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Bodeen’s Top 10 Elimination Chamber Line Ups

Check out these WWE Elimination Chamber line-ups–did your favorite make Bodeen’s Top 10 list?



Check out these WWE Elimination Chamber line-ups–did your favorite make Bodeen’s Top 10 list?

The Elimination Chamber has continued to provide fans with great entertainment every week. While a large portion of fans do not like the idea of the Elimination Chamber being a gimmick PPV, there is no denying that there have been some great Elimination Chamber matches over the years. A large part of what makes these matches exciting to watch is the names involved in these matches and the roles wrestlers fill in the match, these roles can include a big man dominating the match or a heel staying out of harm’s way. With the Elimination Chamber just around the corner let’s look at the top 10 greatest Elimination Chamber match lineups. Please note that match quality has little to do with this list with the main focus of this list being the names involved in the match.

10. Edge vs. Drew McIntyre vs. Rey Mysterio vs. Kane vs. Wade Barrett vs. The Big Show 

The 2011 Elimination Chamber PPV would start off with an Elimination Chamber match featuring a mix of veterans, current stars and younger stars. In a match lineup that allowed each name to fill their role perfectly, with Rey Mysterio doing a great job of playing the role of underdog babyface as he lasted throughout the whole match entering at number 1.

The World Heavyweight Champion at the time, Edge would also have a great showing as he lied in wait throughout the match, patiently waiting for his opportunity to strike. This would lead to him eliminating Kane after a spear, leaving just Rey Mysterio and Edge left.

Edge and Rey would trade near falls in a great closing sequence, with Edge eventually retaining the World Heavyweight Championship after Edge speared Mysterio in midair.

9. John Cena vs. Sheamus vs. CM Punk vs. Randy Orton vs. John Morrison vs. R-Truth  

The 2011 edition of the Elimination Chamber PPV would also feature another great match with a strong list of names, with the only real weak name being R-Truth. The match would start off with John Morrison and Sheamus squaring off before Randy Orton would enter at number 3.

CM Punk would enter at number 4 only to be attacked by his future WrestleMania opponent Randy Orton, with Orton eliminating Punk, only for the infamous Anonymous RAW general manager to put Punk back in the match with Punk getting revenge on Orton by eliminating him.

This led to the final 2 being John Cena and CM Punk, in a moment that would foreshadow their legendary feud, both men would push each other to the limit, with Cena beating Punk after an Attitude Adjustment on the floor.

8. John Cena vs. Kurt Angle vs. Carlito vs. Chris Masters vs. Shawn Michaels vs. Kane

While Edge cashing the Money In The Bank briefcase may be the moment of the night everyone still talks about, it’s hard to forget just how much talent was in the New Year’s Revolution Elimination Chamber match, with this match having some of the biggest names of the ruthless aggression era.

Shawn Micheals and John Cena would start off the match with Carlito entering a number 3. Kurt Angle would come in a number 4, surplexing everyone in one of the greatest chamber moments of all time. Kane would also show his dominance, leading Carlito and Chris Masters teaming up.

Carlito and Masters would continue to team up leaving them with a 2 on 1 advantage against Cena. Masters would apply the Masterlock only for Carlito to betray Masters by hitting a low blow and eliminating him with a roll-up leading to Cena rolling up Carlito for the win.

7. Randy Orton vs. Daniel Bryan vs. John Cena vs. Cesaro vs. Christian vs. Sheamus 

The 2014 edition of the Elimination Chamber would feature the best of the mid-card from WWE at the time with 2 of the biggest names in WWE with Randy Orton and John Cena being in the match, in a match that did a great job in building up the feud with Daniel Bryan and the authority, as well as being the start of a short push for Cesaro.

Cesaro would show his underrated talent starting the match with Sheamus. Cesaro would impress on the big stage, staying in the match until he was eventually eliminated by John Cena, who would later be eliminated after The Wyatt Family interfered.

This would lead to rivals, Daniel Bryan and Randy Orton to face off in the final 2, where Kane chokeslammed Daniel Bryan to give Orton the win.

6. Bray Wyatt vs. John Cena vs. AJ Styles vs. The Miz vs. Dean Ambrose vs. Baron Corbin 

One part of the Elimination Chamber that is great to see, is when current feuds are brought inside the chamber. Fans would see this in the 2017 edition of the Elimination Chamber as the main focus was on a current feud between AJ Styles and WWE Champion John Cena.

Cena and AJ would start off the match, showing how well both men work together. Baron Corbin would be the first man eliminated after Dean Ambrose rolled him up. This would lead to Baron attacking Ambrose, giving The Miz the perfect opportunity to eliminate him.

