BRUTLE here again to inject some negativity into your blissful existance!!....
Well, not really...but I was just thinking...this post has a LOT of mention of WarGames...but seriously, like a few have stated..."Chamber of Elimination" seems the opposite of a WarGames match. Just because WarGames is a cage match, and hell in a cell is a cage match (basically), and Bischoff said he'll "top No Mercy", that is absolutely no proof that this match will even REMOTELY resemble WarGames....although I'm in your boat as well...I sure as damn hell HOPE it at least somewhat resembles it (with the "Chamber" mention and whatnot)
While "Elimination" and "Adding people to the match" doesn't match up at all, it's not like WWE has made similar goof-ups before. I can totally see them copying WarGames, but since they want to come up with their own name, picking Chamber of Elimination because it (supposedly) sounded cool. Breaking it down logically is pointless when you're dealing with people who decided that a guy can be locked in a closet his whole life and still get a driver's license.
(edited by Redhawk1810 on 24.10.02 2138) "From this point on, I will prove that I am the best this bitchness has to offer, and if anybody wanna tempt ... test me, step to me like a man." -- Booker T
"Booker T, I know you don't want me; because it's obvious I beat your ass so bad you forgot where the barbershop was!" -- Scott Steiner
...unless you start the match off with everyone in the cage. That'd ruin the whole psychology of the heels starting on the power play, but a submissions-only, anything goes, elimination cage match? Sounds good to me, with the right personnel.
Now, I know I said I wouldn't watch, but Scott Hall facing Jeff Jarrett is too tempting to pass up. But, I'm gonna' say this, since returning it seems like Jeff Jarrett has lost a step in his wrestling. His original match with Hall wasn't that good.