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Watch WWE Elimination Chamber 2019

Watch WWE Elimination Chamber 2019

Elimination Chamber (2019) is an upcoming professional wrestling pay-per-view event and WWE Network event produced by WWE for their Raw, SmackDown, and 205 Live brands. It will take place on February 17, 2019, at the Toyota Center in Houston, Texas. It will be the ninth event promoted under the Elimination Chamber chronology. The event will crown the inaugural holders of the WWE Women’s Tag Team Championship.

Houston, Texas. Hosts are various dudes from both shows. Michael Cole may be the first voice I hear.

Elimination Chamber, WWE Women’s Tag Team Championship

Carmella & Naomi versus. Riott Squad versus. The Iiconics versus. Nia Jax & Tamina versus. Sonya Deville & Mandy Rose versus. Bayley & Sasha Banks

It’s weird there is a tag title for ladies once the belts aren’t only at either RAW or Smackers. Riott Squad: Liv Morgan completely altered her turn to make her more Riotty. Sarah Logan hasn’t. She still doesn’t squeeze into that stable.

The only real factor which makes me think Bayley & Sasha aren’t winning is you cannot trust Sasha. But she’s been a blue-eye recently and it has leaned around the Four Horsewoman gimmick. Sasha is the one that brings something towards the match from the beginning a pre-existing shoulder injuries, which Sarah Logan smartly targets.

The match features lots of attempts at tandem offence however it rarely is removed. Even worse is the fact that a lot of teams enter immediately lie around selling because of the poor match structure. It is also pretty apparent they leave Nia & Tamina until last to allow them to fully demonstrate their ability advantage whilst not getting gassed. In Mella and Naomi WWE have struck upon a good idea and Carmella appears to morph into new partnerships with relative ease. That versatility assists her well.

The ‘everyone hits a move’ sequence is fairly nifty. The IIconics get together to get rid of Naomi, that we don’t really understand however their lack of skill together cost them. That leaves four other teams when Nia and Tamina enter there. Billie Kay brings lots of personality and screeching, which compensates for that actual technique or lack thereof. IIconics get dumped with a double Samoan Drop.

Sonya looks great pursuing the 2 big Islanders with leg kicks. A number of these teams are hampered by getting one poor member. For this reason in charge and Hug Connection seem like the apparent winners. The Riotts get booted by Tamina’s Superfly Splash. Nia, to her credit, smashes among the pods. Also Tamina will a good job of promoting actual fear at being outnumbered. Tamina will get stacked on and dumped with Nia still out on the ground from the pod. That leaves Boss n’ Hug versus. Sonya & Mandy. Everyone else pop huge for your elimination, using the booking coming across either Nia and Tamina winning or Sasha & Bayley.

This comes lower to 1 established team and something searching to demonstrate they belong. They perform a fine job of tossing to the Sasha/Bayley turn place from this past year only this time around Sasha pulls Bayley up and Bayley stomps Sonya lower. The conclusion is completely sensational with Sasha being not able to hook banks Statement so she hooks her leg around Sonya’s neck and hauls back for that submission.

This felt special even though the first half was missing in creativeness. They were given the large spots right and also the elimination order made sense too. Sasha’s emotional promo about change and driving women’s wrestling forward has me genuinely clogged up. Alter the business! Allow it to be better.

Smackdown Tag Team Championship

The Miz & Geebet McMahon (c) versus. The Usos

Miz makes this complete position useful. This really is his redemption. If Geebet wasn’t the drizzling s**ts they might even acquire some decent matches from it. I’m enjoying various tags guys getting the opportunity to kick protuberances from Geebet though. Maryse joins us pre-match to announce she’s pregnant again. It’s all approaching gold for Mike Mizanin.

Geebet is bizarre to look at. At occasions he is doing stuff that are totally fine. There is a sunset switch within this that appears good but he peppers all his use strikes which i just don’t subscribe to or things like that shit floatover DDT. You’d think he’d have the ability to still do it right now. It is also totally weird seeing Miz take heat. It doesn’t feel right whatsoever.

Geebet will get superkicked doing the Van Terminator plus they decline in mid move and miss it. There’s another production snaffu for Vince to obtain mad at. Talking about getting mad, I’m positively beside myself with how bad the match reaches the conclusion. Geebet puts Jay via a table and Jimmy pins Miz following the Skull Crushing Finale. Jimmy moving him up off a poor pin. You shouldn’t pin a man if you take his finisher.

WWE Intercontinental Championship

Bobby Lashley (c) & Lio Hurry versus. Finn Balor

So that they can make Lashley interesting they’ve put Lio within the match. If he will get pinned Big Bob loses his strap. “Say that which you like about Bobby Lashley” chirps Cole.

Ok mate: he bores the hell from me. He’s virtually zero personality and most likely spends all his free time eating plain grilled chicken without any sauce and weight lifting. I bet he doesn’t even pay attention to music while he loves to count off his reps. I honestly can’t tell when he’s wrestling heel or face.

