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Once again, the King of Kings proved that the Elimination Chamber is his playground. And he is its schoolyard bully.For the third time in history, Triple H has entered "Satan's Structure" and walked out victorious. This time, the 11-time World Champion leaves the 10 tons of steel at No Way Out with a WWE Championship opportunity at WrestleMania XXIV against former Evolution teammate, Randy Orton.

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LAS VEGAS -- What happens in Vegas, stays in Vegas, and it appears John Cena's dreams of winning the WWE Championship and headlining WrestleMania XXIV will stay in Sin City.

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It was a telltale hour for the World Heavyweight Championship at No Way Out. Within sixty minutes of witnessing The Phenom's triumph in a grisly Elimination Chamber Match, the Ultimate Opportunist capitalized on an injured Rey Mysterio to retain the gold and form an ample WrestleMania-based knot in his Rated-R gut.

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The Ric Flair Express just keeps on rollin'. Despite having Mr. Kennedy, one of WWE's brightest young Superstars, determined to derail the 16-time World Champion's career at No Way Out, Flair once again managed to prevail.

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LAS VEGAS -- Undertaker outlasted five other Superstars to win the SmackDown/ECW Elimination Chamber Match at No Way Out Sunday night, meaning that in his 16th WrestleMania appearance, Undertaker will challenge for the World Heavyweight Championship at WrestleMania XXIV. The Phenom currently owns a perfect 15-0 record on sports-entertainment's biggest stage, and should he earn victory number 16 on March 30, he will walk out of the Florida Citrus Bowl as a six-time World Champion.

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LAS VEGAS -- Chavo Guerrero earned the right to be called ECW Champion for another night at No Way Out. Guerrero denied CM Punk the gold when he capitalized on Punk slipping off of the turnbuckle, hitting him with a Frog Splash.

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WWE Champion Randy Orton escaped with his WWE Championship by intentional getting himself disqualified against John Cena and seemingly vanquishing his WrestleMania dreams.

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For the first time in more than a year, Big Show returned to WWE in the best shape of his career at No Way Out. The giant's appearance after Edge retained his World Heavyweight Championship against Rey Mysterio has shocked the sports-entertainment world -- and his showdown with WBC Welterweight Champion Floyd Mayweather sent riptides through the globe.

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Well, let me just start off by saying that I was really up and down with my Royal Rumble picks. Hopefully I'll do a little better with No Way Out, so lets get it going.

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LOS ANGELES -- In a follow-up to a story we have been tracking all week, WWE.com has obtained an exclusive video clip of Maria and Ashley attending a party at the Playboy Mansion in Los Angeles on Tuesday night in honor of NBC's premiere of Knight Rider. (Watch the video now.)

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These days, Ric Flair is a lot like Montel, though not exactly the Montel our fans are inclined to think of. No, the 16-time World Champion could find himself soon sharing a lot of common ground with the legendary Montel Williams. Wait … Montel Williams, the retired Navy Lieutenant who hosts The Montel Williams Show? Yes, that Montel Williams. You see, if the "Nature Boy" is unable to defeat Mr. Kennedy at No Way Out, he and Montel Williams will have one huge albatross in common: Unemployment.

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Rey Mysterio's quest to regain the World Championship may have suffered a severe setback in Santiago, Chile on Wednesday night. The injury occurred during Wednesday's live event at Arena Santiago, where Mysterio teamed with Kane against Zack Ryder & Curt Hawkins. During the tag contest, Rey suffered an apparent injury to his right bicep. Clearly in pain, the Master of the 619 gutted it out and finished the match, then was quickly examined by WWE athletic trainer Jason Crivello upon leaving the ring.

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Triple H wins Raw Elimination Chamber

Once again, the King of Kings proved that the Elimination Chamber is his playground. And he is its schoolyard bully.For the third time in history, Triple H has entered "Satan's Structure" and walked out victorious. This time, the 11-time World Champion leaves the 10 tons of steel at No Way Out with a WWE Championship opportunity at WrestleMania XXIV against former Evolution teammate, Randy Orton.

