands, taking down everyone in sight. He hits Bryan with the World’s Strongest Slam and pins him for the three! Daniel Bryan has been eliminated. Henry then throws Orton through one of the pods. Kane and Mark Henry face off and slug it out. Kane avoids a splash in the corner and hits a couple of clotheslines before heading to the top and looking for a clothesline but Mark Henry catches him and hits the World’s Strongest Slam to beat Kane! Kane has been eliminated. Henry turns his attention to Chris Jericho but Jericho and Swagger double team Henry, smashing him into the chainlink and suplexing him on the outside. Jericho clothesline Swagger back into the ring and then hits a cross body for a two count. Swagger hits a big boot on Jericho and then looks for the Swagger bomb but Jericho counters and tries to lock on the walls of Jericho which Swagger counters.

Jericho hits a bulldog on Swagger and then looks for the lionsault but Mark Henry grabs him and launches Jericho into the chainlink. Henry picks Jericho and throws him into Swagger. Henry slowly lays into Jack Swagger and Chris Jericho before stacking them up and going up to the second rope to be the third man tonight to have hit a Vader bomb but both men move out of the way. Swagger hits a running boot on Henry and Jericho hits a codebreaker. Orton then hits an RKO on Henry and pins him for the three! Mark Henry has been eliminated. Mark Henry gets somewhat of an ovation. He leaves but then comes back and hits Swagger with a World’s Strongest Slam before doing the same to Orton and then Jericho! Referee’s as well as Booker T and Teddy Long come out to get Mark Henry to the back. The three men left in the match are all down. Swagger crawls over and pins Orton for a near fall. Swagger then takes shots at both men before Jericho and Orton double team Swagger, sending him crashing into the ringpost.

Orton and Jericho slug it out with Orton winning the exchange with clotheslines. Orton sends Jericho out of the ring but Jericho heads to the top. Orton hits Jericho with a dropkick for a two count. Orton hits Swagger with a powerslam and then hits Jericho with a powerslam. Randy looks for a hangmans DDT on Swagger but Jericho hits Orton with a springboard dropkick for a near fall. Swagger counters a codebreaker and hits Jericho with a belly to belly for a near fall. Swagger locks an ankle lock on Orton but Jericho hits Swagger with an enzeguri. Swagger then locks the ankle lock on Jericho who rolls though and locks on the walls of Jericho! Orton breaks the hold and hits Jericho with a backbreaker for a near fall. Orton disposes of Swagger and then hits the hangmans DDT on both Jericho and Swagger. Jericho counters an RKO and looks for a lionsault but Orton gets his knees up. Randy then hits an RKO on Jericho and pins him for the three! Chris Jericho has been eliminated.

Jack Swagger then rolls Orton up and gets the three! Jack Swagger wins the match and goes to Wrestlemania to face Alberto Del Rio! A huge win for Swagger who has just returned.

Rating: 7/10

There’s a video package next for the big six man tag team match up next.

John Cena, Sheamus & Ryback vs. The Shield (Dean Ambrose, Seth Rollins & Roman Reigns)

This is a first time 6 man tag match between these two teams. Ryback was on the team that lost to The Shield at TLC. The Shield are only wrestling their second match in the WWE, they won their first at TLC. John Cena has a 3-0 record at Elimination Chamber PPV’s, Sheamus is 0-2 and Ryback makes his debut at this event tonight. The match gets underway as The Shield make their entrance. Cena and Rollins pair off, Sheamus and Ambrose and Ryback lays into Reigns. Sheamus, Cena and Ryback all suplex their opponents in the ring. The match officially begins with Sheamus and Dean Ambrose. Sheamus, Cena and Ryback were the final three in the Royal Rumble match last month. Sheamus hits Ambrose with a shoulder charge, a running knee lift and then ten big clubbing blows on the chest. Sheamus dives out at Rollins and then rolls Ambrose back into the ring.

