WWE Elimination Chamber 2021 Quick Guide

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WWE Elimination Chamber 2021 event will go down live this Sunday, 21 February 2021. The event starts at 7 PM EST(22 February 2021 12 AM GMT) with a one-hour pre-show to precede it.

Several title matches are announced for the show with both WWE Championship & Universal Championship being affected in Elimination Chamber matches. Since we are officially on the road to WrestleMania 37, expect more storyline progression on the show. Here is the announced match card and more last-minute details for the Elimination chamber 2021.

Elimination Chamber 2021 Match Card

  • Drew McIntyre(c) vs AJ Styles vs Randy Orton vs Jeff Hardy vs The Miz vs Sheamus – Elimination Chamber Match for WWE Championship
  • Kevin Owens vs Daniel Bryan vs Cesaro vs Sami Zayn vs King Corbin vs Jey Uso – #1 Contender for Universal Championship, Elimination Chamber Match
  • Roman Reigns(c) vs Elimination Chamber Winner – WWE Universal Championship Match
  • Asuka(c) vs Lacey Evans – WWE RAW Women’s Championship Match
  • Bobby Lashley(c) vs Keith Lee vs Matt Riddle – Triple Threat Match for WWE United States Championship
  • Nia Jax & Shayna Baszler(c) vs Sasha Banks & Bianca Beliar – WWE Women’s Tag Team Championship match

Check complete storylines and match card for the show here.

A few things to note about the match card. Sheamus won the Gauntlet match on RAW this week and will enter last in the WWE Championship Elimination Chamber match.

Lacey Evans has become pregnant(legitimately), so, she will miss the RAW Women’s title match. Expect this match to be canceled altogether or Peyton Royce filling in for Evans against Asuka.

#1 Contender match for Universal Championship will likely go second last with Roman Reigns’ match going in as the main event. Keith Lee is said to be injured and his status for United States title match is currently doubtful.

How to Watch WWE Elimination Chamber 2021?

WWE PPVs are available via WWE Network all over the world. This will be the last WWE PPV to air via WWE Network in the United States as the network will move to Peacock Streaming before the next PPV, which is Fastlane 2021.

In India, it will be available via Sony Sports Network and Sony LIV app.

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