The New Age Outlaws vs. The Usos, WWE Tag Team Championship: Outlaws Win.
Big E (c) vs. Jack Swagger: Big E wins.
Batista vs. Alberto Del Rio: Del Rio Wins with small package roll up, Batista goes ape-shit on Alberto post match, but takes the beating too far, looking heel-ish.
The Wyatt Family vs. The Shield: The Shield Wins, because Vince loves to swerve you, even if it messes with good, logical storytelling.
6-man chamber match: Orton Wins. Contrary to popular opinion, this isn't Bryan's last chance to get in the title match at WM, but they'll be testing the fans patience with yet another screwy finish. My gut says we get to Orton/Bryan & a jealous Batista screws The Yes Man. This will raise the ire of the chairman who will return on Raw & force big Dave to defend his WM ticket against Bryan.
Batista vs. Alberto Del Rio: Batista destroys Del Rio.
The Wyatt Family vs The Shield: The Wyatt Family wins, Shield breakup intensifies or actually happens.
6-man chamber match: Orton. They're "all in" on Orton at this point. I'd love to be wrong on this, though. Bryan gets screwed by HHH early on. Maybe Bryan's cage door never opens and that disqualifies him from participating or some made-up rule B.S.
Cesaro makes a strong showing. It comes down to Orton vs Cena again, with the Wyatts interf-- oh, wait. They did that at the Rumble already. Well, it happens again.
EDIT: Additional matches added.
The New Age Outlaws vs. The Usos, WWE Tag Team Championship Match: Usos. I kinda wanted this to go until WrestleMania, but whatever. Hopefully they do the right thing and give the Usos the run they deserve.
Darren Young vs. Titus O'Neil: Titus. He seems to be getting the push here.
Rhodeses vs Rybaxel: Dustin and Cody win to get their heat back.
Randy Orton vs. Sheamus vs. Cesaro vs. John Cena vs. Christian vs. Daniel Bryan, Elimination Chamber Match for the WWE World Heavyweight Championship: It really seems like Orton and Bryan are the only viable winners, but you can never count out Cena. Who knows where Vince's head is at regarding the title match at Mania. The status quo it is: Orton wins and retains.
The Shield vs. The Wyatt Family: The Wyatts win to hasten the break-up of The Shield.
Batista vs. Alberto Del Rio: I can't believe this feud is still a thing. Batista wins, handily.
Big E. vs. Jack Swagger, WWE Intercontinental Championship Match: Could a Swagger loss here send Zeb Colter over the edge? Or does he win, coupled with Cesaro's loss, cause Cesaro to get booted and turn face? I'll guess it's closer to the former, so Big E. wins and retains.
The New Age Outlaws vs. The Usos, WWE Tag Team Championship Match: I'll assume the only reason the Outlaws won the titles was to get them from one babyface team to another, so The Usos win here.
Darren Young vs. Titus O'Neil: Titus is supposed to be the future star of this duo, so he'll get the benefit of the doubt and the win.
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Randy Orton vs. Sheamus vs. Cesaro vs. John Cena vs. Christian vs. Daniel Bryan, Elimination Chamber Match for the WWE World Heavyweight Championship: The real question is: do they trust Orton and how much heat does he have? I find him very boring, personally. But I figure he retains, possibly by someone (Kane?) screwing over Bryan. 3 Way Ho!
The Shield vs. The Wyatt Family: The Wyatts win by getting Ambrose to not help Reigns when he needs a save from that crazy side bulldog thing.
Batista vs. Alberto Del Rio: Gotta be the Deacon. He can't go into WM weak.
Big E. vs. Jack Swagger, WWE Intercontinental Championship Match: Hmm.. I am so not a Big E fan, but like Zeb. I think Cesaro has to go face so Swagger wins. Maybe to fued with Cesaro
The New Age Outlaws vs. The Usos, WWE Tag Team Championship Match: Usos. Mr Ass and the Dogg did what they got paid to do - transition.
Darren Young vs. Titus O'Neil: Sorry to say I don't know these dudes. Smackdown only? I go O'Neil just from the picture I saw.
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Orton wins the Chamber - Kane gets involved and costs Bryan the match providing them with an easy route to either Bryan/HHH (HHH put Kane up to it to keep Bryan out of the WM main event, Bryan seeks revenge on HHH at WM) or Orton/Batista/Bryan (Vince returns to scorn HHH for not doing what's best for business and gives Bryan another chance to earn his way into the WM main event by beating Kane).
Wyatts beat the Shield - The Shield implode, Ambrose and Reigns get into it, Wyatts take advantage.
Batista beats Del Rio
Big E retains against Swagger
Usos beat NAO by count-out/DQ prolonging the chase
I think, given its OMG LAUNCH NIGHT the following night, they have to end on some kind of cliffhanger. Orton's going to retain, but there has to be the hope of Bryan getting somewhere. I like the idea of Kane/Bryan on the first Network show, with Bryan winning to earn a spot in the title match.
