WWE Elimination Chamber Results (2/23/14) – Wyatts Beat The Shield, Randy Orton Retains Title

We get another check in with the expert panel. Miz says he’s changing his pick to Daniel Bryan, Mark Henry wants to stick with his pick of Sheamus, saying no one is fresher than he is. Mysterio says all of these men except for Cesaro has been in this match, but Mysterio still believes Cesaro will win. Henry says Orton hasn’t won in a month, and no one expects with to win this one. The Chamber is shown being lowered to the ring as Josh Matthews talks about the winner of this match going on to WrestleMania.

Cole says tonight marks the 17th Chamber match in WWE history, and only 10 men have won a Chamber match. The winner will go on to face Batista at WrestleMania, and that leads into a video package highlighting some of the history behind the Chamber, and some of the factors that will play into tonight’s match.

John Cena is the first man to make his way out to the Chamber. He gets his trademark mixed reaction from the fans. Cena makes his way into his Chamber pod, getting locked in until his number is called.

Christian is the second man out into the arena, and the fans don’t seem all that excited to see him this evening.

Randy Orton enters third, carrying both titles over his shoulders. Cole notes that Orton has never won a Chamber match before in five previous attempts. Orton hands off his titles before heading over to his pod.

Daniel Bryan is the final man to enter a Chamber pod. He makes his way out to what is easily the reaction of the night. Bryan has his shoulder taped up. He stares down his opponents already in their pods, before climbing into his own.

Cesaro is the fifth man to make his way to the Chamber, and he’s accompanied out by Zeb Coalter. Cesaro leads the fans in a ‘We the People’ pledge before testing the Chamber chains, and heading into the ring.

Sheamus is the final man to make his way into the arena, and he gets a nice reaction from the fans, who seem to have bounced back a bit, and are showing a bit more life, and interest in the actual match at hand.

WWE World Heavyweight Championship Elimination Chamber Match:
Randy Orton vs. John Cena vs. Christian vs. Sheamus vs. Daniel Bryan vs. Cesaro

The Chamber door is closed and locked up. The bell rings and Cesaro and Sheamus circle each other. Sheamus is distracted by Christian, and that allows Cesaro to attack, stomping away at Sheamus and sending him out of the ring. Cesaro attempts to slam Sheamus head first into the Chamber wall, but Sheamus fights it off and clotheslines Cesaro over the top and back into the ring. Cesaro fights back with a big uppercut, and he back drops Sheamus out to the Chamber floor. Cesaro connects with a big forearm, but runs into a slingshot shoulder block from Sheamus. Sheamus kicks Cesaro in the back and follows up with a neckbreaker for one.

Sheamus whips Cesaro across the ring and follows with a shoulder to the gut before hitting a low knee and clotheslining Cesaro over the top rope. Cesaro fights off Sheamus, but Sheamus is able to turn things right back around and hit a series of clubbing blows to Cesaro’s chest. Sheamus clotheslines Cesaro and sends him crashing to the Chamber floor. Sheamus attempts to suplex Cesaro back into the ring, but Cesaro fights it off and brings Sheamus out to the floor with him. Cesaro sends Sheamus crashing into the turnbuckle, then he heads to the middle rope and leaps off with a double stomp to the chest.

Cesaro heads back into the ring after Sheamus, and hits him with a big uppercut, then a kick, and another uppercut. Cesaro mocks Cena before continuing the assault. Sheamus tries to fight back, but Cesaro charges into the corner with a huge European uppercut to drop Sheamus. Sheamus is able to come up with a couple of weak kicks, and he pulls himself to a seated position on the top turnbuckle. Cesaro stops Sheamus cold, but Sheamus fights him off and hits a shoulder tackle from the top. The clock counts down and the next man in is Daniel Bryan.

Bryan comes in with a double missile dropkick to both men, then a series of knees to Cesaro, and a running knee to the gut. Bryam kicks Sheamus repeatedly in the corner, backflips over him, and hits a flying clothesline.

