Ranking and evaluating each match of the WWE Elimination Chamber 2021

WWE’s Road to WrestleMania is going full bore, with Elimination Chamber being a commendable stop. The show was absolutely an astounding one, but beautiful short.

Just five (actually, six) matches were on the card, following the scratch-off of Asuka’s RAW Women’s Championship coordinate against Lacey Evans due to the last’s pregnancy. There was no substitution challenger named in Evans’ place, prompting a speedy and smart evening of activity.

Disposal Chamber was another strong WWE pay-per-see

End Chamber highlighted two matches inside the overwhelming design. The Elimination Chamber matches book-finished the evening, with the two of them conveying really well.

They likewise two or three amazing title changes and the principal coordinate being affirmed for WrestleMania 37.

As has been the situation with pretty much every WWE pay-per-see inside the ThunderDome, there was anything but an awful match at Elimination Chamber. However, what was the best match at the show? How great was all the other things?

There is no lack of challengers for Shayna Baszler and Nia Jax, with the Women’s Tag Team Champions safeguarding their titles at Elimination Chamber. Lana and Naomi are expected a label group championship, similar to the principal at any point Women’s Dusty Rhodes Tag Team Classic victors – Dakota Kai and Raquel Gonzalez.

In any case, this match was a strong one. It wasn’t pretty much as terrific as what Sasha Banks and Bianca Belair are able to do, however. There was some great couple offense between them during this match. At a certain point, The EST of WWE utilized The Legit Boss as a weapon to take out Jax.

There were a few close succumbs to the SmackDown ladies, with the most eminent one being after Belair hit Baszler with the KOD.

Jax hauled the 2021 Royal Rumble victor out of the ring to forestall the pin. Notwithstanding, the match was eventually settled after Reginald came out to ringside.

He attempted to give Sasha Banks a champagne jug to use as a weapon, yet the ref saw it, unintentionally diverting the SmackDown Women’s Champion. She got stuck by Nia Jax.

The completion appeared to be pretty overbooked, finishing a generally strong match on fairly a killjoy.

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