WWE Elimination Chamber 2020 Results
March 8, 2020
Wells Fargo Center
The WWE Elimination Chamber 2020 event is finally upon us. Welcome to our live results coverage from Wells Fargo Center in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
Featured below is the WWE Elimination Chamber Kickoff Show video live stream, as well as our coverage of the official pre-show for tonight’s pay-per-view.
The coverage will continue until the PPV portion of the event gets underway at approximately 7p.m. EST., where we pick things up for an even more in-depth coverage with faster and more-detailed updates from start-to-finish.
We hope you enjoy the show, and our coverage here tonight at Rajah.com, as we strive to be your number one destination for all things pro wrestling, particularly during a big WWE and/or AEW pay-per-view weekend.
WWE ELIMINATION CHAMBER KICKOFF SHOW RESULTS
The regular WWE Forever opening starts off tonight’s WWE Elimination Chamber Kickoff Show at the Wells Fargo Center in Philadelphia, PA where the commentators remind fans this is the final stop on the road to Wrestlemania.
Jonathan Coachman welcomes us to the Kickoff Show for tonight’s Elimination Chamber Event. Coachman introduces us to the other members of the panel including Charly Caruso who mentions we are four weeks to the day away from Wrestlemania.
Caruso then gives a shout out to all the women watching as today is International Women’s Day. Next to be introduced, from Hot 97, the Yes Network, and ESPN, Peter Rosenberg. Last to be introduced is David Otunga. Caruso announces Elimination Chamber is free for new subscribers and only available on the WWE Network.
The SmackDown Tag-Team Championship Elimination Match is highlighted where The Miz and John Morrison will defend their tag team titles. RAW Tag Team Championship The Street Profits vs. Seth Rollins & Murphy. Next to be highlighted is the Intercontinental Championship 1 on 3 Handicap Match with Braun Strowman vs. Nakamura, Cesaro, and Sami Zayn.
Also on the card for tonight is Daniel Bryan vs. Drew Gulak as Gulak is set to prove he has identified all of Daniel Bryan’s weaknesses. This match opens tonight’s PPV event.
The No Disqualification Match with Aleister Black vs. AJ Styles is also announced for tonight’s Elimination Chamber card. Humberto Carrillo vs. Andrade for the United States Championship is highlighted. Then finally, the RAW Women’s Championship Elimination Chamber Match where the winner faces Becky Lynch at Wrestlemania is announced as we go into a video package showing the events leading up to the women’s match.
A video package begins showing former Elimination Chamber matches, then leads into Becky Lynch and Wrestlemania. As previously mentioned, the winner of tonight’s RAW Women’s Championship Elimination Chamber Match will earn the spot at Wrestlemania to face off against Becky Lynch for the WWE Women’s Championship.
Shayna Baszler, Asuka, Natalya, Sarah Morgan, Ruby Riott, and Liv Morgan will be in the ring at the same time as they go head to head in the hopes of moving on to Wrestlemania. Clips are shown highlighting how all six women ended up in this six woman match up in the Elimination Chamber.
The Women’s Elimination Chamber Rules are announced as follows:
As we come back to the desk of commentator’s, they are joined by WWE Superstar Ruby Riott who will take part in the 6-Woman Elimination Chamber Match scheduled for later tonight.
Riott is asked how she is doing to which Riott responds she is doing good and feeling ready. Riott goes on to say she will not discredit the former Riot Squad members Liv Morgan and Sarah Logan, as they are products of Riott. Riott continues on to say she taught them everything they know, so of course they are a threat. However Riott finishes saying she will have to put them in their place, then secure her place at Wrestlemania opposite Becky Lynch.
Peter Rosenberg then chimes in asking Ruby Riott if she’s a little distracted by the Riott Squad as another threat that is being missed is Shayna Baszler. Riott responds saying she knows everyone has their favorites, but she doesn’t understand why she has been overlooked for so long. Riott says she is sitting there right now because they cannot forget about her, and everyone will find out why when she steps into the chamber tonight.
David Otunga speaks to Riott last, pointing out that the two former Riott Squad members are the only two with experience in the chamber. Otunga asks if Riott is concerned about the chamber itself. Riott says they have always relied on someone to get where they are, while Riott does it alone. She ends by saying it doesn’t matter what surrounds her, all she has to do is get through it to get to Wrestlemania.
With that Ruby Riott exits. The counter is at 47:38 as we go to another video package for tomorrow’s RAW, highlighting Edge’s return following the disasterous attack he took at the hands of former friend Randy Orton.
The commentators all discuss the Randy Orton/Edge scenerio as the video package ends highlighting Edge’s return for tomorrow night’s Monday Night RAW. Otunga says this is the most dangerous Randy Orton that we’ve seen in a long time. Roseberg adds Edge has inspired Orton to be the performer he is.
Charly Caruso welcomes The Miz and John Morrison over video stream. The SmackDown Tag-Team Champions begin speaking saying they have to take on 10 Superstars in their first title defense match. Morrison gives a quick history lesson, saying, “We are gonna be like the Spartans, beat the crap out of a bunch or Romans like when Cortes took over South America.”