Bryan kicks both Sheamus and Cesaro in their chests, trading kicks between the two. Bryan hits a kick to the side of Cesaro’s head. Sheamus is able to catch Bryan out of nowhere, but Bryan comes back, taking Sheamus down and trapping the leg. Bryan also catches Cesaro with a Northern lights suplex, holding both men down. Bryan rolls up Sheamus for a quick near fall. Bryan goes to the middle rope and leaps off, but he’s caught by Cesaro and taken to the mat with a backbreaker for a near fall. Sheamus and Cesaro square off with Sheamus scoring with some uppercuts of his own. Sheamus hits a clothesline on Cesaro, but Cesaro comes back with a series of knees and a clothesline back over the top to the Chamber floor. Cesaro grinds his knee against Sheamus’ face on the Chamber floor. Bryan is out and he attacks Cesaro, but Cesaro whips Bryan through the pod that Bryan started out in.

Cesaro and Sheamus trade big shots on the outside, and Cesaro seems to get the upper hand. Sheamus shoulders Cesaro and hits a rolling slam, bringing all of his weight down on Cesaro’s chest. Sheamus brings things back into the ring for a two count. Cesaro rolls to the outside and Sheamus turns to Bryan, stomping away at him. Sheamus heads to the top, but he’s stopped by Bryan. The clock counts down as Sheamus fights Bryan off. Christian is the next man in, and he pushes Sheamus off the top and to the outside.

Christian goes right to work on Bryan, stompin at his shoulder, and wrenching the arm. Christian tosses Bryan to the outside and brings Bryan’s arm down across the top rope before shoving him repeatedly into the Chamber wall. Christian rips at Bryan’s shoulder tape, hitting a series of clubbing blows. Christian uses the pod door to slam against Bryan’s injured arm. Christian stands on the middle rope and waits for Bryan to stand, connecting with a tornado DDT for two.

Christian pulls Bryan up, and Bryan connects with a couple of kicks and a big enzugiri. Bryan goes for the dropkick in the corner, but Christian ducks and Bryan misses. Sheamus is up and he throws Christian into the Chamber wall repeatedly. Sheamus shoulders Christian, but Christian drops down and hits a reverse DDT on the Chamber floor. Cesaro is up and he’s got Christian by the legs. Christian fights him off, and goes for the Killswitch, but Cesaro fights him off and tosses Christian up. Christian grabs onto the Chamber wall and leaps off, but Cesaro catches him, and powerbombs Christian into one of the pod walls. Cesaro goes for the pin, but Christian kicks out at two.

Cesaro turns to Sheamus, picking up the destroyed pod wall, and putting it in front of Sheamus before hitting a big uppercut. Sheamus fights back, but Cesaro gut wrenches him up and tosses him back on the Chamber floor. The clock counts down once more, and the next man out is Cena.

Cena catches a leaps Christian, and shoulders him, hitting the AA to send him crashing into Cesaro. Bryan stops Cena climbing to the top, and hits a top rope hurricanrana. Bryan kicks Cena’s chest repeatedly, but Christian stops him with the Killswitch. Christian pins Bryan, but Bryan kicks out at two.

Cesaro grabs Christian by the legs, but Cena hits a cross body and Christian’s slingshotted into the corner. Cena hits a belly to back suplex on Christian, and teases the five knuckle shuffle, but Sheamus hits Cena with White Noise. Sheamus kicks Cesaro in the gut, and the two trade more uppercuts. Sheamus takes Cesaro into the corner, and Cesaro whips Sheamus into a double kick from Christian. Cesaro tries for the Neutralizer, but Sheamus fights it off. Christian sends Sheamus out to the floor, and Christian hits a tornado DDT on Cesaro for two. Cena grabs Christian and sends him crashing into the cage wall. Cena catches Cesaro with the shoulder tackle, and Cesaro responds with a huge pop up European uppercut for two.