Sheamus and Reigns have a staredown which distracts Sheamus long enough for Ambrose to boot Sheamus off the apron. Ambrose then tags in Roman Reigns who clotheslines Sheamus before throwing him back into the ring and beating him down. Reigns tags in Rollins who hits a running dropkick and pins Sheamus for a two count. Rollins then applies a body scissors before tagging Ambrose back in. Sheamus hits Ambrose with a running boot, not quite a brogue kick. Ambrose tags in Reigns and Sheamus tags in Cena who comes in with two shoulder charges, a side slam and a five knuckle shuffle. Cena tries to set up for the attitude adjustment but in comes Ambrose who Cena disposes of. Cena then locks on the STF but Ambrose breaks it up. Rollins then hits Cena with a knee drop off the top rope and Reigns pins Cena for a near fall. Reigns hits a headbutt and a hard Irish whip.

Reigns tags in Ambrose who hits right hands, knees and stomps on Cena to keep him grounded. Ambrose tags in Rollins who hits some right hands. Cena fights him off and lays out Ambrose and Reigns with right hands but turns around into a dropkick from Rollins. Rollins hits Cena with a splash in the corner and then tags in Ambrose who hits a headbutt and slaps Cena. Ambrose tags in Rollins and there are some nice double team moves from all three men. Reigns makes the cover which Sheamus breaks up. A “feed me more” chant breaks out as Reigns his a Samoan drop on Cena for a two count. Reigns applies a chinlock which keeps Cena from making a tag. Cena breaks the hold and hits a side suplex but Reigns knocks him down with a clothesline for a two count. Reigns tags in Ambrose who hits more right hands and a neckbreaker for a two count. Ambrose then applies a headscissors but Cena stands up with Ambrose on his shoulders. Ambrose hops down and hits a DDT for a two count.

Cena back body drops Ambrose out of the ring and tags in Ryback. Ambrose tags in Rollins but Ryback takes apart all three members of The Shield, powerbombing Rollins and then launching Ambrose into Rollins. Reigns attacks Ryback from behind but Sheamus disposes of him. Sheamus and Ambrose then battle to the outside but Reigns spears Sheamus through the barricade. Rollins goes to the top but Ryback catches him. Ambrose attacks Ryback and it’s then three on one against Ryback. Reigns motions for a powerbomb but Cena drags him out of the ring. Cena then hits Ambrose with an attitude adjustment. Reigns spears Ryback and Rollins pins him for the three! It’s a huge win for The Shield, beating the three biggest babyfaces in the company!

Rating: 7.5/10

Dolph Ziggler, AJ Lee and Big E Langston are out next. Ziggler takes a shot at Swagger for returning and getting a Wrestlemania main event spot. Ziggler says that he always steals the show but is quickly interrupted by Booker T. Booker says that he knows a man that can do everything that Dolph can and a little bit more. And he is Zigglers opponent right now.

Kofi Kingston vs. Dolph Ziggler

These two men have wrestled three times on pay per view before. Dolph has won twice and they drew the other. Kofi is 0-3 at Elimination Chamber events and Dolph is 0-1. Ziggler starts the match with a headlock takeover and we get some nice chain wrestling between the two. Kofi hits a big monkey flip but Ziggler sidesteps a shoulder charge and Kofi hits ringpost. Dolph hits a dropkick for a two count and then applies a chinlock. There’s some more nice action between the two resulting in Ziggler locking on a sleeper. Kofi drops Ziggler out of the ring where Big E helps Ziggler up., Kofi hits a suicide dive on Big E who doesn’t even fall down. Big E distracts the referee and AJ slaps Kofi. Dolph then hits trouble in paradise on Ziggler but AJ pulls Dolph out of the ring. Kofi then dives out of the ring again and again hits Big E.

Back in the ring and Kofi hits a springboard cross body for a two count. Kingston heads to the top but Dolph goes up with him and drops Kofi on the top rope! Ziggler then hits a zigzag and that’s enough for the three! Dolph beats Kofi in a random throwaway match. Given time this could’ve been great but it wasn’t bad as it was. Big E then returns to the ring and lays out Kingston.

Rating: 4.5/10

The commentators have some banter about Michael Cole’s screensaver.

