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McIntyre and Lynch punch their ticket to WrestleMania inside the Elimination Chamber
At the 2024 Elimination Chamber PLE in Perth, Western Australia, Drew McIntyre and Becky Lynch fought their way through the career-altering Elimination Chamber to claim victory and earn championship matches on The Grandest Stage of Them All. Plus, Women’s World Champion Rhea Ripley returned home to conquer Nia Jax and so much more.
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WWE Women’s Tag Team Champions The Kabuki Warriors def. Candice LeRae & Indi Hartwell
Competing in her home country, Indi Hartwell needed to calm her nerves in an incredible atmosphere in Perth, Western Australia.
Although Damage CTRL recently ejected Bayley from its ranks, Women’s Tag Team Champions The Kabuki Warriors were primed to go it alone against Hartwell and Candice LeRae, former NXT Women’s Tag Team Champions.
Asuka and Kairi Sane stuck with their apparent game plan of isolating LeRae from Hartwell, drawing the ire from the Australian faithful.
Once LeRae finally tagged Hartwell, the Australian WWE Universe erupted, as Hartwell nearly won the titles after stacking her competitors on top of each other.
Despite a great performance from Hartwell and LeRae, The Kabuki Warriors retained after Sane hit an Assisted Insane Elbow to LeRae, though the challengers received another deafening ovation from the WWE Universe after falling just short.
Becky Lynch emerged victorious in the Elimination Chamber to earn the right to battle the Women's World Champion at WrestleMania
Competing inside the gruesome Elimination Chamber for the first time, The Man came around and conquered Bianca Belair, Liv Morgan, Raquel Rodriguez, Naomi and Tiffany Stratton to earn a Women’s World Title Match at WrestleMania XL.
The Man had to go the distance, as she started the match with fellow veteran Naomi.
After an amazing split-legged leg drop from Naomi to Lynch, Tiffy Time began when Stratton entered the fray.
Stratton dominated once she joined the action, but Lynch and Naomi soon dealt with the troublesome Superstar.
Coming in hot in the fourth position was Morgan, who wanted to continue her “revenge tour” in her effort to get to Rhea Ripley. Morgan made an immediate impact, repeatedly hurling Stratton into the pod casings.
The Man also used the steel to unforgiving lengths, locking on a Dis-arm-her on Stratton through the chain.
After a huge sunset flip powerbomb from Naomi to Morgan, Naomi became the first competitor eliminated when Stratton surprised her with a rollup.
Rodriguez exploded into the chamber in the fifth spot, powering Stratton into a spinning powerslam.
The field became complete when The EST sprang into action, knocking down Stratton before going toe-to-toe with Rodriguez.
The action reached a fever pitch when Stratton climbed atop one of the pods and soared through the air with an awe-inspiring swanton bomb that took out the field.
Despite the stunning performance from Stratton, Morgan spelled the end of Tiffy Time, pinning her after a huge Oblivion from the top of the pod.
Rodriguez displayed her otherworldly strength by simultaneously lifting Morgan and Lynch and dropping them with a double powerbomb, but The EST quickly hoisted Rodriguez over head for an almighty K.O.D., ending Rodriguez’s night.
With the field down to Morgan, Lynch and Belair, the three Superstars battled wildly for a chance to go to WrestleMania.
The unbelievable action came down to the wire. Morgan stunned Belair with a surprise rollup for a three-count, but Morgan was immediately caught by The Man, who punched her ticket to WrestleMania with the Man-handle Slam.
Look out Philadelphia. Here comes The Man.
Undisputed WWE Tag Team Champions The Judgment Day def. New Catch Republic
With the sun setting in Perth, New Catch Republic attempted to set the sun on The Judgment Day’s Undisputed WWE Tag Team Championship reign.
Pete Dunne and Tyler Bate came out of the gates hot, shocking Finn Bálor and Damian Priest with a surprise attack as “Dirty” Dominik Mysterio was trying to introduce his team.