Cesaro hits Cena with an uppercut, Bryan hits Cesaro with a kick, and Cena hits Bryan with a right. The three men continue to trade strikes and kicks. Cena shoulders Cesaro, and Bryan kicks at Cena’s gut. Bryan kicks Cesaro in the corner while Sheamus holds him up. Bryan goes for Sheamus, but Sheamus pushes Bryan back into the cage wall hard. Cesaro stands on the middle rope and suplexes Sheamus back into the ring. Cesaro gets a two count on Sheamus as the clock counts down one last time for Orton.

Orton goes after everyone, stomping away at all opponents. Fans chant ‘boring’ at Orton, but Orton just poses in the middle of the ring and points at the WrestleMania sign. Orton backs up and goes for the punt on Bryan, but Bryan moves. Orton is cornered by Cena, Sheamus and Bryan. Orton goes back into his pod and closes the foor. Sheamus stares Orton down while Orton talks smack. Sheamus backs down, then turns around and hits a brogue kick through the pod to knock Orton down. Sheamus pulls Orton out and slams him repeatedly into the Chamber wall before clotheslining him into the ring. Cesaro tosses Sheamus into the wall. In the ring, Cena hits Orton with a belly to back suplex and the five knuckle shuffly. Cesaro is in and tosses Cena from the ring. Cesaro takes Orton down and begins to swing Orton around.

Cesaro gets almost 30 rotations in, and Bryan hits the chaos theory on Cesaro. Sheamus knocks Bryan from the ring, and then takes Christian down to the mat. Sheamus hypes himself up and connects with the brogue kick on Cena. Christian rolls up Sheamus for two, then pins Cena for another two count. Sheamus looks at Christian angrily, and Sheamus follows Christian to the outside. Sheamus hits Christian with a right, then tries for the razor’s edge. Christian grabs the cage wall and climbs to the top of a pod, but Sheamus follows. Orton follows up after Sheamus, and he brings Sheamus off with a superplex. Christian leaps from the top of the pod with a big splash. Christian pins Sheamus for three.

Sheamus is eliminated

Orton picks Christian up and tries for the suspension DDT, but Christian reverses with a backdrop to the outside. Bryan connects with a running knee to Christian and he gets the three count.

Christian is eliminated

All four men stand in each corner of the ring. Cena and Cesaro square off, while Bryan kicks at Orton in the corner. Cena and Bryan send their respective opponents to the outside, and crash them into opposing Chamber walls. Bryan and Cena both head back into the ring. Bryan and Cena trade kicks and punches, and Bryan almost gets the Yes Lock on. Cena fights it off and is about to shoulder Bryan. Cesaro is in and German suplexes both men. Cesaro pins Cena for two, then hits Orton with a big running kick. Cena hits a drop toe hold on Cesaro, but Cesaro fights out of the STF. Cena fights off the Neutralizer, and shoulders Cesaro, hitting the AA out to the Chamber floor. Cena locks in the STF and Cesaro taps out.

Cesaro is eliminated

Orton stalks Cena, going for the RKO. Cena pushes him off and is able to lock in the STF. The Wyatt’s music hits, and the lights go out.

When the lights come back on, the Wyatt’s are in the Chamber. The Wyatt’s attacks Cena after Harper hits Bryan with a big boot. Harper whips Rowan into Cena, then Harper follows with a big clothesline. Harper and rowan pick up Cena and allow Bray to hit Sister Abigail.

The crowd chants ‘thank you Wyatts’. Orton pins Cena for three.

Cena is eliminated

It’s down to Orton and Bryan, and Kane comes down to the Chamber to tell the Wyatt’s to head to the back. The crowd chants ‘you sold out’ to Kane. Kane heads into the Chamber to look after Cena. Bryan climbs to the top rope and hits Kane with a flying knee. Bryan grabs Bryan and sends him crashing into one of the pods. Orton tries for a superplex, but Bryan falls through and pulls Orton down into a tree of woe. Bryan kicks at Orton’s chest, then backs up and hits a huge running dropkick, then another and a third. Bryan pulls Orton up and takes Orton down to the mat with a belly to back superplex from the top.