We’re shown the finish from the match on the pre-show with Brodus Clay and Tensai beating Team Rhodes Scholars.

Brodus Clay, Naomi and Cameron are backstage playing with wrestling figures. Tensai turns up and doesn’t like being called Sweet T.

Kaitlyn (c) vs. Tamina – WWE Divas Championship

This is a first time PPV match between these two girls. Kaitlyn makes her Elimination Chamber PPV debut tonight whilst Tamina actually wrestled at last years event against Beth Phoenix for the Divas Championship. She lost. Tamina looks completely different with her hair done like this. Kaitlyn takes Tamina down in the early going and then hits a suplex before rolling the challenger up for a one count. Kaitlyn hits a backslide for another one count and then dropkicks Tamina out of the ring. Layla, Natalya, Rosa Mendes, Cameron and Naomi are watching backstage. Tamina smashes Kaitlyn off the ringpost and then rolls the Divas Champion back into the ring. The two girls exchange kicks and Tamina gets a two count. Tamina hits a Samoan drop and then heads to the top but Kaitlyn gets out of the way of a splash and then hits a spear for the three. Kaitlyn retains the Divas Championship. The crowd were dead.

Rating: 3/10

There’s a video package showing the recent history between CM Punk and The Rock.

The Rock (c) vs. CM Punk – WWE Championship match

This is a second match between these two men, The Rock beat CM Punk at The Royal Rumble last month. It’s an Elimination Chamber PPV debut for The Rock whilst CM Punk is 1-2 at the event. CM Punk comes out with not only Paul Heyman but also the WWE Championship belt that he stole form The Rock last week. The bell rings and CM Punk swings a few kicks at The Rock and misses. Punk locks on a headlock which The Rock escapes but Punk knocks down The Rock with a shoulder charge. Punk hits another couple of knockdowns but The Rock hits a couple of arm drags. Punk rolls out of the ring and regroups with Paul Heyman. Back in the ring and the two men face off. Punk slaps The Rock which fires up the WWE Champion. Rock hits a few right hands but is careful not to get disqualified. Punk spits a mouthful in The Rocks face. Rock hits a big clothesline and then throws Punk out of the ring.

The Rock follows Punk out of the ring, throws him into the barricade and then knocks him down with a clothesline. Rocky smashes Punk off the announce desk but Punk rakes his opponents eyes and then rolls into the ring. Rock follows but Punk knocks him down with a clothesline and then hits a neckbreaker for a one count. Punk applies a chinlock and then rams The Rocks head off the mat before hitting a couple of elbow drops for a two count and then going back to the chinlock. The Rock breaks the hold with right hands but runs into a dropkick. Punk gets the first two count of the night and then hits a suplex for another two count. Punk goes back to the chinlock which again The Rock breaks up with right hands. Punk hits a big boot and then a springboard clothesline for a near fall. Punk goes back to the chinlock but again The Rock breaks it up. Punk hits a high knee in the corner and then a running high knee and a short arm clothesline.

CM Punk heads to the top and hits a diving elbow drop for a near fall. Punk throws The Rock out of the ring and takes apart the Spanish announce desk. The Rock gets up a beats Punks head off the announce desk before throwing him back into the ring and motioning for a Rock Bottom but CM Punk counters it with a kick to the head for a near fall. Punk throws The Rock out of the ring again and then tells Heyman to distract the referee which he does. Punk then Rock Bottoms CM Punk into the Spanish announce desk and the desk doesn’t give way. The opposite to what happened in their match at the Royal Rumble. CM Punk would win the WWE Championship if The Rock is counted out but he beats the count. Punk hits some right hands and then blows a kiss to The Rocks mum. The Rock hits a Samoan drop and then a big right hand. The two men slug it out resulting in The Rock hitting a big clothesline and a DDT.

