Tonight we'll see two Elimination Chambers, with both Roman Reigns and Drew McIntyre defending their titles.
Elimination Chamber airs live on the WWE Network this Sunday, the last pay-per-view to broadcast on WWE's streaming service before it moves over to NBC's Peacock. The event will see two Elimination Chamber matches, one for Drew McIntyre's WWE Championship and the other for a shot at Universal Champion Roman Reigns. There's a good chance we'll also see Edge, who's yet to reveal who he'll face at WrestleMania following his Royal Rumble win.
The catch? The winner of SmackDown's Elimination Chamber will cash in on their shot later in the night. No rest allowed.
Lacey Evans was originally scheduled to face Asuka for the Raw Women's Championship, but the match is now off following Evans' actual, real-life pregnancy.
The Elimination Chamber will emanate from WWE's ThunderDome, held in Florida's Tropicana Field stadium. The main card starts both days at 7 p.m. ET/4 p.m. PT. If you're a paid WWE Network subscriber -- at $9.99 a month -- you can watch Elimination Chamber live for no extra cost. Otherwise, you'll need to contact your local cable provider.
Viewers in the UK will have to stay up late to watch Elimination Chamber; the show starts midnight Sunday UK time. Elimination Chamber starts for Australians at 11 a.m. AEDT on Monday.
Note that this is the final WWE pay-per-view US viewers can watch on the WWE Network. The next WWE PPV is Fastlane on March 21, but beginning March 18, US viewers will have to go through NBC's Peacock streaming service.
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