Unlikely WWE History Made At Elimination Chamber

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There was some WWE history being made in the Women’s Elimination Chamber match.

At the WWE Elimination Chamber Premium Live Event in Perth, Australia, the Women’s Chamber match opened the show.

It was a match that involved Becky Lynch, Liv Morgan, Bianca Belair, Naomi, Tiffany Stratton, and Raquel Rodriguez. The final two women were Morgan and Lynch, who got the win after hitting Morgan with the Manhandle Slam for the victory.

There was also a seventh woman in the ring making history as well. That was World Wrestling Entertainment referee Jessika Carr, who became the first woman to referee an Elimination Chamber match in company history. It was a stat mentioned by Michael Cole on commentary during the show.

That’s an impressive feat considering the Elimination Chamber match started 22 years ago in 2002 and there have been 34 Chamber matches in World Wrestling Entertainment history.

On Twitter/X, Carr commented on her experience inside WWE’s Elimination Chamber and how being in a Chamber match was a goal for her.

The best in the world…..alongside the best in the world.

Blessed to be in that chamber tonight, another goal checked off the list ☑️

Proud of me.
Keep on working.

What Other WWE Firsts Has Jessika Carr Been A Part Of?

Being the first woman referee for an Elimination Chamber match isn’t the first history-making performance that Carr has had in her WWE career.

Carr, who signed with World Wrestling Entertainment in 2017, is also the first woman to referee a match in Saudi Arabia. She also became the first woman to referee a Hell in a Cell match in October 2021.