The start time for the WWE Elimination Chamber PLE from Australia has been confirmed by Triple H.
At WWE Elimination Chamber in Perth, Australia, there will be over 40,000 fans in attendance at Optus Stadium. It’s the first time Australia has had a WWE Premium Live Event since Super Show-Down in October 2018, which was headlined by Triple H and The Undertaker.
When a WWE PLE takes place in the United States or Canada, the start time is usually 8 p.m. ET and 5 p.m. PT. However, Australia is in a different time zone obviously, which means there’s going to be a different start time for this year’s Elimination Chamber.
In a tweet/X post by WWE Chief Content Officer Triple H, the official Elimination Chamber poster was shown with Australia’s own WWE Women’s World Champion Rhea Ripley on the poster. The graphic says the show will start at 5 A.M. ET and 2 A.M. PT, which also means 10 A.M. for fans in the United Kingdom. Perth, Australia is 13 hours ahead of the Eastern Time Zone, so the event will start at about 6 P.M. locally.
The most unforgiving, chaotic and brutal structure in @WWE heads down under for the first time ever…#WWEChamber: Perth emanates live from @OptusStadium on Feb. 24 @peacock@WWENetworkpic.twitter.com/xU4yRg8gEA
— Triple H (@TripleH) January 19, 2024
Is Roman Reigns Going To Be At Elimination Chamber?
Even though Roman Reigns is the current Undisputed WWE Universal Champion, he’s not scheduled for the Elimination Chamber PLE in Perth.
Reigns will defend the Undisputed WWE Universal Championship at the Royal Rumble on January 27th against LA Knight, Randy Orton and AJ Styles in a Fatal 4-Way match. Those four men are set for a contract signing on the January 19th edition of Smackdown.
While Reigns will miss Elimination Chamber, he will likely be in a main event level match at WrestleMania 40 in Philadelphia. If Reigns goes into WrestleMania as the champion then it will be the fourth straight WrestleMania where he is defending the Universal Championship.