Bryan goes for the pin and gets two. Kane is still laid out on the Chamber floor. Bryan climbs back to the top, but Orton stops him in his tracks. Orton pulls Bryan by the beard and hits the suspension DDT. Orton drops to the mat and gets up, going for the RKO. Bryan avoids it and connects with the flying knee. The ref begins the count, but Kane pulls him out of the ring. Bryan kicks Kane in the side of the head, and he turns around into an RKO. Orton goes for the pin, but Bryan kicks out!

Bryan catches Orton in a small package for two, then kicks Orton in the side of the head. Bryan has the crowd completely in his hand, and is psyching himself up. Kane punches Bryan, and Orton follows up with the RKO. Orton pins Bryan for three.

Winner and STILL WWE World Heavyweight Champion: Randy Orton

Orton grabs his titles and slowly staggers out of the cage, holding both belts high.

The show closes with Bryan looking dejected in the ring, the fans looking angry and upset, and Orton holding his titles high.

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  • Andrew

    hello.

    • Alex Gallardo

      I thought I would be alone here.
      Nice to see ya.

      • Andrew

        same here nice to see you too

  • Andrew

    i hope we arent the only ones here lol

  • Xavier

    I read from another source that Christain will most likely be replaced in the Chamber tonight. Any guesses on who will replace? Im guessing Lesnar

    • Andrew

      hmmm i would guess him since idk who else.

    • da mizz

      Why would they replace him though? What was the reasoning?

      • Xavier

        M guessing for keyfabe reasons. Lesnar will be here tonight. I’m assuming that will tie into it somehow

        • da mizz

          I hope so. I like Christian but come on…..

    • Evon Callaway Bitterweed Reese

      Could be Barrett. They need to get him back in the ring

    • O Gaines

      I was seriously thinking Brock Lesnar would have beaten on Christian then taken his place in the Chamber!!

  • K!NG

    Good opening match so far

  • da mizz

    I’ll be so happy when Brock lesnar wins the title tonight, GOING BEAST MODE!!

  • frenchfry

    love seeing the tag team titles being defended on ppv by NAO

  • Andrew

    i reallly hope cesaro or daniel bryan wins somehow tonight.

  • Xavier

    Let’s Go Usos!

    • Andrew

      yesss!!

    • David Jr.

      Let’s Go Usos!

    • da mizz

      Boo this man, boo this man! NAO are the greatest tag team ever, just ask them…

  • hulkamaniac

    Listen up brothers, see the hulkster isn’t supposed to spill the beans, but whatcha gonna do brother, I’m backstage getting my pythons pumped. The hulk is goin in, all the vitamins, prayers, and of course exercise have paid off again. The hulkster is walking out of Minnesota the champ..!! Its in my contract brothers!

    • Alex Gallardo

      OMG
      CAN I GET YOUR AUTOGRAPH
      YOU’RE MY FAVORITE WRESTLER OF ALL TIME

      • hulkamaniac

        See little dude the
        the huckster….er I mean hulkster would love to sign the big Double H on all your red and yellow , officially licensed Wwe merchandise, but the big man, Vinnie Macs Doctors said that the hulkster could get carpal tunnel in his hand, and brother, the hulkster can’t get hurt again. It would kill wrestlemania not having the greatest hero of all time…me brother the hulkster, so tell me WHATCHA GONNA DO WHEN YOUR BACK GOES OUT ON YOU!!!

        • Alex Gallardo

          I understand..
          YOU’RE STILL THE GREATEST OF ALL TIME AND I WILL MARK OUT LIKE CRAZY WHEN YOU RETURN.

          • David Jr.

            So will I, Alex.

          • Alex Gallardo

            We should be mark out buddies
            Or maybe that’s a little weird.

          • David Jr.

            I will wear my Hulk Hogan T-Shirt and my Hulk Hogan bandana, tomorrow.

