- Miz - would love to pick King, but Miz losing and winning it back hurts the Miz being built up for Mania to be fed to... - Cena - If there are plans to do Cena/Rock at Mania (and I pray there are) then who knows what happens here. But I will go the conservative route and say Cena.
- Del Rio - only easy call of the night.
"I like your Christ, I do not like your Christians. Your Christians are so unlike your Christ."
Miz retains the title after Coleterference. Rey Mysterio wins the SD Chamber. Alberto Del Rio beats Kofi Kingston Cena wins the Raw Chamber. Corre beats Santino and Koslov
If Natalya is in a match at the PPV, she loses.
(edited by Torchslasher on 20.2.11 1216) "Put on your helmets, we'll be reaching speeds of 3!" "It was nice of you to give that dead woman another chance." "All right, look alive everybody...oh sorry Susan."- MST3K: Space Mutiny Click Here (myspace.com)
Cena wins the RAW Chamber. It's the safe bet, but the 'crowd pleasing' one as it sets up a clear line to Cena vs. Miz for WrestleMania. When it comes to WrestleMania, clarity of main event to build anticipation is preferable to ambiguity.
Edge retains in the Smackdown Chamber. I've read some Twitter clamoring for Christian, but I don't know if he's healed up yet. The more obvious replacement is Big Show, who has a clear rivalry with Wade Barrett and has a new DVD to shill.
Del Rio. This isn't for the Intercontinental Title? It ought to be.
wwe.com has Santino and Kozlov vs. Gabriel and Slater added to the card. The way the Corre has been booked lately, I'm actually going with Santino and Kozlov.
Miz. No way, no how, should Lawler get a World title run at this point.
Cena. Really--an Elimination Chamber match that isn't for the title? I can't say I'm wild about that.
Edge. Too many shenanigans this week with that title for it to change hands again. Not sure who takes that last spot--maybe Taker or Sting? Or Diesel? For some reason I only want to pick really old guys for the spot. B^) BTW, never thought I would think that Edge had had too many title reigns, but, yeesh.
Kofi. It seems to me to be WWE style to have a guy like ADR lose a minor match like this when he's about to have a much bigger feud. And it sets up reason for Kofi to challenge ADR when ADR has the big belt (not saying it will happen at Mania, but I think it will happen before too long).
Gabriel/Slater. The tag team titles never seem to stay in one place long.
RAW Elimination Chamber, Winner Faces WWE Champion at Wrestlemania: John Cena vs. R-Truth vs. CM Punk vs. John Morrison vs. Sheamus vs. Randy Orton: Bill Dundee knocks Sheamus out backstage and steals his pod, then wins the EC.
Smackdown Elimination Chamber, Winner Becomes World Heavyweight Champion: Edge vs. Drew McIntyre vs. Rey Mysterio vs. Wade Barrett vs. Dolph Ziggler vs. Kane: Edge retains,and just like Jimmy Cracking Corn, I DON'T CARE. I'm tired of Edge.
The Miz vs. Jerry "The King" Lawler, WWE Championship Match: Lawler wins in a shock using the hidden chain, and then a piledriver on the concrete, setting up a Tupelo, sorry, Atlanta Street Fight.
Kofi Kingston vs. Alberto Del Rio: Alberto wins, I know he's IC Champ but Kofi has never done good at PPVs when it's "important".
Santino Marella & Vladimir Kozlov vs. Justin Gabriel & Heath Slater, WWE Tag Team Championship Match: Corre wins
I guess it's possible that many people were more interested in programs regarding the war last night than wrestling. The O`Reilly Factor did a 4.9, which is far higher than usual, and it ran head to head with the first hour of raw.