The 2022 WWE Elimination Chamber featured two Chamber matches with the WWE Title on the line along with a women’s contender’s Chamber match.
The 2020 Elimination Chamber pay-per-view featured two Chamber matches with the men getting a tag team title match while the women got to main event the show.
The men’s WWE Elimination Chamber match This was written live on the day of the show.
The women’s Elimination Chamber match in 2019 was a history maker because it was for the brand new Women’s Tag Team Titles that WWE announced in late 2018. It was a big match because fans were excited about the women’s division adding tag team titles to the division.
The men’s Elimination Chamber match in 2018 featured seven of WWE’s top superstars.
The first-ever WWE Women’s Elimination Chamber match took place in 2018 with Raw Women’s Champion Alexa Bliss defending her title against five opponents.
The WWE Title was on the line on this Smackdown-only edition of the Elimination Chamber with John Cena putting the title on the line against five worthy opponents. The Elimination Chamber structure was different this time.
The Elimination Chamber 2015 pay-per-view has the distinction of being the event where the Intercontinental Championship was on the line in the Chamber for the first time.
The 2015 Elimination Chamber event featured the first-ever Tag Team Elimination Chamber match featuring six of the top tag teams in WWE at the time. It was also an event that took place in the month of May instead of February, which is where the Elimination Chamber pay-per-view usually took…
The WWE World Heavyweight Championship was on the line at the 2014 Elimination Chamber PPV with Randy Orton carrying his two major titles into the match to defend against five opponents. At the 2013 WWE TLC pay-per-view, Orton beat Cena to unify the WWE and World Heavyweight Titles, so they…
The lone Elimination Chamber match at the 2013 pay-per-view was done to determine the number one contender for the World Heavyweight Championship at WrestleMania. By this point, the company had gone away from the brand split idea until it came back in the summer of 2016.
The World Heavyweight Title was on the line in the second Elimination Chamber at the 2012 Elimination Chamber PPV. It featured Daniel Bryan defending the title against five opponents although there was a change from what was originally advertised.