          • hulkamaniac

            You and all the zillions and zillions of hulkamaniacs all over the world, except in parts of Korea, and a town called Nashville, the hulksters not welcome back brother. But don’t worry little dude Alex, because if you just follow Hulks 3 rules, the prayers, vitamins, and exercise,the HulkAMania will never die….SO WHATCHA GONNA DO ALEX, WHEN YOUR HERO RUNS WILD ON YOU!

          • Alex Gallardo

            HE SAID MY NAME
            HULK HOGAN SAID MY NAME
            THANK YOU SO MUCH
            HOGAN 4 LIFE

          • hulkamaniac

            Your welcome little guy, now let me find Vinnie Mac and find out if that just qualified for my make-a-wish that’s in the hulksters contract Brother! Enjoy elimination chamber Hulkamaniacs, and set your alarms because the big unveiling is tomorrow…..thats right HULK HOGAN RETURNS!!

  • ron

    No Disrespect to Christan peeps but I would rather see Lesnar in this Chamber match

  • Xavier

    SMDH @ The Outlaws winning.

    • da mizz

      YES ……THE PAST WILL NEVER DIE!! GOAT….NAO….

      • Xavier

        Lol

  • Evon Callaway Bitterweed Reese

    I don’t get the CM Punk chants. Why cry for someone that walked out on you?

  • Evon Callaway Bitterweed Reese

    Well that sucks. Thought a The Usos would win this one. They should have

    • Alex Gallardo

      They’re too young to win the belts.

      • Evon Callaway Bitterweed Reese

        Well looking at how the roster is being put together now you might be right. Lol

      • O Gaines

        The Rockers were a young team also and they won the titles back when. There have been spoilers on this site the Usos may win the titles tomorrow on RAW

        • CGM85

          the rockers were never recognised as tag team champions in the wwf

  • Andrew

    random thought but i still cant believe dolph ziggler is not doing anything interesting like anything smh

  • Alex Gallardo

    Prime Time Fillers.

  • Evon Callaway Bitterweed Reese

    Boy that one was a shocker. Good bye Darren Young.

  • Alex Gallardo

    Wyatts
    vs.
    Shield
    IT JUST GOT REAL

  • Andrew

    i heard a rumor that there could be a rematch for the shield vs wyatts on raw tommorow and the usos vs nao hmm

  • Alex Gallardo

    I’m leaving this watch party for a little
    I need to fully enjoy this match

  • Simon Veitch

    now THAT is how a crowd should chant

  • Xavier

    Batista/Del Rio gotta follow Shield/Wyatt’s, that’s not doing them any favors.

  • K!NG

    Rollins is insane

  • Simon Veitch

    Holy Shit! Give Rollins a title shot!

  • Xavier

    Rollins had a great sequence there.

  • Valiant

    I hope Roman Reings take face turn and there would be match against Reings vs Taker at wrestle mania 30

    • O Gaines

      I hope Roman Reigns turns face soon and relieves Dean Ambrose of his US Title!!!

  • Xavier

    What a match!

  • BlazeKing

    Harper is a beast!!!

  • Xavier

    Super Reigns lol

  • Simon Veitch

    and there’s your match of the night for sure. I don’t think the Elimination Chamber will be able to top that tag team match

  • BlazeKing

    That match right there was worth money for sure.

  • Owen Gold

    Shield vs wyatts was phenomenal, chamber match could struggle to follow it!

  • Simon Veitch

    I assume the Diva’s are now to minimize how much the crowd will shit all over Batista’s match. There was no way they could have Batista vs ADR follow that Shield Wyatt match

  • Owen Gold

    are they trying to make the wwe network fail by having barret praise it?

  • Simon Veitch

    Well the crowd is making it very clear how they feel, “Si! Si! Si!” “Daniel Bryan!”

  • H.M.

    This crowd is absolutely pooping on Batista. Lol. It’s also funny seeing the announcers acknowledge the crowd’s ‘We want Lesnar!’ chants as well as them being Pro-Del Rio.