The bout soon became a borderline Handicap Match, with Mysterio on the outside getting involved frequently.
Bate showcased his “Big Strong Boi” tendencies, lifting Priest onto his shoulders before delivering an airplane spin that sent Priest all the way back to the United States. Dunne almost had the match won after a Bitter End, but Mysterio once again played spoiler, moving Bálor’s foot under the ropes.
A double Tyler Driver to Bálor could have spelled the end of The Judgment Day, but Señor Money in the Bank swiftly saved his teammate.
New Catch Republic threw everything they had at The Judgment Day, including a burning hammer, but Priest somehow kicked out.
With Dunne and Bate perhaps attempting a tandem maneuver on Priest from the middle turnbuckle, Bálor prevented them from taking flight by grabbing his teammate’s leg and discreetly tagging into the match. Seconds later, Priest hit a double South of Heaven before Bálor followed up with the Coup de Grace on Dunne to allow The Judgment Day to leave Perth with the gold.
Cody Rhodes and Seth “Freakin” Rollins challenged The Bloodline on “The Grayson Waller Effect” before taking out Austin Theory
Drew McIntyre emerged victorious in the Elimination Chamber to earn the right to challenge World Heavyweight Champion Seth "Freakin" Rollins at WrestleMania
At WrestleMania, Drew McIntyre will challenge Seth “Freakin” Rollins for the World Heavyweight Championship, but The Scottish Warrior had to go through Randy Orton, LA Knight, Kevin Owens, Bobby Lashley and United States Champion Logan Paul inside the Elimination Chamber.
The Megastar and The Scottish Warrior started the match with a bang, as Knight repeatedly battered McIntyre’s face into Owens’ pod, and KO assisted by banging his forearm on the glass.
KO entered third and came in like a cannonball, taking out McIntyre and Knight and taunting Orton and Paul.
The All Mighty entered fourth, making a beeline for McIntyre, his WrestleMania 37 opponent.
The Viper then entered his record-breaking ninth Elimination Chamber Match in the penultimate spot, showcasing his experience by running roughshod.
Orton’s time in the chamber nearly ended quickly after he appeared to injure his back on the unforgiving floor of the structure.
Just as Paul was about to enter last, KO was there to meet him, and he unleashed a savage barrage of punches inside the pod.
Living up to his “All Mighty” moniker, Lashley Speared Paul and Owens through the pods. Unfortunately for Lashley, he became the first Superstar eliminated after two devastating Claymore Kicks from McIntyre.
As Lashley was being escorted out of the ring, AJ Styles suddenly entered and mercilessly brutalized Knight with a steel chair before delivering a Styles Clash onto the weapon. Seconds later, McIntyre pinned Knight.
Even with an injured back, Orton eliminated KO and Paul with RKOs to leave The Scottish Warrior and The Viper as the last two standing.
After playing possum, Orton struck McIntyre with an RKO, but The Maverick reentered the ring and blasted Orton with the brass knuckles. McIntyre capitalized by immediately pinning Orton to win the match and claim a World Heavyweight Championship Match against Rollins at WrestleMania.
Women’s World Champion Rhea Ripley def. Nia Jax
In Mami’s home country, Rhea Ripley was pumped to defend her Women’s World Title against the deadly Nia Jax.
Despite Ripley’s confidence, Jax dominated The Eradicator early in the title fight.
Mami eventually found her footing, but no matter what she did, she still couldn’t defeat Jax.
Ripley tried to put down her challenger with a powerbomb, but Jax countered into a huge Samoan drop onto the announce table. Jax followed up with an elbow through Ripley that broke the table.
Jax nearly won the championship after hitting the Annihilator, but Ripley somehow kicked out.
Soon after, Ripley hit Jax with a stunning superplex and stood tall with a massive Riptide to walk out of Perth still on top. Next stop, The Man at WrestleMania.