WWE Elimination Chamber 2014 The usual kick-ass video package airs to kick-off the pay-per-view portion of tonight's WWE Elimination Chamber 2014 event, which emanates live from Minneapolis, Minnesota. The focus of the video package is strongly centered around the WWE World Heavyweight Championship and Randy Orton, as well as "the face of WWE" stuff involving The Authority, and then the actual Elimination Chamber itself. The video package wraps up and the pyro explodes. Michael Cole welcomes us to the final pay-per-view stop on the road to WrestleMania XXX. He talks about the building in Minneapolis being sold out for tonight's show where we will determine the main event for WrestleMania. The bell rings and it's time to get right to the action. WWE Intercontinental Championship Big E. (c) vs. Jack Swagger (with Zeb Colter) Lilian Garcia announces that our opening contest is one fall and is for the WWE Intercontinental Championship. The Real Americans' theme music hits and out comes Jack Swagger and Zeb Colter. Colter asks for the music to be cut off. He talks about the "E" in "Big E." standing for "enough." He runs down Big E. some more as they make their way down the aisle and to the ring. He finishes with his "we the people" tag-line as we get a glimpse of the commentary team. Cole, JBL and Lawler talk about how ridiculous Colter's comments were as Big E.'s theme music hits. The WWE Intercontinental Champion makes his way to the ring as we are quickly introduced to the Spanish announce team for tonight. We see Colter giving some final advice to Swagger before the bell rings. The bell sounds now and our first PPV match of the evening is officially underway. Big E. muscles Swagger into the corner. The two break. He does it again and this time Swagger blasts Big E. in the mid-section with a big knee. Both guys hit the ropes and Big E. blasts Swagger with a big shoulder tackle. Swagger rolls out to the floor to recover. Colter tells Swagger to "do what we talked about." Swagger rolls back into the ring and starts firing away at Big E. with punches. Big E. reverses Swagger and hits him with a huge belly-to-belly suplex. And another. Big E. whips Swagger into the corner and once again Swagger rolls out to the floor. This time, however, BIg E. follows him out. Big E. bounces Swagger's head into the steel steps. Colter gets in Big E.'s face to distract him. The distraction almost works, but ultimately doesn't as Big E. reversed Swagger's cheap-shot attempt and threw him into the steps. Back in the ring. Swagger eventually starts to mount some offense. Swagger yanks Big E. off the apron and Big E. crashes shoulder-first onto the ground. Back in the ring, Swagger continues to work over Big E. Big E. tries to make a comeback, but when he comes off the ropes, Swagger blasts him with a big boot to the face. Swagger appears to be firmly in control of the I-C champ at this point. Both guys knock each other down and the referee begins his double-count. Swagger makes it back to his feet, as does Big E. Big E. charges after Swagger but Swagger moves and Big E. goes shoulder-first through the turnbuckle and smashes into the ring post. Swagger puts the boots to Big E. as a loud "we the people" chant breaks out. It gains momentum and now everyone in the building seems to be chanting it. Big E. starts fighting back with a couple of kicks. He follows those up with a few big clotheslines. Big E. seems to be gaining momentum until Swagger catches Big E. coming off the ropes with a big spinebuster. Swagger works over Big E. for a couple of seconds, but out of nowhere, Big E. spears Swagger through the ropes and the momentum was so great that both guys went out to the floor. Back in the ring, Big E. hits a big splash on Swagger for a near fall. Big E. goes to the top rope. Swagger cuts him off. Big E. knocks Swagger off. Swagger runs up and in one motion hits a belly-to-belly suplex off the top, ala Kurt Angle. Swagger nails Big E. with a big boot. Swagger locks BIg E. in the Patriot Lock submission hold. Big E. tries to escape but Swagger keeps it on. Finally, Big E. powers out of the hold. With both guys back on their feet, Big E. runs through Swagger. Big E. pulls the straps down, calling for the Big Ending. Before he can do anything, Swagger grabs his leg from the ground and re-applies the Patriot Lock. Big E. eventually escapes again and immediately counters and hits Swagger with his Big Ending finisher. 1-2-3. Big E. wins and retains the WWE Intercontinental Championship. Winner and STILL WWE Intercontinental Champion: Big E. After The Match: Bad News Barrett After the match ends, we see some highlights of what was actually a pretty good little match. As Big E. celebrates in the ring, Bad News Barrett pops up on hs podium. He tells us that he's afraid he's got some bad news for "us Americans." He talks about how Russia has won more gold medals than us in the Olympic games. He says we're going to have to wait for four years to do anything about it. He says Europe proves once again that they have superiority over Americans in sports. Hulk Hogan Return Hype A quick video package airs promoting Hulk Hogan's return to WWE on tomorrow night's RAW. A lot of the media attention his return announcement generated is shown, ending with a plug for his return on RAW. Byron Saxton Interviews Daniel Bryan Backstage, Byron Saxton is with Daniel Bryan. Bryan's shoulder is heavily taped up, as we saw clips from RAW and SmackDown of Kane injuring Bryan's shoulder were just shown. Saxton asks Bryan about tonight's match. Bryan asks a series of questions, all of which end with the answer "Yes!" The fans in the arena are popping and chanting "Yes!" with him. He finishes by leading them in a "Yes!" chant. WWE Tag-Team Championships The New Age Outlaws (c) vs. The Usos "Oh you didn't know?" Road Dogg and Billy Gunn make their way to the ring. Road Dogg does his usual thing on the mic. It's almost time for tonight's WWE Tag-Team Championship match. After Road Dogg finishes up his usual stuff, The Usos music hits and they make their way to the ring. The bell sounds and our second PPV match of the evening is officially underway. Billy Gunn starts things off with Jimmy Uso. Gunn is getting the better of Jimmy early on. Gunn continues to get the better of Jimmy as the fans try and rally behind The Usos with "Us-O" chants. Jimmy starts using his speed and it helps him get the upper-hand on Gunn. The Usos both end up in the ring with Gunn and Road Dogg out on the floor. The Usos run to do their usual dive, but Road Dogg and Gunn cleverly get out of the way. Road Dogg is the legal man for the New Age Outlaws now and Jey Uso immediately starts working him over. Uso mocks Road Dogg's juke-and-jive type punch-spot. Road Dogg ends up taking out the leg of Jey and now The Outlaws are back in control of the offensive flow of the contest. Road Dogg messes with Jimmy on the apron and then mocks them with a strut. Road Dogg throws Jey out to the floor and Gunn beats him up some outside of the ring. Road Dogg tags Gunn back into the match. Road Dogg yells "that's old school, punk!" He screwed up with that one, because as soon as the Minneapolis fans heard the word "punk" they immediately broke out into a defeaning "CM Punk, CM Punk" chant. Meanwhile, Road Dogg is back in the ring as the legal man now and has Uso on the mat in a headlock. Gunn tags back in, but Uso makes the tag to Jimmy. Jimmy Uso takes the hot tag and is now hitting anything that moves. Road Dogg and Gunn join up outside the ring to regain their composure. Jimmy flies over the top and hits a big splash on The Outlaws on the floor. Back in the ring, Uso and Gunn are the legal men. After some interference, Gunn is able to roll Uso up out of nowhere for the pinfall. 1-2-3. The New Age Outlaws retain the gold. Winners and STILL WWE Tag-Team Champions: The New Age Outlaws After The Match: Bad News Barrett Part 2 After the match, Bad News Barrett pops up again. His podium doesn't raise this time, however, leading Barrett to point out that he's down at our level to deliver some bad news to Daniel Bryan fans. He says that Bryan won't be winning the WWE World Heavyweight Championship tonight, and because the fans are fickle fans they'll turn on him and start chanting "No! No! No!" again. They boo him and that's pretty much it for that segment. WWE Network Tutorial The announce team run down another WWE Network tutorial. They have Lawler again demonstrate via his iPad how easy the WWE Network is to navigate. As they're running down the plug, the fans in Minneapolis break out into another "CM Punk, CM Punk" chant. Darren Young vs. Titus O'Neil After the Network tutorial is done, Darren Young's theme music hits. He comes out to pretty much no reaction as video highlights are shown breaking down the history of the Darren Young and Titus O'Neil feud. After the video is finished playing, Titus O'Neil's theme music hits and he makes his way down to the ring. The ref has to hold Young back inside the ring as O'Neil makes his entrance, as Young is ready to get at him. The bell sounds and the two aggressively lock up. The guys struggle in a lock up, pushing and pulling each other all over the ring. The ref breaks them up, but during the break up, O'Neil hits Young with a cheap shot. A loud "we want Lesnar" chant breaks out as O'Neil continues to use his superior power to manhandle Young. Young catches O'Neil with a big right hand out of nowhere, and then follows it up with a dropkick to the legs of O'Neil. Young knocks O'Neil out to the floor and follows him out to continue the beatdown on the floor. Back in the ring, Young comes off the top-rope and nails O'Neil with a flying clothesline for a near fall. O'Neil ends up launching Young out of nowhere over the top rope. O'Neil follows Young out to the floor. He picks him up in a body slam position and smashes him back-first into the ring post a few times. He rolls Young back in the ring and tries to pin him, but Young manages to kick out at two. O'Neil slaps on a bear-hug to Young and is squeezing away at the back he just worked on outside the ring. Young breaks free and climbs to the middle rope. He comes off looking for a cross-body splash, but O'Neil catches him and slams him down. O'Neil puts Young in an abdominal stretch. Young tries fighting his way out of it. O'Neil slams Young back-first into the turnbuckle. A light "we want Ziggler" chant breaks out as both guys knock each other down to the mat. Young is firing up on offense for a comeback, but the crowd is absolutely flat for it. They seem like they couldn't care less about Young for most of this match. Regardles of the crowd being hot for Young's little comeback attempt or not, O'Neil cuts it short. O'Neil simply blasts Young with his Clash Of The Titus finisher. 1-2-3. That's all she wrote. Titus O'Neil wins. Winner: Titus O'Neil After The Match: Bad News Barrett Part 3 Bad News Barrett pops up after the match. He taps on his little podium and tells us that he's afraid he's got some bad news. He said it was announced on Friday that "The Immortal" Hulk Hogan will be returning to WWE and will be hosting WrestleMania XXX. Barrett says his limelight will be dim compared to the charisma and ability of Bad News Barrett. He thanks us very much. Checking In With The Expert Panel After the third Bad News Barrett segment of the evening, we shoot back to the Elimination Chamber expert panel. Mathews introduces each guy individually. They all talk about some of the matches on tonight's card. Mathews wraps up by introducing a video package highlighting the history of The Wyatt Family and Shield feud. That six-man tag-team match is up next. The Shield vs. The Wyatt Family After the video package, The Shield make their way to the ring through the crowd as usual. Out next is The Wyatt Family. When the lights come back on and The Wyatt's are at ringside, the fans immediately break out in a loud "this is awesome" chant before anything even happens. This does feel big, by the way. The Wyatt Family finally enter the ring, where The Shield are standing. All six guys stand across from each other. A loud "let's go Wyatt" and "let's go Shield" dueling chant breaks out. The Shield and The Wyatt Family all clash and the crowd erupts. The Wyatt Family duck out the back door and The Shield stand tall in the ring. As The Wyatt Family stands outside the ring, another incredibly loud "let's go Wyatt's" and "let's go Shield" dueling chant breaks out. Finally the bell rings and Seth Rollins and Erick Rowan start things off. Rollins gets Rowan in The Shield corner and tags in Roman Reigns.Reigns stomps away at Rowan a bit and tags Rollins back in. Rowan ends up rag-dolling Rollins across the ring. He tags Luke Harper in. Luke Harper manhandles Rollins a bit and now he has him in The Wyatt Family corner. Harper tags Bray Wyatt in. Wyatt enters the ring and stomps away at Rollins. Rollins makes it to his corner and tags in Roman Reigns. The crowd explodes as they realize we're about to see Reigns and Wyatt clash in the ring. Reigns slowly approaches Wyatt as Wyatt has a big ass smile on his face. Reigns bullies Wyatt into the corner and starts firing away with punches. Wyatt blasts Reigns back with a big shot of his own. Reigns knocks Wyatt down. Wyatt gets back up and goes back to work on Reigns. Wyatt knocks Reigns down and tags Harper back into the match. Harper grabs Reigns and goes for a suplex. He tries three times to get him up, but Reigns blocks it each time. Reigns counters and nails Harper with a suplex of his own. Reigns tags Dean Ambrose in. Ambrose fires away at Harper with punches in The Shield corner of the ring. Ambrose tags in Rollins. All three members hit a big sopt together. Reigns tags in and beats up Harper for just a second or two before tagging Ambrose back in. Ambrose blasts Harper with a big clothesline for a near fall. Ambrose tags Rollins back in. Rollins headbutts Harper in the mid-section and quickly tags back out. Ambrose takes the tag and he picks up where Rollins left off with Harper. The Shield are utilizing quick tags to keep a fresh guy on a beaten down Harper. Out of nowhere, Harper throws a huge dropkick and floors Ambrose. Harper tags Wyatt back in. Wyatt comes in and goes right to work on Ambrose with punches in the corner. Wyatt beats up Ambrose for a few more seconds and then tags in Rowan. Rowan picks up where Wyatt left off with Ambrose. The Wyatt Family seems to be doing the same thing with Ambrose that The Shield did with Harper a few minutes ago. An insanely loud "let's go Wyatt's" and "let's go Shield" dueling chant breaks out again. The crowd is really, really hot for this big six-man tag-team match. Meanwhile, The Wyatt Family continues to utilize quick-tags to keep fresh guys on a beaten up Ambrose. Harper nails Ambrose with a big suplex for a near fall. Ambrose is finally able to make a tag to Rollins. Rollins comes in and uses his speed to fly all over the place on Harper. Rollins goes to the top-rope. Rowan tries to knock Rollins off but Rollins hits him with a kick from the top rope. The distraction was enough for Harper to go up after Rollins. Both guys are on the top rope now. Harper goes for a belly-to-back suplex off the top but Rollins flips through and lands on his feet. Awesome. Rollins flies out to the floor on one of The Wyatt Family guys. I didn't catch who. The crowd breaks out into a loud "this is awesome" chant. Out on the floor, Rollins is down with Bray Wyatt stalking him. Bray runs, jumps and lands with his own back on Rollins' body. Wyatt rolls Rollins back in the ring and tries to pin him, but Rollins manages to kick out at two. Another loud "let's go Wyatt's" and "let's go Shield" chant breaks out. The crowd atmosphere in the Target Center in Minneapolis for this six-man tag-team match is off-the-charts awesome. Rowan is the legal man in the ring now and he continues to deliver the punishment to Rollins. Rowan tags Harper back in and the two doule-team Rollins before Rowan heads back to the apron. Harper hits Rollins with a hard slap across the face. Harper blasts Rollins with some European uppercuts in the corner. He runs and blasts Rollins with a clothesline in the corner. Wyatt yells at Harper to tag him in. Harper does. Wyatt drops a big headbutt on Rollins on the mat. We see a closeup shot of Roman Reigns intensely looking on as Rollins tries fighting back with punches. Bray gets Rollins in the Wyatt Family corner and pummels him some more. He whips him into the opposite corner. Rollins hops up to the middle rope. When he comes off, however, Bray catches him by the throat and slams him down to the mat with a big chokeslam. Bray drags Rollins lifeless body into The Wyatt Family corner and tags in Harper. Harper stomps away at Rollins and then goes over to taunt Reigns. A loud "this is awesome" chant breaks out. Rollins hops up out of the blue and nails Harper with a big spinning kick. Rollins used that opportunity to make the tag. He tags in Roman Reigns and the crowd explodes. Reigns takes the hot tag and is clearing house of all of The Wyatt Family members. Reigns hits a big move on Harper for a near fall but Bray runs in to break up the pin attempt. Ambrose runs in and knocks Bray down for interfering. Harper does a big dive out to the floor. Rollins follows up with a jumping flip dive out to the floor of his own. Back in the ring, Reigns and Rowan are having a knockdown, drag-out fight. We see some replays of all the dives that just happened. Rollins clears off the Spanish announce table. Bray nails Rollins from behind. Some of the guys are fighting in the crowd, some are fighting on the floor and Reigns and Rowan are still in the ring trading haymakers. Rowan throws Reigns shoulder-first into the ring post from inside the ring. Rowan hits the ropes but Reigns catches him coming off the ropes with a flying clothesline. We see Harper and Rollins fighting near the Spanish announce table. Bray comes over to double-team Rollins with Harper. Now the guys are clearing off the U.S. announce table as well. Back in the ring, we see Reigns and Rowan still duking it out. Rowan hits Reigns with a fall-away slam that sends Reigns out to the floor. Now we're looking at Harper and Rowan standing on top of the U.S. announce table with Rollins. They double-chokeslam him all the way over to -- and through -- the Spanish announce table. Cue the "holy sh*t" chants. We see Reigns crawling in the ring by himself. Rowan enters the ring. Bray hops up on the apron. Harper does as well. Reigns is by himself with all three members of The Wyatt Family approaching him. Reigns runs at Bray and knocks him down but Harper and Rowan jump on him from behind. Rowan throws Reigns into Harper, where Harper greets him with a big boot. The three-on-one attack on Reigns continues. Bray does his leaning backwards scream in the corner. Bray goes for Sister Abigail on Reigns, but Reigns uses pure strength to slowly peel the arms of Bray off of him. Reigns blasts Bray with a Samoan Drop. Reigns nails The Wyatt Family guys with Superman punches. He's taking all three guys out by himself now. Reigns sets Bray up for the spear. Harper runs in and Reigns nails him with the spear. This allows Bray to run over and blast Reigns. Bray picks Reigns up and hits him with his Sister Abigail finisher. 1-2-3. The Wyatt Family wins. Winners: The Wyatt Family Renee Young Interviews Christian Backstage, Renee Young catches up with Christian. She points out that he was the only person who didn't beat Randy Orton in singles matches on RAW and/or SmackDown leading into tonight's Elimination Chamber pay-per-view. Christian says none of that matters because no one will remember those matches when he wins the Elimination Chamber tonight and becomes the new WWE World Heavyweight Champion. He dares everyone to underestimate him. WWE Divas Championship AJ Lee (c) vs. Cameron AJ Lee's music hits and out she comes with Tamina Snuka. She gets on the mic and talks abuot how she's been our Divas Champion for 252 days. She said she's the longest-reigning Divas Champion in history. She tells us it's okay to cheer. She says she doesn't know who her opponent is tonight, but it doesn't matter because she's going to win. She mocks Naomi for getting her face broken. The Funkadactyls music hits to cut her off. Cameron makes her way to the ring as Michael Cole explains the situation with Naomi, which AJ was referring to a few seconds ago. The bell sounds and our WWE Divas Championship match is officially underway. The announcers talk about how Cameron has improved in the ring over the past several months. They promote the return of Total Divas on E! next month. Meanwhile, Cameron is getting the better of AJ Lee early on. The announcers continue to put over The Wyatt Family vs. Shield match that just ended as AJ Lee starts to fight back. The WWE Divas Champion is in control of this one now as the announcers continue to talk about The Wyatt Family and The Shield. AJ Lee skips around and the fans pop. Cameron rolls AJ up out of nowhere but AJ manages to kick out at two and a half. Cameron nails AJ with a dropkick while AJ was on her knees. Cameron hits AJ with a Lou Thesz-press and screaches as she punches away at AJ. The fight spills out to the floor as a loud "CM Punk" chant breaks out and quickly dies down. AJ grabs Cameron's pom-poms and dances around. Tamina goes to blast Cameron with a big kick, but Cameron moves and she accidentally hits AJ instead. Cameron rolls AJ into the ring and tries to capitalize by pinning her. Tamina runs over and breaks up the pin attempt. Tamina pulls Cameron out of the ring and beats her up. The referee calls for the bell. Lilian Garcia announces Cameron the winner by disqualification. After a long pause, she continues, "however, but still WWE Divas Champion, AJ Lee!" AJ's music hits and she and Tamina leave together while AJ holds her face selling the kick that Tamina accidentally blasted her with. Winner and STILL WWE Divas Champion: AJ Lee After The Match: Bad News Barrett Part 4 Bad News Barrett comes out again. He addresses the fact that his podium isn't raising anymore. He says that gives him more time to deliver some bad news. He talks about the WWE Network. He says there will be so much great content that people won't be able to turn it off. Because of that, adults will lose their jobs and kids will get kicked out of school. He talks a little more trash and that ends another Bad News Barrett segment, our fourth of the evening. Backstage Segment: Santino, Emma, Los Matadores & El Torito and The Great Khali Backstage, Santino Marella is playing with some WWE toys. Emma walks up. She asks if he's playing with toys. He tries denying it. The Great Khali, Los Matadores and El Torito walk up. They all babble with one another about the toys. Long story short, they all start playing with the toys. Batista vs. Alberto Del Rio After the goofy backstage segment with the toys ends, we hear Batista's theme music. "The Animal" makes his way to the ring. During his entrance, we see video highlights chronicling the history of the Batista and Alberto Del Rio feud. JBL gets his first "Mexico's greatest export" reference out of the way during the video package. The video ends and we see Batista in the ring waiting for his opponent. Alberto Del Rio's music hits and he makes his way out with a neck brace and crutches, in his street clothes. As Del Rio limps his way to the ring with crutches, JBL gets his second "Mexico's greatest export" line out of the way. Del Rio gets on the mic and talks about how Batista attacked him two weeks ago. He said because of that, he is not going to be able to compete tonight. Del Rio then drops the mic and cheap shots Batista with the crutch. He tears his street clothes off to reveal that he was wearing his ring gear all along. He continues to beat down Batista with the crutch. He takes the neck brace off as JBL drops his third "Mexico's greatest export" references. The fans chant for Del Rio attacking Batista and then break out into a "Si! Si! Si!" chant, the Spanish version of "Yes! Yes! Yes!" The ref calls for the bell and Batista goes after Del Rio. The crowd boo's the hell out of Batista. Everytime Batista hits Del Rio, the crowd boo's. Everytime Del Rio hits Batista, they cheer. The fans start chanting "Boo-Tista" over and over again. The announcers acknowledge the crowd reaction. Meanwhile, JBL drops his fourth "Mexico's greatest export" reference. The crowd passionately chants "Daniel Bryan" again. Now they break out to an even louder "CM Punk" Chant. I think they're making it pretty clear that they want no part of Batista in the WrestleMania main event. The match continues, but the crowd is ignoring almost everything that they're doing. They're boo'ing Batista with a red-hot passion and chanting for random people. So far they've chanted "Boo-Tista" and chanted for guys such as Daniel Bryan, CM Punk, Chris Jericho, Rob Van Dam and Brock Lesnar. Batista is finally starting to mount a bit of an offensive comeback. Anytime he does anything remotely resembling offense, the crowd boo's the living crap out of him. At the same time, they are cheering for anything Del Rio does just to further show how much they hate Batista. They break out into another "Si! Si! Si!" chant as Del Rio goes to the top. Del Rio misses a big splash. Batista fires up and the crowd boo's him insanely loud for it. Batista goes for the Batista Bomb and the crowd erupts with boo's. Del Rio slides out the back door and avoids it, to which the crowd popped for enormously. Del Rio winds up for the super kick, leading the fans in a "Si! Si! Si!" chant, but Batista avoids it. The crowd boo's. Batista immediately counters into a Batista Bomb. The crowd boo's. He hits it. The crowd boo's. He pins Del Rio. 1-2-3. Batista wins. The crowd boo's. Winner: Batista WWE World Heavyweight Championship Elimination Chamber Match John Cena vs. Christian vs. Randy Orton (c) vs. Daniel Bryan vs. Cesaro vs. Sheamus John Cena comes out to his usual mixed-bag reaction from the fans. Out next is Christian. Then the WWE World Heavyweight Champion Randy Orton makes his way out to the ring. Each guy enters their chamber, by the way, as soon as they get in the ring. Out next is Daniel Bryan. The next two men, who will be starting the match off, are Cesaro and Sheamus (who come out in that order). The referee holds both the WWE Titles up to show everyone what they are fighting for. Sheamus and Cesaro are the first two to start off the Elimination Chamber match. Cesaro gets Sheamus down early and starts stomping away at him. Shemus rolls out of the ring and onto the metal flooring. Cesaro goes out after him, but Sheamus ends up clotheslining Cesaro back in the ring. Sheamus blasts Cesaro with a big European uppercut. The fans break out in a random "we the people" chant. Cesaro comes off the ropes and Sheamus catches him with a big shoulder tackle. Sheamus goes for a pin, but Cesaro kicks out at two. Sheamus goes for his arm-pound spot with Cesaro draped across the ropes, but Cesaro starts headbutting him