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ST. LOUIS -- "All glory is fleeting." -- Anonymous Few men have felt the sting of that axiom quite like John Cena. The Superstar had struggled against five resolute rivals -- Sheamus, Triple H, Randy Orton, Ted DiBiase and Kofi Kingston -- in one of the most unforgiving structures ever devised to capture his sixth WWE Championship. An exhausted Cena basked in his accomplishment as the WWE Universe reigned their approval upon him. Glory was his.

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ST. LOUIS - United States Champion The Miz appeared at Elimination Chamber as per usual to talk up himself, and more specifically his role as a WWE Pro on Tuesday's premiere episode of WWE NXT. However, when "The Awesome One" was forced to defend his U.S. Title, he ended up adding further legitimacy to his frequent, self-aggrandizing claims by defeating his frequent rival, MVP.

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ST. LOUIS - In a shocking upset, Chris Jericho outlasted five elite SmackDown Superstars to become a six-time World Heavyweight Champion at WWE Elimination Chamber. But, his victory wasn't simply a case of Jericho being "the best in the world at what he does." Ultimately, his triumph came with some shocking "Heartbreak," in the form of HBK.

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Vickie Guerrero cited Raw Divas' comments against SmackDown's sexy, smart and powerful women as a major factor in her decision to order the match change. As the bout got underway, it became abundantly clear that Maryse had no interest in being Gail Kim's partner and refused to tag into the contest. This allowed Michelle McCool and Layla to pick up a victory for SmackDown in what essentially became more of a handicap encounter.

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ST. LOUIS — Intercontinental Champion Drew McIntyre will do whatever it takes to win — a fact he proved yet again at WWE Elimination Chamber, stealing a victory over Kane to escape with his coveted championship still in his possession.

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John Cena wins Elimination Chamber Match; Batista defeats Cena (New WWE Champion)

ST. LOUIS -- "All glory is fleeting." -- Anonymous Few men have felt the sting of that axiom quite like John Cena. The Superstar had struggled against five resolute rivals -- Sheamus, Triple H, Randy Orton, Ted DiBiase and Kofi Kingston -- in one of the most unforgiving structures ever devised to capture his sixth WWE Championship. An exhausted Cena basked in his accomplishment as the WWE Universe reigned their approval upon him. Glory was his.

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United States Champion The Miz def. MVP

ST. LOUIS - United States Champion The Miz appeared at Elimination Chamber as per usual to talk up himself, and more specifically his role as a WWE Pro on Tuesday's premiere episode of WWE NXT. However, when "The Awesome One" was forced to defend his U.S. Title, he ended up adding further legitimacy to his frequent, self-aggrandizing claims by defeating his frequent rival, MVP.

Read Full Story»

Chris Jericho wins Elimination Chamber Match (New World Heavyweight Champion)

ST. LOUIS - In a shocking upset, Chris Jericho outlasted five elite SmackDown Superstars to become a six-time World Heavyweight Champion at WWE Elimination Chamber. But, his victory wasn't simply a case of Jericho being "the best in the world at what he does." Ultimately, his triumph came with some shocking "Heartbreak," in the form of HBK.

Read Full Story»

Michelle McCool & Layla def. Gail Kim & Maryse

Vickie Guerrero cited Raw Divas' comments against SmackDown's sexy, smart and powerful women as a major factor in her decision to order the match change. As the bout got underway, it became abundantly clear that Maryse had no interest in being Gail Kim's partner and refused to tag into the contest. This allowed Michelle McCool and Layla to pick up a victory for SmackDown in what essentially became more of a handicap encounter.

Read Full Story»

Intercontinental Champion Drew McIntyre def. Kane

ST. LOUIS — Intercontinental Champion Drew McIntyre will do whatever it takes to win — a fact he proved yet again at WWE Elimination Chamber, stealing a victory over Kane to escape with his coveted championship still in his possession.

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