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It had been more than five years since WWE had visited Australia. The return of the largest company in the world to Oceania was great news for fans. 52,590 people gathered in Perth to enjoy a Premium Live Event. Few duels, but of great intensity that have made the dedicated fans really enjoy themselves.

Results and summary of WWE Elimination Chamber 2024

Rhea Ripley retained the WWE Women’s World Championship by defeating Nia Jax: The Australian was destined to be the leader of the party. She has become one of the main faces of the women’s division and to her audience it seemed unlikely that she would lose. Ripley is still champion, but not because of locality, it is because of justice. Nax is a very big and rocky opponent, but Rhea leaves no gaps. She is tough and can do anything. She had to suffer from it, Nia even slammed her against a table, but she ended up, thanks to her extraordinary physique, with her arm raised above her.

Drew McIntyre will be Seth Rollins’ challenger at WrestleMania 40 by winning the men’s Elimination Chamber against LA Knight, Kevin Owens, Bobby Lashley, Randy Orton and Logan Paul (ordered by turn of appearance): The history of women’s wrestling repeated itself. The most difficult yet. Being in the elimination chamber and not having a cabin is usually synonymous with many problems. McIntyre had to endure the entire fight, although she had to suffer. In a lawsuit of this type there are moments to remember in abundance. One of the most viral was an RKO out of nowhere that Orton applied to Logan Paul. As expected, the final heads-up was between Randy Orton and Drew McIntyre. What was not expected was that Logan Paul would also be the protagonist. A right hand, with a brass fist, on Orton gave the victory on a plate to McIntyre. The ‘Viper’ seems like he could have a rivalry with the YouTuber at WrestleMania.

Especial Grayson Waller Effect: Another Australian caused the fans to go into delirium, although he did not have to fight. Waller had his space with his interview segment. Seth Rollins and Cody Rhodes were present. The highlight was Rhodes’ challenge. He publicly requested a match against The Rock on the first night of WrestleMania 40. He wants revenge for the slap at the press conference to present the Great Event.

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Judgment Day (Finn Balor and Damian Priest) retained the Unified Tag Team Championships by beating New Catch Republic (Pete Dunne and Tyler Bate): As is often the case with Judgment Day, there was interference. Dominik Mysterio saved his teammates when things were worst, although it is true that this time he was expelled before the decisive part of the duel. Dunne and Bate understand each other perfectly and have grown very quickly, but it was not enough for them against a team as well combined as Balor and Priest. The experience together was key for Finn to prevent the British from destroying Priest (with a superplex) and thus reverse the situation to win.

Becky Lynch will be Rhea Ripley’s challenger at WrestleMania 40 by winning the women’s Elimination Chamber against Naomi, Tiffany Stratton, Liv Morgan, Raquel Rodríguez and Bianca Belair: Becky Lynch’s absolute physical display. The Irishwoman showed why she is one of the best in history. Holding out on this stipulation from the start is tremendously complete, but Lynch did it. She also used intelligence. Liv Morgan eliminated with a ‘little package’ after a moment of action between Bianca and Lynch. Morgan was overjoyed, but Becky didn’t waste any time. With her Man Handle Slam she finished off Morgan and took the victory. She will be in the Showcase of the Immortals.

The Kabuki Warriors (Asuka and Kairi Sane) defeated Indi Hartwell and Candice LaRae to retain the women’s tag team titles: The tag team champions are solid queens of the division. They understand each other perfectly and have a great spirit of sacrifice. The fight was framed in the kickoff, but it did not detract. It all ended after a great joint action by Asuka and Sane.

  • Becky Lynch

  • Bianca Belair

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