backwards. Sheamus regains his composure, however, and ends up pounding away at the chest of Cesaro anyway. Sheamus goes to suplex Cesaro back into the ring but Cesaro blocks it. They end up outside the ring and Cesaro rams Sheamus shoulder-first into the ring post. Cesaro takes Sheamus where he wants him and takes a moment to taunt Orton. Cesaro gets Sheamus into the corner of the ring in front of Cena's chamber. Cesaro again takes a moment, this time to taunt Cena. A light "Ce-sar-o" chant breaks out as he continues to pummel Sheamus in the corner of the ring. The countdown clock hits and here we go. The first person to exit their chamber and join the match is Daniel Bryan. The crowd explodes and immediately breaks out into "Yes!" chants. Bryan, who don't forget, has his shoulder heavily taped up to sell the attacks from this past week, is a ball of energy. He's flying all over the place, beating up both Cesaro and Sheamus. Both guys are on their knees and Bryan is taking turns blasting both guys with "Yes!" kicks. A loud "Daniel Bryan" chant breaks out as Bryan continues to control the action. Bryan hits Cesaro repeatedly with European uppercuts as the fans again begin to chant for Daniel Bryan. Cesaro finally slows Bryan down and now his crazy, early-match-entry energy seems to have died down. A light "we want Lesnar" chant breaks out from his hometown fans in Minneapolis as Cesaro throws Bryan through one of the pods. The announcers point out that he went through it shoulder-first, noting that the shoulder that went through the pod was the heavily taped up, injured one. Meanwhile, Sheamus nails Cesaro with a big DDT on the steel floor. Bryan is still down selling the spot that saw him crash through the pod. Bryan is now in the ring and Sheamus is stomping away at him. A loud "let's go Cena" and "Cena sucks" dueling chant breaks out. The countdown clock strikes again. Entering the match this time is Christian. Christian comes in and immediately takes advantage of a grounded Bryan, stomping away at the shoulder that he helped injure at last Monday's RAW. Christian tears some of the bandages off of Bryan's arm and continues to focus his attack on the beat-up shoulder of D-Bry. Sheamus and Cesaro are still down and out on the outside of the ring as Christian beats up Bryan's shoulder some more. Sheamus finally re-enters the picture and goes after Christian. Outside of the ring, Christian goes for the Killswitch on Cesaro. Cesaro reverses and hits a running-powerbomb on Christian, slamming him back-first through one of the pods. Cesaro tries pinning Christian off of that spot, however Christian manages to kick out at two. Cesaro puts some of the plexiglass from the pod on Sheamus and then runs and smashes himself into it. Cesaro hits Sheamus with a big sidewalk-slam type of move on the steel floor. The countdown clock strikes again. Entering the match this time is John Cena. As soon as Cena comes out of his pod, Christian comes flying off the top and tries to splash him. Cena catches him and uses Christian as a battering ram, beating Cesaro with Christian's body. He throws Christian at Cesaro and they both go tumbling down. Bryan is back up and is firing up on offense, however Christian ends up catching him with the Killswitch. He tries pinning Bryan to eliminate him, however D-Bry kicks out at two. Meanwhile, Cena re-enters the picture. He slams Christian down and calls for the Five Knuckle Shuffle. Sheamus stops him from behind and hits him with his White Noise move. Sheamus tries pinning Cena, but Cena manages to kick out before the three-count. A "let's go Cena" and "Cena sucks" dueling chant breaks out. All of the guys are battling all over the place now, as there are bodies flying everywhere. Cesaro catches Cena with his trademark flying-European uppercut move. Not sure what to call it, but it's the spot where he launches Cena up in the air and catches him coming down with a big European uppercut. Cena goes for the Attitude Adjustment on Cesaro but Bryan stops him by blasting him with repated "Yes!" kicks. All of the guys are down now. The countdown clock strikes again. The buzzer sounds and now the WWE World Heavyweight Champion Randy Orton officially enters the match. Orton goes after all of the guys. The crowd starts chanting "boring" immediately after Orton got out of his pod. Orton keeps knocking everyone down. He acknowledges the "boring" chants and does his pose to taunt the fans. Orton sets Bryan up for his punt. Everyone ends up getting up at once. They all stop and look at Orton. Orton runs and locks himself back in his pod. Sheamus can't get to Orton now and he's pissed. Orton taunts him from inside the pod. The entire arena starts chanting "Pussy! Pussy!" at Orton. Sheamus turns and finally stops and realizes what everyone is already expecting. He hits the Brogue Kick into the pod and smashes it open. He grabs Orton and starts beating him up. Back in the ring, Cena goes for the Five Knuckle Shuffle on Bryan. Cesaro stops him. Orton ends up in the picture. Cesaro grabs Orton and starts doing the Cesaro Swing to him. He swung him a ton of times. According to Michael Cole it was 30 rotations. Bryan grabs Cesaro as soon as he finished the swinging, and dumped him on his neck with a big German suplex. Sheamus is now in the center of the ring, pounding his chest and calling for the Brogue Kick. Christian ducks and Sheamus blasts Cena with the Brogue Kick. Christian tries rolling Sheamus up for a pin after that, but Sheamus manages to kick out at two. Christian and Sheamus battle up to the top of one of the pods. Orton goes up after him. Orton nails Sheamus with a big slam off of the pod. Christian leaps and comes flying off the pod and splashes onto Sheamus. He pins him. 1-2-3. Christian has eliminated Sheamus. A light "this is awesome" chant breaks out. The doctors and trainers help get Sheamus out of the ring. Meanwhile, Orton gets Christian set up for his draping-DDT off the middle ropes. Christian ends up avoiding it. Bryan hits Christian out of nowhere with his running knee. He covers him -- 1-2-3. Daniel Bryan just eliminated Christian. We're down to just four guys in the match now -- Randy Orton, John Cena, Daniel Bryan and Cesaro. All four guys start to go at each other. When the smoke clears, Cena and Daniel Bryan are left alone and they notice each other. They slowly enter the ring and walk towards each other. Cena and Bryan start trading kicks. Now they trade punches. They're fighting back-and-forth, tooth-and-nail. Bryan goes for the Yes! Lock on Cena but Cena reverses it into a STF attempt. Bryan avoids it. Cena goes for the A.A. on Bryan, but Cesaro breaks that up with an incredible show of strength, suplexing them. Cena ends up hitting Cesaro with the A.A. over the top rope. Cesaro crashes onto the steel floor outside the ring. Cena yanks Cesaro back into the ring and immediately locks him in the STF. Cesaro taps out. John Cena has just eliminated Cesaro. We're down to just Randy Orton, John Cena and Daniel Bryan now. John Cena locks Orton in the STF and out of nowhere The Wyatt Family cut-in happens. The arena goes dark. When the lights come back on, all three members of The Wyatt Family are standing in the Chamber. They clean house of everyone and then set their sights on Cena. They brutalize Cena, one-by-one. Bray hits Cena with his Sister Abigail finisher. They all leave as the fans in Minneapolis chant "thank you Wyatt." Orton makes sure The Wyatt Family are gone and then slowly crawls over and pins Cena. 1-2-3. Randy Orton has just eliminated John Cena. The Wyatt Family hang around right outside of the Chamber until Kane comes down in his suit and yells at them and orders them to leave the ringside area. Bray smiles and laughs and The Wyatt Family make their way to the back. The doctors and trainers are helping Cena exit the ring. Kane is still standing there. Out of nowhere, Bryan comes off the top rope and blasts Kane with a knee to the side of the head. Bryan has Orton hanging upside down off the top rope. He runs all over the place and dives into him with kicks over and over again. The fans start loudly chanting "Daniel Bryan, Daniel Bryan." Bryan goes to the top rope. Orton grabs Bryan by his beard and then nails Bryan off the top-rope with his draping-DDT move. Orton goes for the RKO. Bryan reverses it and nails Bryan with the running knee. Bryan covers Orton. 1-2...Kane grabs the referee and stops him from counting to three. Bryan is distracted by Kane. Bryan turns around right into an RKO. Orton covers Bryan, 1-2 ...Bryan kicks out at two. The crowd explodes. Bryan rolls Orton up out of nowhere, 1-2....Orton kicks out at two. Kane ends up interfering again, setting up another immediate RKO by Orton. This time Orton pins Bryan and gets the 1-2-3. Randy Orton eliminates Daniel Bryan. Orton wins and retains his WWE World Heavyweight Championship. 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We see a shot of fans filing into the arena and then the camera swings from inside the arena over to the Kickoff Show expert panel. The panel for tonight's event consists of Mark Henry, The Miz and Rey Mysterio. Miz jokes about the new Kickoff Show set being a nice wedding gift. All three guys talk about which matches excite them most on tonight's card. A small "Sexual Chocolate" chant breaks out as Henry runs down his thoughts on some of the matches on tonight's card. The guys also talk about the tag-team division and how strong it is. Henry stumbles over his words pretty badly when running down his thoughts. We shoot over to the social media lounge, where Renee Young informs us how to interact via Twitter, etc. She reads some tweets from the "WWE Universe." She mentions that we should use the hashtag "#WWEChamber" to chat about the show on Twitter. Now we're back to the expert panel where Josh Mathews runs down the rules of the actual Elimination Chamber match itself. He then introduces some video packages highlighting the story lines surrounding Randy Orton and his WWE World Heavyweight Championship leading into the Chamber matchup tonight. The gang talks about how dangerous the Elimination Chamber match is. Once again, Henry is having an awful time trying to put coherent sentences together. The guys talk about who they feel the favorites are in tonight's Chamber match. We shoot backstage and Zeb Colter is giving The Real Americans a pep-talk. He tells them that tomorrow night they'll be able to say the Cesaro is the WWE World Heavyweight Champion and that Jack Swagger is the new WWE Intercontinental Champion. He finishes with the usual hand-over-your-heart speech. After that segment concludes, JBL's theme music hits and he makes his way out to the commentary table. The fans in Minneapolis give JBL a nice reception. As JBL makes his way to the announce booth, we see some video highlights detailing the history of the Batista and Alberto Del Rio feud. Another light "Sexual Chocolate" chant breaks out as the Batista-Del Rio video wraps up. Out next is Jerry Lawler. "The King" makes his way to the commentary table to a great reaction and a smattering of "Jerry, Jerry" chants. As he makes his way to ringside, a WWE Network video package airs. Once the WWE Network video finishes up, we shoot back live into the arena. At the commentary table at ringside, Michael Cole talks about how historic tomorrow night is with the official launch of the WWE Network. JBL and Jerry Lawler talk about how great a deal it is to purchase a WWE Network subscription. We get a closeup shot of Lawler on his iPad pointing out how easy it is to navigate through the WWE Network. He plays a clip of an old SummerSlam pay-per-view. Goldust & Cody Rhodes vs. Ryback & Curtis Axel (with Larry "The Axe" Hennig) Now that the WWE Network plugging is done, it's time for our Kickoff Show match of the evening. Goldust's theme music hits and out he comes with Cody Rhodes. They make their way to the ring as we get ready for the first match of the evening. After Goldust and Rhodes finish their entrance, Ryback's music hits and out he comes with Curtis Axel and Axel's grandfather, Larry "The Axe" Hennig, who is from the Minneapolis area. Hennig gets a nice pop and a decent "Larry, Larry" chant from the Minneapolis fans. The bell sounds and our first match is officially underway. The action is insanely fast-paced early on. Goldust ends up hitting a crazy dive out to the floor on Ryback and Axel. On that note, we head to a mid-match commercial. When we return from commercial, Ryback is pounding away on Goldust in the corner of the ring. Ryback stomps away at Goldust on the mat a bit and then tags Axel in. Axel picks up where Ryback left off. We see a shot of Larry Hennig watching on from outside the ring. Hennig has a big smile on his face as his grandson Curtis Axel continues to work over Goldust. Axel tags Ryback back into the ring. The two hit a double-team move on Goldust in their corner and then Axel heads back out to the apron. Ryback hoists Goldust up for a suplex and holds him up in the air for several seconds before slamming him down to the mat. He tags Axel back in. Goldust starts fighting back now as the crowd rallies behind him. Both guys double-clothesline each other down. Axel is able to get to his feet first and he makes the tag to Ryback. Ryback beats up Goldust a bit, but Goldust still has some fire left in him. He hits a huricanrana on Ryback and then sends Ryback over-the-top and out to the floor. Both guys make the tag to their respective partners. Rhodes takes the hot tag and is flying all over the place, beating Axel from one side of the ring to the other. Rhodes hits a big moonsault off-the-top on Axel. Rhodes hits an Alabama Slam on Axel. Ryback yanks Rhodes out to the floor but Rhodes hits his disaster kick. Rhodes jumps off the top-rope to come back into the ring. He was looking to connect on Axel with a missile dropkick but Axel caught him coming in and powerbombs him. All four guys get involved briefly, ending with Rhodes hitting the Cross Rhodes for the 1-2-3. The Rhodes Brothers get the win. Winners: Goldust & Cody Rhodes Byron Saxton Interviews The Usos Backstage, Byron Saxton introduces The Usos. The Usos talk about how their relatives have held the same exact WWE Tag-Team Championships that they are going to compete for tonight. They talk about how they respect The New Age Outlaws and everything they've accomplished, but tonight is a new era. They say they have two words for them, "it's over." Renee Young In The Social Media Lounge We go back to the social media lounge where Renee Young reads off some more tweets from the WWE Universe. Final Check-In With The Expert Panel We shoot back to the expert panel where Josh Mathews asks the guys for their predictions on tonight's Elimination Chamber match. Henry, Miz and Mysterio talk about some of the guys they think has the chance to win tonight before Mathews wraps up the Kickoff Show. We fade away and we're now just moments away from the start of the WWE Elimination Chamber pay-per-view! WWE Elimination Chamber 2014 The usual kick-ass video package airs to kick-off the pay-per-view portion of tonight's WWE Elimination Chamber 2014 event, which emanates live from Minneapolis, Minnesota. The focus of the video package is strongly centered around the WWE World Heavyweight Championship and Randy Orton, as well as "the face of WWE" stuff involving The Authority, and then the actual Elimination Chamber itself. The video package wraps up and the pyro explodes. Michael Cole welcomes us to the final pay-per-view stop on the road to WrestleMania XXX. He talks about the building in Minneapolis being sold out for tonight's show where we will determine the main event for WrestleMania. The bell rings and it's time to get right to the action. WWE Intercontinental Championship Big E. (c) vs. Jack Swagger (with Zeb Colter) Lilian Garcia announces that our opening contest is one fall and is for the WWE Intercontinental Championship. The Real Americans' theme music hits and out comes Jack Swagger and Zeb Colter. Colter asks for the music to be cut off. He talks about the "E" in "Big E." standing for "enough." He runs down Big E. some more as they make their way down the aisle and to the ring. He finishes with his "we the people" tag-line as we get a glimpse of the commentary team. Cole, JBL and Lawler talk about how ridiculous Colter's comments were as Big E.'s theme music hits. The WWE Intercontinental Champion makes his way to the ring as we are quickly introduced to the Spanish announce team for tonight. We see Colter giving some final advice to Swagger before the bell rings. The bell sounds now and our first PPV match of the evening is officially underway. Big E. muscles Swagger into the corner. The two break. He does it again and this time Swagger blasts Big E. in the mid-section with a big knee. Both guys hit the ropes and Big E. blasts Swagger with a big shoulder tackle. Swagger rolls out to the floor to recover. Colter tells Swagger to "do what we talked about." Swagger rolls back into the ring and starts firing away at Big E. with punches. Big E. reverses Swagger and hits him with a huge belly-to-belly suplex. And another. Big E. whips Swagger into the corner and once again Swagger rolls out to the floor. This time, however, BIg E. follows him out. Big E. bounces Swagger's head into the steel steps. Colter gets in Big E.'s face to distract him. The distraction almost works, but ultimately doesn't as Big E. reversed Swagger's cheap-shot attempt and threw him into the steps. Back in the ring. Swagger eventually starts to mount some offense. Swagger yanks Big E. off the apron and Big E. crashes shoulder-first onto the ground. Back in the ring, Swagger continues to work over Big E. Big E. tries to make a comeback, but when he comes off the ropes, Swagger blasts him with a big boot to the face. Swagger appears to be firmly in control of the I-C champ at this point. Both guys knock each other down and the referee begins his double-count. Swagger makes it back to his feet, as does Big E. Big E. charges after Swagger but Swagger moves and Big E. goes shoulder-first through the turnbuckle and smashes into the ring post. Swagger puts the boots to Big E. as a loud "we the people" chant breaks out. It gains momentum and now everyone in the building seems to be chanting it. Big E. starts fighting back with a couple of kicks. He follows those up with a few big clotheslines. Big E. seems to be gaining momentum until Swagger catches Big E. coming off the ropes with a big spinebuster. Swagger works over Big E. for a couple of seconds, but out of nowhere, Big E. spears Swagger through the ropes and the momentum was so great that both guys went out to the floor. Back in the ring, Big E. hits a big splash on Swagger for a near fall. Big E. goes to the top rope. Swagger cuts him off. Big E. knocks Swagger off. Swagger runs up and in one motion hits a belly-to-belly suplex off the top, ala Kurt Angle. Swagger nails Big E. with a big boot. Swagger locks BIg E. in the Patriot Lock submission hold. Big E. tries to escape but Swagger keeps it on. Finally, Big E. powers out of the hold. With both guys back on their feet, Big E. runs through Swagger. Big E. pulls the straps down, calling for the Big Ending. Before he can do anything, Swagger grabs his leg from the ground and re-applies the Patriot Lock. Big E. eventually escapes again and immediately counters and hits Swagger with his Big Ending finisher. 1-2-3. Big E. wins and retains the WWE Intercontinental Championship. Winner and STILL WWE Intercontinental Champion: Big E. After The Match: Bad News Barrett After the match ends, we see some highlights of what was actually a pretty good little match. As Big E. celebrates in the ring, Bad News Barrett pops up on hs podium. He tells us that he's afraid he's got some bad news for "us Americans." He talks about how Russia has won more gold medals than us in the Olympic games. He says we're going to have to wait for four years to do anything about it. He says Europe proves once again that they have superiority over Americans in sports. Hulk Hogan Return Hype A quick video package airs promoting Hulk Hogan's return to WWE on tomorrow night's RAW. A lot of the media attention his return announcement generated is shown, ending with a plug for his return on RAW. Byron Saxton Interviews Daniel Bryan Backstage, Byron Saxton is with Daniel Bryan. Bryan's shoulder is heavily taped up, as we saw clips from RAW and SmackDown of Kane injuring Bryan's shoulder were just shown. Saxton asks Bryan about tonight's match. Bryan asks a series of questions, all of which end with the answer "Yes!" The fans in the arena are popping and chanting "Yes!" with him. He finishes by leading them in a "Yes!" chant. WWE Tag-Team Championships The New Age Outlaws (c) vs. The Usos "Oh you didn't know?" Road Dogg and Billy Gunn make their way to the ring. Road Dogg does his usual thing on the mic. It's almost time for tonight's WWE Tag-Team Championship match. After Road Dogg finishes up his usual stuff, The Usos music hits and they make their way to the ring. The bell sounds and our second PPV match of the evening is officially underway. Billy Gunn starts things off with Jimmy Uso. Gunn is getting the better of Jimmy early on. Gunn continues to get the better of Jimmy as the fans try and rally behind The Usos with "Us-O" chants. Jimmy starts using his speed and it helps him get the upper-hand on Gunn. The Usos both end up in the ring with Gunn and Road Dogg out on the floor. The Usos run to do their usual dive, but Road Dogg and Gunn cleverly get out of the way. Road Dogg is the legal man for the New Age Outlaws now and Jey Uso immediately starts working him over. Uso mocks Road Dogg's juke-and-jive type punch-spot. Road Dogg ends up taking out the leg of Jey and now The Outlaws are back in control of the offensive flow of the contest. Road Dogg messes with Jimmy on the apron and then mocks them with a strut. Road Dogg throws Jey out to the floor and Gunn beats him up some outside of the ring. Road Dogg tags Gunn back into the match. Road Dogg yells "that's old school, punk!" He screwed up with that one, because as soon as the Minneapolis fans heard the word "punk" they immediately broke out into a defeaning "CM Punk, CM Punk" chant. Meanwhile, Road Dogg is back in the ring as the legal man now and has Uso on the mat in a headlock. Gunn tags back in, but Uso makes the tag to Jimmy. Jimmy Uso takes the hot tag and is now hitting anything that moves. Road Dogg and Gunn join up outside the ring to regain their composure. Jimmy flies over the top and hits a big splash on The Outlaws on the floor. Back in the ring, Uso and Gunn are the legal men. After some interference, Gunn is able to roll Uso up out of nowhere for the pinfall. 1-2-3. The New Age Outlaws retain the gold. Winners and STILL WWE Tag-Team Champions: The New Age Outlaws After The Match: Bad News Barrett Part 2 After the match, Bad News Barrett pops up again. His podium doesn't raise this time, however, leading Barrett to point out that he's down at our level to deliver some bad news to Daniel Bryan fans. He says that Bryan won't be winning the WWE World Heavyweight Championship tonight, and because the fans are fickle fans they'll turn on him and start chanting "No! No! No!" again. They boo him and that's pretty much it for that segment. WWE Network Tutorial The announce team run down another WWE Network tutorial. They have Lawler again demonstrate via his iPad how easy the WWE Network is to navigate. As they're running down the plug, the fans in Minneapolis break out into another "CM Punk, CM Punk" chant. Darren Young vs. Titus O'Neil After the Network tutorial is done, Darren Young's theme music hits. He comes out to pretty much no reaction as video highlights are shown breaking down the history of the Darren Young and Titus O'Neil feud. After the video is finished playing, Titus O'Neil's theme music hits and he makes his way down to the ring. The ref has to hold Young back inside the ring as O'Neil makes his entrance, as Young is ready to get at him. The bell sounds and the two aggressively lock up. The guys struggle in a lock up, pushing and pulling each other all over the ring. The ref breaks them up, but during the break up, O'Neil hits Young with a cheap shot. A loud "we want Lesnar" chant breaks out as O'Neil continues to use his superior power to manhandle Young. Young catches O'Neil with a big right hand out of nowhere, and then follows it up with a dropkick to the legs of O'Neil. Young knocks O'Neil out to the floor and follows him out to continue the beatdown on the floor. Back in the ring, Young comes off the top-rope and nails O'Neil with a flying clothesline for a near fall. O'Neil ends up launching Young out of nowhere over the top rope. O'Neil follows Young out to the floor. He picks him up in a body slam position and smashes him back-first into the ring post a few times. He rolls Young back in the ring and tries to pin him, but Young manages to kick out at two. O'Neil slaps on a bear-hug to Young and is squeezing away at the back he just worked on outside the ring. Young breaks free and climbs to the middle rope. He comes off looking for a cross-body splash, but O'Neil catches him and slams him down. O'Neil puts Young in an abdominal stretch. Young tries fighting his way out of it. O'Neil slams Young back-first into the turnbuckle. A light "we want Ziggler" chant breaks out as both guys knock each other down to the mat. Young is firing up on offense for a comeback, but the crowd is absolutely flat for it. They seem like they couldn't care less about Young for most of this match. Regardles of the crowd being hot for Young's little comeback attempt or not, O'Neil cuts it short. O'Neil simply blasts Young with his Clash Of The Titus finisher. 