As the awkward show in between last month's Super ShowDown and next month's WrestleMania, Elimination Chamber stinks of a pay-per-view card hastily scrambled together. There's no Drew McIntyre, Roman Reigns or Bray Wyatt, let alone Brock Lesnar, Goldberg or John Cena. But Elimination Chamber could still be a lot of fun.
There's a no-disqualification match between AJ Styles and Aleister Black, for one thing. A strange pairing of Daniel Bryan with 205 Live's Drew Gulak could also provide some unexpected highlights.
The main event is an Elimination Chamber match between six Raw women, with a title shot at Becky Lynch's Raw Women's Championship at WrestleMania on the line. I'm tempted to write this one off, since Shayna Baszler seems like the obvious winner. But since the whole event is built around this match, there could be big things planned. The other Chamber match, unusually, has Miz and John Morrison's SmackDown Tag Team Championships up for grabs. See the full card here.
Check back to this page as Elimination Chamber's main show begins at 4 p.m. PT/7 p.m. ET, as we'll be updating it with results, surprises and match ratings.