WWE Elimination Chamber 2019 results with videos: February 17, 2019
Last night marked the return of the infamous Elimination Chamber structure in the WWE. Two of the championships’ fate were on the line inside this steel structure. One of them was the inaugural women’s tag team titles. Also, a number of other title matches were there on the card to make it a must-see PPV. Check out the results from the show hosted by the Toyota Center in Houston, Texas.
Elimination Chamber Match For The WWE Women’s Tag Team Championship
Nia Jax & Tamina vs. Sonya Deville & Mandy Rose vs. The IIconics vs. Sasha Banks & Bayley vs. Liv Morgan & Sarah Logan vs. Naomi & Carmella
Nia Jax and Tamina dominated the match after the IIconics eliminated Naomi and Carmella. But Jax went through a chamber pod opening the door for Bayley to deliver an elbow drop on Tamina to pick up the pinfall. Sonya Deville accidentally hit a spear on Mandy Rose that allowed Sasha Banks to lock in the Bank Statement on her. Deville tapped out handing the win to the Boss n Hug Connection who is now the inaugural women’s tag champs.
Smackdown Tag Team Championship Match
Shane McMahon & The Miz vs. The Usos
Prior to the match, Maryse came out to break the news that she is having another baby with The Miz. Shane and Miz controlled the early part of the match by eliminating Usos from the ring. But Jey Uso delivered a frog splash on McMahon after a superkick. McMahon countered with a Leap of Faith for a near fall! Miz also hit the Skull Crushing Finale on Jimmy who reverted Miz for a pinfall win. The Usos became new tag champs at Elimination Chamber.
WWE Intercontinental Championship Handicap match
Bobby Lashley and Lio Rush vs. Finn Balor
Bobby Lashley started the match to dominate the most part. He hit a pair of running shoulders on Balor before hitting a big spinebuster. But Rush blind-tagged himself into the match only to digest a Sling Blade from Balor. Soon a drop kick followed by Balor who executed the Coup De Grace on Rush for the win. After the match, Lashley hit Rush with a huge Spinebuster out of frustration.
WWE Raw Women’s Championship match
Ronda Rousey vs. Ruby Riott
Charlotte Flair walked out to the ring to cut a heel promo before the match started. Ronda Rousey was quick to hit Piper’s Pit on Riott followed by the Arm-bar to get the win. After the match, Becky Lynch walked out with a crutch in hand and started beating down Charlotte Flair. After a moment of hesitation, Becky started hitting Rousey with the crutch. The officials ran out forcing her to stop.
No Disqualifications match
Braun Strowman vs. Baron Corbin
Baron Corbin started the match with a few Kendo Stick shots to Strowman. But the monster did not need it and took control by delivering a running shoulder block to Corbin. But soon, Drew McIntyre and Bobby Lashley joined Corbin in the ring to deliver a beatdown on Strowman. The trio set up Strowman for The Shield’s Triple Powerbomb through the tables for the win.
Elimination Chamber Match For The WWE Championship
Daniel Bryan vs. AJ Styles vs. Randy Orton vs. Samoa Joe vs. Kofi Kingston vs. Jeff Hardy
Daniel Bryan started the match with Samoa Joe. Kofi Kingston and AJ Styles were the next two join them. Styles hit the Phenomenal Forearm on Joe to eliminate him. Jeff Hardy joined the match only to see Bryan giving a Busaiku Knee Kick to eliminate him. Randy Orton joined the match to deliver an RKO on Styles to eliminated him. Kofi Kingston pushed off another RKO attempt and hit Trouble in Paradise to pin Orton. Kingston missed a leapfrog off the Chamber top to run into a Knee-kick from Bryan to get pinned. Bryan left the Elimination Chamber with the title on his shoulder.
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