1-2-3. That's all she wrote. Titus O'Neil wins. Winner: Titus O'Neil After The Match: Bad News Barrett Part 3 Bad News Barrett pops up after the match. He taps on his little podium and tells us that he's afraid he's got some bad news. He said it was announced on Friday that "The Immortal" Hulk Hogan will be returning to WWE and will be hosting WrestleMania XXX. Barrett says his limelight will be dim compared to the charisma and ability of Bad News Barrett. He thanks us very much. Checking In With The Expert Panel After the third Bad News Barrett segment of the evening, we shoot back to the Elimination Chamber expert panel. Mathews introduces each guy individually. They all talk about some of the matches on tonight's card. Mathews wraps up by introducing a video package highlighting the history of The Wyatt Family and Shield feud. That six-man tag-team match is up next. The Shield vs. The Wyatt Family After the video package, The Shield make their way to the ring through the crowd as usual. Out next is The Wyatt Family. When the lights come back on and The Wyatt's are at ringside, the fans immediately break out in a loud "this is awesome" chant before anything even happens. This does feel big, by the way. The Wyatt Family finally enter the ring, where The Shield are standing. All six guys stand across from each other. A loud "let's go Wyatt" and "let's go Shield" dueling chant breaks out. The Shield and The Wyatt Family all clash and the crowd erupts. The Wyatt Family duck out the back door and The Shield stand tall in the ring. As The Wyatt Family stands outside the ring, another incredibly loud "let's go Wyatt's" and "let's go Shield" dueling chant breaks out. Finally the bell rings and Seth Rollins and Erick Rowan start things off. Rollins gets Rowan in The Shield corner and tags in Roman Reigns.Reigns stomps away at Rowan a bit and tags Rollins back in. Rowan ends up rag-dolling Rollins across the ring. He tags Luke Harper in. Luke Harper manhandles Rollins a bit and now he has him in The Wyatt Family corner. Harper tags Bray Wyatt in. Wyatt enters the ring and stomps away at Rollins. Rollins makes it to his corner and tags in Roman Reigns. The crowd explodes as they realize we're about to see Reigns and Wyatt clash in the ring. Reigns slowly approaches Wyatt as Wyatt has a big ass smile on his face. Reigns bullies Wyatt into the corner and starts firing away with punches. Wyatt blasts Reigns back with a big shot of his own. Reigns knocks Wyatt down. Wyatt gets back up and goes back to work on Reigns. Wyatt knocks Reigns down and tags Harper back into the match. Harper grabs Reigns and goes for a suplex. He tries three times to get him up, but Reigns blocks it each time. Reigns counters and nails Harper with a suplex of his own. Reigns tags Dean Ambrose in. Ambrose fires away at Harper with punches in The Shield corner of the ring. Ambrose tags in Rollins. All three members hit a big sopt together. Reigns tags in and beats up Harper for just a second or two before tagging Ambrose back in. Ambrose blasts Harper with a big clothesline for a near fall. Ambrose tags Rollins back in. Rollins headbutts Harper in the mid-section and quickly tags back out. Ambrose takes the tag and he picks up where Rollins left off with Harper. The Shield are utilizing quick tags to keep a fresh guy on a beaten down Harper. Out of nowhere, Harper throws a huge dropkick and floors Ambrose. Harper tags Wyatt back in. Wyatt comes in and goes right to work on Ambrose with punches in the corner. Wyatt beats up Ambrose for a few more seconds and then tags in Rowan. Rowan picks up where Wyatt left off with Ambrose. The Wyatt Family seems to be doing the same thing with Ambrose that The Shield did with Harper a few minutes ago. An insanely loud "let's go Wyatt's" and "let's go Shield" dueling chant breaks out again. The crowd is really, really hot for this big six-man tag-team match. Meanwhile, The Wyatt Family continues to utilize quick-tags to keep fresh guys on a beaten up Ambrose. Harper nails Ambrose with a big suplex for a near fall. Ambrose is finally able to make a tag to Rollins. Rollins comes in and uses his speed to fly all over the place on Harper. Rollins goes to the top-rope. Rowan tries to knock Rollins off but Rollins hits him with a kick from the top rope. The distraction was enough for Harper to go up after Rollins. Both guys are on the top rope now. Harper goes for a belly-to-back suplex off the top but Rollins flips through and lands on his feet. Awesome. Rollins flies out to the floor on one of The Wyatt Family guys. I didn't catch who. The crowd breaks out into a loud "this is awesome" chant. Out on the floor, Rollins is down with Bray Wyatt stalking him. Bray runs, jumps and lands with his own back on Rollins' body. Wyatt rolls Rollins back in the ring and tries to pin him, but Rollins manages to kick out at two. Another loud "let's go Wyatt's" and "let's go Shield" chant breaks out. The crowd atmosphere in the Target Center in Minneapolis for this six-man tag-team match is off-the-charts awesome. Rowan is the legal man in the ring now and he continues to deliver the punishment to Rollins. Rowan tags Harper back in and the two doule-team Rollins before Rowan heads back to the apron. Harper hits Rollins with a hard slap across the face. Harper blasts Rollins with some European uppercuts in the corner. He runs and blasts Rollins with a clothesline in the corner. Wyatt yells at Harper to tag him in. Harper does. Wyatt drops a big headbutt on Rollins on the mat. We see a closeup shot of Roman Reigns intensely looking on as Rollins tries fighting back with punches. Bray gets Rollins in the Wyatt Family corner and pummels him some more. He whips him into the opposite corner. Rollins hops up to the middle rope. When he comes off, however, Bray catches him by the throat and slams him down to the mat with a big chokeslam. Bray drags Rollins lifeless body into The Wyatt Family corner and tags in Harper. Harper stomps away at Rollins and then goes over to taunt Reigns. A loud "this is awesome" chant breaks out. Rollins hops up out of the blue and nails Harper with a big spinning kick. Rollins used that opportunity to make the tag. He tags in Roman Reigns and the crowd explodes. Reigns takes the hot tag and is clearing house of all of The Wyatt Family members. Reigns hits a big move on Harper for a near fall but Bray runs in to break up the pin attempt. Ambrose runs in and knocks Bray down for interfering. Harper does a big dive out to the floor. Rollins follows up with a jumping flip dive out to the floor of his own. Back in the ring, Reigns and Rowan are having a knockdown, drag-out fight. We see some replays of all the dives that just happened. Rollins clears off the Spanish announce table. Bray nails Rollins from behind. Some of the guys are fighting in the crowd, some are fighting on the floor and Reigns and Rowan are still in the ring trading haymakers. Rowan throws Reigns shoulder-first into the ring post from inside the ring. Rowan hits the ropes but Reigns catches him coming off the ropes with a flying clothesline. We see Harper and Rollins fighting near the Spanish announce table. Bray comes over to double-team Rollins with Harper. Now the guys are clearing off the U.S. announce table as well. Back in the ring, we see Reigns and Rowan still duking it out. Rowan hits Reigns with a fall-away slam that sends Reigns out to the floor. Now we're looking at Harper and Rowan standing on top of the U.S. announce table with Rollins. They double-chokeslam him all the way over to -- and through -- the Spanish announce table. Cue the "holy sh*t" chants. We see Reigns crawling in the ring by himself. Rowan enters the ring. Bray hops up on the apron. Harper does as well. Reigns is by himself with all three members of The Wyatt Family approaching him. Reigns runs at Bray and knocks him down but Harper and Rowan jump on him from behind. Rowan throws Reigns into Harper, where Harper greets him with a big boot. The three-on-one attack on Reigns continues. Bray does his leaning backwards scream in the corner. Bray goes for Sister Abigail on Reigns, but Reigns uses pure strength to slowly peel the arms of Bray off of him. Reigns blasts Bray with a Samoan Drop. Reigns nails The Wyatt Family guys with Superman punches. He's taking all three guys out by himself now. Reigns sets Bray up for the spear. Harper runs in and Reigns nails him with the spear. This allows Bray to run over and blast Reigns. Bray picks Reigns up and hits him with his Sister Abigail finisher. 1-2-3. The Wyatt Family wins. Winners: The Wyatt Family Renee Young Interviews Christian Backstage, Renee Young catches up with Christian. She points out that he was the only person who didn't beat Randy Orton in singles matches on RAW and/or SmackDown leading into tonight's Elimination Chamber pay-per-view. Christian says none of that matters because no one will remember those matches when he wins the Elimination Chamber tonight and becomes the new WWE World Heavyweight Champion. He dares everyone to underestimate him. WWE Divas Championship AJ Lee (c) vs. Cameron AJ Lee's music hits and out she comes with Tamina Snuka. She gets on the mic and talks abuot how she's been our Divas Champion for 252 days. She said she's the longest-reigning Divas Champion in history. She tells us it's okay to cheer. She says she doesn't know who her opponent is tonight, but it doesn't matter because she's going to win. She mocks Naomi for getting her face broken. The Funkadactyls music hits to cut her off. Cameron makes her way to the ring as Michael Cole explains the situation with Naomi, which AJ was referring to a few seconds ago. The bell sounds and our WWE Divas Championship match is officially underway. The announcers talk about how Cameron has improved in the ring over the past several months. They promote the return of Total Divas on E! next month. Meanwhile, Cameron is getting the better of AJ Lee early on. The announcers continue to put over The Wyatt Family vs. Shield match that just ended as AJ Lee starts to fight back. The WWE Divas Champion is in control of this one now as the announcers continue to talk about The Wyatt Family and The Shield. AJ Lee skips around and the fans pop. Cameron rolls AJ up out of nowhere but AJ manages to kick out at two and a half. Cameron nails AJ with a dropkick while AJ was on her knees. Cameron hits AJ with a Lou Thesz-press and screaches as she punches away at AJ. The fight spills out to the floor as a loud "CM Punk" chant breaks out and quickly dies down. AJ grabs Cameron's pom-poms and dances around. Tamina goes to blast Cameron with a big kick, but Cameron moves and she accidentally hits AJ instead. Cameron rolls AJ into the ring and tries to capitalize by pinning her. Tamina runs over and breaks up the pin attempt. Tamina pulls Cameron out of the ring and beats her up. The referee calls for the bell. Lilian Garcia announces Cameron the winner by disqualification. After a long pause, she continues, "however, but still WWE Divas Champion, AJ Lee!" AJ's music hits and she and Tamina leave together while AJ holds her face selling the kick that Tamina accidentally blasted her with. Winner and STILL WWE Divas Champion: AJ Lee After The Match: Bad News Barrett Part 4 Bad News Barrett comes out again. He addresses the fact that his podium isn't raising anymore. He says that gives him more time to deliver some bad news. He talks about the WWE Network. He says there will be so much great content that people won't be able to turn it off. Because of that, adults will lose their jobs and kids will get kicked out of school. He talks a little more trash and that ends another Bad News Barrett segment, our fourth of the evening. Backstage Segment: Santino, Emma, Los Matadores & El Torito and The Great Khali Backstage, Santino Marella is playing with some WWE toys. Emma walks up. She asks if he's playing with toys. He tries denying it. The Great Khali, Los Matadores and El Torito walk up. They all babble with one another about the toys. Long story short, they all start playing with the toys. Batista vs. Alberto Del Rio After the goofy backstage segment with the toys ends, we hear Batista's theme music. "The Animal" makes his way to the ring. During his entrance, we see video highlights chronicling the history of the Batista and Alberto Del Rio feud. JBL gets his first "Mexico's greatest export" reference out of the way during the video package. The video ends and we see Batista in the ring waiting for his opponent. Alberto Del Rio's music hits and he makes his way out with a neck brace and crutches, in his street clothes. As Del Rio limps his way to the ring with crutches, JBL gets his second "Mexico's greatest export" line out of the way. Del Rio gets on the mic and talks about how Batista attacked him two weeks ago. He said because of that, he is not going to be able to compete tonight. Del Rio then drops the mic and cheap shots Batista with the crutch. He tears his street clothes off to reveal that he was wearing his ring gear all along. He continues to beat down Batista with the crutch. He takes the neck brace off as JBL drops his third "Mexico's greatest export" references. The fans chant for Del Rio attacking Batista and then break out into a "Si! Si! Si!" chant, the Spanish version of "Yes! Yes! Yes!" The ref calls for the bell and Batista goes after Del Rio. The crowd boo's the hell out of Batista. Everytime Batista hits Del Rio, the crowd boo's. Everytime Del Rio hits Batista, they cheer. The fans start chanting "Boo-Tista" over and over again. The announcers acknowledge the crowd reaction. Meanwhile, JBL drops his fourth "Mexico's greatest export" reference. The crowd passionately chants "Daniel Bryan" again. Now they break out to an even louder "CM Punk" Chant. I think they're making it pretty clear that they want no part of Batista in the WrestleMania main event. The match continues, but the crowd is ignoring almost everything that they're doing. They're boo'ing Batista with a red-hot passion and chanting for random people. So far they've chanted "Boo-Tista" and chanted for guys such as Daniel Bryan, CM Punk, Chris Jericho, Rob Van Dam and Brock Lesnar. Batista is finally starting to mount a bit of an offensive comeback. Anytime he does anything remotely resembling offense, the crowd boo's the living crap out of him. At the same time, they are cheering for anything Del Rio does just to further show how much they hate Batista. They break out into another "Si! Si! Si!" chant as Del Rio goes to the top. Del Rio misses a big splash. Batista fires up and the crowd boo's him insanely loud for it. Batista goes for the Batista Bomb and the crowd erupts with boo's. Del Rio slides out the back door and avoids it, to which the crowd popped for enormously. Del Rio winds up for the super kick, leading the fans in a "Si! Si! Si!" chant, but Batista avoids it. The crowd boo's. Batista immediately counters into a Batista Bomb. The crowd boo's. He hits it. The crowd boo's. He pins Del Rio. 1-2-3. Batista wins. The crowd boo's. Winner: Batista WWE World Heavyweight Championship Elimination Chamber Match John Cena vs. Christian vs. Randy Orton (c) vs. Daniel Bryan vs. Cesaro vs. Sheamus John Cena comes out to his usual mixed-bag reaction from the fans. Out next is Christian. Then the WWE World Heavyweight Champion Randy Orton makes his way out to the ring. Each guy enters their chamber, by the way, as soon as they get in the ring. Out next is Daniel Bryan. The next two men, who will be starting the match off, are Cesaro and Sheamus (who come out in that order). The referee holds both the WWE Titles up to show everyone what they are fighting for. Sheamus and Cesaro are the first two to start off the Elimination Chamber match. Cesaro gets Sheamus down early and starts stomping away at him. Shemus rolls out of the ring and onto the metal flooring. Cesaro goes out after him, but Sheamus ends up clotheslining Cesaro back in the ring. Sheamus blasts Cesaro with a big European uppercut. The fans break out in a random "we the people" chant. Cesaro comes off the ropes and Sheamus catches him with a big shoulder tackle. Sheamus goes for a pin, but Cesaro kicks out at two. Sheamus goes for his arm-pound spot with Cesaro draped across the ropes, but Cesaro starts headbutting him backwards. Sheamus regains his composure, however, and ends up pounding away at the chest of Cesaro anyway. Sheamus goes to suplex Cesaro back into the ring but Cesaro blocks it. They end up outside the ring and Cesaro rams Sheamus shoulder-first into the ring post. Cesaro takes Sheamus where he wants him and takes a moment to taunt Orton. Cesaro gets Sheamus into the corner of the ring in front of Cena's chamber. Cesaro again takes a moment, this time to taunt Cena. A light "Ce-sar-o" chant breaks out as he continues to pummel Sheamus in the corner of the ring. The countdown clock hits and here we go. The first person to exit their chamber and join the match is Daniel Bryan. The crowd explodes and immediately breaks out into "Yes!" chants. Bryan, who don't forget, has his shoulder heavily taped up to sell the attacks from this past week, is a ball of energy. He's flying all over the place, beating up both Cesaro and Sheamus. Both guys are on their knees and Bryan is taking turns blasting both guys with "Yes!" kicks. A loud "Daniel Bryan" chant breaks out as Bryan continues to control the action. Bryan hits Cesaro repeatedly with European uppercuts as the fans again begin to chant for Daniel Bryan. Cesaro finally slows Bryan down and now his crazy, early-match-entry energy seems to have died down. A light "we want Lesnar" chant breaks out from his hometown fans in Minneapolis as Cesaro throws Bryan through one of the pods. The announcers point out that he went through it shoulder-first, noting that the shoulder that went through the pod was the heavily taped up, injured one. Meanwhile, Sheamus nails Cesaro with a big DDT on the steel floor. Bryan is still down selling the spot that saw him crash through the pod. Bryan is now in the ring and Sheamus is stomping away at him. A loud "let's go Cena" and "Cena sucks" dueling chant breaks out. The countdown clock strikes again. Entering the match this time is Christian. Christian comes in and immediately takes advantage of a grounded Bryan, stomping away at the shoulder that he helped injure at last Monday's RAW. Christian tears some of the bandages off of Bryan's arm and continues to focus his attack on the beat-up shoulder of D-Bry. Sheamus and Cesaro are still down and out on the outside of the ring as Christian beats up Bryan's shoulder some more. Sheamus finally re-enters the picture and goes after Christian. Outside of the ring, Christian goes for the Killswitch on Cesaro. Cesaro reverses and hits a running-powerbomb on Christian, slamming him back-first through one of the pods. Cesaro tries pinning Christian off of that spot, however Christian manages to kick out at two. Cesaro puts some of the plexiglass from the pod on Sheamus and then runs and smashes himself into it. Cesaro hits Sheamus with a big sidewalk-slam type of move on the steel floor. The countdown clock strikes again. Entering the match this time is John Cena. As soon as Cena comes out of his pod, Christian comes flying off the top and tries to splash him. Cena catches him and uses Christian as a battering ram, beating Cesaro with Christian's body. He throws Christian at Cesaro and they both go tumbling down. Bryan is back up and is firing up on offense, however Christian ends up catching him with the Killswitch. He tries pinning Bryan to eliminate him, however D-Bry kicks out at two. Meanwhile, Cena re-enters the picture. He slams Christian down and calls for the Five Knuckle Shuffle. Sheamus stops him from behind and hits him with his White Noise move. Sheamus tries pinning Cena, but Cena manages to kick out before the three-count. A "let's go Cena" and "Cena sucks" dueling chant breaks out. All of the guys are battling all over the place now, as there are bodies flying everywhere. Cesaro catches Cena with his trademark flying-European uppercut move. Not sure what to call it, but it's the spot where he launches Cena up in the air and catches him coming down with a big European uppercut. Cena goes for the Attitude Adjustment on Cesaro but Bryan stops him by blasting him with repated "Yes!" kicks. All of the guys are down now. The countdown clock strikes again. The buzzer sounds and now the WWE World Heavyweight Champion Randy Orton officially enters the match. Orton goes after all of the guys. The crowd starts chanting "boring" immediately after Orton got out of his pod. Orton keeps knocking everyone down. He acknowledges the "boring" chants and does his pose to taunt the fans. Orton sets Bryan up for his punt. Everyone ends up getting up at once. They all stop and look at Orton. Orton runs and locks himself back in his pod. Sheamus can't get to Orton now and he's pissed. Orton taunts him from inside the pod. The entire arena starts chanting "Pussy! Pussy!" at Orton. Sheamus turns and finally stops and realizes what everyone is already expecting. He hits the Brogue Kick into the pod and smashes it open. He grabs Orton and starts beating him up. Back in the ring, Cena goes for the Five Knuckle Shuffle on Bryan. Cesaro stops him. Orton ends up in the picture. Cesaro grabs Orton and starts doing the Cesaro Swing to him. He swung him a ton of times. According to Michael Cole it was 30 rotations. Bryan grabs Cesaro as soon as he finished the swinging, and dumped him on his neck with a big German suplex. Sheamus is now in the center of the ring, pounding his chest and calling for the Brogue Kick. Christian ducks and Sheamus blasts Cena with the Brogue Kick. Christian tries rolling Sheamus up for a pin after that, but Sheamus manages to kick out at two. Christian and Sheamus battle up to the top of one of the pods. Orton goes up after him. Orton nails Sheamus with a big slam off of the pod. Christian leaps and comes flying off the pod and splashes onto Sheamus. He pins him. 1-2-3. Christian has eliminated Sheamus. A light "this is awesome" chant breaks out. The doctors and trainers help get Sheamus out of the ring. Meanwhile, Orton gets Christian set up for his draping-DDT off the middle ropes. Christian ends up avoiding it. Bryan hits Christian out of nowhere with his running knee. He covers him -- 1-2-3. Daniel Bryan just eliminated Christian. We're down to just four guys in the match now -- Randy Orton, John Cena, Daniel Bryan and Cesaro. All four guys start to go at each other. When the smoke clears, Cena and Daniel Bryan are left alone and they notice each other. They slowly enter the ring and walk towards each other. Cena and Bryan start trading kicks. Now they trade punches. They're fighting back-and-forth, tooth-and-nail. Bryan goes for the Yes! Lock on Cena but Cena reverses it into a STF attempt. Bryan avoids it. Cena goes for the A.A. on Bryan, but Cesaro breaks that up with an incredible show of strength, suplexing them. Cena ends up hitting Cesaro with the A.A. over the top rope. Cesaro crashes onto the steel floor outside the ring. Cena yanks Cesaro back into the ring and immediately locks him in the STF. Cesaro taps out. John Cena has just eliminated Cesaro. We're down to just Randy Orton, John Cena and Daniel Bryan now. John Cena locks Orton in the STF and out of nowhere The Wyatt Family cut-in happens. The arena goes dark. When the lights come back on, all three members of The Wyatt Family are standing in the Chamber. They clean house of everyone and then set their sights on Cena. They brutalize Cena, one-by-one. Bray hits Cena with his Sister Abigail finisher. They all leave as the fans in Minneapolis chant "thank you Wyatt." Orton makes sure The Wyatt Family are gone and then slowly crawls over and pins Cena. 1-2-3. Randy Orton has just eliminated John Cena. The Wyatt Family hang around right outside of the Chamber until Kane comes down in his suit and yells at them and orders them to leave the ringside area. Bray smiles and laughs and The Wyatt Family make their way to the back. The doctors and trainers are helping Cena exit the ring. Kane is still standing there. Out of nowhere, Bryan comes off the top rope and blasts Kane with a knee to the side of the head. Bryan has Orton hanging upside down off the top rope. He runs all over the place and dives into him with kicks over and over again. The fans start loudly chanting "Daniel Bryan, Daniel Bryan." Bryan goes to the top rope. Orton grabs Bryan by his beard and then nails Bryan off the top-rope with his draping-DDT move. Orton goes for the RKO. Bryan reverses it and nails Bryan with the running knee. Bryan covers Orton. 1-2...Kane grabs the referee and stops him from counting to three. Bryan is distracted by Kane. Bryan turns around right into an RKO. Orton covers Bryan, 1-2 ...Bryan kicks out at two. The crowd explodes. Bryan rolls Orton up out of nowhere, 1-2....Orton kicks out at two. Kane ends up interfering again, setting up another immediate RKO by Orton. This time Orton pins Bryan and gets the 1-2-3. Randy Orton eliminates Daniel Bryan. Orton wins and retains his WWE World Heavyweight Championship. 