    • O Gaines

      According to Kane, Lesnar was supposed to be at the PPV

  • Simon Veitch

    I really hope this sends a message to Vince. The crowd does not want Batista, his return has completely flopped. And putting a guy who can’t get the crowd behind him, against a heel Orton (so far) at WrestleMania is going to really piss off a lot of people.

  • BlazeKing

    Hogan as host of WM30!!!!

  • Simon Veitch

    Come on, I want DB v Cesaro opening this match

  • Simon Veitch

    Damnit! Cesaro v Sheamus to open, still good, but not what I wanted :P

  • marvin

    first time the light switch dont get reversed lol

  • Evon Callaway Bitterweed Reese

    WTH??? He taps out?

  • marvin

    obviously kane is gonna mess it up for daniel bryan smh bad ppv

  • ron

    Bryan is now in the superman crowd he kicked out of an RKO

  • Owen Gold

    ending was a little bit predictable

  • monty

    yeh this was so surprising

    come on wwe

  • Avalanchian

    *yawn* once again a terrible ending. Might as well just have stopped after the Wyatts vs Shield match.

  • Jaime Salazar

    WWe Messed up Big! Golden opportunity for Bryan vs a heel Batista!!!

    • Dan

      I’m a fan of all three. Hopefully they for go direction vs hhh. Hopefully triple threat with Bryan included? I can dream right. It’d be a hell of a match.

  • Jaime Salazar

    Orton Vs Batista in Wrestlemania, somebody will be saving $60 this spring! ME!!!!!

  • Larry Hicks

    well. there not getting my money tomorrow morning, that’s how u show them.

    • frenchfry

      yea larry you sure showed them

  • Radical Rex

    Yes, WWE, I’m sure the crowd would love to see Daniel vs Kane at Wrestlemania while two people they could not care less about goes one on one in the main event.

    Man, if this doesn’t somehow lead to a triple threat at Wrestlemania, I can only imagine how bad the crowd is going to crap on Orton vs Batista. Bravo, WWE.

  • Jaime Salazar

    I want Ice Cream!!!

  • Stephen Cash

    I like that Bryan cost himself this match…. Instead of the usual interference for no reason. He attacked Kane first…. That saves things, but Cesaro tapping was stupid… Anyone else get the feeling that they didn’t have HHH run in because they are hoping for a cm punk vs HHH match WM?

  • Ken

    Orton wins, which means WrestleMania is gonna SUCK!

  • Evon Callaway Bitterweed Reese

    I wish these comments stayed in order from newest to oldest

    • Avalanchian

      You can change it right about the area you posted. Look for…… Sort by

      • Evon Callaway Bitterweed Reese

        Thank you.

  • IWC

    This was the worst PPVs ever! I’m sick of wwe not giving fans what they want. They keep shoving Orton down our throats. Vince & HHH suck. I’m done with the WWE!

    • Stephen Cash

      See ya. Don’t want to see you on the comments anymore. Enjoy your extra free time

  • diddy

    Why the hell do the wwe keep Daniel Bryan around just so they can screw him over on ppv main events they had better add him to the Batista/Orton match at Wrestlemania as a triple threat match because i can bet money on it that they WILL NOT get anywhere near a million buys for Wrestlemania 30 because fans are fed up with seeing the same thing on TV and pay per view. They have quite possibly there biggest star since CM Punk in Daniel Bryan yet they screw him every time well i say screw you WWE and Vince McMahon just save yourselves embarresment and shut down the company.

    • Stephen Cash

      It doesn’t matter what they do at mania to you anyway…. You’re done with wwe remember?

  • Stephen Cash

    Orton has worked is butt off this year, and put on some amazing matches. This was a very solid PPV, and Orton deserves to hold the title into Mania. I hope he doesn’t lose it to Batista because Batista sucks….