After Cena eliminated Miz, Cena and AJ would continue their feud, giving Bray Wyatt a chance to eliminate John Cena. Styles would later try to hit the Phenomenal Forearm, only for Bray to catch him and hit the Sister Abigal for the surprise win.

5. Daniel Bryan  vs. Kofi Kingston vs. Randy Orton vs. AJ Styles vs. Jeff Hardy vs. Samoa Joe 

In a match that would lead to the amazing push of Kofi Kingston, the 2018 edition of the Elimination Chamber would see some of WWE’s biggest names as like Randy Orton and Jeff Hardy, as well as some of the biggest name established outside from WWE like AJ Styles and Samoa Joe.

Daniel Bryan and Samoa Joe would be the first 2 men in the match, with Joe toying with Bryan. Kofi would come in next for a huge pop with AJ Styles entering the match next, hitting long time rival Samoa Joe with a Phenomenal Forearm to eliminate him.

In one of the most exciting final 2 showdowns in history, Daniel Bryan and Kofi Kingston would trade near falls, ending after Kofi got hit by a running knee, in a match that would be the start of KofiMania.

4. Edge vs. The Big Show vs. Jeff Hardy vs. Vladimir Kozlov vs. The Undertaker vs. Triple H 

Apart from Vladimir Kozlov, the No Way Out PPV in 2009 would feature some of the biggest names in the history of WWE, with countless years of experience being in this match. Edge and Jeff Hardy would start the match only for Edge to be eliminated early in the match after Jeff Hardy performed a small package on Edge

After The Undertaker eliminated Vladimir Kozlov Undertaker, Triple H and Jeff Hardy would all team up on the Big Show, with Hardy doing a Swanton bomb after a chamber pod to eliminate The Big Show in a moment that is still played on highlight packages today.

Hardy would later be eliminated after The Undertaker hit him with the Tombstone Piledriver, leaving just Triple H and The Undertaker left. After both men traded nearfalls Triple H would the Pedigree on The Undertaker to win the WWE Championship.

3. Triple H vs. Booker T vs. Chris Jericho vs. Kane vs. Shawn Michaels vs. Rob Van Dam 

The original and to some people the best. The first-ever Elimination Chamber was under a lot of pressure to deliver, especially with it being so different at the time. Luckily the match was stacked with all 6 men involved hall of fame material. All 6 men would also do a great job in showing the roles that we see in Chamber matches today as Kane dominated while Chris Jericho and Triple H, played their roles as heels, teaming up throughout the match.

Triple H and Rob Van Dam would start off the match, delivering under the immense pressure of setting the pace for the chamber matches. Jericho and Booker T would later enter the match, with Booker T eliminating Rob Van Dam after Rob Van Dam would hit a frog splash from the chamber pod on Triple H. Booker T would then be eliminated by Jericho, leaving Kane to dominate Triple H and Jericho.

Fan-favorite Shawn Micheals would then enter the match, helping Triple H and Jericho eliminate Kane. Micheals would then eliminate Jericho with Sweet Chin Music, despite Jericho having the Liontamer on Triple H. Micheals and Triple H would renew their feud with Micheals hitting Triple H with Sweet Chin Music to win the first-ever Elimination Chamber match and the World Heavyweight Championship.

2. Triple H vs. Goldberg vs. Chris Jericho vs. Shawn Michaels vs. Kevin Nash vs. Randy Orton 

Despite this match having some of the biggest names in WWE history, the real story heading into this match was the dominance of Goldberg and what felt like his inevitable path to beating Triple H to win the World Heavyweight Championship. Before Goldberg would dominate the match Shawn Micheals and Chris Jericho would start the match in a great sequence with both men matching each other’s skills.

Kevin Nash and Randy Orton would enter next, with Nash being the first man eliminated after Micheals hit him with Sweet Chin Music. Triple H would then enter next only to be hit with Sweet Chin Music sending him back into his pod. This would leave Goldberg to enter last, who would eliminate Orton, Jericho and Micheals in a short space of time, leaving just him and Triple H left.

Goldberg would then get into position to hit a spear on the World Heavyweight Champion only for Triple H to hit Goldberg with a sledgehammer to retain the title leading to a finish that is still debated to this day.

1. Batista vs. Chris Benoit vs. Edge vs. Chris Jericho vs. Randy Orton vs. Triple H with Shawn Micheals as special guest referee 

If having 6 of the best involved in this match wasn’t enough, WWE would take things a step further and put Shawn Micheals in the match as a special guest referee, with Micheals having a history with nearly everyone involved in this match stacked with talent.

