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Elimination Chamber 2010 Thread

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World Heavyweight Championship Elimination Chamber Match

At WWE Elimination Chamber, the World Heavyweight Championship will be up for grabs in one of two treacherous main event matches that share the inaugural pay-per-view’s name (full coverage). But the six SmackDown Superstars involved will be fighting for more than glory, or even the title. They will be fighting to headline WrestleMania.

World Heavyweight Champion Undertaker will put his World Title on the line against CM Punk, John Morrison, Rey Mysterio, R-Truth, and Chris Jericho, each of whom won their qualification matches just five nights after the Royal Rumble.

The WWE Elimination Chamber is one of the most punishing structures ever conceived by man. Every square inch of the steel menace is a career-threatening accident waiting to happen. (Elimination Chamber Match rules)

Even a legend like The Demon of Death Valley steps into the vicious structure with the odds stacked against him, as any of his five opponents can capture his coveted “holy grail” without directly eliminating the ominous champion.

Four of the Superstars - The Phenom himself, Mysterio, Jericho and Punk - have ventured inside the dreaded nightmare before, leaving a small piece of themselves behind in the process. John Morrison and R-Truth have never competed in an Elimination Chamber Match before. However, with all that is at stake, experience may not be the difference between victory and defeat. In an atmosphere of pure terror and unpredictable mayhem, it may simply become a question of who wants it most.

And what they want is to be in the main event on The Grandest Stage of Them All, WrestleMania (Full WrestleMania coverage). With the exception of Edge, who surprised all by returning from injury to win the Royal Rumble (Full Royal Rumble coverage), this could be their last opportunity to head-up the squared circle’s biggest event of the year. But in order to walk into Arizona a World Champion, they must first walk out of the cold, black steel of the dreaded Chamber triumphant.

Will The Undertaker stand his ground or be overcome by one of his five dangerous challengers at WWE Elimination Chamber> Find out Sunday, Feb. 21, live on pay-per-view.

WWE Championship Elimination Chamber Match

With The Road to WrestleMania XXVI officially begun following the Royal Rumble, six of Raw’s top Superstars now know which path they are on – and that is one with a hellish pit stop known as the Elimination Chamber. (Read Elimination Chamber Match rules)

On Raw, WWE Champion Sheamus saw John Cena, Triple H, Randy Orton, Ted DiBiase and Kofi Kingston all win qualifying matches for the opportunity to walk out of the Chamber holding The Celtic Warrior’s title.

Considering not only one of the prestigious titles in wrestling history will be on the line but also the opportunity to defend it on The Grandest Stage of Them All, the carnage already promised by the unforgiving structure will surely be multiplied.

Now that the stakes have risen, there’s no telling what any Superstar will do to win the championship. Last year, Edge proved that fact as he brutally attacked Kofi Kingston prior to the Chamber match and ultimately claimed victory becoming the World Heavyweight Champion.

Not that stepping into the Chamber isn’t dangerous enough, the incumbent champion has even more pressure on his shoulders with the odds being stacked against him as five other Superstars look to claim the top spot on Raw.

Whether it’s Sheamus or one of his five challengers who finds themselves as the last man standing at the inaugural pay-per-view bearing the brutal structure’s name, there’s one thing for sure, The Road to WrestleMania is going to be a beaten path. Find out who leaves as champion as WWE Elimination Chamber airs Sunday, Feb. 21 live on pay-per-view.

Intercontinental Champion Match - Drew McIntyre vs. Kane

At WWE Elimination Chamber, Intercontinental Champion Drew McIntyre will go head-to-head with Kane in an explosive collision between two extremely volatile Superstars.

Just five days after the Royal Rumble both competitors battled in a Triple Threat Elimination Chamber Qualifying Match against John Morrison on SmackDown. Although neither of the Superstars walked away triumphant, McIntyre managed to hit the Double Underhook DDT, nearly achieving victory over The Big Red Monster. The following week, they engaged in a fierce battle that ended in a double count-out.

The “Chosen One” puts his title on the line with extreme confidence. His eagerness to bulldoze over anyone who stands in his way is accompanied by his ruthless nature and willingness to do whatever it takes to stay on top. Since personally being signed by WWE Chairman Mr. McMahon, he has remained undefeated in singles competition. The spotlight is shining on the Scottish Superstar and he plans to derail anyone’s ploy to take that away.

At 7-feet tall and more than 300 pounds, Kane has a substantial physical advantage over the 6-foot-5, 180-pound title holder. Perhaps the monstrous Superstar’s daunting presence, merciless maneuvers in the ring and non-stop sadistic drive will help the terrifying menace add to his already long list of accomplishments, a past that includes two reigns as the Intercontinental Champion.

Though it’s unclear which Superstar will prevail, one thing’s for sure. Both of these uncompromising Superstars are looking to walk into WrestleMania with the coveted title.

Will Drew McIntyre retain his Intercontinental Championship against his fearless contender at the inaugural Elimination Chamber pay-per-view? Or will he lose his illustrious title to The Big Red Monster? Find out Sunday, Feb. 21, live on pay-per-view.

Divas Championship Match - Gail Kim vs. Maryse

Nature abhors a vacuum and, apparently, so do WWE Divas. When former Divas Champion Melina injured herself and was unable to continue her reign, a bevy of the sexy, smart and powerful lovelies stepped forward to fill the void. Now, after several weeks of intense tournament matches, that group has narrowed to two, Gail Kim and Maryse, who will battle at WWE Elimination Chamber to determine the next Divas Champion.

As Gail and Maryse prepare for perhaps the most important match of their respective careers, they must shift focus from the gauntlet just completed to the challenge ahead. A victory for Gail would propel her into rarified air indeed as one of only four Divas ever to have held both the Women’s Championship and the Divas Championship. Were the conceited Canadian to prevail, the win would mean her second reign possessing the Butterfly Title.

How the match will play out is anyone’s guess, however, it should be noted that, as of late, Maryse has shown uncharacteristic sportsmanship toward her opponent. Whether her sentiments are genuine or simply a ploy to gain psychological advantage remains to be seen. Stay tuned.