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Men's Elimination Chamber Match (Winner to face Brock Lesnar for the Universal Title at WrestleMania)

The Road to WrestleMania is filled with daunting stops and detours, but none more destructive than the dreaded Elimination Chamber. This year, for the first time ever, seven Raw Superstars will dare to enter the unforgiving structure with their sights set on a showdown with Universal Champion Brock Lesnar on Sunday, April 8

At WWE Elimination Chamber, John Cena, Roman Reigns, Seth Rollins, Braun Strowman, Intercontinental Champion The Miz, Finn Bálor and Elias will square off in an Elimination Chamber Match to see who will go on to challenge The Beast at The Showcase of The Immortals.

The infamous construction, with its chain-link walls, glass pods and steel floors, is diabolical to the core, and the rules for the warzone are as twisted as the Chamber itself. Three Superstars -- including The Miz, who is the first entrant -- will start the bout while the remaining four are enclosed in pods. At specified intervals, a pod will open at random, enabling another Superstar to enter the match. This will continue until all six competitors have been released. A Superstar can be eliminated at any time via pinfall or submission, and the last man standing will be declared the winner. 

On the Jan. 29 edition of Raw, General Manager Kurt Angle made the first three qualifying matches: John Cena moved one step closer to a possible 17th World Championship in a hard-fought match against Finn Bálor, Elias overcame the unpredictable "Woken" Matt Hardy thanks in part to Bray Wyatt, and Braun Strowman toppled Kane in a hellacious Last Man Standing Match.

The following week, Roman Reigns qualified by overcoming the ominous Wyatt, and Intercontinental Champion The Miz earned his way into the match by (out-branding?) Titus Worldwide's Apollo Crews.

Elias then made things even more interesting when he picked up a huge Triple Threat Match victory over Cena and Strowman to ensure that he would be the last competitor released into the deadly bout. 

Then, the next week on Raw, just moments after Angle confirmed that his son, Jason Jordon, had suffered an injury that would keep him out of action, the up-and-comer's recent tag team partner, Seth Rollins, took issue with the General Manager. As a result, The Architect was added to a Second Chance Fatal 4-Way Match involving Bálor, Hardy, Crews and Wyatt. This turned into a Fatal 5-Way designed to establish the final competitor in the Chamber. However, when that free-for-all contest ended in both Rollins and Bálor getting the controversial victory, Angle opted to make history once again and put both men into the career-altering match.

On that very same Raw, Cena battled The Miz in a singles match wherein the loser would be the first Superstar to enter the chamber. At the end of the pulse-pounding bout, the 16-time World Champion edged his longtime nemesis with a thunderous Attitude Adjustment from the second rope, meaning the Intercontinental Champion will face quite the uphill battle when he braves the structure's horrifying confines.

Of the Superstars in this high-stakes bout, only Cena and Miz have experience competing in the harrowing structure, as The Leader of the Cenation has battled in six Chamber Matches, and The A-Lister has participated twice. Considering the unpredictable nature of the contest and unbelievable carnage that the Chamber is always guaranteed to produce, however, experience may not mean a whole lot in a match that's nearly impossible to prepare for.

Who will survive and square off against The Beast Incarnate for the red brand's top prize at WrestleMania 34?






The first-ever Women's Elimination Chamber Match

At WWE Elimination Chamber, the women of the red brand will once again make history when former Raw Women's Champion Bayley, four-time Raw Women's Champion Sasha Banks, Absolution's deadly duo of Sonya Deville and Mandy Rose, and Mickie James will challenge Raw Women's Champion Alexa Bliss for her illustrious title in the first-ever Women's Elimination Chamber Match.

News of the unprecedented contest first came from Raw Commissioner Stephanie McMahon just 24 hours after the groundbreaking Women's Royal Rumble Match, and the winner of the career-altering showdown will defend the Raw Women's Title at WrestleMania 34.

The Elimination Chamber is a match like no other. With its unforgiving walls, glass pods and steel floors, the daunting construction is all but guaranteed to leave its mark on anyone who steps inside, and the rules for the warzone are as perilous as the structure itself.

Two Superstars will start the bout while the remaining four are enclosed in pods. At specified intervals, a pod will open at random, enabling a Superstar to enter the match. This will continue until all six competitors have been released. A Superstar can be eliminated at any time via pinfall or submission, and the last woman standing will be declared the winner and the Raw Women's Champion.

The Goddess of WWE has already taken issue with being forced to defend her title inside the Elimination Chamber against incredible odds, while Universal Champion Brock Leaser will simply have to await the winner of the Men's Elimination Chamber Match at WrestleMania. Nevertheless, when Raw General Manager Kurt Angle put the notion to the WWE Universe, the fans made it clear that this was the match they wanted to see.

Which female Superstar will walk out of the career-altering structure of pure madness with the Raw Women's Title and the right to compete at WrestleMania 34?