The theme from the match is the fact that Lashley completely dominates and crushes Balor throughout and Lio, who’s a d**khead, tags in when Balor is lower and it is the “weak link”. That is daft since i would far rather watch Balor versus. Hurry in singles than Lashley versus. anybody. Then Finn hits Coup de Elegance on Lio for that belt. Jesus, this drawn. A minimum of they were given the belt off Lashley. Also Lashley dumps Lio.

Promo Time: Charlotte now Flair

She’s here to brag about her WrestleMania place. It’s kinda weird using the Four Horsewomen position that Sasha and Bayley have returned together but Charlotte now and Becky hate one another. Both Charlotte now and Becky are firing on all cylinders though. I’m excited to determine how their feud pans out after Mania. Charlotte now has gone out here to scout her Mania opponent.

RAW Women’s Championship

Ronda Rousey (c) versus. Ruby Riott

Ronda is overlooking Ruby and consequently. There isn’t any way they’d alter the belts here. Although it might be one hell of a method to develop a new star in Riott without warning. In the end Ronda’s losses produced new stars in UFC.

Everyone else decides to chant for Becky, that is almost engineered by WWE as well as their choices. Armbar finishes over a couple of minutes with Ruby getting nothing. Doubling lower on Ronda because the indestructible champion was most likely the best move. She didn’t even break a sweat here.

Publish Match: Charlotte now would go to showdown with Ronda but Becky Lynch, on crutches, marches towards the ring. Becky wears Charlotte now by helping cover their a crutch, which Ronda isn’t bothered about because Charlotte now did that to her. Becky baits Ronda in and beats her up too before security run in. Both Ronda and Charlotte now are bleeding. Ronda in the mind.

No DQ

Baron Corbin versus. Braun Strowman

“I do not need a kendo stay with whip your ass”. Two big lumbering monsters doing the work with what we accustomed to call the ‘Vince McMahon has wood Special’. Powerslam via a table should finish but here comes Came McIntyre and Bobby Lashley. There’s a never-ending beat lower and Braun takes the Shield powerbomb through three tables and that’s it.

WWE Championship

Daniel Bryan (c) versus. Kofi Kingston versus. Shaun Sturdy versus. Randy Orton versus. AJ Styles versus. Samoa Joe

Kofi has huge crowd support following a stunning performance on Smackdown a week ago. Orton won that match incidentally so he’s entering last. It’s an intriguing mixture of modern WWE talent/former ROH guys in Bryan, Joe and designs against three die-hard WWF lifers in Kofi, Sturdy and Orton. I’m aware Shaun is at TNA but that’s the feeling.

Bryan’s cowardice and opening beatdown as a result of Joe is nearly similar to an oily vegan Ric Flair. He’s that very same swagger, just with different existence goals. The outlet sequence is a superb begin to the match. Joe showing his presence and power, Daniel his sneakiness.

Kofi joins us next, as you’d expect after Smackdown. Bryan, already tired of Joe’s abuse, takes refuge atop a pod. Kofi is getting none of this so we enter into cage climbing antics. Kofi only experienced this match because of a regrettable injuries to Mustafa Ali but he’s certainly a nice income for this. A few of the things they attempt within this are extremely available it seems like watching a relevant video game.

The Outstanding Forearm to some climbing Dan Bryan is amazing. Joe can’t put Kofi away using the Coquina Clutch and AJ catches him using the Phenomenal Forearm for that first elimination. Shaun Sturdy ups the ante having a Swanton Explosive device to the buckles from the pod, that is frankly insane. Bryan clocks him having a Busaiku Knee while he’s celebrating though and Shaun is finished.

Orton looks huge inside using these new primary event guys. He’s from your era of giants that, semi-primary aside, doesn’t really exist any longer. Randy will get eliminate AJ by having an RKO, out of nowhere. It could have been better in mid-air rather of plucking Styles from the ropes however i understand the gesture. Trouble in Paradise will get eliminate Orton and we’re lower to 2! This match has traveled by however it makes sense correct. You’ll need Kofi for the reason that final two place after his performance on Smackdown.

Kofi getting all thrilled is an excellent sight. Can he perform the impossible and emerge from nowhere and win the title? Everyone else end up with looking forward to the chance. They perform a couple of odd such things as getting a rope burglary a no DQ atmosphere and getting Bryan roll Kofi up off their own finisher but otherwise it’s a good underdog versus. scheming champion motif. Kofi getting added sympathy because he’s experienced the corporation for such a long time and he’s so lovely.

Kingston applies to broke the top pod, misses and also the Busaiku Knee finishes. They told an excellent story here even though the disappointment of folks that Kingston didn’t claim the strap was palpable by the end.

Views: 1463

Genre: 2019WWE PPVs

Country: USA

Duration: 197 min

IMDb: 6.8