The Miz says “Miz and Morrison ARE tag-team wrestling.” Rosenberg says he has a question for Morrison who hasn’t been in the chamber since 2011. Morrison says the chamber is bigger than he remembers. Miz interrupts Morrison’s response saying, “How DARE you question if Morrison is ready, he was born ready! Plus, we are *singsong* Miz and Morrison… hey hey… ho-ho…” which ends their interview.
Once again the match-ups for tonight are highlighted pointing out again the Drew Gulak vs. Daniel Bryan match will open the pay-per-view event.
The Viking Raiders vs. Zack Ryder & Curt Hawkins
Now it’s time for our lone Kickoff Show match of the evening, which will be contested in the tag-team division, with Erik and Ivar — The Viking Raiders taking on the team of Zack Ryder and Curt Hawkins.
Out first The Viking Raiders members Erik and Ivar make their way down the ramp and towards the ring as they are formally announced. Next Zack Ryder and Curt Hawkins are announced as their music sounds and they make their way down the ramp towards the ring.
Ryder and Hawkins enter the ring with opponents Erik and Ivar. The bell rings and the match begins. The match starts off with Zack Ryder and Erik. Ryder attempts to turn things around with a Waist-lock on Erik, Erik counters with a heavy slam to the mat.
Ryder tags in Hawkins. Hawkins doing about as well as Ryder as he is Shoulder Shoved to the mat. Hawkins causes a distraction, attempting to turn the match around. Ryder enters the ring with the tag, Hawkins with the assist. Ryder locks in a Headlock on Erik in the center of the ring.
The crowd begins to clap, encouraging Erik back to his feet. Erik is knocked out of the ring by Hawkins as we go to a video package picture-in-picture. We can see Hawkins tags Ryder in to continue to keep Erik on the mat, then Hawkins tags in again as we come back to full screen. A big right hand by Erik, allowing him to tag Ivar in.
Hawkins tags in Ryder at the same time. The match quickly changes pace as Ivar lands a Clothesline and a Cross-body on Ryder in the center of the ring, followed by a Seated Senton. Ryder accidentally drops Hawkins with the Rough Ryder. The Raid is on as Ivar levels both Ryder and Hawkins. A Knee Strike by Erik takes down Hawkins. The Viking Experience for the three count and the win!
Winners: The Viking Raiders
Sarah Schreiber welcomes Andrade and Zelina Vega as they are seen backstage for an interview before the start of Elimination Chamber. Vega declares she has to set the record straight on what actually went down last week.
According to Vega, Humbeeerto did not pin Andrade fairly and legally. Rey Mysterio illegally entered the ring and kicked Angel Garza into Andrade. The referee did not stop the match. Humberto then took advantage, going after Andrade in a moment of weakness.
Out of sportsmanship, Humberto should have stopped the match, but he couldn’t take on a 100% Andrade. Vega declares Andrade will prove that tonight in the ring. Vega affirms that Humberto will be a success one day, adding it will not be at the expense of Andrade. Andrade speaks in Spanish, ending his thought in English to Carrillo, “I hope you are smart enough to quit tonight”
Final Moments Before EC Starts
The Usos hype their match for tonight, dismissing each of the tag-teams as they welcome us to The Uso Penitentiary. As we come back to the Commentator’s Round-table, the clock is at 2:29 as Elimination Chamber is only minutes away. Otunga says he chooses The Usos, Caruso mentions Heavy Machinery, Goldberg declares The Usos vs. New Day is magic.
The Kickoff Show is wrapped up and the panel concludes things before kicking it over to tonight’s announce team for the WWE Elimination Chamber pay-per-view.
WWE ELIMINATION CHAMBER PPV RESULTS
The elaborate “cold open” video package starts off the 2020 WWE Elimination Chamber pay-per-view, as we embark on the final PPV stop on the Road to WrestleMania 36.
From there, we shoot inside the Wells Fargo Center in Philadelphia, PA. where fireworks erupt and pyro explodes at the top of the entrance way as Michael Cole officially welcomes us to the show.
Daniel Bryan vs. Drew Gulak
The familiar theme song of Daniel Bryan then hits the house speakers inside the arena and the fans get on their feet and begin with the “Yes!” chants. Michael Cole explains to the viewing audience that we will be kicking off tonight’s PPV where things left off on Friday Night SmackDown.
As Daniel leads “Yes!” chants on the turnbuckle, we shoot to the announce table for our first look at the commentary team for the show. Then, Drew Gulak’s theme hits and out he comes as highlights from this past Friday night’s SmackDown are shown to explain how this match was set up for tonight.
The Spanish and German announce teams are introduced by Cole and shown briefly on camera and then the bell sounds to start our first PPV bout of the evening.
Early on, the two do a lot of mat-wrestling, with Gulak doing every move that Bryan does, only he does it a bit better — which the announcers do a good job of explaining as it happens. They also tell the story of Gulak growing up a fan of Bryan’s, but spotting mistakes he made over the years and always knowing in the back of his mind that he could exploit them if the two were to ever meet.
Now the announcers remind us about Heath Slater informing Gulak that going after the knee of Bryan is a good strategy, and Gulak is doing exactly that, as he focuses his attack now that he is comfortably in the offensive driver’s seat, on the leg of Bryan.
