WWE Elimination Chamber 2017: Full match results

Tracking the WWE Elimination Chamber 2017 match results and highlights from Phoenix, AZ on Sunday, Feb. 12

WWE Elimination Chamber 2017 comes right on the heels of the Royal Rumble, but promises plenty of action to springboard off of that and right into WrestleMania 33. John Cena now has the WWE World Championship, but it’ll be contested in the demonic Chamber structure. With that and more set to go down at Talking Stick Resort Arena in Phoenix, AZ, the show promises to be a monstrous affair.

Cena will put up his belt and look to protect his record-tying 16th reign as champion against a host of worthy competitors. AJ Styles, Baron Corbin, Dean Ambrose, Bray Wyatt and The Miz will all be coming after the title at WWE Elimination Chamber. Even for SuperCena, dealing with that much power inside the Chamber structure might still be a bit too much to handle.

Elsewhere on the card, the SmackDown Live Women’s Championship will also hang in the balance. Alexa Bliss puts her title on the line at WWE Elimination Chamber, squaring off with Naomi. The latter has pinned the champ on numerous occasions in recent weeks—albeit in non-title or multi-person matches. However, she may have the upper hand entering the pay-per-view.

What’s more, the SmackDown tag titles will be up for grabs as American Alpha competes in a Tag Team Turmoil match that promises to be a ton of fun. Additionally, Luke Harper and Randy Orton will go 1-on-1 in Phoenix while the Dolph Ziggler takes on Apollo Crews and Kalisto in a handicap match.

Suffice it to say that WWE Elimination Chamber is shaping up to be a can’t-miss show. So don’t miss any of the action. We’ll be live tracking the match results below with links to full highlights from each match, starting with the Kickoff Show at 7:00 p.m. ET:

Results will update throughout the show.

The stage is certainly going to be further set for WrestleMania at Elimination Chamber. Hats off to WWE for setting up a solid card so quickly. Now we only have to wait and see what it means for the biggest show of the year.

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