The Rock motions for Rock Bottom but again Punk counters with elbows. Punk looks for a springboard elbow but Rocky catches him and hits Rock Bottom! He hooks the leg but Punk kicks out at the last moment. Punk whips The Rock into the referee sending the referee flying to the outside. Punk hits go to sleep but there is no referee! Another referee comes down and Punk looks for another go to sleep but Rocky counters and hits a spinebuster and the people’s elbow! He hooks the leg but Punk kicks out! The Rock then knocks Punk into the second official, twisting the referee’s ankle! Punk kicks Rock in the face and then asks Heyman for the WWE Championship belt which Paul hands over. Heyman picks up The Rock and Punk swings the WWE Championship but predictably The Rock moves and Punk hits Heyman! The Rock hits Rock Bottom and hooks the leg, the original referee gets in the ring and counts the three! The Rock wins the match and retains the WWE Championship! Great match between these two.

Rating: 7.75/10

And that was Elimination Chamber 2013. It was an up and down show which started pretty averagely, then got really good, then really bad and then finished well. The show kicked off with the World Heavyweight Championship match which was decent but not as good as their match at the Royal Rumble. Del Rio won by submission which was a big win. I think this takes The Big Show out of the World Heavyweight Championship picture for a while. Del Rio is having a good run as a face but I’m not buying it for the long run. Ricardo Rodriguez is likeable in this role but Del Rio isn’t so much. He goes on to Wrestlemania as champion. Cesaro then beat The Miz by disqualification to retain the United States Championship. I’ve not seen a finish like this before, an accidental low blow. This suggests that the feud between these two isn’t over but I’m not convinced it’s got the legs to go all the way to Wrestlemania. I wouldn’t be surprised if this feud was to become a triple threat or even a fatal four way for the biggest show of the year.

The next couple of matches were a lot of fun. It took until all six men were in the match until we got an elimination. Mark Henry then eliminated both tag team champions, could that lead to something at Wrestlemania? A couple of RKO’s helped eliminate Mark Henry and Chris Jericho and then Swagger rolled up Orton on the back of the last fall to win the match. That’s a bit of a shocker if you ask me, I wasn’t expecting Swagger to win and go on to Wrestlemania to face Alberto Del Rio. I like it though, he has a bit of a xenophobe gimmick going on that could work against Alberto Del Rio. I worry that the Americans will cheer Swagger though. Good elimination chamber match. Following that was another good match where The Shield beat John Cena, Sheamus and Ryback. This result surprised me too! That’s a huge win over arguably the three biggest babyfaces in the company. This match was a lot of fun, The Shield are definitely going places but I’m not sure what the long term goal is. This match was a lot of fun though.

Dolph Ziggler then beat Kofi Kingston, two very talented men who generally have great matches when given time. Tonight they weren’t given much time but it gave Ziggler a win. It’s worth having him on these shows just to remind you that is the Money In The Bank holder. Kaitlyn beat Tamina in a nothing match. There was no build, no interest from the crowd and they were given three minutes. The divas division is the worst it’s been in a while as they’ve released all the top stars. No Beth Phoenix, Kelly Kelly, The Bellas, Kharma etc. I can only assume Kaitlyn will defend against AJ at Wrestlemania. The Rock then beat CM Punk to retain the WWE Championship. There was a ref bump which we don’t see much of these days. It was a really good match and honestly The Rock doesn’t look like he’s missed a step. It’ll be Rock and Cena at Wrestlemania but where does this leave CM Punk? Triple threat? We’ll find out soon.

Overall Rating: 57.857 (ranked joint 151st out of 287)

Match Of The Night: The Rock vs. CM Punk
Worst Match Of The Night: Kaitlyn vs. Tamina
Surprise Of The Night: Jack Swagger wins the Elimination Chamber match
Worst Booking Of The Night: The Cesaro/Miz finish
Superstar Of The Night: Jack Swagger
Elimination Chamber 2013 Will Be Remembered For: Jack Swagger winning the Elimination Chamber match

One thought on “Elimination Chamber 2013

  1. In four months time, AJ Lee will save the main roster’s women’s division.

    Meanwhile, on NXT, its women’s division is heating up with the likes of Paige, Sasha Banks, Bayley, and Charlotte Flair.

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