Gulak is now switching his attack to focus on the neck of Bryan. Michael Cole stresses on commentary that Bryan almost had his career ended due to neck issues over the years.
After some nasty Dragon Suplexes, Bryan is on the floor with the announcers questioning whether or not he can continue in the match. The referee begins counting him out, with his count reaching nine.
Back in the ring, Bryan starts firing up on offense and making a bit of a comeback. It is eventually cut off when the top head to the top rope and Gulak turns the tide. Gulak nails a high spot off the top with Bryan landing face-first, jacking his neck up some more.
Now, Gulak is looking for the Dragon Sleeper on the hurt neck of Bryan. Bryan somehow reverses this into the Yes! Lock submission. He tightens it up and eventually Gulak, who refuses to tap out, passes out. Bryan wins.
Winner: Daniel Bryan
WWE United States Title
Andrade (c) vs. Humberto Carrillo
The WWE U.S. Champion Andrade, accompanied by Zelina Vega, make their way to the ring as it is time for our second match of the evening.
Humberto Carrillo, the opponent for the WWE U.S. Champion, now makes his way out second for our first title match of the evening.
As soon as the bell sounds, Andrade charges at Carrillo and hits a back elbow and covers him immediately 1-2…Carrillo just barely manages to kick out in time.
The match continues with Andrade dominating the offense early on and Carrillo only showing brief signs of life here and there until he finally Clotheslines the champion over the top rope and out to the floor.
Back in the ring, the action continues. The two exchange turns in the offensive lead without the other establishing a lengthy run of dominance until Andrade starts turning up the intensity and taking it to the challenger.
Carrillo ends up knocking Andrade out to the floor and now back in the ring, he is firing up with a comeback run. He does a cool cartwheel flip-type spot but misses big and now Andrade is starting to take back over as Zelina is audibly heard cheering him on at ringside.
Andrade climbs to the top rope but is whacked in the side of the head by a kick from Carrillo. He follows up after Andrade now, looking for a Superplex or something along those lines. Andrade blocks him and blasts him with a chop that the entire arena reacted to.
Carrillo, crotched over the ropes stands up and hits a Super-Hurricanrana on Andrade off the top-rope. He gets a delayed cover but only scores a two count on his pin attempt. Replays are shown of that cool spot as fans chant “This Is Awesome!”
Zelina gets involved, taking the padding off the turnbuckle. Carrillo and Andrade set up a couple of high spots for the finish, including a hammerlock DDT on the concrete floor and a big dive from Carrillo over the ref’s head and out to the floor on Andrade.
Finally, we head to the finish where Andrade rolls Carrillo up and holds the tights to get the three-count. With the win, Andrade retains his title.
Winner and STILL WWE United States Champion: Andrade
Backstage With AJ Styles
Charly Caruso welcomes AJ Styles, asking Styles how big of a roll the “No Disqualification” rule will play in his match tonight. Styles responds with his own question asking Caruso if she feels as sorry for Aleister Black as Styles does. Styles mocks Black saying he sits “criss-cross applesauce” alone in an all black dark room listening to sad music.
Then Styles continues “I think you really want to ask if Gallows and Anderson are going to join me ringside… and the answer is, yea, they are.” Styles says they wanted to buy tickets but they were sold out, and they are just trying to show support like good friends.
It’s not gonna be a fair match, when anyone is in the ring with me. If anyone is going to get dq’d from this match, it’s me. Wait, did I say that right? Oh look, over there…” as Styles walks off. We go to commercial.
SmackDown Tag-Team Championships
(Elimination Chamber Match)
The Miz & John Morrison (c) vs. New Day vs. The Usos vs. Lucha House Party vs. Heavy Machinery vs. Dolph Ziggler & Robert Roode
Out first for this match, SmackDown Tag-Team Champions, The Miz first, followed by John Morrison as their music sounds in the Wells Fargo Center in Philadelphia, PA. Miz and Morrison make their way down the ramp, entering the ring. Both Miz and Morrison hold their belts up for the crowd before handing them to the referee. Miz and Morrison shaking the chains and glass before being locked in their pod.
As his music sounds, “The Glorious” Robert Roode appears at the top of the stage engulfed in blue spotlights, Dolph Ziggler’s music sounds and both men make their way down the ramp backwards as they look out into the crowd. It is announced they will enter the chamber last, per their win in the gauntlet match allowing them the final entry. Roode and Ziggler pose inside the ring, Ziggler talking smack to Miz before both men enter their pod.
Lucha House Party make their way out next, entering their pod. Heavy Machinery’s music sounds as Otis and Tucker make their way down the ramp and head towards the ring. The commentator’s note that Otis and Tucker together is almost 650lbs, questioning if they will fit in the pod together. Otis stares down Dolph Ziggler who is already in his pod with Roode.
Otis and Tucker get stuck momentarily as they both try to enter the pod at the same time. “Don’t you dare be sour!” Kofi Kingston and Big E of The New Day make their way down the ramp and enter the ring. Big E looks in at Heavy Machinery, Otis begins dancing at Big E. The Uso’s music sounds next as Jimmy and Jey make their way to the ring.