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We see a shot of fans filing into the arena and then the camera swings from inside the arena over to the Kickoff Show expert panel. The panel for tonight's event consists of Mark Henry, The Miz and Rey Mysterio. Miz jokes about the new Kickoff Show set being a nice wedding gift. All three guys talk about which matches excite them most on tonight's card. A small "Sexual Chocolate" chant breaks out as Henry runs down his thoughts on some of the matches on tonight's card. The guys also talk about the tag-team division and how strong it is. Henry stumbles over his words pretty badly when running down his thoughts. We shoot over to the social media lounge, where Renee Young informs us how to interact via Twitter, etc. She reads some tweets from the "WWE Universe." She mentions that we should use the hashtag "#WWEChamber" to chat about the show on Twitter. Now we're back to the expert panel where Josh Mathews runs down the rules of the actual Elimination Chamber match itself. He then introduces some video packages highlighting the story lines surrounding Randy Orton and his WWE World Heavyweight Championship leading into the Chamber matchup tonight. The gang talks about how dangerous the Elimination Chamber match is. Once again, Henry is having an awful time trying to put coherent sentences together. The guys talk about who they feel the favorites are in tonight's Chamber match. We shoot backstage and Zeb Colter is giving The Real Americans a pep-talk. He tells them that tomorrow night they'll be able to say the Cesaro is the WWE World Heavyweight Champion and that Jack Swagger is the new WWE Intercontinental Champion. He finishes with the usual hand-over-your-heart speech. After that segment concludes, JBL's theme music hits and he makes his way out to the commentary table. The fans in Minneapolis give JBL a nice reception. As JBL makes his way to the announce booth, we see some video highlights detailing the history of the Batista and Alberto Del Rio feud. Another light "Sexual Chocolate" chant breaks out as the Batista-Del Rio video wraps up. Out next is Jerry Lawler. "The King" makes his way to the commentary table to a great reaction and a smattering of "Jerry, Jerry" chants. As he makes his way to ringside, a WWE Network video package airs. Once the WWE Network video finishes up, we shoot back live into the arena. At the commentary table at ringside, Michael Cole talks about how historic tomorrow night is with the official launch of the WWE Network. JBL and Jerry Lawler talk about how great a deal it is to purchase a WWE Network subscription. We get a closeup shot of Lawler on his iPad pointing out how easy it is to navigate through the WWE Network. He plays a clip of an old SummerSlam pay-per-view. Goldust & Cody Rhodes vs. Ryback & Curtis Axel (with Larry "The Axe" Hennig) Now that the WWE Network plugging is done, it's time for our Kickoff Show match of the evening. Goldust's theme music hits and out he comes with Cody Rhodes. They make their way to the ring as we get ready for the first match of the evening. After Goldust and Rhodes finish their entrance, Ryback's music hits and out he comes with Curtis Axel and Axel's grandfather, Larry "The Axe" Hennig, who is from the Minneapolis area. Hennig gets a nice pop and a decent "Larry, Larry" chant from the Minneapolis fans. The bell sounds and our first match is officially underway. The action is insanely fast-paced early on. Goldust ends up hitting a crazy dive out to the floor on Ryback and Axel. On that note, we head to a mid-match commercial. When we return from commercial, Ryback is pounding away on Goldust in the corner of the ring. Ryback stomps away at Goldust on the mat a bit and then tags Axel in. Axel picks up where Ryback left off. We see a shot of Larry Hennig watching on from outside the ring. Hennig has a big smile on his face as his grandson Curtis Axel continues to work over Goldust. Axel tags Ryback back into the ring. The two hit a double-team move on Goldust in their corner and then Axel heads back out to the apron. Ryback hoists Goldust up for a suplex and holds him up in the air for several seconds before slamming him down to the mat. He tags Axel back in. Goldust starts fighting back now as the crowd rallies behind him. Both guys double-clothesline each other down. Axel is able to get to his feet first and he makes the tag to Ryback. Ryback beats up Goldust a bit, but Goldust still has some fire left in him. He hits a huricanrana on Ryback and then sends Ryback over-the-top and out to the floor. Both guys make the tag to their respective partners. Rhodes takes the hot tag and is flying all over the place, beating Axel from one side of the ring to the other. Rhodes hits a big moonsault off-the-top on Axel. Rhodes hits an Alabama Slam on Axel. Ryback yanks Rhodes out to the floor but Rhodes hits his disaster kick. Rhodes jumps off the top-rope to come back into the ring. He was looking to connect on Axel with a missile dropkick but Axel caught him coming in and powerbombs him. All four guys get involved briefly, ending with Rhodes hitting the Cross Rhodes for the 1-2-3. The Rhodes Brothers get the win. Winners: Goldust & Cody Rhodes Byron Saxton Interviews The Usos Backstage, Byron Saxton introduces The Usos. The Usos talk about how their relatives have held the same exact WWE Tag-Team Championships that they are going to compete for tonight. They talk about how they respect The New Age Outlaws and everything they've accomplished, but tonight is a new era. They say they have two words for them, "it's over." Renee Young In The Social Media Lounge We go back to the social media lounge where Renee Young reads off some more tweets from the WWE Universe. Final Check-In With The Expert Panel We shoot back to the expert panel where Josh Mathews asks the guys for their predictions on tonight's Elimination Chamber match. Henry, Miz and Mysterio talk about some of the guys they think has the chance to win tonight before Mathews wraps up the Kickoff Show. We fade away and we're now just moments away from the start of the WWE Elimination Chamber pay-per-view! WWE Elimination Chamber 2014 The usual kick-ass video package airs to kick-off the pay-per-view portion of tonight's WWE Elimination Chamber 2014 event, which emanates live from Minneapolis, Minnesota. The focus of the video package is strongly centered around the WWE World Heavyweight Championship and Randy Orton, as well as "the face of WWE" stuff involving The Authority, and then the actual Elimination Chamber itself. The video package wraps up and the pyro explodes. Michael Cole welcomes us to the final pay-per-view stop on the road to WrestleMania XXX. He talks about the building in Minneapolis being sold out for tonight's show where we will determine the main event for WrestleMania. The bell rings and it's time to get right to the action. WWE Intercontinental Championship Big E. (c) vs. Jack Swagger (with Zeb Colter) Lilian Garcia announces that our opening contest is one fall and is for the WWE Intercontinental Championship. The Real Americans' theme music hits and out comes Jack Swagger and Zeb Colter. Colter asks for the music to be cut off. He talks about the "E" in "Big E." standing for "enough." He runs down Big E. some more as they make their way down the aisle and to the ring. He finishes with his "we the people" tag-line as we get a glimpse of the commentary team. Cole, JBL and Lawler talk about how ridiculous Colter's comments were as Big E.'s theme music hits. The WWE Intercontinental Champion makes his way to the ring as we are quickly introduced to the Spanish announce team for tonight. We see Colter giving some final advice to Swagger before the bell rings. The bell sounds now and our first PPV match of the evening is officially underway. Big E. muscles Swagger into the corner. The two break. He does it again and this time Swagger blasts Big E. in the mid-section with a big knee. Both guys hit the ropes and Big E. blasts Swagger with a big shoulder tackle. Swagger rolls out to the floor to recover. Colter tells Swagger to "do what we talked about." Swagger rolls back into the ring and starts firing away at Big E. with punches. Big E. reverses Swagger and hits him with a huge belly-to-belly suplex. And another. Big E. whips Swagger into the corner and once again Swagger rolls out to the floor. This time, however, BIg E. follows him out. Big E. bounces Swagger's head into the steel steps. Colter gets in Big E.'s face to distract him. The distraction almost works, but ultimately doesn't as Big E. reversed Swagger's cheap-shot attempt and threw him into the steps. Back in the ring. Swagger eventually starts to mount some offense. Swagger yanks Big E. off the apron and Big E. crashes shoulder-first onto the ground. Back in the ring, Swagger continues to work over Big E. Big E. tries to make a comeback, but when he comes off the ropes, Swagger blasts him with a big boot to the face. Swagger appears to be firmly in control of the I-C champ at this point. Both guys knock each other down and the referee begins his double-count. Swagger makes it back to his feet, as does Big E. Big E. charges after Swagger but Swagger moves and Big E. goes shoulder-first through the turnbuckle and smashes into the ring post. Swagger puts the boots to Big E. as a loud "we the people" chant breaks out. It gains momentum and now everyone in the building seems to be chanting it. Big E. starts fighting back with a couple of kicks. He follows those up with a few big clotheslines. Big E. seems to be gaining momentum until Swagger catches Big E. coming off the ropes with a big spinebuster. Swagger works over Big E. for a couple of seconds, but out of nowhere, Big E. spears Swagger through the ropes and the momentum was so great that both guys went out to the floor. Back in the ring, Big E. hits a big splash on Swagger for a near fall. Big E. goes to the top rope. Swagger cuts him off. Big E. knocks Swagger off. Swagger runs up and in one motion hits a belly-to-belly suplex off the top, ala Kurt Angle. Swagger nails Big E. with a big boot. Swagger locks BIg E. in the Patriot Lock submission hold. Big E. tries to escape but Swagger keeps it on. Finally, Big E. powers out of the hold. With both guys back on their feet, Big E. runs through Swagger. Big E. pulls the straps down, calling for the Big Ending. Before he can do anything, Swagger grabs his leg from the ground and re-applies the Patriot Lock. Big E. eventually escapes again and immediately counters and hits Swagger with his Big Ending finisher. 1-2-3. Big E. wins and retains the WWE Intercontinental Championship. Winner and STILL WWE Intercontinental Champion: Big E. After The Match: Bad News Barrett After the match ends, we see some highlights of what was actually a pretty good little match. As Big E. celebrates in the ring, Bad News Barrett pops up on hs podium. He tells us that he's afraid he's got some bad news for "us Americans." He talks about how Russia has won more gold medals than us in the Olympic games. He says we're going to have to wait for four years to do anything about it. He says Europe proves once again that they have superiority over Americans in sports. Hulk Hogan Return Hype A quick video package airs promoting Hulk Hogan's return to WWE on tomorrow night's RAW. A lot of the media attention his return announcement generated is shown, ending with a plug for his return on RAW. Byron Saxton Interviews Daniel Bryan Backstage, Byron Saxton is with Daniel Bryan. Bryan's shoulder is heavily taped up, as we saw clips from RAW and SmackDown of Kane injuring Bryan's shoulder were just shown. Saxton asks Bryan about tonight's match. Bryan asks a series of questions, all of which end with the answer "Yes!" The fans in the arena are popping and chanting "Yes!" with him. He finishes by leading them in a "Yes!" chant. WWE Tag-Team Championships The New Age Outlaws (c) vs. The Usos "Oh you didn't know?" Road Dogg and Billy Gunn make their way to the ring. Road Dogg does his usual thing on the mic. It's almost time for tonight's WWE Tag-Team Championship match. After Road Dogg finishes up his usual stuff, The Usos music hits and they make their way to the ring. The bell sounds and our second PPV match of the evening is officially underway. Billy Gunn starts things off with Jimmy Uso. Gunn is getting the better of Jimmy early on. Gunn continues to get the better of Jimmy as the fans try and rally behind The Usos with "Us-O" chants. Jimmy starts using his speed and it helps him get the upper-hand on Gunn. The Usos both end up in the ring with Gunn and Road Dogg out on the floor. The Usos run to do their usual dive, but Road Dogg and Gunn cleverly get out of the way. Road Dogg is the legal man for the New Age Outlaws now and Jey Uso immediately starts working him over. Uso mocks Road Dogg's juke-and-jive type punch-spot. Road Dogg ends up taking out the leg of Jey and now The Outlaws are back in control of the offensive flow of the contest. Road Dogg messes with Jimmy on the apron and then mocks them with a strut. Road Dogg throws Jey out to the floor and Gunn beats him up some outside of the ring. Road Dogg tags Gunn back into the match. Road Dogg yells "that's old school, punk!" He screwed up with that one, because as soon as the Minneapolis fans heard the word "punk" they immediately broke out into a defeaning "CM Punk, CM Punk" chant. Meanwhile, Road Dogg is back in the ring as the legal man now and has Uso on the mat in a headlock. Gunn tags back in, but Uso makes the tag to Jimmy. Jimmy Uso takes the hot tag and is now hitting anything that moves. Road Dogg and Gunn join up outside the ring to regain their composure. Jimmy flies over the top and hits a big splash on The Outlaws on the floor. Back in the ring, Uso and Gunn are the legal men. After some interference, Gunn is able to roll Uso up out of nowhere for the pinfall. 1-2-3. The New Age Outlaws retain the gold. Winners and STILL WWE Tag-Team Champions: The New Age Outlaws After The Match: Bad News Barrett Part 2 After the match, Bad News Barrett pops up again. His podium doesn't raise this time, however, leading Barrett to point out that he's down at our level to deliver some bad news to Daniel Bryan fans. He says that Bryan won't be winning the WWE World Heavyweight Championship tonight, and because the fans are fickle fans they'll turn on him and start chanting "No! No! No!" again. They boo him and that's pretty much it for that segment. WWE Network Tutorial The announce team run down another WWE Network tutorial. They have Lawler again demonstrate via his iPad how easy the WWE Network is to navigate. As they're running down the plug, the fans in Minneapolis break out into another "CM Punk, CM Punk" chant. Darren Young vs. Titus O'Neil After the Network tutorial is done, Darren Young's theme music hits. He comes out to pretty much no reaction as video highlights are shown breaking down the history of the Darren Young and Titus O'Neil feud. After the video is finished playing, Titus O'Neil's theme music hits and he makes his way down to the ring. The ref has to hold Young back inside the ring as O'Neil makes his entrance, as Young is ready to get at him. The bell sounds and the two aggressively lock up. The guys struggle in a lock up, pushing and pulling each other all over the ring. The ref breaks them up, but during the break up, O'Neil hits Young with a cheap shot. A loud "we want Lesnar" chant breaks out as O'Neil continues to use his superior power to manhandle Young. Young catches O'Neil with a big right hand out of nowhere, and then follows it up with a dropkick to the legs of O'Neil. Young knocks O'Neil out to the floor and follows him out to continue the beatdown on the floor. Back in the ring, Young comes off the top-rope and nails O'Neil with a flying clothesline for a near fall. O'Neil ends up launching Young out of nowhere over the top rope. O'Neil follows Young out to the floor. He picks him up in a body slam position and smashes him back-first into the ring post a few times. He rolls Young back in the ring and tries to pin him, but Young manages to kick out at two. O'Neil slaps on a bear-hug to Young and is squeezing away at the back he just worked on outside the ring. Young breaks free and climbs to the middle rope. He comes off looking for a cross-body splash, but O'Neil catches him and slams him down. O'Neil puts Young in an abdominal stretch. Young tries fighting his way out of it. O'Neil slams Young back-first into the turnbuckle. A light "we want Ziggler" chant breaks out as both guys knock each other down to the mat. Young is firing up on offense for a comeback, but the crowd is absolutely flat for it. They seem like they couldn't care less about Young for most of this match. Regardles of the crowd being hot for Young's little comeback attempt or not, O'Neil cuts it short. O'Neil simply blasts Young with his Clash Of The Titus finisher. 1-2-3. That's all she wrote. Titus O'Neil wins. Winner: Titus O'Neil After The Match: Bad News Barrett Part 3 Bad News Barrett pops up after the match. He taps on his little podium and tells us that he's afraid he's got some bad news. He said it was announced on Friday that "The Immortal" Hulk Hogan will be returning to WWE and will be hosting WrestleMania XXX. Barrett says his limelight will be dim compared to the charisma and ability of Bad News Barrett. He thanks us very much. Checking In With The Expert Panel After the third Bad News Barrett segment of the evening, we shoot back to the Elimination Chamber expert panel. Mathews introduces each guy individually. They all talk about some of the matches on tonight's card. Mathews wraps up by introducing a video package highlighting the history of The Wyatt Family and Shield feud. That six-man tag-team match is up next. The Shield vs. The Wyatt Family After the video package, The Shield make their way to the ring through the crowd as usual. Out next is The Wyatt Family. When the lights come back on and The Wyatt's are at ringside, the fans immediately break out in a loud "this is awesome" chant before anything even happens. This does feel big, by the way. The Wyatt Family finally enter the ring, where The Shield are standing. All six guys stand across from each other. A loud "let's go Wyatt" and "let's go Shield" dueling chant breaks out. The Shield and The Wyatt Family all clash and the crowd erupts. The Wyatt Family duck out the back door and The Shield stand tall in the ring. As The Wyatt Family stands outside the ring, another incredibly loud "let's go Wyatt's" and "let's go Shield" dueling chant breaks out. Finally the bell rings and Seth Rollins and Erick Rowan start things off. Rollins gets Rowan in The Shield corner and tags in Roman Reigns.Reigns stomps away at Rowan a bit and tags Rollins back in. Rowan ends up rag-dolling Rollins across the ring. He tags Luke Harper in. Luke Harper manhandles Rollins a bit and now he has him in The Wyatt Family corner. Harper tags Bray Wyatt in. Wyatt enters the ring and stomps away at Rollins. Rollins makes it to his corner and tags in Roman Reigns. The crowd explodes as they realize we're about to see Reigns and Wyatt clash in the ring. Reigns slowly approaches Wyatt as Wyatt has a big ass smile on his face. Reigns bullies Wyatt into the corner and starts firing away with punches. Wyatt blasts Reigns back with a big shot of his own. Reigns knocks Wyatt down. Wyatt gets back up and goes back to work on Reigns. Wyatt knocks Reigns down and tags Harper back into the match. Harper grabs Reigns and goes for a suplex. He tries three times to get him up, but Reigns blocks it each time. Reigns counters and nails Harper with a suplex of his own. Reigns tags Dean Ambrose in. Ambrose fires away at Harper with punches in The Shield corner of the ring. Ambrose tags in Rollins. All three members hit a big sopt together. Reigns tags in and beats up Harper for just a second or two before tagging Ambrose back in. Ambrose blasts Harper with a big clothesline for a near fall. Ambrose tags Rollins back in. Rollins headbutts Harper in the mid-section and quickly tags back out. Ambrose takes the tag and he picks up where Rollins left off with Harper. The Shield are utilizing quick tags to keep a fresh guy on a beaten down Harper. Out of nowhere, Harper throws a huge dropkick and floors Ambrose. Harper tags Wyatt back in. Wyatt comes in and goes right to work on Ambrose with punches in the corner. Wyatt beats up Ambrose for a few more seconds and then tags in Rowan. Rowan picks up where Wyatt left off with Ambrose. The Wyatt Family seems to be doing the same thing with Ambrose that The Shield did with Harper a few minutes ago. An insanely loud "let's go Wyatt's" and "let's go Shield" dueling chant breaks out again. The crowd is really, really hot for this big six-man tag-team match. Meanwhile, The Wyatt Family continues to utilize quick-tags to keep fresh guys on a beaten up Ambrose. Harper nails Ambrose with a big suplex for a near fall. Ambrose is finally able to make a tag to Rollins. Rollins comes in and uses his speed to fly all over the place on Harper. Rollins goes to the top-rope. Rowan tries to knock Rollins off but Rollins hits him with a kick from the top rope. The distraction was enough for Harper to go up after Rollins. Both guys are on the top rope now. Harper goes for a belly-to-back suplex off the top but Rollins flips through and lands on his feet. Awesome. Rollins flies out to the floor on one of The Wyatt Family guys. I didn't catch who. The crowd breaks out into a loud "this is awesome" chant. Out on the floor, Rollins is down with Bray Wyatt stalking him. Bray runs, jumps and lands with his own back on Rollins' body. Wyatt rolls Rollins back in the ring and tries to pin him, but Rollins manages to kick out at two. Another loud "let's go Wyatt's" and "let's go Shield" chant breaks out. The crowd atmosphere in the Target Center in Minneapolis for this six-man tag-team match is off-the-charts awesome. Rowan is the legal man in the ring now and he continues to deliver the punishment to Rollins. Rowan tags Harper back in and the two doule-team Rollins before Rowan heads back to the apron. Harper hits Rollins with a hard slap across the face. Harper blasts Rollins with some European uppercuts in the corner. He runs and blasts Rollins with a clothesline in the corner. Wyatt yells at Harper to tag him in. Harper does. Wyatt drops a big headbutt on Rollins on the mat. We see a closeup shot of Roman Reigns intensely looking on as Rollins tries fighting back with punches. Bray gets Rollins in the Wyatt Family corner and pummels him some more. He whips him into the opposite corner. Rollins hops up to the middle rope. When he comes off, however, Bray catches him by the throat and slams him down to the mat with a big chokeslam. Bray drags Rollins lifeless body into The Wyatt Family corner and tags in Harper. Harper stomps away at Rollins and then goes over to taunt Reigns. A loud "this is awesome" chant breaks out. Rollins hops up out of the blue and nails Harper with a big spinning kick. Rollins used that opportunity to make the tag. He tags in Roman Reigns and the crowd explodes. Reigns takes the hot tag and is clearing house of all of The Wyatt Family members. Reigns hits a big move on Harper for a near fall but Bray runs in to break up the pin attempt. Ambrose runs in and knocks Bray down for interfering. Harper does a big dive out to the floor. Rollins follows up with a jumping flip dive out to the floor of his own. Back in the ring, Reigns and Rowan are having a knockdown, drag-out fight. We see some replays of all the dives that just happened. Rollins clears off the Spanish announce table. Bray nails Rollins from behind. Some of the guys are fighting in the crowd, some are fighting on the floor and Reigns and Rowan are still in the ring trading haymakers. Rowan throws Reigns shoulder-first into the ring post from inside the ring. Rowan hits the ropes but Reigns catches him coming off the ropes with a flying clothesline. We see Harper and Rollins fighting near the Spanish announce table. Bray comes over to double-team Rollins with Harper. Now the guys are clearing off the U.S. announce table as well. Back in the ring, we see Reigns and Rowan still duking it out. Rowan hits Reigns with a fall-away slam that sends Reigns out to the floor. Now we're looking at Harper and Rowan standing on top of the U.S. announce table with Rollins. They double-chokeslam him all the way over to -- and through -- the Spanish announce table. Cue the "holy sh*t" chants. We see Reigns crawling in the ring by himself. Rowan enters the ring. Bray hops up on the apron. Harper does as well. Reigns is by himself with all three members of The Wyatt Family approaching him. Reigns runs at Bray and knocks him down but Harper and Rowan jump on him from behind. Rowan throws Reigns into Harper, where Harper greets him with a big boot. The three-on-one attack on Reigns continues. Bray does his leaning backwards scream in the corner. Bray goes for Sister Abigail on Reigns, but Reigns uses pure strength to slowly peel the arms of Bray off of him. Reigns blasts Bray with a Samoan Drop. Reigns nails The Wyatt Family guys with Superman punches. He's taking all three guys out by himself now. Reigns sets Bray up for the spear. Harper runs in and Reigns nails him with the spear. This allows Bray to run over and blast Reigns. Bray picks Reigns up and hits him with his Sister Abigail finisher. 1-2-3. The Wyatt Family wins. Winners: The Wyatt Family Renee Young Interviews Christian Backstage, Renee Young catches up with Christian. She points out that he was the only person who didn't beat Randy Orton in singles matches on RAW and/or SmackDown leading into tonight's Elimination Chamber pay-per-view. Christian says none of that matters because no one will remember those matches when he wins the Elimination Chamber tonight and becomes the new WWE World Heavyweight Champion. He dares everyone to underestimate him. WWE Divas Championship AJ Lee (c) vs. Cameron AJ Lee's music hits and out she comes with Tamina Snuka. She gets on the mic and talks abuot how she's been our Divas Champion for 252 days. She said she's the longest-reigning Divas Champion in history. She tells us it's okay to cheer. She says she doesn't know who her opponent is tonight, but it doesn't matter because she's going to win. She mocks Naomi for getting her face broken. The Funkadactyls music hits to cut her off. Cameron makes her way to the ring as Michael Cole explains the situation with Naomi, which AJ was referring to a few seconds ago. The bell sounds and our WWE Divas Championship match is officially underway. The announcers talk about how Cameron has improved in the ring over the past several months. They promote the return of Total Divas on E! next month. Meanwhile, Cameron is getting the better of AJ Lee early on. The announcers continue to put over The Wyatt Family vs. Shield match that just ended as AJ Lee starts to fight back. The WWE Divas Champion is in control of this one now as the announcers continue to talk about The Wyatt Family and The Shield. AJ Lee skips around and the fans pop. Cameron rolls AJ up out of nowhere but AJ manages to kick out at two and a half. Cameron nails AJ with a dropkick while AJ was on her knees. Cameron hits AJ with a Lou Thesz-press and screaches as she punches away at AJ. The fight spills out to the floor as a loud "CM Punk" chant breaks out and quickly dies down. AJ grabs Cameron's pom-poms and dances around. Tamina goes to blast Cameron with a big kick, but Cameron moves and she accidentally hits AJ instead. Cameron rolls AJ into the ring and tries to capitalize by pinning her. Tamina runs over and breaks up the pin attempt. Tamina pulls Cameron out of the ring and beats her up. The referee calls for the bell. Lilian Garcia announces Cameron the winner by disqualification. After a long pause, she continues, "however, but still WWE Divas Champion, AJ Lee!" AJ's music hits and she and Tamina leave together while AJ holds her face selling the kick that Tamina accidentally blasted her with. Winner and STILL WWE Divas Champion: AJ Lee After The Match: Bad News Barrett Part 4 Bad News Barrett comes out again. He addresses the fact that his podium isn't raising anymore. He says that gives him more time to deliver some bad news. He talks about the WWE Network. He says there will be so much great content that people won't be able to turn it off. Because of that, adults will lose their jobs and kids will get kicked out of school. He talks a little more trash and that ends another Bad News Barrett segment, our fourth of the evening. Backstage Segment: Santino, Emma, Los Matadores & El Torito and The Great Khali Backstage, Santino Marella is playing with some WWE toys. Emma walks up. She asks if he's playing with toys. He tries denying it. The Great Khali, Los Matadores and El Torito walk up. They all babble with one another about the toys. Long story short, they all start playing with the toys. Batista vs. Alberto Del Rio After the goofy backstage segment with the toys ends, we hear Batista's theme music. "The Animal" makes his way to the ring. During his entrance, we see video highlights chronicling the history of the Batista and Alberto Del Rio feud. JBL gets his first "Mexico's greatest export" reference out of the way during the video package. The video ends and we see Batista in the ring waiting for his opponent. Alberto Del Rio's music hits and he makes his way out with a neck brace and crutches, in his street clothes. As Del Rio limps his way to the ring with crutches, JBL gets his second "Mexico's greatest export" line out of the way. Del Rio gets on the mic and talks about how Batista attacked him two weeks ago. He said because of that, he is not going to be able to compete tonight. Del Rio then drops the mic and cheap shots Batista with the crutch. He tears his street clothes off to reveal that he was wearing his ring gear all along. He continues to beat down Batista with the crutch. He takes the neck brace off as JBL drops his third "Mexico's greatest export" references. The fans chant for Del Rio attacking Batista and then break out into a "Si! Si! Si!" chant, the Spanish version of "Yes! Yes! Yes!" The ref calls for the bell and Batista