Asuka vs. Nia Jax

At WWE Elimination Chamber, the undefeated Asuka will battle Nia Jax in a one-on-one showdown. If The Irresistible Force can manage to overcome her opponent's unbeaten streak, she will earn the right to be part of the Raw Women's Championship Match at WrestleMania.

This is not the first time the two Superstars have clashed. On the January 15 edition of Monday Night Raw, The Empress of Tomorrow went to war with Jax in a showdown that ending after Asuka trapped her opponent's leg between the ring post and the ring steps, and an injured Nia was unable to continue, giving Asuka the victory.

Raw General Manager Kurt Angle's announcement of the highly-anticipated rematch is nothing if not intriguing. Though Asuka likes to have a good time in the squared circle, she has shown time and again that she is no joke. However, after suffering a painful end at their last one-on-one meeting, Nia will surely stop at nothing to get retribution on the 2018 Women's Royal Rumble Match winner, especially with an opportunity to step onto The Grandest Stage of Them All.

Will the formidable Jax derail The Empress of Tomorrow and set off on the road to WrestleMania? Or will the undefeated Superstar once again show that no one is ready for Asuka?




"Woken" Matt Hardy vs. Bray Wyatt

At WWE Elimination Chamber, the larger-than-life forces of "Woken" Matt Hardy and Bray Wyatt will once again collide to decide their fate in the next great chapter of their mystical struggle through time.

Since being "Woken" from the ashes of defeat, a truly transformed Hardy has set his sights on destroying The Eater of Worlds, resulting in a true war of body and mind between the unusual competitors. And though Wyatt walked away with a victory when they went to battle in the hallowed halls of the Manhattan Center on Raw 25, the war for ominous supremacy is clearly far from over.

Now, after fate conspired to keep both Superstars out of the career-altering Elimination Chamber Match this Sunday, there will be nothing standing in the way of another epic clash for the ages.

Will Matt Hardy's dream of a "Woken World" be transformed into the choreographed nightmare by The New Face of Fear? Or will Wyatt simply be deleted from the Multiverse on The Road to WrestleMania?


Men’s Elimination Chamber Match (Winner to face Brock Lesnar for the Universal Title at WrestleMania)

Women’s Elimination Chamber Match

Asuka vs. Nia Jax

“Woken” Matt Hardy vs. Bray Wyatt

Raw Tag Team Champions Cesaro & Sheamus vs. Titus Worldwide

Luke Gallows & Karl Anderson vs. The Miztourage (Kickoff Match)

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Combates chatos e sem interesse. 

Ganha a Asuka, the bar, the club, Matt hardy. 

Depois as ec, começando pelas mulheres. Aquilo são os 6 nomes mais interessantes que conseguiram meter da raw? Wtf. 

Perde a Alexa, provavelmente para a Sasha e o combate na WM é um triple threat. 

Nos homens ganha o Elias.

















...jk, ganha o Seth. 

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10 hours ago, GODfromage said:

E pronto, there we go again. 

É que já passou o reino de terror do HHH ou o invincible Cena, não há mesmo pachorra lol o pior é que o Reigns não tem culpa, o gajo é muito bom no ringue

granda foto 


o booking do Reigns




The booking of Roman Reigns character post Shield split is the most baffling in the history of WWE. They have done some boneheaded things, but none at the top of the card and for SO LONG. 4 YEARS!

Roman is headlining Wrestlemania for the FOURTH year in a ROW.

Yet, I would argue, he is in no different place as a character than he was at Wrestlemania 31. A guy just trying to have great matches and make the most of the opportunities given to him, but WWE are so committed to making him Cena 2 that they force him to go against the grain of his reactions. They were literally given a gift in the kind of reactions he was getting that at any opportune moment they could have pulled that trigger and had the biggest heel in the company and maybe ever. Then you let him keep having great matches and that hate turns to respect and your biggest heel is now your biggest face. I'm not even saying Roman could have pulled it off, but to force a guy to go out there and eat those boos and pretend like it isn't happening does nothing for anyone. It just keeps the audience divided. Cena earned that division in both a positive and negative way, but earned it. Roman never had a chance and you are totally right that they have never really given him a chance as the workhorse babyface or the heel you love to hate. He has been forced to live in this horrible place no other wrestler of his status has had to endure, and you almost just feel bad for the guy because it isn't his fault.



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é que tipo... lol eu acho que o Vince faz de propósito 

Eu percebo o Roman é o escolhido mas damn, a maneira como construíram o Braun no último ano, as reacções que está a ter, será que se vão manter? Esta era a altura de premir o gatilho e pô-lo a vencer o Lesnar na WM. Mas como o Vince está obcecado na merda do Lesnar-Reigns, fdx, venha de lá isso outra vez. Desta vez não há maleta no Rollins para salvar.

Tens o exemplo do Ryder, Cesaro, Bryan, hell, RU F'N SEV está over as fuck e nem aparece, ou quando aparece tens o Aiden a falar mal da cidade porque querem mantê-lo como heel. É frustrante.

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