Technical masters Chris Benoit and Chris Jericho would start the match and would do a good job in building up the chaos that we see in chamber matches. Edge and Triple H would enter next, with Edge being the first eliminated after Micheals hit Sweet Chin Music.

Batista would dominate the match eliminating Jericho and Benoit only to be eliminated by Orton, leaving former Evolution teammates Triple H and Randy Orton left, with Triple H winning after Batista came in and cost Orton the match.

These are my favorite elimination chamber line-ups. What are some of yours and how do you think this year’s line-up measures up to the ones on this list? Let us know in the comments below.


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King’s WrestleMania Rewind: Eddie Guerrero vs. Rey Mysterio (WrestleMania 21)

In the next WrestleMania Rewind, Chris King takes us back to WWE WrestleMania 21, and Rey Mysterio vs Eddie Guerrero in a battle of tag team champions!



Eddie Guerrero WWE WrestleMania 21

In the next WrestleMania Rewind, Chris King takes us back to WWE WrestleMania 21, and Rey Mysterio vs Eddie Guerrero in a battle of tag team champions!

Chris King is back with his third edition of WrestleMania Rewind. This week he’s bringing us back to some ‘Latino Heat.’ We’re rolling back to WrestleMania 21 where Eddie Guerrero faced longtime friend and rival Rey Mysterio.

This would be Guerrero’s last Mania match caused by his unfortunate death. Over on SmackDown, Mysterio and Guerrero would become the tag team champions at No Way Out where they defeated MNM.

Chavo Guerrero would get into the head of Latino Heat by making him believe Mysterio was trying one-up his tag team partner. Chavo went as far as to tell his uncle to stop using the Guerrero name.

Guerrero would finally give in to his nephew’s manipulation and went on to challenge Mysterio to a one-on-one match at WrestleMania 21. I For the first time in history, both tag team champions would face each other. Guerrero vs. Mysterio was the first match on the stacked card. Both partners threw everything at each other including the kitchen sink in a battle of one-up-manship.  In an incredible high-octane match that saw both superstars delivering counter for counter, Mysterio pulled off the win with a surprise pin roll up.

A few months later, what once was a friendly battle turned into a nasty fight involving the custody of Mysterio’s real-life son Dominik Mysterio. After several torturous weeks, both former tag team champions would face off in a ladder match with the custody of Dominick on the line. I forgot how amazing this rivalry was and it’s definitely worth a watch. Sadly, we would lose Latino Heat in November of 2005. There will never be another Eddie Guerrero. Viva La Raza!

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King’s WrestleMania Rewind: Stone Cold VS. Scott Hall (WrestleMania X8)

Chris King is back with another WrestleMania Rewind, looking at the NWO’s Scott Hall battling Stone Cold Steve Austin at WWE WrestleMania X8 from Toronto!



Steve Austin Scott Hall WrestleMania X8

Chris King is back with another WrestleMania Rewind, looking at the NWO’s Scott Hall battling Stone Cold Steve Austin at WWE WrestleMania X8 from Toronto!

Chris King is back this week with another edition of WrestleMania Rewind, where he is rewatching all the past Mania matches and feuds. This week you’re in for a treat as we look back at ‘Stone Cold’ Steve Austin vs. Scott Hall at WrestleMania X8.

In late 2001, Vince McMahon bought out his competition WCW and acquired the rights to a plethora of talent including Booker T, Eddie Guerrero, Chris Benoit, and the iconic trio known as NWO. Hulk Hogan; Kevin Nash, and Scott Hall were hell raisers, and what better way to make a name for yourself than take out the two top superstars in the WWE The Rock, and Stone Cold?

The NWO cost Austin his chance at becoming the Undisputed Champion at No Way Out during his match with Chris Jericho. Adding insult to injury, the NWO spray-painted ‘The Texas Rattlesnake’ with their brand logo just like they did in WCW. As you can imagine, Austin was pissed and out for revenge against the group and primarily Scott Hall.

Hall would challenge Stone Cold to a match at WrestleMania 18. Both superstars beat the living hell out of each other leading up to this highly-anticipated match for who runs the WWE.

The glass broke and Stone Cold made his iconic entrance, and black and white NWO covered Halls’ entrance alongside Kevin Nash. With the odds stacked against ‘The Toughest S.O.B’ could Austin or NWO prove their dominance? Sadly the NWO  broke up that very night when Hulk Hogan came to the aid of his adversary The Rock after their ‘iconic’ dream match. Stone Cold would ensure the victory with the Stunner. Hall would perform an Oscar-worthy sell over the finisher.

What a time to be a wrestling fan in the 2000s when nothing was impossible for WWE. Who would’ve thought WCW would go out of business and Hogan would make his long-awaited return to WWE?

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