goes after Del Rio. The crowd boo's the hell out of Batista. Everytime Batista hits Del Rio, the crowd boo's. Everytime Del Rio hits Batista, they cheer. The fans start chanting "Boo-Tista" over and over again. The announcers acknowledge the crowd reaction. Meanwhile, JBL drops his fourth "Mexico's greatest export" reference. The crowd passionately chants "Daniel Bryan" again. Now they break out to an even louder "CM Punk" Chant. I think they're making it pretty clear that they want no part of Batista in the WrestleMania main event. The match continues, but the crowd is ignoring almost everything that they're doing. They're boo'ing Batista with a red-hot passion and chanting for random people. So far they've chanted "Boo-Tista" and chanted for guys such as Daniel Bryan, CM Punk, Chris Jericho, Rob Van Dam and Brock Lesnar. Batista is finally starting to mount a bit of an offensive comeback. Anytime he does anything remotely resembling offense, the crowd boo's the living crap out of him. At the same time, they are cheering for anything Del Rio does just to further show how much they hate Batista. They break out into another "Si! Si! Si!" chant as Del Rio goes to the top. Del Rio misses a big splash. Batista fires up and the crowd boo's him insanely loud for it. Batista goes for the Batista Bomb and the crowd erupts with boo's. Del Rio slides out the back door and avoids it, to which the crowd popped for enormously. Del Rio winds up for the super kick, leading the fans in a "Si! Si! Si!" chant, but Batista avoids it. The crowd boo's. Batista immediately counters into a Batista Bomb. The crowd boo's. He hits it. The crowd boo's. He pins Del Rio. 1-2-3. Batista wins. The crowd boo's. Winner: Batista WWE World Heavyweight Championship Elimination Chamber Match John Cena vs. Christian vs. Randy Orton (c) vs. Daniel Bryan vs. Cesaro vs. Sheamus John Cena comes out to his usual mixed-bag reaction from the fans. Out next is Christian. Then the WWE World Heavyweight Champion Randy Orton makes his way out to the ring. Each guy enters their chamber, by the way, as soon as they get in the ring. Out next is Daniel Bryan. The next two men, who will be starting the match off, are Cesaro and Sheamus (who come out in that order). The referee holds both the WWE Titles up to show everyone what they are fighting for. Sheamus and Cesaro are the first two to start off the Elimination Chamber match. Cesaro gets Sheamus down early and starts stomping away at him. Shemus rolls out of the ring and onto the metal flooring. Cesaro goes out after him, but Sheamus ends up clotheslining Cesaro back in the ring. Sheamus blasts Cesaro with a big European uppercut. The fans break out in a random "we the people" chant. Cesaro comes off the ropes and Sheamus catches him with a big shoulder tackle. Sheamus goes for a pin, but Cesaro kicks out at two. Sheamus goes for his arm-pound spot with Cesaro draped across the ropes, but Cesaro starts headbutting him backwards. Sheamus regains his composure, however, and ends up pounding away at the chest of Cesaro anyway. Sheamus goes to suplex Cesaro back into the ring but Cesaro blocks it. They end up outside the ring and Cesaro rams Sheamus shoulder-first into the ring post. Cesaro takes Sheamus where he wants him and takes a moment to taunt Orton. Cesaro gets Sheamus into the corner of the ring in front of Cena's chamber. Cesaro again takes a moment, this time to taunt Cena. A light "Ce-sar-o" chant breaks out as he continues to pummel Sheamus in the corner of the ring. The countdown clock hits and here we go. The first person to exit their chamber and join the match is Daniel Bryan. The crowd explodes and immediately breaks out into "Yes!" chants. Bryan, who don't forget, has his shoulder heavily taped up to sell the attacks from this past week, is a ball of energy. He's flying all over the place, beating up both Cesaro and Sheamus. Both guys are on their knees and Bryan is taking turns blasting both guys with "Yes!" kicks. A loud "Daniel Bryan" chant breaks out as Bryan continues to control the action. Bryan hits Cesaro repeatedly with European uppercuts as the fans again begin to chant for Daniel Bryan. Cesaro finally slows Bryan down and now his crazy, early-match-entry energy seems to have died down. A light "we want Lesnar" chant breaks out from his hometown fans in Minneapolis as Cesaro throws Bryan through one of the pods. The announcers point out that he went through it shoulder-first, noting that the shoulder that went through the pod was the heavily taped up, injured one. Meanwhile, Sheamus nails Cesaro with a big DDT on the steel floor. Bryan is still down selling the spot that saw him crash through the pod. Bryan is now in the ring and Sheamus is stomping away at him. A loud "let's go Cena" and "Cena sucks" dueling chant breaks out. The countdown clock strikes again. Entering the match this time is Christian. Christian comes in and immediately takes advantage of a grounded Bryan, stomping away at the shoulder that he helped injure at last Monday's RAW. Christian tears some of the bandages off of Bryan's arm and continues to focus his attack on the beat-up shoulder of D-Bry. Sheamus and Cesaro are still down and out on the outside of the ring as Christian beats up Bryan's shoulder some more. Sheamus finally re-enters the picture and goes after Christian. Outside of the ring, Christian goes for the Killswitch on Cesaro. Cesaro reverses and hits a running-powerbomb on Christian, slamming him back-first through one of the pods. Cesaro tries pinning Christian off of that spot, however Christian manages to kick out at two. Cesaro puts some of the plexiglass from the pod on Sheamus and then runs and smashes himself into it. Cesaro hits Sheamus with a big sidewalk-slam type of move on the steel floor. The countdown clock strikes again. Entering the match this time is John Cena. As soon as Cena comes out of his pod, Christian comes flying off the top and tries to splash him. Cena catches him and uses Christian as a battering ram, beating Cesaro with Christian's body. He throws Christian at Cesaro and they both go tumbling down. Bryan is back up and is firing up on offense, however Christian ends up catching him with the Killswitch. He tries pinning Bryan to eliminate him, however D-Bry kicks out at two. Meanwhile, Cena re-enters the picture. He slams Christian down and calls for the Five Knuckle Shuffle. Sheamus stops him from behind and hits him with his White Noise move. Sheamus tries pinning Cena, but Cena manages to kick out before the three-count. A "let's go Cena" and "Cena sucks" dueling chant breaks out. All of the guys are battling all over the place now, as there are bodies flying everywhere. Cesaro catches Cena with his trademark flying-European uppercut move. Not sure what to call it, but it's the spot where he launches Cena up in the air and catches him coming down with a big European uppercut. Cena goes for the Attitude Adjustment on Cesaro but Bryan stops him by blasting him with repated "Yes!" kicks. All of the guys are down now. The countdown clock strikes again. The buzzer sounds and now the WWE World Heavyweight Champion Randy Orton officially enters the match. Orton goes after all of the guys. The crowd starts chanting "boring" immediately after Orton got out of his pod. Orton keeps knocking everyone down. He acknowledges the "boring" chants and does his pose to taunt the fans. Orton sets Bryan up for his punt. Everyone ends up getting up at once. They all stop and look at Orton. Orton runs and locks himself back in his pod. Sheamus can't get to Orton now and he's pissed. Orton taunts him from inside the pod. The entire arena starts chanting "Pussy! Pussy!" at Orton. Sheamus turns and finally stops and realizes what everyone is already expecting. He hits the Brogue Kick into the pod and smashes it open. He grabs Orton and starts beating him up. Back in the ring, Cena goes for the Five Knuckle Shuffle on Bryan. Cesaro stops him. Orton ends up in the picture. Cesaro grabs Orton and starts doing the Cesaro Swing to him. He swung him a ton of times. According to Michael Cole it was 30 rotations. Bryan grabs Cesaro as soon as he finished the swinging, and dumped him on his neck with a big German suplex. Sheamus is now in the center of the ring, pounding his chest and calling for the Brogue Kick. Christian ducks and Sheamus blasts Cena with the Brogue Kick. Christian tries rolling Sheamus up for a pin after that, but Sheamus manages to kick out at two. Christian and Sheamus battle up to the top of one of the pods. Orton goes up after him. Orton nails Sheamus with a big slam off of the pod. Christian leaps and comes flying off the pod and splashes onto Sheamus. He pins him. 1-2-3. Christian has eliminated Sheamus. A light "this is awesome" chant breaks out. The doctors and trainers help get Sheamus out of the ring. Meanwhile, Orton gets Christian set up for his draping-DDT off the middle ropes. Christian ends up avoiding it. Bryan hits Christian out of nowhere with his running knee. He covers him -- 1-2-3. Daniel Bryan just eliminated Christian. We're down to just four guys in the match now -- Randy Orton, John Cena, Daniel Bryan and Cesaro. All four guys start to go at each other. When the smoke clears, Cena and Daniel Bryan are left alone and they notice each other. They slowly enter the ring and walk towards each other. Cena and Bryan start trading kicks. Now they trade punches. They're fighting back-and-forth, tooth-and-nail. Bryan goes for the Yes! Lock on Cena but Cena reverses it into a STF attempt. Bryan avoids it. Cena goes for the A.A. on Bryan, but Cesaro breaks that up with an incredible show of strength, suplexing them. Cena ends up hitting Cesaro with the A.A. over the top rope. Cesaro crashes onto the steel floor outside the ring. Cena yanks Cesaro back into the ring and immediately locks him in the STF. Cesaro taps out. John Cena has just eliminated Cesaro. We're down to just Randy Orton, John Cena and Daniel Bryan now. John Cena locks Orton in the STF and out of nowhere The Wyatt Family cut-in happens. The arena goes dark. When the lights come back on, all three members of The Wyatt Family are standing in the Chamber. They clean house of everyone and then set their sights on Cena. They brutalize Cena, one-by-one. Bray hits Cena with his Sister Abigail finisher. They all leave as the fans in Minneapolis chant "thank you Wyatt." Orton makes sure The Wyatt Family are gone and then slowly crawls over and pins Cena. 1-2-3. Randy Orton has just eliminated John Cena. The Wyatt Family hang around right outside of the Chamber until Kane comes down in his suit and yells at them and orders them to leave the ringside area. Bray smiles and laughs and The Wyatt Family make their way to the back. The doctors and trainers are helping Cena exit the ring. Kane is still standing there. Out of nowhere, Bryan comes off the top rope and blasts Kane with a knee to the side of the head. Bryan has Orton hanging upside down off the top rope. He runs all over the place and dives into him with kicks over and over again. The fans start loudly chanting "Daniel Bryan, Daniel Bryan." Bryan goes to the top rope. Orton grabs Bryan by his beard and then nails Bryan off the top-rope with his draping-DDT move. Orton goes for the RKO. Bryan reverses it and nails Bryan with the running knee. Bryan covers Orton. 1-2...Kane grabs the referee and stops him from counting to three. Bryan is distracted by Kane. Bryan turns around right into an RKO. Orton covers Bryan, 1-2 ...Bryan kicks out at two. The crowd explodes. Bryan rolls Orton up out of nowhere, 1-2....Orton kicks out at two. Kane ends up interfering again, setting up another immediate RKO by Orton. This time Orton pins Bryan and gets the 1-2-3. Randy Orton eliminates Daniel Bryan. Orton wins and retains his WWE World Heavyweight Championship. Winner and STILL WWE World Heavyweight Champion: Randy Orton
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We see a shot of fans filing into the arena and then the camera swings from inside the arena over to the Kickoff Show expert panel. The panel for tonight's event consists of Mark Henry, The Miz and Rey Mysterio. Miz jokes about the new Kickoff Show set being a nice wedding gift. All three guys talk about which matches excite them most on tonight's card. A small "Sexual Chocolate" chant breaks out as Henry runs down his thoughts on some of the matches on tonight's card. The guys also talk about the tag-team division and how strong it is. Henry stumbles over his words pretty badly when running down his thoughts. We shoot over to the social media lounge, where Renee Young informs us how to interact via Twitter, etc. She reads some tweets from the "WWE Universe." She mentions that we should use the hashtag "#WWEChamber" to chat about the show on Twitter. Now we're back to the expert panel where Josh Mathews runs down the rules of the actual Elimination Chamber match itself. He then introduces some video packages highlighting the story lines surrounding Randy Orton and his WWE World Heavyweight Championship leading into the Chamber matchup tonight. The gang talks about how dangerous the Elimination Chamber match is. Once again, Henry is having an awful time trying to put coherent sentences together. The guys talk about who they feel the favorites are in tonight's Chamber match. We shoot backstage and Zeb Colter is giving The Real Americans a pep-talk. He tells them that tomorrow night they'll be able to say the Cesaro is the WWE World Heavyweight Champion and that Jack Swagger is the new WWE Intercontinental Champion. He finishes with the usual hand-over-your-heart speech. After that segment concludes, JBL's theme music hits and he makes his way out to the commentary table. The fans in Minneapolis give JBL a nice reception. As JBL makes his way to the announce booth, we see some video highlights detailing the history of the Batista and Alberto Del Rio feud. Another light "Sexual Chocolate" chant breaks out as the Batista-Del Rio video wraps up. Out next is Jerry Lawler. "The King" makes his way to the commentary table to a great reaction and a smattering of "Jerry, Jerry" chants. As he makes his way to ringside, a WWE Network video package airs. Once the WWE Network video finishes up, we shoot back live into the arena. At the commentary table at ringside, Michael Cole talks about how historic tomorrow night is with the official launch of the WWE Network. JBL and Jerry Lawler talk about how great a deal it is to purchase a WWE Network subscription. We get a closeup shot of Lawler on his iPad pointing out how easy it is to navigate through the WWE Network. He plays a clip of an old SummerSlam pay-per-view. Goldust & Cody Rhodes vs. Ryback & Curtis Axel (with Larry "The Axe" Hennig) Now that the WWE Network plugging is done, it's time for our Kickoff Show match of the evening. Goldust's theme music hits and out he comes with Cody Rhodes. They make their way to the ring as we get ready for the first match of the evening. After Goldust and Rhodes finish their entrance, Ryback's music hits and out he comes with Curtis Axel and Axel's grandfather, Larry "The Axe" Hennig, who is from the Minneapolis area. Hennig gets a nice pop and a decent "Larry, Larry" chant from the Minneapolis fans. The bell sounds and our first match is officially underway. The action is insanely fast-paced early on. Goldust ends up hitting a crazy dive out to the floor on Ryback and Axel. On that note, we head to a mid-match commercial. When we return from commercial, Ryback is pounding away on Goldust in the corner of the ring. Ryback stomps away at Goldust on the mat a bit and then tags Axel in. Axel picks up where Ryback left off. We see a shot of Larry Hennig watching on from outside the ring. Hennig has a big smile on his face as his grandson Curtis Axel continues to work over Goldust. Axel tags Ryback back into the ring. The two hit a double-team move on Goldust in their corner and then Axel heads back out to the apron. Ryback hoists Goldust up for a suplex and holds him up in the air for several seconds before slamming him down to the mat. He tags Axel back in. Goldust starts fighting back now as the crowd rallies behind him. Both guys double-clothesline each other down. Axel is able to get to his feet first and he makes the tag to Ryback. Ryback beats up Goldust a bit, but Goldust still has some fire left in him. He hits a huricanrana on Ryback and then sends Ryback over-the-top and out to the floor. Both guys make the tag to their respective partners. Rhodes takes the hot tag and is flying all over the place, beating Axel from one side of the ring to the other. Rhodes hits a big moonsault off-the-top on Axel. Rhodes hits an Alabama Slam on Axel. Ryback yanks Rhodes out to the floor but Rhodes hits his disaster kick. Rhodes jumps off the top-rope to come back into the ring. He was looking to connect on Axel with a missile dropkick but Axel caught him coming in and powerbombs him. All four guys get involved briefly, ending with Rhodes hitting the Cross Rhodes for the 1-2-3. The Rhodes Brothers get the win. Winners: Goldust & Cody Rhodes Byron Saxton Interviews The Usos Backstage, Byron Saxton introduces The Usos. The Usos talk about how their relatives have held the same exact WWE Tag-Team Championships that they are going to compete for tonight. They talk about how they respect The New Age Outlaws and everything they've accomplished, but tonight is a new era. They say they have two words for them, "it's over." Renee Young In The Social Media Lounge We go back to the social media lounge where Renee Young reads off some more tweets from the WWE Universe. Final Check-In With The Expert Panel We shoot back to the expert panel where Josh Mathews asks the guys for their predictions on tonight's Elimination Chamber match. Henry, Miz and Mysterio talk about some of the guys they think has the chance to win tonight before Mathews wraps up the Kickoff Show. We fade away and we're now just moments away from the start of the WWE Elimination Chamber pay-per-view! WWE Elimination Chamber 2014 The usual kick-ass video package airs to kick-off the pay-per-view portion of tonight's WWE Elimination Chamber 2014 event, which emanates live from Minneapolis, Minnesota. The focus of the video package is strongly centered around the WWE World Heavyweight Championship and Randy Orton, as well as "the face of WWE" stuff involving The Authority, and then the actual Elimination Chamber itself. The video package wraps up and the pyro explodes. Michael Cole welcomes us to the final pay-per-view stop on the road to WrestleMania XXX. He talks about the building in Minneapolis being sold out for tonight's show where we will determine the main event for WrestleMania. The bell rings and it's time to get right to the action. WWE Intercontinental Championship Big E. (c) vs. Jack Swagger (with Zeb Colter) Lilian Garcia announces that our opening contest is one fall and is for the WWE Intercontinental Championship. The Real Americans' theme music hits and out comes Jack Swagger and Zeb Colter. Colter asks for the music to be cut off. He talks about the "E" in "Big E." standing for "enough." He runs down Big E. some more as they make their way down the aisle and to the ring. He finishes with his "we the people" tag-line as we get a glimpse of the commentary team. Cole, JBL and Lawler talk about how ridiculous Colter's comments were as Big E.'s theme music hits. The WWE Intercontinental Champion makes his way to the ring as we are quickly introduced to the Spanish announce team for tonight. We see Colter giving some final advice to Swagger before the bell rings. The bell sounds now and our first PPV match of the evening is officially underway. Big E. muscles Swagger into the corner. The two break. He does it again and this time Swagger blasts Big E. in the mid-section with a big knee. Both guys hit the ropes and Big E. blasts Swagger with a big shoulder tackle. Swagger rolls out to the floor to recover. Colter tells Swagger to "do what we talked about." Swagger rolls back into the ring and starts firing away at Big E. with punches. Big E. reverses Swagger and hits him with a huge belly-to-belly suplex. And another. Big E. whips Swagger into the corner and once again Swagger rolls out to the floor. This time, however, BIg E. follows him out. Big E. bounces Swagger's head into the steel steps. Colter gets in Big E.'s face to distract him. The distraction almost works, but ultimately doesn't as Big E. reversed Swagger's cheap-shot attempt and threw him into the steps. Back in the ring. Swagger eventually starts to mount some offense. Swagger yanks Big E. off the apron and Big E. crashes shoulder-first onto the ground. Back in the ring, Swagger continues to work over Big E. Big E. tries to make a comeback, but when he comes off the ropes, Swagger blasts him with a big boot to the face. Swagger appears to be firmly in control of the I-C champ at this point. Both guys knock each other down and the referee begins his double-count. Swagger makes it back to his feet, as does Big E. Big E. charges after Swagger but Swagger moves and Big E. goes shoulder-first through the turnbuckle and smashes into the ring post. Swagger puts the boots to Big E. as a loud "we the people" chant breaks out. It gains momentum and now everyone in the building seems to be chanting it. Big E. starts fighting back with a couple of kicks. He follows those up with a few big clotheslines. Big E. seems to be gaining momentum until Swagger catches Big E. coming off the ropes with a big spinebuster. Swagger works over Big E. for a couple of seconds, but out of nowhere, Big E. spears Swagger through the ropes and the momentum was so great that both guys went out to the floor. Back in the ring, Big E. hits a big splash on Swagger for a near fall. Big E. goes to the top rope. Swagger cuts him off. Big E. knocks Swagger off. Swagger runs up and in one motion hits a belly-to-belly suplex off the top, ala Kurt Angle. Swagger nails Big E. with a big boot. Swagger locks BIg E. in the Patriot Lock submission hold. Big E. tries to escape but Swagger keeps it on. Finally, Big E. powers out of the hold. With both guys back on their feet, Big E. runs through Swagger. Big E. pulls the straps down, calling for the Big Ending. Before he can do anything, Swagger grabs his leg from the ground and re-applies the Patriot Lock. Big E. eventually escapes again and immediately counters and hits Swagger with his Big Ending finisher. 1-2-3. Big E. wins and retains the WWE Intercontinental Championship. Winner and STILL WWE Intercontinental Champion: Big E. After The Match: Bad News Barrett After the match ends, we see some highlights of what was actually a pretty good little match. As Big E. celebrates in the ring, Bad News Barrett pops up on hs podium. He tells us that he's afraid he's got some bad news for "us Americans." He talks about how Russia has won more gold medals than us in the Olympic games. He says we're going to have to wait for four years to do anything about it. He says Europe proves once again that they have superiority over Americans in sports. Hulk Hogan Return Hype A quick video package airs promoting Hulk Hogan's return to WWE on tomorrow night's RAW. A lot of the media attention his return announcement generated is shown, ending with a plug for his return on RAW. Byron Saxton Interviews Daniel Bryan Backstage, Byron Saxton is with Daniel Bryan. Bryan's shoulder is heavily taped up, as we saw clips from RAW and SmackDown of Kane injuring Bryan's shoulder were just shown. Saxton asks Bryan about tonight's match. Bryan asks a series of questions, all of which end with the answer "Yes!" The fans in the arena are popping and chanting "Yes!" with him. He finishes by leading them in a "Yes!" chant. WWE Tag-Team Championships The New Age Outlaws (c) vs. The Usos "Oh you didn't know?" Road Dogg and Billy Gunn make their way to the ring. Road Dogg does his usual thing on the mic. It's almost time for tonight's WWE Tag-Team Championship match. After Road Dogg finishes up his usual stuff, The Usos music hits and they make their way to the ring. The bell sounds and our second PPV match of the evening is officially underway. Billy Gunn starts things off with Jimmy Uso. Gunn is getting the better of Jimmy early on. Gunn continues to get the better of Jimmy as the fans try and rally behind The Usos with "Us-O" chants. Jimmy starts using his speed and it helps him get the upper-hand on Gunn. The Usos both end up in the ring with Gunn and Road Dogg out on the floor. The Usos run to do their usual dive, but Road Dogg and Gunn cleverly get out of the way. Road Dogg is the legal man for the New Age Outlaws now and Jey Uso immediately starts working him over. Uso mocks Road Dogg's juke-and-jive type punch-spot. Road Dogg ends up taking out the leg of Jey and now The Outlaws are back in control of the offensive flow of the contest. Road Dogg messes with Jimmy on the apron and then mocks them with a strut. Road Dogg throws Jey out to the floor and Gunn beats him up some outside of the ring. Road Dogg tags Gunn back into the match. Road Dogg yells "that's old school, punk!" He screwed up with that one, because as soon as the Minneapolis fans heard the word "punk" they immediately broke out into a defeaning "CM Punk, CM Punk" chant. Meanwhile, Road Dogg is back in the ring as the legal man now and has Uso on the mat in a headlock. Gunn tags back in, but Uso makes the tag to Jimmy. Jimmy Uso takes the hot tag and is now hitting anything that moves. Road Dogg and Gunn join up outside the ring to regain their composure. Jimmy flies over the top and hits a big splash on The Outlaws on the floor. Back in the ring, Uso and Gunn are the legal men. After some interference, Gunn is able to roll Uso up out of nowhere for the pinfall. 