The New Day and The Usos stand in the center of the ring as the bell begins. Jimmy and Jey circle Kingston and Big E, all four men talking trash to one another. Big E bulldozes Jey into the corner. Kingston and Jimmy with fast paced action, Kingston with a quick cover. Jimmy kicks out at two. Kingston lands a Dropkick.
A Shoulder Tackle by Big E, followed by Belly-to-Belly. A Cross-body by New Day member Kingston. The four continue to go back and forth inside the ring, finally the clock gets down to 10 seconds. The crowd begins to chant the numbers down, the clock hits zero as New Day and The Usos stand prepared for whichever chamber opens.
Lucha House Party’s pod lights up as Metalik and Dorado come running out. Metalik sends Big E under the bottom rope. A Kick to the side of the face of Uso. Double Team for the Splash on Jimmy for the pin. Fast paced offense by Lucha House Party.
The Usos slow the pace with multiple Chops. Moonsaults by Dorado and Metalik off the bottom turnbuckle, then the second turnbuckle to cover Jimmy Uso. Jey makes the save. Big E launches Kingston through the air, landing on both Metalik and Dorado.
New Day taking control of the match-up. Kingston Body Slams. Metalik and Dorado both continue to move away from moves by New Day. Dorado sitting on the top of the pod, Jimmy and Jey try to follow him up to the top. Kingston to the top rope, jumping to the top of the pod. Metalik jumps up as well.
Dorado with a Cross-body taking out The Usos, Metalik with a Crossbody onto New Day. Everybody laid out in and out of the ring as the clock runs down to zero. Miz and Morrison’s pod lights up as they enter the ring. Miz taking down Big E. Morrison going after The Usos.
Finally back in the ring Miz and Morrison double team Dorado with Running Knee and a take down. Miz and Morrison continue to double team The Usos. Morrison dragging Dorado back into the ring. Morrison with a pin attempt on Dorado, Metalik for the save. A Right Hand by Morrison.
Metalik back to the top of the pod. Morrison following Metalik to the top. Metalik with a Hurricanrana from the top of the chamber for the cover. “This is Awesome!” chant from the crowd. Kingston with a Boot Drop on Miz in the center of the ring. Miz back to his feet as Kingston goes for Trouble in Paradise.
Miz goes for the cover on Kingston, Big E breaks the count. Big E with an Overhead Belly-to-Belly, throwing Morrison. Miz goes for his finisher, Big E and Kingston double team Miz and go for the cover, Morrison for the save. The clock runs down again, still nobody eliminated.
Heavy Machinery’s pod lights up as Otis and Tucker enter the ring. Clotheslines for everyone by Otis and Tucker, followed by Squashies for The Usos against the cage. Dorado back to the top of the pod. Otis pacing outside of the ring. Tucker and Metalik inside the ring, Sidewalk Slam by Tucker. Metalik kicks out at two.
Big E comes in, Clothesline on Otis. Tucker lands a Clothesline on Big E. A double team Belly-to-Belly by Otis and Tucker onto Big E. Oversize Load, Otis with the Caterpillar, landing an Elbow Drop on Big E. The Usos and New Day break the cover.
All the Superstars look up, as the camera pans up, Dorado swinging from the top of the cage, dropping on all the men inside the ring wiping them out. Otis and Tucker land the Compactor for the three count pin on Lucha House Party.
Lucha House Party Eliminated
The clock runs down as Otis and Tucker stand on either side of Ziggler and Roode’s pod. Miz and Morrison attack Otis and Tucker, allowing Ziggler and Roode to finally exit their pod. Ziggler mocking Otis. Roode and Morrison working together inside the ring.
Ziggler attempts to scale the cage, getting away from Otis. Ziggler standing on the stop of the pod. Ziggler looking at Otis, doesn’t notice Tucker climbing the cage, standing next to Ziggler on the pod. Tucker throws Ziggler to Otis. Otis slams Ziggler onto the top rope.
Tucker lands a Somersault off the top of the pod onto the superstars below. Roode and Ziggler attack Otis on the outside of the ropes. Otis Clotheslines Roode over the top rope, then turning his attention to Ziggler. Otis lifts Ziggler onto his shoulder, Roode saves Ziggler.
Roode goes for the Glorious DDT, Otis counters with a Back Drop. Otis getting himself revved up. Full head of steam by Otis… goes running through the pod, through the chamber, crashing out to the floor!
An instant replay is shown, Tucker crawling toward the broken pod, looking out at Otis to see if he’s ok. The crowd begins a “This is Awesome!” chant. Tucker still concerned, shouting, “Otis? Otis! Otis get up!” Several referees and officials surrounding Otis. Tucker turns back to Ziggler and Roode.
Ziggler shakes his head. Tucker with Right Hands on Ziggler and Roode. Superkick by Ziggler, Roode follows up with a Glorious DDT.
Heavy Machinery Eliminated
Ziggler and Roode raise their hands in victory, then mocking Otis as he is escorted off. Ziggler waving like a beauty queen. Trouble in Paradise by Kingston. Big Ending by Big E. Jimmy and Jey jump from either pod for an Uso Splash.
