"The WWE Elimination Chamber" took place on Feb. 17 and the pay per view featured some big surprises, although no titles changed hands on the card. Here is a look at what went down at the WWE's February pay per view.
The night began with a pre-card show in which the new tag team of Tensai and Brodus Clay beat Team Rhodes Scholars.
After that, the first match on the card saw Alberto Del Rio defend his world championship belt against former champion The Big Show. The two have been feuding since Del Rio won a shocking title match on Smackdown shortly after his face turn. The match was a decent power struggle that Del Rio won with his cross arm breaker.
The next match on the card was for the United State title, as Antonio Cesaro defended against The Miz. The match has been building on "WWE Main Event," and culminated on "WWE Monday Night Raw" when Cesaro brutalized Miz. The Miz came in to this match hurt and Cesaro took advantage. The end came when Miz accidentally kicked Cesaro in the groin, picking up the DQ loss.
Next up was the actual Elimination Chamber match. The bout was as brutal as expected with Randy Orton, Kane, Daniel Bryan, Chris Jericho, Mark Henry and Jack Swagger involved. The end was a shock as Jack Swagger won and earned a main event spot at Wrestlemania.
The next match was a surprise fight between MITB holder Dolph Ziggler and Kofi Kingston. Ziggler won in a short match.
The big six man tag match between The Shield and John Cena, Sheamus and Ryback. The match was a big fight as expected, but another shock occurred as The Shield took out Sheamus early, dominated over John Cena through much of the match and then won by pinning Ryback.
Kaitlyn pinned Tamina Snuka in a Diva's title match next.
Finally, in the main event, The Rock beat CM Punk by pinfall in a WWE Championship match after two ref bumps, and both men kicking out of the other's finishing moves.
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