1-2-3. The New Age Outlaws retain the gold. Winners and STILL WWE Tag-Team Champions: The New Age Outlaws After The Match: Bad News Barrett Part 2 After the match, Bad News Barrett pops up again. His podium doesn't raise this time, however, leading Barrett to point out that he's down at our level to deliver some bad news to Daniel Bryan fans. He says that Bryan won't be winning the WWE World Heavyweight Championship tonight, and because the fans are fickle fans they'll turn on him and start chanting "No! No! No!" again. They boo him and that's pretty much it for that segment. WWE Network Tutorial The announce team run down another WWE Network tutorial. They have Lawler again demonstrate via his iPad how easy the WWE Network is to navigate. As they're running down the plug, the fans in Minneapolis break out into another "CM Punk, CM Punk" chant. Darren Young vs. Titus O'Neil After the Network tutorial is done, Darren Young's theme music hits. He comes out to pretty much no reaction as video highlights are shown breaking down the history of the Darren Young and Titus O'Neil feud. After the video is finished playing, Titus O'Neil's theme music hits and he makes his way down to the ring. The ref has to hold Young back inside the ring as O'Neil makes his entrance, as Young is ready to get at him. The bell sounds and the two aggressively lock up. The guys struggle in a lock up, pushing and pulling each other all over the ring. The ref breaks them up, but during the break up, O'Neil hits Young with a cheap shot. A loud "we want Lesnar" chant breaks out as O'Neil continues to use his superior power to manhandle Young. Young catches O'Neil with a big right hand out of nowhere, and then follows it up with a dropkick to the legs of O'Neil. Young knocks O'Neil out to the floor and follows him out to continue the beatdown on the floor. Back in the ring, Young comes off the top-rope and nails O'Neil with a flying clothesline for a near fall. O'Neil ends up launching Young out of nowhere over the top rope. O'Neil follows Young out to the floor. He picks him up in a body slam position and smashes him back-first into the ring post a few times. He rolls Young back in the ring and tries to pin him, but Young manages to kick out at two. O'Neil slaps on a bear-hug to Young and is squeezing away at the back he just worked on outside the ring. Young breaks free and climbs to the middle rope. He comes off looking for a cross-body splash, but O'Neil catches him and slams him down. O'Neil puts Young in an abdominal stretch. Young tries fighting his way out of it. O'Neil slams Young back-first into the turnbuckle. A light "we want Ziggler" chant breaks out as both guys knock each other down to the mat. Young is firing up on offense for a comeback, but the crowd is absolutely flat for it. They seem like they couldn't care less about Young for most of this match. Regardles of the crowd being hot for Young's little comeback attempt or not, O'Neil cuts it short. O'Neil simply blasts Young with his Clash Of The Titus finisher. 1-2-3. That's all she wrote. Titus O'Neil wins. Winner: Titus O'Neil After The Match: Bad News Barrett Part 3 Bad News Barrett pops up after the match. He taps on his little podium and tells us that he's afraid he's got some bad news. He said it was announced on Friday that "The Immortal" Hulk Hogan will be returning to WWE and will be hosting WrestleMania XXX. Barrett says his limelight will be dim compared to the charisma and ability of Bad News Barrett. He thanks us very much. Checking In With The Expert Panel After the third Bad News Barrett segment of the evening, we shoot back to the Elimination Chamber expert panel. Mathews introduces each guy individually. They all talk about some of the matches on tonight's card. Mathews wraps up by introducing a video package highlighting the history of The Wyatt Family and Shield feud. That six-man tag-team match is up next. The Shield vs. The Wyatt Family After the video package, The Shield make their way to the ring through the crowd as usual. Out next is The Wyatt Family. When the lights come back on and The Wyatt's are at ringside, the fans immediately break out in a loud "this is awesome" chant before anything even happens. This does feel big, by the way. The Wyatt Family finally enter the ring, where The Shield are standing. All six guys stand across from each other. A loud "let's go Wyatt" and "let's go Shield" dueling chant breaks out. The Shield and The Wyatt Family all clash and the crowd erupts. The Wyatt Family duck out the back door and The Shield stand tall in the ring. As The Wyatt Family stands outside the ring, another incredibly loud "let's go Wyatt's" and "let's go Shield" dueling chant breaks out. Finally the bell rings and Seth Rollins and Erick Rowan start things off. Rollins gets Rowan in The Shield corner and tags in Roman Reigns.Reigns stomps away at Rowan a bit and tags Rollins back in. Rowan ends up rag-dolling Rollins across the ring. He tags Luke Harper in. Luke Harper manhandles Rollins a bit and now he has him in The Wyatt Family corner. Harper tags Bray Wyatt in. Wyatt enters the ring and stomps away at Rollins. Rollins makes it to his corner and tags in Roman Reigns. The crowd explodes as they realize we're about to see Reigns and Wyatt clash in the ring. Reigns slowly approaches Wyatt as Wyatt has a big ass smile on his face. Reigns bullies Wyatt into the corner and starts firing away with punches. Wyatt blasts Reigns back with a big shot of his own. Reigns knocks Wyatt down. Wyatt gets back up and goes back to work on Reigns. Wyatt knocks Reigns down and tags Harper back into the match. Harper grabs Reigns and goes for a suplex. He tries three times to get him up, but Reigns blocks it each time. Reigns counters and nails Harper with a suplex of his own. Reigns tags Dean Ambrose in. Ambrose fires away at Harper with punches in The Shield corner of the ring. Ambrose tags in Rollins. All three members hit a big sopt together. Reigns tags in and beats up Harper for just a second or two before tagging Ambrose back in. Ambrose blasts Harper with a big clothesline for a near fall. Ambrose tags Rollins back in. Rollins headbutts Harper in the mid-section and quickly tags back out. Ambrose takes the tag and he picks up where Rollins left off with Harper. The Shield are utilizing quick tags to keep a fresh guy on a beaten down Harper. Out of nowhere, Harper throws a huge dropkick and floors Ambrose. Harper tags Wyatt back in. Wyatt comes in and goes right to work on Ambrose with punches in the corner. Wyatt beats up Ambrose for a few more seconds and then tags in Rowan. Rowan picks up where Wyatt left off with Ambrose. The Wyatt Family seems to be doing the same thing with Ambrose that The Shield did with Harper a few minutes ago. An insanely loud "let's go Wyatt's" and "let's go Shield" dueling chant breaks out again. The crowd is really, really hot for this big six-man tag-team match. Meanwhile, The Wyatt Family continues to utilize quick-tags to keep fresh guys on a beaten up Ambrose. Harper nails Ambrose with a big suplex for a near fall. Ambrose is finally able to make a tag to Rollins. Rollins comes in and uses his speed to fly all over the place on Harper. Rollins goes to the top-rope. Rowan tries to knock Rollins off but Rollins hits him with a kick from the top rope. The distraction was enough for Harper to go up after Rollins. Both guys are on the top rope now. Harper goes for a belly-to-back suplex off the top but Rollins flips through and lands on his feet. Awesome. Rollins flies out to the floor on one of The Wyatt Family guys. I didn't catch who. The crowd breaks out into a loud "this is awesome" chant. Out on the floor, Rollins is down with Bray Wyatt stalking him. Bray runs, jumps and lands with his own back on Rollins' body. Wyatt rolls Rollins back in the ring and tries to pin him, but Rollins manages to kick out at two. Another loud "let's go Wyatt's" and "let's go Shield" chant breaks out. The crowd atmosphere in the Target Center in Minneapolis for this six-man tag-team match is off-the-charts awesome. Rowan is the legal man in the ring now and he continues to deliver the punishment to Rollins. Rowan tags Harper back in and the two doule-team Rollins before Rowan heads back to the apron. Harper hits Rollins with a hard slap across the face. Harper blasts Rollins with some European uppercuts in the corner. He runs and blasts Rollins with a clothesline in the corner. Wyatt yells at Harper to tag him in. Harper does. Wyatt drops a big headbutt on Rollins on the mat. We see a closeup shot of Roman Reigns intensely looking on as Rollins tries fighting back with punches. Bray gets Rollins in the Wyatt Family corner and pummels him some more. He whips him into the opposite corner. Rollins hops up to the middle rope. When he comes off, however, Bray catches him by the throat and slams him down to the mat with a big chokeslam. Bray drags Rollins lifeless body into The Wyatt Family corner and tags in Harper. Harper stomps away at Rollins and then goes over to taunt Reigns. A loud "this is awesome" chant breaks out. Rollins hops up out of the blue and nails Harper with a big spinning kick. Rollins used that opportunity to make the tag. He tags in Roman Reigns and the crowd explodes. Reigns takes the hot tag and is clearing house of all of The Wyatt Family members. Reigns hits a big move on Harper for a near fall but Bray runs in to break up the pin attempt. Ambrose runs in and knocks Bray down for interfering. Harper does a big dive out to the floor. Rollins follows up with a jumping flip dive out to the floor of his own. Back in the ring, Reigns and Rowan are having a knockdown, drag-out fight. We see some replays of all the dives that just happened. Rollins clears off the Spanish announce table. Bray nails Rollins from behind. Some of the guys are fighting in the crowd, some are fighting on the floor and Reigns and Rowan are still in the ring trading haymakers. Rowan throws Reigns shoulder-first into the ring post from inside the ring. Rowan hits the ropes but Reigns catches him coming off the ropes with a flying clothesline. We see Harper and Rollins fighting near the Spanish announce table. Bray comes over to double-team Rollins with Harper. Now the guys are clearing off the U.S. announce table as well. Back in the ring, we see Reigns and Rowan still duking it out. Rowan hits Reigns with a fall-away slam that sends Reigns out to the floor. Now we're looking at Harper and Rowan standing on top of the U.S. announce table with Rollins. They double-chokeslam him all the way over to -- and through -- the Spanish announce table. Cue the "holy sh*t" chants. We see Reigns crawling in the ring by himself. Rowan enters the ring. Bray hops up on the apron. Harper does as well. Reigns is by himself with all three members of The Wyatt Family approaching him. Reigns runs at Bray and knocks him down but Harper and Rowan jump on him from behind. Rowan throws Reigns into Harper, where Harper greets him with a big boot. The three-on-one attack on Reigns continues. Bray does his leaning backwards scream in the corner. Bray goes for Sister Abigail on Reigns, but Reigns uses pure strength to slowly peel the arms of Bray off of him. Reigns blasts Bray with a Samoan Drop. Reigns nails The Wyatt Family guys with Superman punches. He's taking all three guys out by himself now. Reigns sets Bray up for the spear. Harper runs in and Reigns nails him with the spear. This allows Bray to run over and blast Reigns. Bray picks Reigns up and hits him with his Sister Abigail finisher. 1-2-3. The Wyatt Family wins. Winners: The Wyatt Family Renee Young Interviews Christian Backstage, Renee Young catches up with Christian. She points out that he was the only person who didn't beat Randy Orton in singles matches on RAW and/or SmackDown leading into tonight's Elimination Chamber pay-per-view. Christian says none of that matters because no one will remember those matches when he wins the Elimination Chamber tonight and becomes the new WWE World Heavyweight Champion. He dares everyone to underestimate him. WWE Divas Championship AJ Lee (c) vs. Cameron AJ Lee's music hits and out she comes with Tamina Snuka. She gets on the mic and talks abuot how she's been our Divas Champion for 252 days. She said she's the longest-reigning Divas Champion in history. She tells us it's okay to cheer. She says she doesn't know who her opponent is tonight, but it doesn't matter because she's going to win. She mocks Naomi for getting her face broken. The Funkadactyls music hits to cut her off. Cameron makes her way to the ring as Michael Cole explains the situation with Naomi, which AJ was referring to a few seconds ago. The bell sounds and our WWE Divas Championship match is officially underway. The announcers talk about how Cameron has improved in the ring over the past several months. They promote the return of Total Divas on E! next month. Meanwhile, Cameron is getting the better of AJ Lee early on. The announcers continue to put over The Wyatt Family vs. Shield match that just ended as AJ Lee starts to fight back. The WWE Divas Champion is in control of this one now as the announcers continue to talk about The Wyatt Family and The Shield. AJ Lee skips around and the fans pop. Cameron rolls AJ up out of nowhere but AJ manages to kick out at two and a half. Cameron nails AJ with a dropkick while AJ was on her knees. Cameron hits AJ with a Lou Thesz-press and screaches as she punches away at AJ. The fight spills out to the floor as a loud "CM Punk" chant breaks out and quickly dies down. AJ grabs Cameron's pom-poms and dances around. Tamina goes to blast Cameron with a big kick, but Cameron moves and she accidentally hits AJ instead. Cameron rolls AJ into the ring and tries to capitalize by pinning her. Tamina runs over and breaks up the pin attempt. Tamina pulls Cameron out of the ring and beats her up. The referee calls for the bell. Lilian Garcia announces Cameron the winner by disqualification. After a long pause, she continues, "however, but still WWE Divas Champion, AJ Lee!" AJ's music hits and she and Tamina leave together while AJ holds her face selling the kick that Tamina accidentally blasted her with. Winner and STILL WWE Divas Champion: AJ Lee After The Match: Bad News Barrett Part 4 Bad News Barrett comes out again. He addresses the fact that his podium isn't raising anymore. He says that gives him more time to deliver some bad news. He talks about the WWE Network. He says there will be so much great content that people won't be able to turn it off. Because of that, adults will lose their jobs and kids will get kicked out of school. He talks a little more trash and that ends another Bad News Barrett segment, our fourth of the evening. Backstage Segment: Santino, Emma, Los Matadores & El Torito and The Great Khali Backstage, Santino Marella is playing with some WWE toys. Emma walks up. She asks if he's playing with toys. He tries denying it. The Great Khali, Los Matadores and El Torito walk up. They all babble with one another about the toys. Long story short, they all start playing with the toys. Batista vs. Alberto Del Rio After the goofy backstage segment with the toys ends, we hear Batista's theme music. "The Animal" makes his way to the ring. During his entrance, we see video highlights chronicling the history of the Batista and Alberto Del Rio feud. JBL gets his first "Mexico's greatest export" reference out of the way during the video package. The video ends and we see Batista in the ring waiting for his opponent. Alberto Del Rio's music hits and he makes his way out with a neck brace and crutches, in his street clothes. As Del Rio limps his way to the ring with crutches, JBL gets his second "Mexico's greatest export" line out of the way. Del Rio gets on the mic and talks about how Batista attacked him two weeks ago. He said because of that, he is not going to be able to compete tonight. Del Rio then drops the mic and cheap shots Batista with the crutch. He tears his street clothes off to reveal that he was wearing his ring gear all along. He continues to beat down Batista with the crutch. He takes the neck brace off as JBL drops his third "Mexico's greatest export" references. The fans chant for Del Rio attacking Batista and then break out into a "Si! Si! Si!" chant, the Spanish version of "Yes! Yes! Yes!" The ref calls for the bell and Batista goes after Del Rio. The crowd boo's the hell out of Batista. Everytime Batista hits Del Rio, the crowd boo's. Everytime Del Rio hits Batista, they cheer. The fans start chanting "Boo-Tista" over and over again. The announcers acknowledge the crowd reaction. Meanwhile, JBL drops his fourth "Mexico's greatest export" reference. The crowd passionately chants "Daniel Bryan" again. Now they break out to an even louder "CM Punk" Chant. I think they're making it pretty clear that they want no part of Batista in the WrestleMania main event. The match continues, but the crowd is ignoring almost everything that they're doing. They're boo'ing Batista with a red-hot passion and chanting for random people. So far they've chanted "Boo-Tista" and chanted for guys such as Daniel Bryan, CM Punk, Chris Jericho, Rob Van Dam and Brock Lesnar. Batista is finally starting to mount a bit of an offensive comeback. Anytime he does anything remotely resembling offense, the crowd boo's the living crap out of him. At the same time, they are cheering for anything Del Rio does just to further show how much they hate Batista. They break out into another "Si! Si! Si!" chant as Del Rio goes to the top. Del Rio misses a big splash. Batista fires up and the crowd boo's him insanely loud for it. Batista goes for the Batista Bomb and the crowd erupts with boo's. Del Rio slides out the back door and avoids it, to which the crowd popped for enormously. Del Rio winds up for the super kick, leading the fans in a "Si! Si! Si!" chant, but Batista avoids it. The crowd boo's. Batista immediately counters into a Batista Bomb. The crowd boo's. He hits it. The crowd boo's. He pins Del Rio. 1-2-3. Batista wins. The crowd boo's. Winner: Batista WWE World Heavyweight Championship Elimination Chamber Match John Cena vs. Christian vs. Randy Orton (c) vs. Daniel Bryan vs. Cesaro vs. Sheamus John Cena comes out to his usual mixed-bag reaction from the fans. Out next is Christian. Then the WWE World Heavyweight Champion Randy Orton makes his way out to the ring. Each guy enters their chamber, by the way, as soon as they get in the ring. Out next is Daniel Bryan. The next two men, who will be starting the match off, are Cesaro and Sheamus (who come out in that order). The referee holds both the WWE Titles up to show everyone what they are fighting for. Sheamus and Cesaro are the first two to start off the Elimination Chamber match. Cesaro gets Sheamus down early and starts stomping away at him. Shemus rolls out of the ring and onto the metal flooring. Cesaro goes out after him, but Sheamus ends up clotheslining Cesaro back in the ring. Sheamus blasts Cesaro with a big European uppercut. The fans break out in a random "we the people" chant. Cesaro comes off the ropes and Sheamus catches him with a big shoulder tackle. Sheamus goes for a pin, but Cesaro kicks out at two. Sheamus goes for his arm-pound spot with Cesaro draped across the ropes, but Cesaro starts headbutting him backwards. Sheamus regains his composure, however, and ends up pounding away at the chest of Cesaro anyway. Sheamus goes to suplex Cesaro back into the ring but Cesaro blocks it. They end up outside the ring and Cesaro rams Sheamus shoulder-first into the ring post. Cesaro takes Sheamus where he wants him and takes a moment to taunt Orton. Cesaro gets Sheamus into the corner of the ring in front of Cena's chamber. Cesaro again takes a moment, this time to taunt Cena. A light "Ce-sar-o" chant breaks out as he continues to pummel Sheamus in the corner of the ring. The countdown clock hits and here we go. The first person to exit their chamber and join the match is Daniel Bryan. The crowd explodes and immediately breaks out into "Yes!" chants. Bryan, who don't forget, has his shoulder heavily taped up to sell the attacks from this past week, is a ball of energy. He's flying all over the place, beating up both Cesaro and Sheamus. Both guys are on their knees and Bryan is taking turns blasting both guys with "Yes!" kicks. A loud "Daniel Bryan" chant breaks out as Bryan continues to control the action. Bryan hits Cesaro repeatedly with European uppercuts as the fans again begin to chant for Daniel Bryan. Cesaro finally slows Bryan down and now his crazy, early-match-entry energy seems to have died down. A light "we want Lesnar" chant breaks out from his hometown fans in Minneapolis as Cesaro throws Bryan through one of the pods. The announcers point out that he went through it shoulder-first, noting that the shoulder that went through the pod was the heavily taped up, injured one. Meanwhile, Sheamus nails Cesaro with a big DDT on the steel floor. Bryan is still down selling the spot that saw him crash through the pod. Bryan is now in the ring and Sheamus is stomping away at him. A loud "let's go Cena" and "Cena sucks" dueling chant breaks out. The countdown clock strikes again. Entering the match this time is Christian. Christian comes in and immediately takes advantage of a grounded Bryan, stomping away at the shoulder that he helped injure at last Monday's RAW. Christian tears some of the bandages off of Bryan's arm and continues to focus his attack on the beat-up shoulder of D-Bry. Sheamus and Cesaro are still down and out on the outside of the ring as Christian beats up Bryan's shoulder some more. Sheamus finally re-enters the picture and goes after Christian. Outside of the ring, Christian goes for the Killswitch on Cesaro. Cesaro reverses and hits a running-powerbomb on Christian, slamming him back-first through one of the pods. Cesaro tries pinning Christian off of that spot, however Christian manages to kick out at two. Cesaro puts some of the plexiglass from the pod on Sheamus and then runs and smashes himself into it. Cesaro hits Sheamus with a big sidewalk-slam type of move on the steel floor. The countdown clock strikes again. Entering the match this time is John Cena. As soon as Cena comes out of his pod, Christian comes flying off the top and tries to splash him. Cena catches him and uses Christian as a battering ram, beating Cesaro with Christian's body. He throws Christian at Cesaro and they both go tumbling down. Bryan is back up and is firing up on offense, however Christian ends up catching him with the Killswitch. He tries pinning Bryan to eliminate him, however D-Bry kicks out at two. Meanwhile, Cena re-enters the picture. He slams Christian down and calls for the Five Knuckle Shuffle. Sheamus stops him from behind and hits him with his White Noise move. Sheamus tries pinning Cena, but Cena manages to kick out before the three-count. A "let's go Cena" and "Cena sucks" dueling chant breaks out. All of the guys are battling all over the place now, as there are bodies flying everywhere. Cesaro catches Cena with his trademark flying-European uppercut move. Not sure what to call it, but it's the spot where he launches Cena up in the air and catches him coming down with a big European uppercut. Cena goes for the Attitude Adjustment on Cesaro but Bryan stops him by blasting him with repated "Yes!" kicks. All of the guys are down now. The countdown clock strikes again. The buzzer sounds and now the WWE World Heavyweight Champion Randy Orton officially enters the match. Orton goes after all of the guys. The crowd starts chanting "boring" immediately after Orton got out of his pod. Orton keeps knocking everyone down. He acknowledges the "boring" chants and does his pose to taunt the fans. Orton sets Bryan up for his punt. Everyone ends up getting up at once. They all stop and look at Orton. Orton runs and locks himself back in his pod. Sheamus can't get to Orton now and he's pissed. Orton taunts him from inside the pod. The entire arena starts chanting "Pussy! Pussy!" at Orton. Sheamus turns and finally stops and realizes what everyone is already expecting. He hits the Brogue Kick into the pod and smashes it open. He grabs Orton and starts beating him up. Back in the ring, Cena goes for the Five Knuckle Shuffle on Bryan. Cesaro stops him. Orton ends up in the picture. Cesaro grabs Orton and starts doing the Cesaro Swing to him. He swung him a ton of times. According to Michael Cole it was 30 rotations. Bryan grabs Cesaro as soon as he finished the swinging, and dumped him on his neck with a big German suplex. Sheamus is now in the center of the ring, pounding his chest and calling for the Brogue Kick. Christian ducks and Sheamus blasts Cena with the Brogue Kick. Christian tries rolling Sheamus up for a pin after that, but Sheamus manages to kick out at two. Christian and Sheamus battle up to the top of one of the pods. Orton goes up after him. Orton nails Sheamus with a big slam off of the pod. Christian leaps and comes flying off the pod and splashes onto Sheamus. He pins him. 1-2-3. Christian has eliminated Sheamus. A light "this is awesome" chant breaks out. The doctors and trainers help get Sheamus out of the ring. Meanwhile, Orton gets Christian set up for his draping-DDT off the middle ropes. Christian ends up avoiding it. Bryan hits Christian out of nowhere with his running knee. He covers him -- 1-2-3. Daniel Bryan just eliminated Christian. We're down to just four guys in the match now -- Randy Orton, John Cena, Daniel Bryan and Cesaro. All four guys start to go at each other. When the smoke clears, Cena and Daniel Bryan are left alone and they notice each other. They slowly enter the ring and walk towards each other. Cena and Bryan start trading kicks. Now they trade punches. They're fighting back-and-forth, tooth-and-nail. Bryan goes for the Yes! Lock on Cena but Cena reverses it into a STF attempt. Bryan avoids it. Cena goes for the A.A. on Bryan, but Cesaro breaks that up with an incredible show of strength, suplexing them. Cena ends up hitting Cesaro with the A.A. over the top rope. Cesaro crashes onto the steel floor outside the ring. Cena yanks Cesaro back into the ring and immediately locks him in the STF. Cesaro taps out. John Cena has just eliminated Cesaro. We're down to just Randy Orton, John Cena and Daniel Bryan now. John Cena locks Orton in the STF and out of nowhere The Wyatt Family cut-in happens. The arena goes dark. When the lights come back on, all three members of The Wyatt Family are standing in the Chamber. They clean house of everyone and then set their sights on Cena. They brutalize Cena, one-by-one. Bray hits Cena with his Sister Abigail finisher. They all leave as the fans in Minneapolis chant "thank you Wyatt." Orton makes sure The Wyatt Family are gone and then slowly crawls over and pins Cena. 1-2-3. Randy Orton has just eliminated John Cena. The Wyatt Family hang around right outside of the Chamber until Kane comes down in his suit and yells at them and orders them to leave the ringside area. Bray smiles and laughs and The Wyatt Family make their way to the back. The doctors and trainers are helping Cena exit the ring. Kane is still standing there. Out of nowhere, Bryan comes off the top rope and blasts Kane with a knee to the side of the head. Bryan has Orton hanging upside down off the top rope. He runs all over the place and dives into him with kicks over and over again. The fans start loudly chanting "Daniel Bryan, Daniel Bryan." Bryan goes to the top rope. Orton grabs Bryan by his beard and then nails Bryan off the top-rope with his draping-DDT move. Orton goes for the RKO. Bryan reverses it and nails Bryan with the running knee. Bryan covers Orton. 1-2...Kane grabs the referee and stops him from counting to three. Bryan is distracted by Kane. Bryan turns around right into an RKO. Orton covers Bryan, 1-2 ...Bryan kicks out at two. The crowd explodes. Bryan rolls Orton up out of nowhere, 1-2....Orton kicks out at two. Kane ends up interfering again, setting up another immediate RKO by Orton. This time Orton pins Bryan and gets the 1-2-3. Randy Orton eliminates Daniel Bryan. Orton wins and retains his WWE World Heavyweight Championship. Winner and STILL WWE World Heavyweight Champion: Randy Orton
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    WWE Elimination Chamber 2014 Results (2/23/14)