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John Cena def. WWE Champion Randy Orton (DQ, Orton retains)

LAS VEGAS -- What happens in Vegas, stays in Vegas, and it appears John Cena's dreams of winning the WWE Championship and headlining WrestleMania XXIV will stay in Sin City.

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World Heavyweight Champion Edge def. Rey Mysterio

It was a telltale hour for the World Heavyweight Championship at No Way Out. Within sixty minutes of witnessing The Phenom's triumph in a grisly Elimination Chamber Match, the Ultimate Opportunist capitalized on an injured Rey Mysterio to retain the gold and form an ample WrestleMania-based knot in his Rated-R gut.

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Ric Flair def. Mr. Kennedy

The Ric Flair Express just keeps on rollin'. Despite having Mr. Kennedy, one of WWE's brightest young Superstars, determined to derail the 16-time World Champion's career at No Way Out, Flair once again managed to prevail.

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Undertaker wins SmackDown/ECW Elimination Chamber

LAS VEGAS -- Undertaker outlasted five other Superstars to win the SmackDown/ECW Elimination Chamber Match at No Way Out Sunday night, meaning that in his 16th WrestleMania appearance, Undertaker will challenge for the World Heavyweight Championship at WrestleMania XXIV. The Phenom currently owns a perfect 15-0 record on sports-entertainment's biggest stage, and should he earn victory number 16 on March 30, he will walk out of the Florida Citrus Bowl as a six-time World Champion.

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ECW Champion Chavo Guerrero def. CM Punk

LAS VEGAS -- Chavo Guerrero earned the right to be called ECW Champion for another night at No Way Out. Guerrero denied CM Punk the gold when he capitalized on Punk slipping off of the turnbuckle, hitting him with a Frog Splash.

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WWE Mobile on AT&T exclusive video

WWE Champion Randy Orton escaped with his WWE Championship by intentional getting himself disqualified against John Cena and seemingly vanquishing his WrestleMania dreams.

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Showtime in Vegas

For the first time in more than a year, Big Show returned to WWE in the best shape of his career at No Way Out. The giant's appearance after Edge retained his World Heavyweight Championship against Rey Mysterio has shocked the sports-entertainment world -- and his showdown with WBC Welterweight Champion Floyd Mayweather sent riptides through the globe.

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Droz' Two Cents: No Way Out predictions

Well, let me just start off by saying that I was really up and down with my Royal Rumble picks. Hopefully I'll do a little better with No Way Out, so lets get it going.

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Exclusive Video of Maria and Ashley at Playboy Mansion

LOS ANGELES -- In a follow-up to a story we have been tracking all week, WWE.com has obtained an exclusive video clip of Maria and Ashley attending a party at the Playboy Mansion in Los Angeles on Tuesday night in honor of NBC's premiere of Knight Rider. (Watch the video now.)

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From Porter to Williams?

These days, Ric Flair is a lot like Montel, though not exactly the Montel our fans are inclined to think of. No, the 16-time World Champion could find himself soon sharing a lot of common ground with the legendary Montel Williams. Wait … Montel Williams, the retired Navy Lieutenant who hosts The Montel Williams Show? Yes, that Montel Williams. You see, if the "Nature Boy" is unable to defeat Mr. Kennedy at No Way Out, he and Montel Williams will have one huge albatross in common: Unemployment.

Read Full Story»

Rey Mysterio injured during South American tour

Rey Mysterio's quest to regain the World Championship may have suffered a severe setback in Santiago, Chile on Wednesday night. The injury occurred during Wednesday's live event at Arena Santiago, where Mysterio teamed with Kane against Zack Ryder & Curt Hawkins. During the tag contest, Rey suffered an apparent injury to his right bicep. Clearly in pain, the Master of the 619 gutted it out and finished the match, then was quickly examined by WWE athletic trainer Jason Crivello upon leaving the ring.

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