After defeating Brock Lesnar to reclaim the WWE Championship in an epic battle at the Royal Rumble, “The All-Mighty” Bobby Lashley will defend his title against five top competitors in the life-changing Elimination Chamber during The Premium Live Event emanates from the world’s largest Superdome without pillars in Jeddah on the weekend of Feb.19.
Following an announcement, Lesnar was back on Raw in a state of anger over the fact that Universal Champion Roman Reigns interfered in the matchup he was having with Lashley and resulted in him losing his WWE Title. In the end, The Beast demanded to be included in this Elimination Chamber Match as did WWE official Adam Pearce obliged.
In the following show, after Seth “Freakin” Rollins announced his participation in the match because of his performance at Royal Rumble against Reigns, qualifying matches were held to determine the remaining participants of the contest. Austin Theory, Riddle, and AJ Styles were able to win against Kevin Owens, Otis, and Rey Mysterio respectively to earn their seats on the card.
It is expected that the Elimination Chamber Match is set to commence with two Superstars inside the ring as well as four other competitors in their pods. After every five minutes, a pod’s door will open, which allows another participant to join in the fight. The process continues until the entire pod is filled. If the Superstar is pinched or submitted to the ring, the Superstar will be eliminated and must be removed from the Chamber. The final Superstar left is that of the WWE Champion.
Don’t miss the action from WWE Elimination Chamber, presented in conjunction with the General Entertainment Authority and streaming LIVE from Jeddah starting with noon Eastern time and 9 a.m. (PT) on Saturday, February. 19 in the United States on Peacock across The United States and on WWE Network all over the world.
#WWEChampion@fightbobby defends against @BrockLesnar, @WWERollins, @AJStylesOrg, @SuperKingofBros & @austintheory1 inside the Elimination Chamber at #WWEChamber!https://t.co/LhB3IcKskk
— WWE (@WWE) February 1, 2022