WWE Elimination Chamber 2017 Live Stream: Watch Online
Details on how to watch Sunday night’s WWE Elimination Chamber 2017 pay-per-view.
The Elimination Chamber will make its return for the first time in nearly two years on February 12. This show would last be seen in May 2015 as a live special. It hasn’t been a pay-per-view since February 2014.
For the 2017 version, it’s returning to the normal slot of February, just two months before WrestleMania 33. Usually, it would be the last PPV before the Show of Shows, but with the brand split still in effect, there’s still Raw’s Fastlane yet to happen in March.
The Elimination Chamber PPV is always highlighted by the match of the same name. It sees six WWE Superstars compete inside this steel structure, usually for a championship. Two Superstars start the match and wrestle for five minutes, which then leads to the entrant of the next person. It continues at five-minute intervals until everyone is out of their pods. To eliminate someone, they have to be pinned or submitted; the last one remaining is the winner.
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This year’s Elimination Chamber match will see John Cena defend the WWE Championship against Dean Ambrose, Baron Corbin, the Miz, AJ Styles, and Bray Wyatt. It’s basically a match for a spot at WrestleMania 33, as Randy Orton — the 2017 Royal Rumble winner — is waiting for a World title opportunity. Who will it end up being against?
A look at the information for watching Elimination Chamber online can be seen below. This includes the start time, TV info, live stream, and more.
Date: Sunday, February 12
Time: 8:00 p.m. ET
Location: Phoenix, AZ
Venue: Talking Stick Resort Arena
TV Info: check your local pay-per-view provider
Live Stream: WWE Network
This show will lead SmackDown into WrestleMania 33. We should see feuds begin and others continue toward this show, including for one of the biggest matches on the card for April 2. What could transpire?