WWE Accidentally Spoils Six Women In Elimination Chamber Match

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An accidental spoiler from WWE may have given away all of the competitors in the Women’s Elimination Chamber match.

The first woman to officially qualify for the Women’s Elimination Chamber Match at the Elimination Chamber PLE was Becky Lynch on the February 5th edition of Raw. Lynch beat Shayna Baszler in a qualifying match.

Bianca Belair was the second woman to gain entry into the Women’s Chamber Match when she beat Michin on the February 9th edition of Smackdown.

There are two more Women’s Elimination Chamber qualifying matches set for the February 16th episode of Smackdown: Shotzi will face Tiffany Stratton and Naomi will battle Zelina Vega.

If you go visit’s Elimination Chamber page for the Women’s match, you’ll see this graphic featuring Lynch, Belair and four silhouettes.

However, some WWE fans were able to find another graphic somehow that showed the other four women in the chamber match.

As you can see in the graphic below, it’s expected that Lynch and Belair will be joined in the Women’s Chamber match by Liv Morgan, Naomi, Jade Cargill & Tiffany Stratton.

Liv Morgan just returned from injury after nearly six months off the shelf, Naomi is back in WWE after leaving in May 2022, Cargill made her in-ring WWE debut at the Royal Rumble after signing with the company last September and Stratton just made her main roster debut in the Women’s Rumble match.

It is not officially confirmed that this is the Women’s Elimination Chamber match, but if the graphic is accurate then we should see the final four women win their qualifying matches to gain entry into the Chamber match.

What Is The Reward For Winning The Women’s Elimination Chamber Match?

At the WWE Elimination Chamber PLE in Perth, Australia on February 24th, Women’s World Champion Rhea Ripley will have a difficult challenge when she faces Nia Jax.

Whoever wins that match between Ripley & Jax will go on to WrestleMania 40 to defend the championship against whoever wins the Women’s Chamber match. They are two high-stakes matches on the same night with a WrestleMania 40 championship match on the line.