  • _JIM_

    Yet again WWE poops all over their fans hopes and dreams. This just has to end up a triple threat for the WWE WHC at Mania with Bryan, Batista, and Orton. Either that or have the supreme payoff and put Bryan over to win the championship the night after Mania on Raw. That way everybody would get to see it happen. Either way they are really running out of time with this whole deal. The fans aren’t going to stay with this thing much longer if Bryan keeps getting the shaft at every turn. Sooner or later the fans are going to stop caring unless they get their big payoff here really soon. I know my patience with the whole thing is definitely starting to wear severely thin.

  • kingdook24

    Well, Bryan’s face at the end of this lame ass PPV said it all. He’s just as tired of jobbing to Orton as we, fans, are tired. I just feel so sorry for Bryan at this point. Either WWE is truly planning something BIG at WM for Bryan… or they just simply going to keep making him chase the title, only to fail everytime until fans just simply give up on him… and that’s unfortunate.

    When is WWE going to get it in their heads that people are tired of Orton & Cena? Are they NOT listening to the reactions?! The most over people that people clearly wanted was Bryan or Cesaro. Do the “Let’s go, Cena! Cena Sucks!” chants not ring a bell to them?! Does Sheamus, Christian, Cena & Orton getting booed everytime they touch either Bryan or Cesaro NOT mean anything?!!

    WWE… nobody wants to see Orton vs. Batista at WM. Orton & Batista get heat not because Orton is a good heel nor Batista is not a good wrestler… They get heat simply because they are stars who simply overstaying their welcome at the top. Orton is an 10+ champion, as is Cena – Batista had the world title more than 5 times, I believe… People are tired of them. What happened to title reigns actually meaning something?! People are tired of the screwy PPV finishes. To my knowledge… I could be wrong… Orton has not won cleanly at a PPV since Summerslam, except for TLC.

    The thing that pissed me off that really didn’t make sense to me… the point, during the fight, where Orton was cornered by Cena, Bryan, Cesaro & Sheamus. All five of these DON’T want Orton as champion… so why not all gang up on him & eliminate him?!!! I don’t understand that logic of either 5 men… correction… I don’t understand the logic of the writers, having that standoff, only for it to not go anywhere.

    I’m sorry… I know I’m all over the place… so many emotions of frustration. I’m just simply tired of WWE giving the fans the middle finger when it comes to the people the fans care about, opposed to who WWE wants to put over. People don’t want Randy Orton anymore. People dont want Cena anymore, as much as I’m still a Cena fan, even I’m saying it’s time for new blood. People don’t want Batista.

    They want Daniel Bryan. And WWE knows this, they aren’t dumb. But it seems that the only way WWE is going to get that picture is if the fans simply do something about that. Whether that be not ordering WM, not purchasing the WWE Network, etc…. but that’s not going to happen simply because we love this product too much. People will order WM… it’s inevitable. But fans have the power to change this – Stone Cold was originally a heel during the Attitude Era, but fans loved his persona & the fans forced WWE to make him a face. The fans have that power, they need to utilize it more like how they did at the Royal Rumble. And it seems WWE knows what they did because of how the cameramen were getting close-up shots of all the disappointed fans after Bryan lost.

    Something’s gotta change.

    • Stephen Cash

      Just wait in a couple months when DB is holding the title you will be tired of him too

      • kingdook24

        I don’t see how that’s possible seeing as Bryan is, in fact, a two-time WWE Champion with not either reign lasting more than 24 hours.

        • Stephen Cash

          Just wait….

    • Xavier

      I noticed you referenced the Attitude Era but you do realize that one of the reasons why the Attitude Era was so big was b/c of screwy finishes. Don’t get me wrong though, I would love too see Bryan as champ just as much you or anyone else on here would like but what’s really the point of even getting mad at this point especially when Richard and every other dirt sheet shit on the net has been posting for weeks now that Vince was indeed going to go forward with Batista/Orton. I knew going into this PPV that Bryan was likely going to get screwed. And let’s not forget that The Rock circa 1999-2000 was booked pretty much the exact same way Bryan is being booked now. Remember Rock lost the title to Austin at WM15 then turned face a month or so later then spent pretty much the next year chasing the title to only be screwed by the McMahon-Helmsey regime time & time again before finally winning the title again at Backlash 2000 for the first time in 13 months. Hell, Rock even got screwed over by special guest ref Shawn Michaels in a title match against Triple H on a episode of Smackdown pretty much the same way Bryan did at HIAC. The only difference between then & now is the fact that the IWC is 20x stronger then it was around 1999/2000 so now fans have a place to vent and now feel the need to hijack shows for whatever reason thinking that that’s actually gonna change anything when if the past year hasn’t indicated it won’t.