Dolph Ziggler and Robert Roode Eliminated
The crowd begins chanting, “Na-na Na-Na Hey-Hey-Hey, Good Bye!” Ziggler and Roode shout “Shut Up!” at the crowd as they leave unceremoniously.
New Day and The Usos looking at one another face to face, then turn on Miz and Morrison. Jimmy, Jey, Big E, and Kingston begin stomping Miz and Morrison in the center of the ring. Jimmy stops everyone, then says, “Ok, let’s do it again!” as they all stomp again.
Miz sent over the top rope on one side, Morrison sent over the top on the other. Kingston takes down Jimmy. Samoan Drop by Uso on Kingston for the pin, Kingston kicks out at two. Another Samoan Drop on Big E for the cover, Big E kicks out at two. More back and forth action. Kingston finally makes his way to the top of the pod.
As Kingston jumps, nobody home! Miz and Morrison quickly crawl in, covering Kingston together.
New Day Eliminated
Miz and Morrison and The Usos are now the two remaining teams. The crowd begins chanting “Usos! Usos!” Jimmy and Jey begin throwing hands at Miz and Morrison. A cover on Morrison, Morrison kicks out at two.
Jimmy and Jey look for the Double Splash again, Miz gets his knees up, rolling up for a quick two count. A figure four by The Miz on Jimmy Uso, trying his best not to tap out. Morrison lands Star-ship Pain. Jey rolls up Morrison for a two count. A Super-kick. Another kick-out by Morrison at two.
All four men laid out in the ring. As Morrison goes over the ropes, Miz goes under the ropes, Miz lands a Sunset Flip Pin as Morrison jumps over the top rope for a double pin with Miz using the ropes for a legal assist for the three count, retaining their titles!
Winners and STILL WWE SmackDown Tag-Team Champions: The Miz & John Morrison
Backstage Interview With Natalya
Charly Caruso stands backstage with Natalya, saying Asuka and Shayna Baszler look incredibly ready. Caruso asks Natalya about her good friend Beth Phoenix. Natalya says Beth is going to pull through as she is strong, though she cannot say the same thing for Orton when Edge returns on Monday night.
Natalya continues on saying family is everything, so tonight when she enters the Elimination Chamber, she’s going to unleash her legacy, because she was born to do this.
No Disqualification Match
Aleister Black vs. AJ Styles W/ Zack Gallows & Carl Anderson
Out first is AJ Styles who is accompanied by Zack Gallows and Carl Anderson as Styles music sounds in the ring. A video recap shows the match from earlier in the week when Styles tricked Black into having to fight Anderson and Gallows before finally getting to his match with Styles. Back in the arena, Styles stands in the ring.
Out next as his music sounds, is Aleister Black, rising up from the darkness at the top of the stage. Black springs forward then begins his walk down the ramp, keeping his eyes low. Black rolls over the top rope, landing inside the ring in a sitting position. The lights come back up. The bell rings and the match begins.
Styles wastes no time trying to gain the upper hand in this match up. Black going after Styles. Anderson up on the apron, trying to grab the attention of Black. Styles shoves Black into the corner of the ring, isolating the leg of Black. Black falls to the mat, rolling away from Styles. Styles once again kicks Black who is back scooting on the mat. Styles with a Stomp to the leg of Black, followed by bending the foot/ankle of Black.
Styles smiling and laughing, Black kicks Styles in the face. Styles rolls away, exiting the ring, grabbing a kendo stick from under the apron. Styles swings the kendo at the leg of Black. Black jerks forward. Black does a quick stand, and a massive kick to the head of Styles.
Black picks up the kendo, Styles back to his feet, Super-kick takes Black out of the ring. Styles over the top rope, Knee Strike by Black mid-air for the counter. Black sets up a table on the outside of the ring by the announcer’s table. Black raises his hands, the crowd cheers.
Styles with a steel chair to the leg, then the back of Black. Back in the ring, Black avoids the steel chair by Styles. Styles once again attacking the left leg of Black. Styles yanking back as he locks in the Calf Crusher. Black grabs the kendo stick, pressing it into the face of Styles, loosening Styles grip.
Black crawls away from Styles, making his way back to his feet. Black swings the kendo stick at both of Styles’ legs, then the back of Styles. Black continuously beating the body of Styles with the kendo stick. Styles slows down Black with a kick.
Black back on his back. Styles sets up for a Power Bomb, Black counters, Styles goes over the top rope. Styles re-enters the ring, attempting to pin, Black kicks out. Styles lands a Brain Buster, covers again. Black kicks out once again. Black with a glazed over look in his eyes as Styles gets back to his feet.
Styles jams a steel chair into the corner of the ring under the top turnbuckle. Styles walks over to Black, then over to the opposing turnbuckle, going to the top. Black with a Knee Strike to Styles on the top turnbuckle. Styles drops to the apron. Black gets back to his feet, rage in his eyes.
Black striking, lighting up Styles, then a Leg Sweep. Black hobbles up, going for the Moonsault for the cover. Styles kicks out at two. Black avoids the Styles Clash as Black goes for the Moonsault. Styles gets the advantage, going for the cover, Black kicks out at two.
