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Dare to enter the Elimination Chamber?

Dare to enter the Elimination Chamber?

Here’s why this WWE spectacular on Sky Sports Box Office will get your pulse racing

There will be no escape for the WWE’s superstars when they battle it out in Houston, Texas

WWE Elimination Chamber, Sunday 17 February, 12 midnight (early Monday morning), Sky Sports Box Office. £14.95 (SD only). Booking opens 6am, Tuesday 12 February

Get ready for a WWE pay-per-view event that’s ready to raise the stakes when it comes to jaw-dropping (and jaw-breaking) action. The road to WrestleMania continues as the biggest names in the business go head to head at the one and only WWE Elimination Chamber, live on Sky Sports Box Office.

 

Most of the matches on this unmissable card take place inside one of the most fearsome structures in professional wrestling – the Elimination Chamber. Starting with two competitors facing off inside the ring, more opponents gradually enter the fray, cranking up the chaos. The last man or woman standing is crowned the winner.

 

Sound simple? It’s not. Elimination Chamber matches are spectacular and brutal in equal measure, with competitiors typically pushing themselves to the extreme in a bid to taste victory. You have been warned.

 

With a host of incredible title matches taking place on Sunday, this year’s event is not to be missed. Read on to for even more reasons why you should tune into this ferocious fight night.

 

The chamber is unforgiving


This disreputable den of destruction is notorious for chewing up some of the biggest names in wrestling and spitting them out with zero mercy. A malicious mix of steel, chains and plexiglass, the chamber brings out the worst in all of those who enter. Whether it’s dumping your opponent onto the rock-solid outer floor, or reconfiguring their face with the help of a handy wall of chains, it’s extreme to say the least!

 

The WWE Championship match looks awesome

Set inside the Elimination Chamber, champion Daniel Bryan will defend the belt against a fierce quintet of challengers who are all desperate to get their hands on the title. Former champs AJ Styles, Jeff Hardy and Randy Orton will all be competing, while Mustafa Ali and Samoa Joe will also be looking to take their big chance in this unmissable showdown.

 

The Women’s Tag belts will be on the line for the first time ever!

WWE star Bayley holding the championship belt


Sunday’s pay-per-view event marks the first time the newly minted Women’s Tag Team Championship belts will be fought over – and the title match has the makings of a classic. Six teams will be stepping inside the Elimination Chamber for this historic bout, including the IIconics, Nia Jax and Tamina, and Sasha Banks and Bayley. Bring it on!

 

There are plenty more belts up for grabs

The Elimination Chamber card is packed with loads of must-watch title matches, including a huge WWE SmackDown Tag Team Championship bout featuring holders The Miz and Shane McMahon against the Usos. It’s sure to be a glittering feast of ferocious action!

 

The road to WrestleMania continues here

WWE star Sasha


The biggest event in the WWE calendar is less than two months away, and you’ll be able to follow every minute live on Sky Sports Box Office. In the meantime, Sunday’s event will feature lots of feuds that will ultimately have an impact on WrestleMania. Things are starting to bubble along nicely ahead of the big one, so don’t miss the latest developments at the Elimination Chamber.

 

How to order

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This is a live event only and cannot be recorded.

Price includes scheduled repeats on: Monday 18 February at 10am, 3pm, 8pm, 1am (early Tuesday Morning); Tuesday 19 and Wednesday 20 February at 6am, 11am, 4pm, 9pm, 1am (early Wednesday morning); Thursday 21 February at 6am, 11am, 4pm.