    WWE Elimination Chamber Kickoff Show

    The Kickoff Show opens with Josh Mathews welcoming us to a “frigid” Minneapolis, Minnesota. We see a shot of fans filing into the arena and then the camera swings from inside the arena over to the Kickoff Show expert panel. The panel for tonight’s event consists of Mark Henry, The Miz and Rey Mysterio. Miz jokes about the new Kickoff Show set being a nice wedding gift.

    All three guys talk about which matches excite them most on tonight’s card. A small “Sexual Chocolate” chant breaks out as Henry runs down his thoughts on some of the matches on tonight’s card. The guys also talk about the tag-team division and how strong it is. Henry stumbles over his words pretty badly when running down his thoughts.

    We shoot over to the social media lounge, where Renee Young informs us how to interact via Twitter, etc. She reads some tweets from the “WWE Universe.” She mentions that we should use the hashtag “#WWEChamber” to chat about the show on Twitter.

    Now we’re back to the expert panel where Josh Mathews runs down the rules of the actual Elimination Chamber match itself. He then introduces some video packages highlighting the story lines surrounding Randy Orton and his WWE World Heavyweight Championship leading into the Chamber matchup tonight.

    The gang talks about how dangerous the Elimination Chamber match is. Once again, Henry is having an awful time trying to put coherent sentences together. The guys talk about who they feel the favorites are in tonight’s Chamber match.

    We shoot backstage and Zeb Colter is giving The Real Americans a pep-talk. He tells them that tomorrow night they’ll be able to say the Cesaro is the WWE World Heavyweight Champion and that Jack Swagger is the new WWE Intercontinental Champion. He finishes with the usual hand-over-your-heart speech.

    After that segment concludes, JBL’s theme music hits and he makes his way out to the commentary table. The fans in Minneapolis give JBL a nice reception. As JBL makes his way to the announce booth, we see some video highlights detailing the history of the Batista and Alberto Del Rio feud.

    Another light “Sexual Chocolate” chant breaks out as the Batista-Del Rio video wraps up. Out next is Jerry Lawler. “The King” makes his way to the commentary table to a great reaction and a smattering of “Jerry, Jerry” chants. As he makes his way to ringside, a WWE Network video package airs.

    Once the WWE Network video finishes up, we shoot back live into the arena. At the commentary table at ringside, Michael Cole talks about how historic tomorrow night is with the official launch of the WWE Network. JBL and Jerry Lawler talk about how great a deal it is to purchase a WWE Network subscription. We get a closeup shot of Lawler on his iPad pointing out how easy it is to navigate through the WWE Network. He plays a clip of an old SummerSlam pay-per-view.

    Goldust & Cody Rhodes vs. Ryback & Curtis Axel (with Larry “The Axe” Hennig)

    Now that the WWE Network plugging is done, it’s time for our Kickoff Show match of the evening. Goldust’s theme music hits and out he comes with Cody Rhodes. They make their way to the ring as we get ready for the first match of the evening. After Goldust and Rhodes finish their entrance, Ryback’s music hits and out he comes with Curtis Axel and Axel’s grandfather, Larry “The Axe” Hennig, who is from the Minneapolis area. Hennig gets a nice pop and a decent “Larry, Larry” chant from the Minneapolis fans.

    The bell sounds and our first match is officially underway. The action is insanely fast-paced early on. Goldust ends up hitting a crazy dive out to the floor on Ryback and Axel. On that note, we head to a mid-match commercial.

    When we return from commercial, Ryback is pounding away on Goldust in the corner of the ring. Ryback stomps away at Goldust on the mat a bit and then tags Axel in. Axel picks up where Ryback left off. We see a shot of Larry Hennig watching on from outside the ring. Hennig has a big smile on his face as his grandson Curtis Axel continues to work over Goldust.

    Axel tags Ryback back into the ring. The two hit a double-team move on Goldust in their corner and then Axel heads back out to the apron. Ryback hoists Goldust up for a suplex and holds him up in the air for several seconds before slamming him down to the mat. He tags Axel back in. Goldust starts fighting back now as the crowd rallies behind him. Both guys double-clothesline each other down. Axel is able to get to his feet first and he makes the tag to Ryback.

    Ryback beats up Goldust a bit, but Goldust still has some fire left in him. He hits a huricanrana on Ryback and then sends Ryback over-the-top and out to the floor. Both guys make the tag to their respective partners. Rhodes takes the hot tag and is flying all over the place, beating Axel from one side of the ring to the other. Rhodes hits a big moonsault off-the-top on Axel. Rhodes hits an Alabama Slam on Axel. Ryback yanks Rhodes out to the floor but Rhodes hits his disaster kick.

    Rhodes jumps off the top-rope to come back into the ring. He was looking to connect on Axel with a missile dropkick but Axel caught him coming in and powerbombs him. All four guys get involved briefly, ending with Rhodes hitting the Cross Rhodes for the 1-2-3. The Rhodes Brothers get the win.

    Winners: Goldust & Cody Rhodes

    Byron Saxton Interviews The Usos

    Backstage, Byron Saxton introduces The Usos. The Usos talk about how their relatives have held the same exact WWE Tag-Team Championships that they are going to compete for tonight. They talk about how they respect The New Age Outlaws and everything they’ve accomplished, but tonight is a new era. They say they have two words for them, “it’s over.”

    Renee Young In The Social Media Lounge

    We go back to the social media lounge where Renee Young reads off some more tweets from the WWE Universe.

    Final Check-In With The Expert Panel

    We shoot back to the expert panel where Josh Mathews asks the guys for their predictions on tonight’s Elimination Chamber match. Henry, Miz and Mysterio talk about some of the guys they think has the chance to win tonight before Mathews wraps up the Kickoff Show. We fade away and we’re now just moments away from the start of the WWE Elimination Chamber pay-per-view!

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    • valo2k5

      anyone know where i can find a stream to the ppv?

    • Buzzard Follower

      predictions
      rko def bryan, cena. cesaro, sheamus, christian (elimination order chr 2 shea 3 ces 4 cena 5 bryan)
      wyatts def shield
      batsita def del rio
      langston def swagger
      oneil def young
      rhodes bros def rybaxel
      usos def outlaws new champs

      • Bam Bam

        I agree with all but I think the tag champs match could go either way. HHH might let his friends have anther Wrestlemania match and drop the title there or the next night on Raw.

    • Flying Hippo

      Here’s the livestream i’m watching right now http://pwtalk.net/cgi-bin/protect.cgi?File=livestream2.html

    • pwnez

      Surprised the Rhodes brothers won. Kinda wanted them to lose so it would set up a feud.

      • CJCarter

        I wouldn’t waste it on a pre-show match. There’s always tomorrow on Raw

    • http://www.gofundme.com/nzdpa4 Stay Phokus

      the new age outlaws are basically triple h’s Pat Patterson and Gerald Brisco

      • Brian Jones

        The New Age Stooges

        • thatguy

          …or the Stooge Age Outlaws LOL

          • Donny Octave

            New Age Stooges are better

      • brad

        So true.

      • Buzzard Follower

        yep that sums it up nicley

      • SOBI

        As long as they put someone over at WM there is no problem
        but you have to admit out of all the Tag teams competing for the title NAO are best on the mic

      • QuiteFrankly2k

        To be honest, I really hope they lose to the Usos at Mania.

    • Ethan

      Believe in the shield

    • Buzzard Follower

      THAT MATCH WAS FU**KING AMAZING WYATTS SHIELD MATCH OF THE YEAR

    • Buzzard Follower

      nice promo from christian

    • Pat m

      Wyatts vs shield=match of the freaking year!!

      • DocR

        It reminded me of days of Hardys vs Dudleys vs E&C

        • Pat m

          Those tlc matches were great!

    • pwnez

      Shield vs Wyatt’s lived up to the hype. The feud and match was great.

      • SOBI

        Yeah man easily Match of the Night and
        although its early but also a contender for match of the Year

        • Archimedes_Slim

          Agree 100%. Everything about that match worked, and the spots were great. The crowd was behind everything they did, and the table was the cherry on top.

        • mrchopper

          Right now I’d kill for a Best of the Shield DVD – from their first PPV match to this they have been unbelievably good. They could all retire now and go down in history as probably having the highest percentage of top-drawer matches as a group. Singles runs, so far not so much.

          • SOBI

            Yes they’ve had some amazing matches
            I just hope when they split up all of them are given chances to progress cause they are all great Roman will definitely get a chance, but Rollins and Ambrose deserve chances as well, cause Rollins is brilliant in the ring and Ambrose can talk with the best of them

          • scott

            They don’t have that many good matches dude

      • Nicolai

        I was there, the arena was going BALLISTIC for that match! It was a great crowd, and I gotta ask, how loud we’re we on tv!?? Because the arena was insane.

        • pwnez

          It came off very well. I could hear all the “Lets go Shield/Lets go Wyatt’s” chants.

          • Nicolai

            Good to hear, those guys deserved it. Great match!

      • QuiteFrankly2k

        Rollins was easily the highlight of the match. Don’t care what anyone else says.

        • SOBI

          Yes Rollins was extra awesome last night.
          the german suplex thing was amazing

          • QuiteFrankly2k

            The spot with the German Suplex was amazing. He was doing things that made Reigns and Ambrose look bad. Rollins was on fire. People say he’s going to get left behind, personally I think he’s great. I think he well deff be WWE WHC sometime in the future of his career. He reminds me of Jeff Hardy.

        • raVen

          Rollins Face run started Sunday.
          As I said over a year ago Reigns is a star, Rollins is a great baby face, ambrose has disappeared.

          • Donny Octave

            I think you might be right. Reigns and Rollins seem to have made their position known, but Ambrose looks like he’ll be the one who gets lost in the shuffle when it’s all said and done sadly. Looks like that U.S. Title really does do more harm than good.

            • raVen

              I don’t think it’s the US title at all. He’s been in huge storylines with everyone else it’s just that everyone else has elevated while ambrose has stayed the same.

          • QuiteFrankly2k

            Well literally the guy disappeared..he was no where to be found lol. But yeah I can see Rollins being a great Jeff Hardy like baby face! Im not sure if you guys will agree but i think he can do so! I mean for gods sake NXT was on his back. He was their first champion!

            • raVen

              he has started to show that he has that great baby face comeback fire that gets people off their seats, he sells like a million $$$, he’s going to be a great player in years to come

            • QuiteFrankly2k

              I have been commenting this on the site for a while now, but you want to know what role Seth Rollins can play in WWE? Jeff Hardy. He can be the new Jeff. The kids loved him and the older fans liked his work as well. Jeff wasn’t the greatest on the mic and Rollins is a lot better but this guy is going to be really freaking good.

            • raVen

              that’s not an insult at all. I think he’s above Jeff tho. Jeff did CRAZY stunts for years before given a shot, Seth has solid in ring work with huge spots but not nearly as many. He can mat wrestle, he can chain wrestle. I really think he’s the next D Bry-internet loves him casual slowly gets behind him and then he’s suddenly one of the top 3 pops each week

            • QuiteFrankly2k

              Seth Rollins could be both. He can cater to both internet and casual fans. I mean he’s crazy good in the ring and as well on the mic! Casual fans love the high flying baby faces lol but then we internet fans will notice his in ring a ability.

        • Donny Octave

          Seth has stepped up his game big time lately.

    • Frank

      I will go crazy of joy if Christian some how won the match! But he sadly not. Hopeful Bryan wins though.

    • Hollywood Cena

      i love this crowd

    • Buzzard Follower

      del rio is getting the loudest cheers of his career and batista getting booed out the building

    • Buzzard Follower

      break his arm chant

    • pwnez

      ADR carried Batista throughout that entire match. Batista is still horrible in the ring. His match at ‘Mania will most likely suck.

    • Buzzard Follower

      honestly i thought the watch wasnt bad del rio carried it but it was decent

      • Ethan

        I hate batista

        • brad

          I love batista.

        • Orestis

          He hates you too!

          • Ethan

            Orton is going to beat the crap out of him

      • brad

        I knew orton would win, well I said that or lesnar would steal someone’s spot but either way I just want to see the animal dave batista win the gold at mania.

        • Buzzard Follower

          thats fine to each there own i want bryan which is fine too

      • 9 year old boy

        I loved the Bootista chants. I laughed so hard.

        • G.I.R.L.

          I love your avatar.

        • Nicolai

          My section got that going and It took a bit for be to understand what they were saying! Funny as hell. Miz was taking all sorts of heat from us about maryse

      • thatguy

        agreed…Del rio made that match worth watching…

    • scott

      IWC logic Del Rio is boring and he sucks. He needs to go away. Throw him in the ring with Batista…oh Del Rio carried Batista

      • BOOCH

        IWC Logic is an oxymoron.

        • scott

          Aint that the truth

          • BOOCH

            When they announced Batista return in January everyone was excited. And for years people wanted Batista to come back. He does and now they hate him just cause he won the Royal Rumble.

            • scott

              Yea I know man it annoys the hell outa me. I understand fully people want or wanted DB to win the rumble. But fans these days will boo every single person on the roster to support one guy and that’s kinda going too far. I personally am glad Batista is back. I enjoyed him when he used to run Smackdown back in the day. But I guess well wait and see what happens for that main event mania match which I don’t think will change.

            • brad

              Totally agree I would get into this but I’ve already stated multiple times that I am happy he is back as he is one of my all time favorites and I think that the fans are pretty dumb to boo him just for the simple reason of him stealing Bryan and punks spotlight. If he would’ve returned at any other time then he would be the most over guy in the company but honestly I think he just about picked the worst time to come back in a sense. All In all I am happy that he is back and I am happy that he won the rumble and I am happy that he is going to headline wrestlemania.

            • scott

              Yea me too man. I enjoyed him when he was there the first time. At least everyone will get their way though. As soon as GOTG comes around hell disappear for a while to promote the movie plus hes only signed on for 2 years so its not like hell be around for long. I did want Bryan to win the rumble but im not gonna boo Batista because WWE officials made the wrong decision in having him win the Rumble

            • brad

              I’m glad he won the rumble and I’m glad that he is back. So you won’t see me complaining about the decision to have him main event wm.

            • msk343

              People has the right to “boo” whoever they want to. I personally never liked Batista. I like Randy Orton (though I dont want him to be the champion), some hate them both.. After Goldberg and Brock Lesnar left, there just was nobody left to carry the show.

            • G.I.R.L.

              For Smackdown, you mean? The talent during that time was pretty good. Much better than either Lesnar or Goldberg.

            • brad

              I never said that people couldn’t boo whoever they want, all I’m saying is if dave would’ve came back at just about any other time then he would probably be getting the biggest pops every night but because of the bad timing he is getting booed.

            • G.I.R.L.

              Given the countless years where we had dead silence, I figure it’s an upgrade that the fans are actually cheering someone these days.

            • pwnez

              To be fair, not everyone was thrilled with the idea of Batista returning.

            • Archimedes_Slim

              It’s pretty easy to explain. Timing and booking are extremely important to a Stars popularity as talent and charisma. Just because people want to see you doesn’t mean they want it to turn into the 24/7 all one guy all the time show. Lesner, and RVD set a good precedent when they came back. Both men immediately became major players, but weren’t thrust into the spotlight, and didn’t take up the primary focus away from the guys people wanted to see. Upon his first return match Batista wins, and removes the guy that the people overwhelmingly wanted to see in the spotlight. Not only that but he has now won the Royal Rumble match TWICE, which is primarily seen as a star making match that only comes around once a year. Almost no one would say that Batista needed that win.

            • Josh

              Well the crux of the problem is just that. He comes back and immediately gets a title shot. Not only a title shot but a title shot that has him headlining ‘Mania. Just no. Especially everything that has been building with Bryan and Orton. Fact of the matter is it’s one thing for someone to come back but not when it gets immediately in the way of an ongoing feud.

            • Johnson

              If Batista would have been an actual RR surprise and not advertised at all prior (and no dirt sheet spoiling BS), fans would have probably not cared about Bryan at the time. They would have been too hyped for Batista’s return.

            • *sniff sniff* I SMELL PUSSY!!

              they’re all hypocrites man i believe db will get his payoff soon

            • G.I.R.L.

              People wanted him back but not at the expense of better superstars on the roster. Look at the whole picture and not just one side of it. The man isn’t the Rock: he shouldn’t be thrust into the title picture on his second night back.

      • The One, The Only, The Ellis!

        I would invite everyone who agrees with this great man to my Barbeque Cookout!

        • scott

          Well if that be the case you’d have a lot of ignorant IWC fans showing up to your barbecue haha

          • The One, The Only, The Ellis!

            WHAT?!?!?!!?! I ‘m agreeing with what you said and I want to invite everyone with your great similar mindset to a cookout or eat at a local Wendys.

            I’m not a fan of the IWC fans, which I like to call the Internet Police!

      • msk343

        dude it aint no longer the IWC booing Batista and supporting D-Bry (maybe that was the case for The Rock but he got huge pops all the time)…its a very large portion of the wwe universe who dont wanna see batista in the main event..

        • scott

          and like I said in one of my other comments. Its only everybody cheering for one guy. That’s when it gets annoying and stupid to boo everyone else out of the building to support one guy is kind of absurd

          • G.I.R.L.

            You’ll have to forgive the fans for showing their distaste of something. They definitely have no right to show when they’re unhappy.

      • pwnez

        ADR’s character is boring. No one really bashed his wrestling skills, just the fact that his gimmick is extremely stale. He carried Batista to an ok match. Batista was never good in the ring and clearly he never will be.

        • scott

          Well that’s your opinion I guess because I used to enjoy watching him when he was there 4 years ago. And on here I see everyone bashing Del Rio’s in and out of ring skills all the time. I guess all that disappears when Batista is up against him.

    • Ethan

      Yes! Yes! Yes!

    • Buzzard Follower

      the crowd is calling orton a pu**y way to go Minnesota

      • BOOCH

        haha, I thought that’s what they said, but I wasn’t sure. I hadn’t heard that word on WWE since Shane was there.

    • Bodacious Bob

      Great now we probably get Kane Vs. Bryan at Mania. A match absolutely no one wants to see. If it’s Orton Vs. Bootista at Mania that will be BAD FOR BUSINESS.

    • http://www.rabidpictures.com yrabadi

      Quick thoughts:

      – Wyatt’s/Shield = match of the night
      – Christian eliminating Sheamus = Awesome + WM feud? Yes please.
      – Sheamus brogue kicking Orton through Chamber glass = highlight of the match.
      – Bryan losing = predictable.
      – Announcers acknowledging Bryan being screwed around with since SS = interesting.
      – Batista/Orton at WMXXX = bad move. Crowd chants ‘boring’ and ‘bootista’
      – Me buying the WWE Network after tonight = not likely.

      • Buzzard Follower

        same good ppv though

        • http://www.rabidpictures.com yrabadi

          Agreed. Far more good than bad. No doubt about that.

      • SOBI

        I wish Bryan wins the title at WM but that looks unlikely so
        I never thought I’d say this but I wish that some how HHH ends up in
        Batista vs Orton match it’ll be better than just Batista/Orton
        I think an all out evolution triple threat would be better than a singles match

        • Brent Genito

          All they would need would be Ric Flair as the special guest referee and that match would be one I’d look forward to.

        • http://www.rabidpictures.com yrabadi

          Batista/Orton is in big time trouble. But if WWE has taught us anything it is that they are extremely stubborn. I’m sure Vince thinks with weeks left before WMXXX, they can get the crowd behind Batista and make this thing work. If they keep it as Orton vs Batista, it should be really interesting to see how the crowd reacts.

          • mrchopper

            What’s bothering me is why the Wyatts are helping out Orton so often. What’s in it for them? Them being involved in the Batista match (disqualifying Orton) would solve the problem of him not being able to go more than ten minutes, but God it would cheapen both the belt(s) and the PPV if the main event was a ten-minute DQ finish – unless Orton was immediately stuck into another Championship match…

            • SOBI

              I think the point is that Wyatts are against Cena and they usually cost cena the match these days,
              It looks like Wyatt vs Cena at WM

            • http://www.rabidpictures.com yrabadi

              I think it’s less about helping Orton out and more about targetting Cena. If it was about helping Orton, I would have thought they would be appearing during more of Orton’s bouts and attacking the opponent, which isn’t the case. I do think there may be a tie between The Authority and The Wyatt’s, which is why HHH may have warned The Shield not to get involved with The Wyatt’s weeks ago – but long-term storytelling like this in today’s WWE would be giving the company far too much credit.

          • msk343

            You know what… I’ll love it, if the crowd just remains completely silent during their match…. thats the best way to send a message

            • http://www.rabidpictures.com yrabadi

              Agreed.

            • the4thwiseman

              I think no one should reply to this bin Ladin look alike…who can’t afford the network with his cab drivers pay..

      • scott

        I didn’t think they would budge on Daniel Bryan being in the main event. It’s kinda sad honestly because over the past few weeks it just seems like they are trying to close that door.

        • heterosexual

          hard to tell. with such an obvious screwjob it may be to pave the way for him to get in

        • http://www.rabidpictures.com yrabadi

          Yes and no. The only glimmer of hope here is how they had the announcers react to it, and then even show the audience members being bummed out over it. They never used to do that. Now they’re acknowledging the fact that it’s ridiculous the title hasn’t been put on Bryan yet. It is something to note, I think. It could be WWE trolling fans, or it could be the beginning of something for Bryan. Here’s hoping he gets a juicy feud for WMXXX.

          • scott

            That juicy feud is gonna be against Kane it looks like to me

            • http://www.rabidpictures.com yrabadi

              Sigh… sounds more over-cooked than juicy.

      • msk343

        I was sure Randy Orton was going to win so I was looking forward to Hulk Hogan’s return rather than the ppv

        • http://www.rabidpictures.com yrabadi

          I knew it would come down to Bryan and Orton, but yes, it was rather obvious they weren’t going to put the strap on Bryan. I honestly think it’s going to come down to Bryan/Kane at WMXXX, and that pains me to no end. No disrespect to Kane, but at least give Bryan a match with HHH. It will mean more.

          • mrchopper

            Ah, to have Punk return and have Punk and Bryan vs. Kane and HHH. I could more than live with that, especially if you throw it into a tables match. We could finally get to see Punk Pepsi Plunge HHH through a table..!

            • http://www.rabidpictures.com yrabadi

              lmao… It’s kinda a shame we’ll never see the Pepsi Plunge on WWE TV (unless it was on in the early WWE-ECW days and I missed it, but don’t think it was).
              Anyway, yes, I too have thought of Punk/Bryan vs HHH/Kane. It would likely be the best scenario they could possibly come up with at this point for Bryan and Punk. The only thing as good as that would be Bryan vs HHH. If we get Bryan vs Kane, I will be disappointed.

            • G.I.R.L.

              We have seen the PPlunge once on WWETv; Survivor Series ’99: Chyna vs Jericho.

              LOL it sucks that Punk was never allowed to use the move. :-(

            • http://www.rabidpictures.com yrabadi

              Cray! Had no idea. I’m going to have to source that one out. Y2J/Chyna feud was pretty dope from what I recall. Holly in there was kind of nice to see as well. Fond memories.

      • superturbo

        Nice not bad yrabadi, here’s some of my thoughts expressed just like yours!

        – Big E Langston Vs Jack Swagger = excellent I.C. match (both men benefited from it)

        – Wyatt’s/Shield = Great friggin bout, hope Wrestlemania 30 sees the sequel to this match

        – Titus Vs Darren Young = Great match, nice to hear Titus new (sick) entrance music as well.

        – Batista Vs Del Rio = bad match, WWE still couldn’t hide the fact Batista unhealthy, so Del Rio carries the match via attacking a mostly weakened and beat up on Batista.

        – The Usos Vs New Age Outlaws = Great bout, WWE have to crown The Usos by mania!

        – (Me buying the WWE Network after tonight = not likely.) same here!, their stuff will most likely be leaked to torrent sites within the month or so anyways.

        – (Sheamus brogue kicking Orton through Chamber glass highlight of the match.) = Actually ties with the Cesaro swing on Cena as the moment of the night i think?!

        • http://www.rabidpictures.com yrabadi

          Nice list!

          Yeah, I didn’t mention Big E vs Swagger. It wasn’t a bad match. I’m actually surprised at how over the Real Americans are. I wouldn’t be surprised to see them both go face. Crowds are into it.

