WWE Elimination Chamber 2024: Early Match Card Predictions
As WWE revs up for WrestleMania 40, the anticipation is at an all-time high following the electrifying Royal Rumble event. With the road now leading to Elimination Chamber 2024, wrestling enthusiasts are gearing up for what promises to be another unforgettable spectacle.
Taking place at the iconic Optus Stadium in Perth, Australia, on February 24, 2024, Elimination Chamber is poised to deliver a night of heart-stopping action and intense rivalries. While the official lineup of matches is yet to be unveiled by the company, fans worldwide are eagerly awaiting the announcement, expecting nothing short of a stacked card.
The Elimination Chamber event holds a special place in the hearts of wrestling aficionados, known for its unique structure and the chaos it unleashes within its confines. With the grandeur of a stadium show, the excitement surrounding this year’s instalment is palpable, as WWE looks to set the stage for the grandest event in sports entertainment, WrestleMania.
As speculation runs rampant within the WWE Universe, fans are buzzing with anticipation, theorizing about potential matchups and surprise appearances. From championship clashes to grudge matches, the possibilities are endless, promising fans a night filled with drama, athleticism, and unforgettable moments.
With the Road to WrestleMania officially underway, Elimination Chamber 2024 serves as a pivotal stop along the journey, setting the stage for the grand culmination of WWE’s biggest event of the year. As the countdown begins, all eyes are on Perth, Australia, as the superstars of WWE prepare to leave it all in the ring and etch their names in the annals of sports entertainment history.
Predicted Match Card
- The Judgment Day vs Awesome Truth – Undisputed WWE Tag Team Title
- Rhea Ripley vs Nia Jax – Women’s World Title
- Bron Breakker vs Dominik Mysterio
- Logan Paul vs Kevin Owens – US Championship
- Men’s Elimination Chamber – Drew McIntyre vs Bronson Reed vs Sami Zayn vs Jey Uso vs Finn Balor vs Andrade
- Women’s Elimination Chamber – Liv Morgan vs Becky Lynch vs Indie Hartwell vs Shayna Baszler vs Zoey Stark vs Jade Cargill
The Judgment Day vs Awesome Truth – Undisputed WWE Tag Team Title
Since his comeback to the scene last year, as supporters are aware, R-Truth has been attempting to join The Judgment Day. In the most recent episode of WWE RAW, Damian Priest and the other members of the stable attacked the veteran. The Miz then seemed to make the save as a result of this. But The Judgment Day ravaged him, and he gave up to the game of numbers.
Considering how events transpired, it is possible that WWE is organizing a high-profile bout that will match Truth & The Miz versus Damian Priest & Finn Balor. The Judgment Day team may risk all in Elimination Chamber 2024 to take on the babyfaces.
Rhea Ripley vs Nia Jax – Women’s World Title
With her attack on Rhea Ripley in the most recent WWE RAW program, Nia Jax sent a powerful message. The 39-year-old celebrity set the stage for a possible championship clash by attacking the reigning Women’s World Champion.
In light of this, a match between the two appears to be virtually guaranteed for the next high-profile live event in Australia. At Elimination Chamber 2024, Rhea Ripley may defend her title against Jax on her home field. This match will also likely main event the show.
Bron Breakker vs Dominik Mysterio
As to a POST Wrestling source, Brock Lesnar was supposed to face Dominik Mysterio at Elimination Chamber, but Mysterio had other ideas and threw him out of the Royal Rumble. In lieu of Lesnar, Bron Breakker took over. It’s possible that Breakker takes the same route that was intended for Lesnar and ends up facing Dominik Mysterio at the Chamber in order to set up a possible matchup with Gunther at WrestleMania.
Logan Paul vs Kevin Owens – US Championship
The outcome of Kevin Owens and Logan Paul’s Royal Rumble fight inevitably paved the way for a rematch at the Elimination Chamber 2024 event. Despite being noticed by the referee, Owens took brass knuckles from Paul’s hand and used them for himself.
The rematch between Paul and Owens will probably take happen at Australia’s Elimination Chamber. Given his notoriety and the absence of certain major talents, Paul will undoubtedly be playing to defend his championship.
Men’s Elimination Chamber – Drew McIntyre vs Bronson Reed vs Sami Zayn vs Jey Uso vs Finn Balor vs Andrade
The winner of the men’s Elimination Chamber bout might become Seth Rollins’ top contender for the World Heavyweight Title. As Cody Rhodes was probably going to take on Roman Reigns at The Show of Shows, Rollins will now require a respectable opponent to contend for his belt. Bronson Reed, Finn Balor, Andrade, Sami Zayn, Jey Uso, Drew McIntyre, and Andrade are possible contenders for the high-profile encounter.
Even though CM Punk was the clear favorite to win the Chamber battle, his injury has caused a significant shift in the situation. But this may mean that Drew McIntyre wins the Chamber match and gets to face the big man at WrestleMania.
Women’s Elimination Chamber – Liv Morgan vs Becky Lynch vs Indie Hartwell vs Shayna Baszler vs Zoey Stark vs Jade Cargill
After her victory in the Royal Rumble, Bayley is going to face IYO SKY for the WWE Women’s Title at WrestleMania 40. So, the top challenger for the Women’s World Championship at The Show of Shows may be decided in a probable women’s Elimination Chamber battle.
Several well-known people, like Naomi or Jade Cargill, Shayna Baszler, Liv Morgan, Becky Lynch, and Zoey Stark, could be present at the event. Anticipate The Man to overcome the odds and win at WrestleMania 40 in April, considering the reports of Rhea Ripley and Lynch engaging in a dream match.
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