Black kicks Styles into the steel chair Styles set up in the corner of the ring. Styles clears the table, Black stops him, sweeping his legs out from beneath him. Black lands a Double Knee Press off the Announcer’s Table, Styles goes through the table.
Black shoves Styles back in the ring, Gallows enters the ring for the save, Black lands a Kick on Gallows. Anderson then attempts to get the save, Black lands a Knee Strike taking Anderson down. Black looking ready to take on all three men, they gain the upper hand as Gallows and Anderson hit Magic Killer.
Styles ready to finish the match, signals for Gallows and Anderson to steady Black so Styles can hit the Phenomenal Forearm. Suddenly the lights go out at the sound of a familiar gong. The crowd pops! The lights come back up and Undertaker is standing in front of Anderson and Gallows, taking both men into a Choke-hold.
Styles tries to sneak attack, Undertaker turns just in time to catch Styles and Choke Slam him. The gong sounds once again as the lights go out again. The crowd pops again! Black struggles to his feet, hits the Black Mass on Styles for the three count!
Winner: Aleister Black
RAW Tag-Team Title Match
Street Profits (c) vs. Seth Rollins & Murphy
The Street Profits music sounds as the tag-team members Montez Ford and Angelo Dawkins make their way down the ramp towards the ring. Their music cuts as the next tag-team is announced. AOP’s music sounds as Murphy walks down the ramp, his hands clasped in front of him as AOP members Razar and Akam walk at either side of him.
Seth Rollins walking closely behind all three of his disciples, as he greets members of the crowd on his way down the ramp. Rollins enters the ring as Akam and Razar look under the apron beneath the ring, then they look around the commentator’s table as if they are looking for somebody. Rollins and Murphy hug as their music cuts.
This match starts off with Rollins and Dawkins. Rollins extends his hand to Dawkins. Dawkins grabs Rollins, Rollins falls into Murphy who tries to calm him. Rollins tags Murphy, they hug it out and Murphy charges at Dawkins. Murphy Slaps Dawkins in the face. Dawkins furious as he slams Murphy to the mat, then tags in Montez Ford.
Ford twists the arm of Murphy. Dawkins tags in again, Street Profits controlling this match early on. The crowd begins a “We Want The Smoke!” chant. Montez Ford tags in once again. Murphy tags in Rollins. Back and forth action, Ford having fun while in the ring, including hip swiveling by the ropes.
Rollins lands a Chop Block from behind, Dawkins following Murphy as he didn’t see the tag from Murphy to Rollins. Rollins with a Knee Drop on Dawkins in the center of the ring. Rolling bulldozes Dawkins into the corner, Murphy making the tag.
Murphy with a Foot Stomp on the leg of Dawkins. Dawkins kicks Murphy over the top rope, Murphy landing on the outside. Dawkins makes the tag to Ford. Ford on the attack on Murphy, knocking Rollins off the apron. DDT by Ford. Ford with Standing Moonsault for the two count on Murphy.
Ford puts his sweatband back on, going over the top rope, landing on Rollins and Murphy on the outside taking them both down. Rollins grabs the attention of the referee as Akam and Razar attack Ford unknown to the ref. The Viking Raider’s music sounds as Erik and Ivar head down the ramp.
The Viking Raiders and AOP take their fight away from the ring, leaving Rollins and Murphy alone to fight Dawkins and Ford. Ford and Rollins in the ring. Rollins makes the tag to Murphy. Ford caught in the corner of Rollins and Murphy. Murphy locking his arms around the head of Ford.
Dawkins jumping, shouting to Ford to get up. Ford back to his feet, attempting to battle out of the corner with Elbows to the midsection. Ford reaches for Dawkins. Sunset Flip countered by Double Knees, Ford kicks out at two. Ford finally tags in a fresh Dawkins.
Dawkins lands Murphy face first into the canvas. Dawkins lands the Bulldog on Rollins. Dawkins tags Ford back in. Double team on Rollins for the cover, Rollins kicks out at two. Dawkins kicks back in. Ford to the top, rolls through as Rollins side steps.
Murphy goes for the Super-kick. Double Super-kick by Murphy and Rollins. Murphy cover Dawkins who kicks out at two. Murphy shouts, “What do I do?” to Rollins. Murphy into the corner, Rollins tags himself in.
Ford off the top for the cover on Rollins, Rollins kicks out at two. More back and forth action, Murphy eventually back in the ring. Murphy to the top turnbuckle in a seated position, Ford trying to rip Murphy off the top turnbuckle. Murphy escapes. Dawkins tags in. Street Profits go to double team Murphy.
Rollins slides in, grabbing between both Ford and Dawkin’s legs, taking down everyone. The crowd begins to cheer as Kevin Owens is spotted walking through the crowd with some popcorn. Owens shrugs, going over the barricade with his popcorn.
Rollins turns around, staring down Owens. Owens throws popcorn in the face of Rollins who is irate. Dawkins levels Rollins, smashing Rollins into the barricade. Murphy flies over the rope, caught by Dawkins and Ford. Back in the ring, Ford tags in. The Cash Out by Ford onto Murphy, for the pin and the three count.