Other matches: Batista squishes Del Rio Wyatts beat the Shield, Ambrose and Reigns come to blows, but they don't fully split Titus beats Young Outlaws get DQed against the Usos Outside pick: Swagger wins the belt, facilitating a Cesaro face turn when Colter accosts him for being a loser in the EC
Here are some more thoughts from a demented mind in Central Florida: Surprise, surprise - Orton somehow wins the Elimination Chamber and goes on to face Batista at the biggest WM Main Event flop since HHH-Orton at WM XXV.
Wyatts defeat the Shield, because they have to keep Bray strong for Cena at WM, though I wish they'd extend this to Wrestlemania.
Titus O'Neill defeats Darren Young. Ho hum.
Batista beats Del Rio. Ho hum.
Usos defeat Old Age Outlaws by DQ/Countout; OAO retains.
Big E. retains over Jack Swagger.
I haven't seen the shows in ages, and I've been running off of recaps for ages - where are some of you getting the Rhodes Boys vs. Rybaxel match from?
In case they do the match, Rhodes Boys beat Rybaxel.
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Originally posted by Amos CochranI think, given its OMG LAUNCH NIGHT the following night, they have to end on some kind of cliffhanger. Orton's going to retain, but there has to be the hope of Bryan getting somewhere.
I 100% agree, and I 100% vote for...
Originally posted by SKLOKAZOIDMaybe Bryan's cage door never opens and that disqualifies him from participating or some made-up rule B.S.
This is one the finest predictions I've seen in a while, and very easily allows Bryan to back-door his way in to the Mania title match.
However, I will continue to pray that Kane reveals his long con and helps Bryan beat Orton. I'll be the first to take a chance on Bryan here.
Bryan wins the Chamber Batista beats Del Rio Wyatts beat The Shield Langston beats Swagger Titus beats Young Outlaws beat Usos
I'm a fan of Christian, but he doesn't belong in the chamber. He has no momentum to justify a title shot, and he is the darkest of horses here. He doesn't bring exceptional acrobatic skill nor does he have the power for a great visual. He's clever, and perhaps he could help book a neat spot based on his vast TLC experience, but he needn't be in the match for that nor will he have those props to use. It makes me think we could see another last-second switch for someone else. I'd suggest Batista, but why waste the Rumble victory?
Then again, Hunter brought Batista back seemingly for the title shot; the Rumble win validated Hunter's faith in him, but why would Hunter make his good fiend wait until April to become the face of the company, especially when the bloom is off Orton's rose? So, I'm calling it: Batista clobbers Del Rio and takes Christian's spot. Hunter gets his good friend Dave into consecutive PPV main events (Rumble, Chamber, and presumably Mania), and Bryan can go into Mania to take the belt from Hunter's champface. They're blowing up the PPV model; why do they care about changing the main event during the show?
Batista wins the chamber. Batista beats Del Rio. Outlaws beat the Usos (dammit). Wyatts beat the Shield. Rybaxel beats the Dust Brothers. Titus beats Young. Langston beats Swagger.
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World Title Elimination Chamber: Orton wins. He's put over just about everyone on the road to the PPV, so he gets his win here. Cesaro looks a beast, but it comes down to Cena v Orton, and Orton sneaks home. Bryan probably gets screwed out early.
The Wyatts v The Shield: Wyatts win. I think the Shield break up on the show or on the Raw after. Roman Reigns becomes the new megaface.
Tag Titles: New Age Outlaws v The Usos: Usos win.
Batista v Del Rio: Batista wins. Del Rio continues his solid-PPV-match streak. The crowd shits over the match, through no fault of the participants.
IC Title: Big E v Jack Swagger: Big E wins.
Darren Young v Titus O'Neal: Titus wins.
Preshow: Rhodes Brothers v Rybaxel: Rhodes Brothers.
Randy Orton vs. Sheamus vs. Cesaro vs. John Cena vs. Christian vs. Daniel Bryan, Elimination Chamber Match for the WWE World Heavyweight Championship: OK, I'll be the first to say it. WWE gets antsy and breaks the emergency glass. The winner and NEW WWE WHC... Gee-awwwnnnn See-naaaa
The Shield vs. The Wyatt Family: The Wyatts win to set up Reigns vs. Ambrose at WM
Batista vs. Alberto Del Rio: Batista wins, but everyone viewing live or on PPV is the loser here.
Big E. vs. Jack Swagger, WWE Intercontinental Championship Match: Big E
The New Age Outlaws vs. The Usos, WWE Tag Team Championship Match: I'm just going to keep what the post I copied said - Usos. Mr Ass and the Dogg did what they got paid to do - transition.
Darren Young vs. Titus O'Neil: Titus wins, Darren sticks around to help with Be A Star
Rybaxel vs. Brothers Rhodes: The Rhodeses win, their breakup begins the next night on Raw in the rematch.
Well, he was booked as the dominant one during his feud with Stone Cold last summer, through his matches as well as in these awful "come on Austin, cry!" segments, and it didn't quite work for me, because he's just too great as a wussy:-)