WWE Elimination Chamber 2020: Match Card, Results, PPV Predictions, How To Watch, And Start Time
Find out all the info you need to know for the last PPV on the WWE Network before Wrestlemania.
Elimination Chamber is coming to the WWE Network today. After the March 6 episode of Smackdown, another match was added to the card, building on the rivalry between Daniel Bryan and Drew Gulak. Check out all the matches below. And if you're looking to see who won, check out our live results for Elimination Chamber.
Don't expect anything too crazy to happen at this event, as it's more about building towards story lines at WWE's largest show of the year. As of this writing, the biggest match on the card is the women's Elimination Chamber match where the winner will take on Becky Lynch for the Raw Women's Championship at Wrestlemania.
How to watch:
This year's Elimination Chamber is taking place at the Wells Fargo Center in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. In order to watch the event, you can purchase the PPV through your satellite or cable provider or subscribe to the WWE Network--which may have big changes coming to it soon. New subscribers get one month for free, which means you get both Elimination Chamber and Wrestlemania to stream for zero dollars. If you like the network, it costs $10 a month after trial period. Here are the start times for around the world for the March 8 event.
Elimination Chamber Main Card Start Time:
- 4 PM PT
- 7 PM ET
- 11 PM GMT
- 10 AM AEDT (March 9)
Per usual, there will be a Kickoff Show on the WWE Network--which is also available on YouTube--one hour prior to the main card. There will be at least one match on the pre-show, alongside a whole lot of recapping what's happened in WWE leading up to the event.
As of this writing, six matches booked for Elimination Chamber. More will be booked after Friday's episode of Smackdown. Check out the card below.
- Andrade (c) vs. Humberto Carrillo (United States Championship)
- Drew Gulak vs. Daniel Bryan
- Braun Strowman (c) vs. Shinsuke Nakamura, Cesaro, and Sami Zayn: 3 on 1 for the Intercontinental Championship
- Aleister Black vs. AJ Styles (No Disqualification Match)
- The Street Profits (c) vs. Seth Rollins & Murphy (Raw Tag Team Champtionship)
- Women's Elimination Chamber Match (Natalya, Liv Morgan, Shayna Baszler, Asuka, Ruby Riott, and Sarah Logan)
- Men's Elimination Chamber Match: For the Smackdown Tag Team Championship (Miz & Morrison (c), The Usos, The New Day, Heavy Machinery, Lucha House Party, and Ziggler & Roode)
Because of the Saudi Arabia show Super Showdown on February 27, WWE hasn't been able to build this PPV as successfully as it normally does. However, the seeds of Baszler vs. Becky Lynch have already been planted in WWE storylines, with Baszler biting Lynch on an episode of Raw. It's best to place your bets on Baszler winning the Elimination Chamber match, as people are clamoring to see her and Lynch, one on one, at this year's Wrestlemania.
Women's Elimination Chamber:
The winner of the monumental match will face Becky Lynch for the Raw Women's Championship. That being said, without a doubt, the winner of this match will be Shayna Baszler. With how WWE programming has been building towards a one-on-one battle between Baszler and Lynch, it would be mind-boggling to not have Baszler win. If someone else does happen to win, somehow, it will still be Baszler vs. Lynch at Mania.
Braun Strowman (c) vs. Shinsuke Nakamura, Cesaro, and Sami Zayn: Intercontinental Championship
Can we just step back and appreciate how bonkers the booking for this match is? It's three wrestlers taking on one for a championship. As far as the prediction goes, it seems like Braun Strowman will come out on top. However, I like the idea much more of Nakamura, Cesaro, and Zayn winning the title as a team. I have no idea how three people sharing a singles title would work, but it could be a fun story to watch play out before Wrestlemania, where they would ultimately lose it.
We'll keep you updated as more matches are added to the card after the February 28 episode of Smackdown and the March 2 episode of Raw.
Make sure to come back to GameSpot on Sunday, March 8 for live coverage of the show.
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