      • kingdook24

        Church.

  • King A sshole

    Glad I watched drag racing and nascar instead. Antron Brown and Lil’ E always make me smile.
    After reading the results, its very apparent that Vince McMahon needs to retire or just die already.

    • Stephen Cash

      You were done with wwe for 1 minute….

  • Stephen Cash

    You guys are killing me…. Saying WWE isn’t going to last much longer like this…. Lol. They’re a major company, and the product as been a lot worse. Bryan will NOT be added to the title match. The underdog has to look like he has no chance at winning… People thought Bryan might win tonight….he will win the title…. My dream would be a mitb match at WM with Bryan winning and cashing in on Orton!!!!

  • Eddie Edwards

    I had to work tonight so I didn’t get to order the PPV. I’ll go back and watch The Shield vs The Wyatts when I order the network. The Elimination Chamber has become way to predictable the last few years.

  • BigMike

    Shield and Wyatt made the night by far…. rest was shit

  • Bill Krow

    BELIEVE IN THE BUZZARDS!

  • Stephen Cash

    I thought EC was a very good PPV. Orton deserved the win. Bryan cost himself the match. And the 6 man tag was amazing!!!! As was the chamber match!!!! Everyone is mad that Bryan didn’t win, but had he won everyone would have thought that match was amazing. 1. A DB win at mania would be better anyway. 2. Everyone should have known he wasn’t going over here. You want to talk about logical booking when they had Orton cornered? How about the fact that there was no way Kane or HHH logically would let Bryan won the title ever…. But eventually he will. Wwe just wants everyone to get to the point where they have lost all hope…. Which is what an underdog story is…. What if Rey would have won the title at no way out instead of mania? It wouldn’t have been that great of a moment….

    • opie

      Don’t get your hopes up. It’s not going to happen. There won’t be a swerve. I’ve said this before: Vince wants the belt on Batista when he’s doing publicity for Guardians of the Galaxy.

  • Paul

    After reading these results and the fact that there was NO Brock at EC I think this almost guarantees a Brock vs Taker match at Mania! Cant wait to see Taker again tomorrow night on Raw and Also the Hulkster! The roof is gonna blow off that arena!:)

  • Stoney

    It pisses me off when WWE continually screw over they guy everyone loves just because he a) is someone that was well known without Vince’s help or b) doesn’t look like a bodybuilder who WWE picked out of a magazine or found at a gym.

  • Rambo Commander

    The best part about boring wrestlers like Batista is the random chants that the crowd make for their favourite wrestlers, and while CM Punk, Bryan & Lesnar chants are obvious, its great the way even RVD and Y2J chants make their way.

  • Alain Labatos

    You know the crowd hates you much when they’d rather cheer for Del Rio over you

  • sdunne87

    Not sure if this is any indication but as I’m in the UK I actually fell asleep during the Batista Match missing the chamber completely.

  • Jokers485

    Screw this I’m sticking with TNA and the lockdown Plc as THAT will be something to see!

  • Ablakefn74

    Everyone is going to respond based on their opinion. Maybe I am in the minority here, but I thoroughly ENJOYED the PPV for a change! Most of the matches, except for Batista & Del Rio, intrigued me. By far the best match was Wyatts vs. The Shield!! Incredible action, as well I thought Big E & Swagger was a good match too. Despite people wanting Bryan to win the belt, the EC match was very well done. I enjoyed it pretty much the whole show.