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WWE 'Elimination Chamber' recap, results: Did Daniel Bryan get revenge?

WWE "Elimination Chamber" 2014
WWE "Elimination Chamber" 2014

As the road to "WrestleMania XXX" hits full speed, the WWE "Elimination Chamber" was held on Sunday, Feb. 23, 2014, and it answered a lot of questions. Seven matches were on the card when the evening began, and there was a lot that went down so below is a full recap and all the results from WWE "Elimination Chamber."

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If you have not yet seen the event or simply don't want to know the results, stop reading now because this is a full recap.

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The night began with the kickoff show that saw Rybaxel head to the ring accompanied by Larry "The Axe Henning."

~ The Brotherhood defeated Rybaxel in a pretty good tag team match that went back and forth nicely. At the end, Ryback was brawling on the floor with Goldust as Codyy Rhodes nailed Curtis Axel with the CrossRhodes for the pin.

~ Byron Saxton interviews the Usos who say they will become the tag team champions like their uncles Afa and Sika (The Wild Samoans) and their father Rakishi.

~ Big E (no Langston) was able to defeat Jack Swagger to retain the Intercontinental title. This was a much better match than anyone expected with a lot of big time moves from both wrestlers. The end came when Big E broke out of the Patriotic Lock with an enziguiri because nailing the Big Ending for the win.

~ Bad News Barrett reminds the audience that Rusia won more medals than the United States at the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi.

~ The announcement of Hulk Hogan's return to WWE to host "WrestleMania XXX" is repeated, and he will return on "Monday Night Raw" on Feb. 24, 2014.

~ The New Age Outlaws defeated the Usos to retain the tag-team titles and that was rather unexpected. The match wasn't very long, but it wasn't bad. Jimmy Uso nailed Billy Gunn with a superkick and it seemed like that was the end, but Billy kicked out. Road Dogg distracted Jimmy at one point and that allowed Billy to roll him up for the pin.

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~ Titus O'Neil pretty much dominated the match en route to a victory over Darren Young as the Primetime Players explode. There was not a whole lot of offense from Young before he got hit with Clash of the Titus for the pin by O'Neil.

~ In one of the most anticipated matches in a long time, the crowd chanted "This Is Awesome!" before the match between The Shield and the Wyatt Family even began. As the bell rings, the crowd goes nuts as the teams brawl. The Wyatts dash outside and the crowd is evenly split with dueling chants.

This is simply a fantastic six-man tag match as both teams are being demolished at some points and both have the upper-hand in big ways too. Near the end, both teams are down and the then eventually get back up slowly.

Rollins and Ambrose get taken out so it is Roman Reigns against the Wyatts. Reigns takes out Harper and Rowan, but Harper distracts him which allows Bray Wyatt to hit Sister Abigail's Kiss for the win.

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~ Cameron defeats AJ Lee by disqualification after Tamina Snuka pulls Cameron to the floor and drills her with a clothesline. This was an impromptu match in which Cameron just came out to challenge for the Divas title, but AJ Lee held onto it due to the DQ.

~ Bad News Barrett makes his third appearance of the night and this time talks about about the new WWE Network and then calls everyone stupid.

~ Batista defeated Albert Del Rio in a match that numerous people forgot was even happening. Del Rio faked injuries before the match and then nailed Batista with a few times with his crutch. From there, it was just the typical heel beatdown until Batista makes the comeback and nails a Batista Bomb for the pin.

~ Randy Orton won a grueling match that was an incredible main event elimination chamber match. It finally came down to Orton and Cena, but Kane interfered which allowed Orton to retain the title.

Cesaro and Sheamus started the match off with the rest of the men in the pods. Cesaro really dominated Sheamus during the opening before Daniel Bryan joined into the match. Christian entered fourth and went off on Bryan to solidify his heel status.

Those duos continue as John Cena entered fifth with Randy Orton still in a pod. Cesaro was really looking strong with some great spots. Right here was where the action really picked up and things got chaotic for a bit. Orton then entered the match but was surrounded by the other five men so he locked himself back in a pod.

Sheamus kicked right through the pod to take out Orton and beat him down. Cesaro then gave Orton a giant swing for 30 revolutions. Sheamus was the first eliminated after a frog splash from Christian. Bryan then hit Christian with the flying knee to take him out.

Cesaro continued to dominate until Cena locked in a tight STF to eliminate him. That was when the Wyatt family entered the cage to decimate Cena. Bray hit Sister Abigail on Cena and Orton pinned him. It was down to just Orton and Bryan for the title.

Kane showed up to order the Wyatt Family out, but Bryan took down Kane. At this point, Kane attacks Bryan who gets nailed with an RKO and pinned by Orton.

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