          As for Wyatt’s/Shield, good call! I rematch could def. be lined up, especially with the Shield not totally combusting, however with the set-up of Cean/Wyatt going further, sadly, I think we may have to settle for a RAW match (which will still likely be awesome). Sad though… With WMXXX being a celebration of WM’s, would have been awesome to see The Shield vs The Wyatts in a TLC match. Fans can dream! :)

        • Optimus Prime

          It’s leaked already. I’m downloading all PPV’s, RAW, SmackDown for the last 5 years, never paid to watch it

          • G.I.R.L.

            You remarkable thief!

            … I’ve been pirating my comics for years… :-(

          • the4thwiseman

            Your all cheap… Why would wwe do what you want..none of you support them…people like you.. Just hope for the network to fail…

      • pwnez

        The p*ssy chants directed at Orton was amazing.

        • QuiteFrankly2k

          Yeah, I knew they were chanting that but I couldn’t make it.

        • http://www.rabidpictures.com yrabadi

          Yeah, that crowd was surprisingly vocal. I think the RR crowd really set a precedent.

      • https://twitter.com/StrangeDeranged Pozessed

        I’m sure they were chanting Boreton at Randy, you know…

      • ibeBrave

        I bet all the(CM Punk, Boring, Asshole, Awful, Chants And probably when guys who are supposed to be face but get booed chants.) Are all going to be edited so that way we can’t hear them on the network….WATCH!!!!

        • http://www.rabidpictures.com yrabadi

          Very possible. Wouldn’t be surprised.

      • QuiteFrankly2k

        Rollin’s Superstar of the night LOL

        • http://www.rabidpictures.com yrabadi

          I would agree with that.

      • Orestis

        The chamber match was not that good.Other than a few Cesaro spots , Sheamus breaking the “glass”in ortons face and a few others it was “raw” paced.But yea Shield vs Wyatts made the show!Also I laughed how the “glass” wouldn’t break!

    • scott

      Just like I said nothing changed. They didn’t budge at all not only is DB not gonna be in the main event, but he wont fighting for the title and worst of all hell be fighting Kane. Looks like Cena and Wyatt are fighting at mania also. The only way to spice up the big title match would be to throw Lesnar in it

      • taker12

        What about HHH as special guest referee? lol

    • Buzzard Follower

      swagger/langston B+ good opener i cant believe biges leg can bend that way
      nao/uso c decent match nice to see usos dominate and and not suffer a bad loss the outlaws come out more heelish
      titus/ypung C- boring at times with 2 good spots to keep it somewhat intresting
      shield wyatts A++++ words do not do justice and i think rollins really shined we talk about reigns and ambrose but dont dare forget about rollins
      divas meh hell of a kick by tam not grading as nothing happened
      batist rio B not good not awfull and not one sided decent match that davey wasnt terrible but still hes the wm main event un believable
      chamber A one of the best chamber matches in a long time despite the interference but if bryan doesnt get the title match at wm its all for nothing everyone shined in this match great effort all around

      • scott

        I don’t talk about those 2. I know Ambrose and Reigns are both overrated. Rollins is clearly the best wrestler of the 3. Its not even close.

    • MOON CENA

      .. Never seen a bigger ” F*CK YOU ” to fans that tonights PPV .. utter BULLSHITTT .. YAYYY we have ORTON VS BATISTA for WRESTLEMANIA .. no one gives a flying fuc* about this match .. WRESTLEMANIA 30 card is the weakest card ever , dum WWE asssholes ..

      • BasedWorld

        Boo hoo my man crush D. Bry didn’t win lol

        • G.I.R.L.

          But he didn’t type anything about DBry.

    • LaParkaXV

      I thought the PPV was good overall. The Shield vs The Wyatts 1 time deal? That match was crazy good. I also really enjoyed the IC title match.

      The Main event….ah….it was good up until it became so over booked i thought i was watching TNA. IF they are staying on track with Orton vs Batista….they get what they deserve….the crowd in New Orleans completely sh! tting on it!

    • MOON CENA

      .. EXACTLY EVERY WWE UNIVERSE MEMBER RIGHT NOW ..

      • SOBI

        those are some cute chicks right there all wrestling loving girls I know look like dudes :(

        • G.I.R.L.

          Really? The ones I know look like females.

      • Joe

        As a company selling a product there can be nothing more valuable than your customer telling you what they want. Companies spend thousands on surveys, focus groups etc. WWE has this built in, at every show, and still doesn’t want to better improve and sell their product. WWE egos will eventually learn they cant force feed their customer base what THEY think is best. WWE network is gonna flop hard as a result of the customer not being taken care of. Because in the end, its a product and if no one buys, that ego will deflate.

        • BasedWorld

          Why would the WWE do that when they have no competition lol. The most successful companies make you buy into them instead of them trying to buy you. How is the network going to flop when most people want the old(golden age) shows anyway and you are getting the next ppv’s for the low. People like you that complains will still watch every week and the kids will continue to go with their parents since they ware doing it for them these days anyways.

          • The One, The Only, The Ellis!

            Thanks for living in reality, Mr.BasedWorld!

        • Cujo999

          Well, storytelling is never as simple as just giving people what they want. If you did, then nothing bad would ever happen to the main characters, and there would be very little drama involved. The most popular babyface in the company would just be pushed like John Cena until the entire audience got sick of them. I get that in today’s society of wanting instant gratification, a lot of people don’t want to sit through a slow burn storyline anymore, but in storytelling, it’s hard to appreciate the hero’s successes if they also don’t have failures and obstacles to overcome.

          • superturbo

            “but in storytelling, it’s hard to appreciate the hero’s successes if they also don’t have failures and obstacles to overcome.”

            ^Really? So Hulk Hogan was the ‘Daniel Bryan’ of the 1980s was he now! Yeah i guess so, i mean he really had his failures in struggling to overcome obstacles in losing to; Andre The Giant, King Kong Bundy, Paul Orndoff, Greg Valentine, Ron Bass, Iron Sheik and the heels of the WWF roster back then right. Oh wait a minute, weren’t those mostly wins and not losses for Hulk!

            • G.I.R.L.

              That doesn’t work this day & age. The 80s wrestling was more kid friendly than it is today. None of the top stars during the A.E. were instantly rewarded match after match. Those are the stars that stood out.

          • Joe

            its gone on so long that its beyond the span one would see during a “storyline”. Right now i feel like WWE as a company is feeling a little butt hurt that the fans boo the stars they choose to push and Elimination Chamber was a stab at the fans. Nothing more.

        • Johnson

          It’s $10 bucks a month for all the shows of the year, plus all past ppvs and eventually past tv footage of all prior companies. Yeah…. it’s going to flop big time.

        • scott

          Hate to tell you dude but the number of kids parents who will buy the network will out number the number of IWC fans who decide they aren’t gonna buy it anymore. If fans can buy the PPV’s for cheaper almost all parents will line up

      • superturbo

        You guys are so sick (‘cool’) for capturing these images! i was like; and we’re heading to the 30th anniversary of Wrestlemania this year and Batista Vs Orton is the main event for certain now, *sigh*!

        Wrestling needs more than one company, Even if you don’t like TNA and all the other indies companies, when WWE dicks around with you for this long. I wouldn’t be surprised if fans jumped ship after Wrestlemania 30. cos even after WM and Bryan became champion eventually?, what kind of environment is he going to have to work in afterwards? One where he’s constantly screwed over or had to fight 3 times as hard to collect a win!

        No thank you.

      • QuiteFrankly2k

        The top left one actually looks like Emma lol

    • Buzzard Follower

      dont forget about rollins he stole the show in that match

      • satishwarne708

        My favorite WWE superstar at the moment even before Bryan.

      • Noah

        He may have stole the show in the match but you have to give props to Roman Reigns also.When The Shield does break up,I don’t see Rollins and Ambrose as main event guys.They will be more on the IC title level.Roman Reigns will be a future WWE World Heavyweight Champion.I’d say by WM 31 or at WM 31.

        • https://twitter.com/StrangeDeranged Pozessed

          At WM 31 or WM 31?…. Sounds likely…

          • Josh Knepshield

            He said at WM 31 or BY WM 31. READ.

          • Donny Octave

            Allow me to translate since some of you simple-minded people can’t seem to understand… Noah said that he see’s Roman Reigns as the WWE World Heavyweight Champion by the time WM 31 Comes.. OR he will become the champ at WM31.

            • https://twitter.com/StrangeDeranged Pozessed

              Wow, somebody else had to point it out after reading the guy’s post who pointed it out! It is funny because you are saying it as if you are the first to comment about it. Trying to get some glory huh?

            • Donny Octave

              Nah, mainly making fun of Josh. Personally, i couldn’t care less how anyone types on here.

        • Buzzard Follower

          i agree its just i believe that many see rollins as the 3rd wheel and all im saying is dont underestimate rollins

          • Donny Octave

            It seems more like Ambrose is the third wheel.. His psychotic tendencies are gonna be what ends The Shield imo.

      • QuiteFrankly2k

        Best superstar in that match by far. Pulled out things I was seeing him do back in ROH. Great work by him, I don’t see him top starring it but a Jeff Hardy like position would be great for Rollins.

      • G.I.R.L.

        Honestly, I prefer Reigns & Ambrose. Not sure what it is about Rollins that I find disinteresting.

        He did do a great job, though. All 6 men did.

    • https://twitter.com/bushysowavvey Triple X

      Bryan getting screwed again. No surprise. Nice PPV all around though.

    • SOBI

      BOOOTISTA chants were so funny :D

    • Jeremy-County Roberts

      Cesaro needs the title on him more than Bryan. Cesaro is a god in that ring. He is what champions should be like.

      • G.I.R.L.

        Mr. Roberts, this I can agree with.

        However, I don’t want the belt thrown on him like a prop. If there’s anyone that can match and exceed DBry’s influence, it’s the great Cesaro.

    • beardncicici

      The main event of wrestlemainia the super biwl for the wwe is going to get heavy heat booed out of the stadium the fans cant stand eaither superstar in the match… how is it “good for business” to have a really bad and botchy title match at mania… at this point its almost like wwe is teasing that there going to give us what we want and then at the last second screw the fans again to just show that no matter how bad we boo and chant our opinions do not matter and there going to do what they what congrats TNA I mean wcw I mean wwe….

    • The One, The Only, The Ellis!

      Pretty good PPV, but it was not as good as the Royal Rumble. I don’t mind the great Batista, but I hope Randall Keith Orton is not in the main event at Wrestlemania, since he’s so damn stiff in the ring. ABIGAIL!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    • Shutthehellup

      I’m so sick of you IWC idiots. I understand that now days your not used to long feuds with a huge payoff in the end but come on. This is how it used to be back in the 60’s 70’s 80’s and 90’s. I mean if the Internet was around in the day of Sammartino, you people would complain worse. You guys are constantly complaining to go back to the attitude era, really? You were Ok with Austin feuding with vince for YEARS but 6 months of Bryan being “screwed” you are freaking out. But here’s the great part, you’re pissed off. That means the people in the ring and in the back did their jobs. If Bryan won you would have been happy, but now you’re more pissed because he didn’t win. So now you’ll confine to watch hoping you’ll get your payoff. This is how it works. And honestly this is what’s best for business. They can’t always do what you want, what’s the fun in that. There isn’t any, that would be boring. So for the first time in a long time they go old school story telling and you complain. Why don’t you quit complaining and just watch. You might be surprised in the end.

      • LaParkaXV

        You are on the internet grandpa way past your bed time. How on earth are you going to make the early bird special?

        • Shutthehellup

          Wow! I’m impressed, that was some good trash talking. Did your mother teach you that? I mean wow that was just hurtful. I have no words. With your comment of calling a 32 year old “grandpa” I mean I’m just blown away. Thank you sir for proving me wrong by saying I’m an old man. Best come back ever. Good for you, your special ed teacher would be proud that you finally put a coherent thought together for the first time since you said “Me make poopy mommy”. I tap, you win.

          • LaParkaXV

            LOL….you are talking out of your azz like i suspected…Just how did you see matches in the 60’s and 70…FRITTATA!!!!!!.NON IWC member Please go back to telling kids to get off your lawn. Yes i do win….quite easily! John Cena is that you?….how FUNNY…..

          • LaParkaXV

            Your adult sized brain couldn’t figure out how to type without getting your comment deleted? LOL So a few videos gave you enough to say “this was how things were back in the day” yea that’s called a small sample size Gramps. Have you figured out you are part of the IWC you originally were scolding? Im guessing no…FRITTATA!

            • G.I.R.L.

              You owned his azz, dear! Your Goddess commends.

          • G.I.R.L.

            I knew a lady that was a grandma at 33. :-(

      • dae

        What’s the thing that is making everybody upset is that there is a paper champion holding the most important belt in the company and he’s “defending” said championship to a guy who just comes back and is given an opportunity over countless other guys in the back who have huge potential as champions. This is the main event at your biggest pay-per-view: a match between two guys nobody wants to see. Plus, every Randy Orton title match from the time he cashed in until now has had interference allowing the Paper Champion to prevail: the fans are tired of this. When you have huge negative pops for the two guys who will be fighting at WM30, that should tell you there’s something wrong with your product – WWF/E isn’t listening. When the fans start tuning out and not buying the product and PPVs, maybe then they will.

      • G.I.R.L.

        It was a completely different era, dude.

    • MenaShehata

      John Cena Got Distracted By The Wyatt Family Again

      John Cena Should Be The CHAMPION OF CHAMPIONS!

      HE PROVED IT WHEN HE BEATED ORTON ON RAW!

    • rashad jackson

      ok …i dont care much about DB losing…but for him to be screwed AGAIN pisses me off…im just mad that since SS hes been getting screwed…here is a FUN FACT

      Bryan has only won 3 PPV matches since Wrestlemania. 1 was a tag match & in 2 he still lost the title… #FACT
      if that doesnt tell you something then idk..
      yes people are saying its a slow build up to him winning….how long will that be?? i have never seen a a wrestler get built up THAT SLOW its getting to the point where i dont care about daniel bryan anymore…wwe needs to stop beating around the bush…give bryan the title or dont….that simple

      • Cujo999

        Jericho was built very slowly. In interviews, he has talked about jobbing 6 straight PPV’s and still being the 2nd most popular face in the company next to The Rock. Honestly, I think that any chance of Bryan headlining WM went out the window when Punk walked out the door. They have obviously been building for HHH to take on one of the guys he has been screwing with at WM, and when Punk, who was supposed to have that spot, walked out the door, that really only left Bryan as a logical opponent. They will probably have Bryan go over HHH at ‘mania, then win the title at Extreme Rules. Orton being in the main event isn’t a huge deal for me, but the issue I have is that Batista still looks like total garbage, and the match is guaranteed to be bad. If they want to fix the ‘mania main event, they need to have somebody take Batista’s spot from him.

        • rashad jackson

          but hhh has a damn ego up his ass i dont think he is going to let DB beat him at WM….so dont be surprised if DB loses
          this website was apparently talking about Xtreme rules since its in DB home town on how he MAY win there….IF he gets screwed at xtreme rules then i will offically hate WWE lol

          i like batista more than orton! both are decent but both like all other wrestlers needs NEW moves

          • Cujo999

            I dunno about that. HHH is 8-9 for his career at WM, including 3-6 in his last 9. The guy has never really shown that jobbing at ‘mania is much of an issue for him, even though he gets massive heat for not making Booker T at WM19. I think that logically, it would very difficult to put Bryan in a title match at Extreme Rules after jobbing him out at ‘mania, so Bryan will probably go over HHH.

          • G.I.R.L.

            WWE has a thing with screwing stars in their hometowns.

            WWE always does the opposite of what’s expected.

        • Johnson

          Replace Batista with Sin Cara.. lol

    • Joe

      hear that? Its the sound of both Wrestlemania tickets being sold on Ebay and WWE stock going into the toilet, and oddly it sounds like Batista’s entrance theme.

      • Troymclure

        I dont hear it. WWE stock does not hinge on your opinion of their booking decisions.

        • Joe

          *pops popcorn* lets watch then. : )

    • Buzzard Follower

      *bangs hammer

      • Peer Pressure

        LOL! I love it! Batista and Orton will headline Mania this year and Daniel Bryan will be right where he belongs. The Midcard!

        • lunchbox87

          Obvious troll is obvious

          • Peer Pressure

            Typical D Bryan fangirl reply. LOL!

          • Buzzard Follower

            cinema sins kudos

          • pwnez

            He’s a mark for the muscle heads.

        • Buzzard Follower

          mid carders dont get pops like this http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=M6oijAYDCNI

          • Joe

            the entire arena erupts every time this mans name is mentioned. That is no mid card pop like Buzzard said. As a matter of fact i have never seen every person in an arena point up and cheer like that. NEVER.

      • Johnson

        I never thought he’d pop out that many times in one night.. please give this man the IC title!

    • MOON CENA

      .. AND THE IWC OUTRAGE .. WWE DESERVES THIS ..

      • G.I.R.L.

        In all fairness, Total Divas is far better than even this Goddess expected.

    • Buzzard Follower

      look at the hate https://www.facebook.com/wwe for the ppv its worse than the rumble the outrage wow and this ppv wasnt even bad especially if you got it on a stream for free if u paid well……..

    • CJCarter

      I think I’m gonna have to wait and see what kind of card they build before I decide if I’m getting WrestleMania or not. Batista vs Orton for a main event just isn’t doing it for me.

    • Buzzard Follower

      https://adblockplus.org/en/chrome take it my friends if you havent already

    • ballz

      great ppv amazing spot and brodie lee is still in my eyes the best indie talent yet to no hold a belt. Divas was ballz cause that was get a drink match, bryan is amazing still christian and sheamus need to retire, john cena and orton need to be a tag team.
      big e and swagger great opening match. all matches were great some better then others but the ppv was worth the price of cm punk chants and bootista chant was great.

      I gave the ppv a 8 ballz out of 10 better then the ufc ppv yesterday.

    • Gamexxx07

      I knew it will be a risk of having orton vs batista for wwe world heavyweight champion,Is not about me is about the fans what wwe needs, The more wwe avoid the fans the more wwe will suffer with the ratings and fans will not buy tickets in near future,Because all wwe they care about is money! Since we have to deal with orton vs batista since triple h did stop daniel bryan for becoming a champion now triple h is going to pay for the sins by daniel bryan screwing hhh at mania Not only is revenge is punishment!

    • Ayatollah of rock N rolla

      Soo the betting odds were 100% spot on. Also, that finish was horribly predictable, liked the set up to wyatt Vs cena tho.

    • satishwarne708

      Wow the Shield vs Wyatt match was GOLD.Rollins was awesome flying all over the place and took a nasty bump through the table,Reigns push continues,what happen to Ambrose there?Wyatts did great too as heels!Chamber match was good knew Bryan was going to get screwed again…we are stuck at moment with Boo-tista and BOrting as the main event at WM 30.Lastly though is del Rio a face again or was it a one off?

    • JaffaJoose

      Wait, Cesaro suplexed Cena and Bryan at once? This I must see…

    • dae

      Glad I didn’t waste my money on this piece of crap “main event!”
      Randy v. Batista at WM30: I’m not buying that piece of crap either! Not even for $10 with the Network would I waste my money on this product. It’s pretty bad when you want to spend the money, go to wrestling events, and you get screwed out of a great card because of lame storylines and finishes.
      The reason I quit watching WCW was because of every major match ending with some type of interference or some b.s. finish. Well, I’m really feeling that WWF/E is losing my viewership.
      The worst thing is, with TNA barely surviving, the best wrestling show could have been on Thursday nights but with their recycling of WWF/E storylines (in a lame way, mind you). I really wish some other promotion could get their act together and challenge the WWF/E because McMahon needs competition to freshen up his act.

    • Noah

      At first I wasn’t going to get EC cause I was going to watch The Walking Dead instead.But I ended up watching EC cause I wanted to see The Wyatt family/Shield match.Watched EC for free.I streamed it.Loved the Wyatt family/Shield match!!!.Best match of the ppv.2nd best I’d say was the chamber match.There was no need to see that much of BNB.EC was a good ppv in the end.

    • Johnson

      I remember just before WM 16, The Rock came out on the mic and said….. “If WM is going to be Triple H vs. The Big Show…then WM is going to absolutely SUCK!” Lmao
      Then they added Rock and Mick Foley in that four way.
      I’m thinking the same thing now….. if WM 30 is going to be Batista vs. Randy Orton, then WM is going to absolutely suck…….. and might put people to sleep in the process.

      The only way to fix WM since the audience is going to obviously shiit on the main event is to add Daniel Bryan to the mix in a triple threat.
      They should have Bryan win the title on RAW, this way Orton can get his rematch at WM and have that triple threat.
      Or else.. . fans will shiit on the main event, and it will make WM 30 look like shiit. People will probably chant ‘boring’ ‘this match sucks’ ‘change the channel’ , and chant other guys names. It will actually look embarrassing as the closing match to the event, and make it look like subpar garbage.

      I wouldn’t be saying this if people weren’t shiiting all over Batista right now. But because they are, they’d better fix it. They have to improvise now to make WM look good. If not, it’s going to make a lot of people regret the purchase and no matter who wins between Orton/Batista it will have a lackluster dull reaction when it’s over. Exactly what they don’t want!
      I’m assuming they are saving that big Daniel Bryan win for WM 30, that they’ll squeeze him in somehow. It’s the only thing that makes sense here anyway.

      • G.I.R.L.

        WWE? Making sense? In the same sentence??

    • PxLxGx

      So what are we set to have Daniel Bryan vs Kane at Mania….ugh, that’s terrible for the hottest star in the company right now.

    • Inkfreak

      why even have a PPV if no belts change hands…same old crap

      • fatneal

        what an idiot

        • Inkfreak

          Cheers mate ..always nice to have a fan

    • vitheiya priya.sr

      what’s this cena.again you lost the champion

    • I’m just saying

      Dear IWC, there is a saying that goes” if you don’t vote, you can’t complain” well i say if you don’t buy WWE product, you can’t complain”. Really, you don’t buy their merch. you don’t buy their ppv. You watch their show for free and then complain. Thats like saying you hate McDonalds choices, but you keep going for Free burgers… I’m just saying.
      #QuitYourBitchin

      • LaParkaXV

        Why don’t you go back to telling kids to get off your lawn…probably a more productive use of your time.

        • I’m just saying

          I like your screen name. whille i am most likely far older than most who post on here, I am not that old. beside if i was to tell the kids to get off my lawn who then would my five year old play with?

    • fatneal

      ive went to 3 different wrestling sites….the comment sections are proof of why wwe bigwigs dont listen to you idiots…honestly its the reason why i dont leave comments anymore…just shut up and enjoy the product

      • LaParkaXV

        That’s a shame….

    • G.I.R.L.

      Just noticed no one mentioned the “We want Chyna!” and “CM Punk!” chants during divas match.

    • Josh Knepshield

      This WrestleMania is going to suck. The crowd is going to KILL the Orton/Batista match. It is going to be hilarious. Cena vs. Wyatt? Wow ok, now I’ll buy it. Lol

    • NotSawft

      were all in agreement the Shield vs the Wyatt’s saved a horrid ppv Rollins made himself last night so that was great as was the bootista chants and orton getting called a pu**y

    • morph_3

      So ZERO titles exchanged hands at the PPV.

      Way to go WWE keeping it fresh!

    • Patrick W.

      Wow, how many more PPV events will the Shield, or members of it (planning for the future here), have that will be considered by most as the match of the night? Do these guys carry a show with their matches or what?

    • Mr_DJ

      So…what happened to Ambrose? <.<

    • Curtis Axel FACE of WWE

      I hope this year’s mania is better than the last. Rock vs Cena 2 ? yeah. it was even more lame than the first time. WM29 was short on match time to. With so much promo time leading up to, why did Rock and Cena each get video packages ? The one between the first and second match was like 4 minutes ! And then they cut the Tons of Funk 8 man tag match ! If the roster basically has 32 guys (not counting divas, Batista, Punk, HHH or UT or Kane), that could be 16 faces and 16 heels, creating 256 singles matches, not counting rematches and not doing any tag matches. If each match was 5 minutes, that’s well over 20 hours worth of wrestling ! Add in filler guys like William Regal, Alex Riley and Curt Hawkins to the rotation and add 20 minutes to championship matches, do some 6-man tags, and there’s almost no end to the lineups going for 30 hours or more. Never before seen matches like Kofi against Sin Cara, or Axel against Barrett, and no need for anyone to talk for 10 minutes (which is about how long this post is ! )

      • Vin

        Orton vs. Batista stinks…. Personally I’d rather watch Cena and the Rock again.. Cena/Rock III THRICE in a lifetime