Winners and STILL RAW Tag-Team Champions: Street Profits
After the Match
Rollins leaning over the ropes, shouting at Murphy, “What happened to you?!” Kevin Owens standing behind him, eating his popcorn in the ring. Owens lands a Stunner on Rollins, then picks his popcorn back up, exiting the ring. As Owens heads for the ramp, he dumps some of his popcorn on Murphy, then heads up the ramp and walks backstage eating his popcorn.
A video package is shown highlighting the events between Braun Strowman and Nakamura, Cesaro, and Sami Zayn over the past several weeks.
Handicap Intercontinental Championship Match
Braun Strowman vs. Shinsuke Nakamura, Cesaro, & Sami Zayn
Out first is Braun Strowman as his music sounds in the Wells Fargo Center here in Philadelphia, PA. As Strowman makes his way down the ramp towards the ring, the commentator’s mention that anyone who pins or submits Strowman during this match will become the Intercontinental Champion.
Backstage we see Kayla Braxton standing with Sami Zayn, Cesaro, and Nakamura. Braxton asks if Sami Zayn’s confidence is shaken after Strowman’s comments earlier in the night. Zayn says he is not shaken, he is very confident.
Zayn says it’s been months that he’s been going back and forth with Strowman, and Strowman hasn’t laid one finger on Zayn, not one hair, not once. This entire time, until tonight. Zayn continues on saying tonight, he will go face to face with Strowman.
Zayn tells Cesaro and Nakamura to stay at their posts, possibly through the whole match, because tonight justice will be served and the championship will come back where it belongs.
Back in the arena, Cesaro’s music sounds first, Cesaro waits at the top of the ramp for Zayn and Nakamura. Nakamura’s music sounds next as he makes his way out, accompanied by Sami Zayn. All three men make their way down the ramp towards the ring where opponent Strowman awaits.
All the commentator’s for other countries are welcomed and announced as Strowman stares down Nakamura, Cesaro, and Zayn in the ring. The match is officially announced as the referee holds the belt above his head. The bell rings and the match begins.
Sami Zayn removes his jacket, starting off the match up with Strowman. Zayn begins bouncing back and forth. Strowman steps forward, Zayn jumps back, tagging in Nakamura. Strowman and Nakamura begin things with Strowman landing massive strikes and Clotheslines on Nakamura.
Strowman follows up with a Headbutt on Nakamura. Strowman throws Nakamura from corner to corner, pointing to Zayn saying, “I want you.” Strowman with a Splash in the corner, then running towards Zayn. Nakamura takes advantage, taking Strowman down.
Zayn lands a cheap shot from the outside of the ring. With Strowman down, Zayn quickly tags in, Stomping Strowman inside the ring. Strowman gets back to his knee, Zayn tags on, Nakamura coming back in. Cesaro tags in, getting a quick pin attempt on Strowman.
Strowman kicks out. Zayn tags back in. Zayn throwing Strikes at Strowman. Strowman bucks at Zayn who runs and tags in Nakamura once again. Nakamura with a Headlock locked in on Strowman, squeezing the breath out of Strowman. Strowman back to his feet, landing a Suplex on Nakamura.
Nakamura tags in Cesaro once again, Strowman with an Arm Tackle. Strowman throws Cesaro from turnbuckle to turnbuckle. Strowman sends Cesaro flying, then lands a big Chop across the chest of Nakamura. Strowman about to go off the rails as he looks at Sami Zayn outside of the ring.
Zayn jumps out of the ring. Strowman knocks over Nakamura, then knocks over Cesaro, going after Zayn. Zayn crawls under the ring, Strowman follows close behind. Nakamura and Cesaro back up, go to Strowman at under the apron looking for Zayn and begin Stomping Strowman. Back in the ring, Cesaro attempts The Neutralizer.
Strowman lifts Cesaro on his shoulders, Zayn for the save, then running away. Strowman knocked to the mat by Nakamura, Zayn the legal man once again. Zayn excited and jumping around, Zayn lands a kick on Strowman with the assist from Nakamura and Cesaro. Zayn gets the cover for the three count.
Winner and NEW Intercontinental Champion: Sami Zayn
After the Match
Sami Zayn exits the ring with Nakamura and Cesaro, posing on the ramp. Strowman struggling back to his feet, unsure of what happened, he looks to Zayn who is holding the title.
A Replay is shown of the triple-team Suplex on Strowman. Back in the arena, Nakamura and Cesaro hold Sami Zayn on their shoulders as Zayn holds the championship belt over his head in victory.
A video package highlighting all six female superstars that will be in tonight’s Elimination Chamber Match is shown. The matches leading up to tonight and the personal drama between all the women is shown.
Elimination Chamber Match For Spot At Wrestlemania against Becky Lynch
Shayna Baszler vs. Asuka vs. Natalya vs. Ruby Riott vs. Liv Morgan vs. Sarah Logan
The Elimination Chamber Women’s Rules are announced as the cage is lowered around the ring once again and the chambers are set up. Out first is Asuka who is accompanied by Kairi Sane. Asuka enters the ring, then stepping into her pod..
Out next is Sarah Logan as her music sounds in the arena. The commentators remind fans that Logan has experience inside the elimination chamber. Logan enters her chamber next. Liv Morgan’s music sounds next as Morgan makes her way down the ramp, pausing before entering the ring.
Morgan poses inside the ring, finally walking up to Logan’s chamber staring her down. Morgan taking a deep breath before entering her pod. Next out is Shayna Baszler, no stranger to a steel cage, Baszler jogs into the ring. Baszler walks up to Asuka’s pod, Asuka shouting at Baszler as she walks off.
Baszler then sizes up Logan at her pod and Morgan at her pod as well. Baszler then exits the ring, climbing into her pod. Ruby Riott’s music sounds next as Riott makes her way down the ramp towards the ring. Riott talks smack to Sarah Logan through the pod.
Riott walks up to Morgan’s pod, Morgan slams her fists off the glass, Riott jumps back. Riott stands in the ring awaiting her opponent.
Out last, Natalya, as her music sounds in the arena. Natalya makes her way towards the ring, entering with Ruby Riott. Natalya stares down all of the women in the pods one by one. Natalya turns, face to face with Riott. The bell rings and the match officially begins.
Riott lands the first shot on Natalya, Riott going for an early elimination, pinning Natalya. Natalya quickly kicks out. Riott looks at Morgan as she strikes Natalya, Riott shouting, “This is gonna be you Morgan, this is gonna be you!” Natalya gains the upper-hand, grinding Riott’s face against the steel ropes. Snap Suplex by Natalya on Riott.
Natalya gets a Sharp Shooter locked in on Ruby Riott. Riott avoids more damage from Natalya as she makes her way back to her feet. Natalya laid out on the outside of the ring. Becky Lynch is shown watching the match on a television backstage. Riott rolls Natalya back in the ring.
Riott attempts to pin Natalya, Natalya kicks out at two. Riott throws Natalya back to the outside of the ring, shoving her body into the cage, pushing her boot into the back of Natalya’s head. Riott with a big kick. Natalya drops Riott off her shoulders into the chain as the clock hits 00.
The pod of Sarah Logan is unlocked. Logan charges at Natalya, smashing her face first into Morgan’s pod. Ruby Riott begins climbing the cage, standing on top of Morgan’s pod. Riott tries to climb down, Natalya grabs Riott, and hits a Power Bomb.
Logan squatting on top of Morgan’s pod, finally jumps down, taking out Natalya and Sarah Logan. (Natalya looks to have really hurt her teeth/mouth in the match when Logan slammed into her.) Logan howls as she gets Riott sitting on the top turnbuckle.
Natalya grabs a hold of Logan, taking down Logan and Riott. All three women laying in the center of the ring. The clock runs to 00 once again and the cage of Shayna Baszler opens. Baszler comes in, grabbing Natalya, throwing her shoulder first into the post.
Baszler with a massive kick on Sarah Logan. Baszler lands a submission on Logan, Logan taps. Baszler then with a massive kick on Riott, and a submission, Riott immediately taps out as well. Baszler grabs Natalya by the hair, throwing Natalya into her pod, stomping her.
Baszler steps out, with an evil smile on her face. Baszler begins slamming the door of the pod into the face of a trapped Natalya. Baszler gets the same submission on Natalya, Natalya taps out as well. Baszler wipes her hands as she stands in the middle of the ring, awaiting the clock to run out.
Baszler starts dancing a little as she hops in the center of the ring. A replay is shown of how Baszler took each woman out as we await the clock to run out. Baszler still smiling an evil smile. Asuka looks ready to come out. Liv Morgan points to the Wrestlemania sign.
Liv Morgan’s pod opens. Baszler meets Morgan at the door as her pod opens. Morgan attacks Baszler, Morgan holding on to the cage. Morgan wraps her legs around Baszler’s neck.
Baszler swings Morgan around, finally throwing Morgan head first into the cage and pod door, hard. Morgan looks to be sobbing. Morgan enters the ring and hits Baszler. Baszler checks for blood, then with a Flying Knee on Morgan, Baszler knocks Morgan to the mat. Baszler sits on the top turnbuckle.
Baszler grabs Morgan by the hair, lifting her off her feet in a Choke Hold, Morgan passes out, the referee has to stop it. Baszler messes with Asuka as Asuka waits in her pod. Baszler steps back into the ring. The clock runs out, Asuka’s pod opens.
Baszler attacks Asuka. Asuka able to knock Baszler to the mat. Asuka goes for a Back Slide, Asuka goes for the Asuka Lock, Baszler rolls out. Asuka once again locks in the Asuka Lock, Baszler rolls out of the ring, grabbing the chains as she breaks up the submission. Baszler slams Asuka into the cage.
Asuka shakes her head “no”, running at Baszler once again. Baszler looks to be in pain, turns back to the ring, going for the Submission on Asuka. Baszler kicks the left arm of Asuka. Baszler with a Knee on Asuka. Baszler locks in the Submission on Asuka, Asuka passes out.
Becky Lynch is shown still watching the match, Lynch nods her head, looking unconcerned. Back in the ring, Baszler shouts, “I do what I want to do! They couldn’t stop me!”
Winner: Shayna Baszler