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Cena and Kane trade blows before Kane throws Cena outside of the ring. He follows behind and the two brawl up the ramp. Cena throws Kane into the metal audience guard rail.

Kane fights off further advances from Cena and goes to open the door of the ambulance. A stretcher rolls out of the back of the ambulance and Kane attempts to throw Cena in. Cena blocks the move and attacks Kane with the medical equipment.

The match moves back towards the ring and Cena throws Kane shoulder first into the ring steps. Kane recovers and starts to pummel Cena as the two get back into the ring.

Cena tries to mount a comeback, but Kane drops him with a sidewalk slam. Kane goes to the top rope for a flying clothesline, but Cena dropkicks him in mid-air and goes into his signature offense.

Cena successfully hits Kane with the 5-Knuckle Shuffle and puts Kane into position for the Attitude Adjustment, but Kane counters and starts to suffocate Cena with his hand. Cena passes out, and Kane drags him out of the ring. Kane pulls a wheelchair from under the ring and starts to roll Cena up the ramp.

Cena fights his way out of the wheelchair as Kane attempts to suffocate Cena once again. Cena takes control of the match, smashing Kane into the side of the ambulance with the folded up wheelchair. Cena then placed Kane into the wheelchair and rolled him into an equipment table.

Kane gets up and starts to attack Kane with equipment until Cena hits Kane in his midsection with a steel chair. Kane and Cena continued to trade offense as they moved through the crowd.

Cena throws Kane over the security barricade, grabs a mic and asks Booker T if he's in the Fave Five. Booker confirms, and Cena grabs a monitor and slams it into Kane's face. He does the same with a set of steel steps.

Cena then sets up the steel steps in front of the Spanish announce table with Kane on his shoulders for the Attitude Adjustment. Kane counters and chokeslams Cena through the table.

Kane gets the stretcher and brings it to ringside. He places Cena on top of it, and rolls it to the ambulance. Kane puts Cena into the ambulance, closes one door, but Cena gets out before he can close the other. Cena attacks Kane and then climbs to the top of the ambulance. Cena calls for Kane to follow him, and he does.

Kane attempts the chokeslam, but Cena counters and hits Kane with the Attitude Adjustment from on top of the ambulance.

Cena gets down, puts Kane on his shoulders, and successfully places Kane into the back of the ambulance.

Winner: John Cena.

Jack Swagger takes control of the match early on, stopping Gabriel's attempted offense with a counter in the form of a powerbomb.

Gabriel started to gain momentum, which lead to a crossbody from the top rope and a pin attempt. Swagger kicks out, but Gabriel continued the assault. After Swagger is dropkicked out of the ring, Gabriel performs a corkscrew dive onto him. Swagger recovers and slams Gabriel's leg into the turnbuckle.

The competitors get back into the ring, and Swagger applies the Ankle Lock to Gabriel. Gabriel taps out.

Winner and STILL United States Champion: Jack Swagger

Big Show starts to dominate Barrett early on until Barrett attacks Show at the knee and knocks him off his feet.

Barrett takes control of the match, slamming Show's head into the side of the chamber. The competitors move back into the ring and Barrett works over Show's legs. Show kicks Barrett to the outside of the cage, and then suplexes him back into the ring as he continued to dominate Barrett.

The countdown stars for the next participant to enter the match. Big Show immediately forgets Wade Barrett and stared down Daniel Bryan, hoping he would enter next. The entrant turned out to be Cody Rhodes.

Cody, hesitant to enter the match, unsuccessfully tries to wage an assault on Big Show. Show easily throws Cody to the outside of the ring, making him crash to the steel floor of the chamber.

Show then attempts to chokeslam Barrett, but he counters and continues his earlier assault on Big Show's left leg. Big Show fights out of the hold, but is double-teamed by Barrett and Rhodes. Barrett and Rhodes started to work together until Barrett started to repeatedly slam Cody into the chamber wall.

Santino entered the match next and goes into his signature offense on Wade Barrett. Santino turns around to pump himself up, but turns back around and is greeted by Big Show. Show flings Santino around until Cody Rhodes attacks Big Show's leg.

Show regains control and attempts a double chokeslam on Barrett and Rhodes. They counter their advance and hit Big Show with a double superplex to the chamber floor. Barrett and Rhodes battle each other, and Rhodes performs a moonsault from the top rope to a standing Wade Barrett.

Cody then sets his sights on Santino, using the cage to attack his right hand. The Great Khali entered the match next. Khali dominates Barrett, Rhodes and Santino. Big Show makes it to his feet and spears Khali. He then pins him. Big Show eliminates The Great Khali

With all of the competitors down, Big Show then sets his sights on Daniel Bryan, who is still in his pod. Show breaks through the top of Bryan's pod, climbs into it, and starts to maul Bryan.

Seconds later, Bryan officially enters the match. the ref unlocks the pod and Bryan runs out. Show runs after him and throws him through the glass back into the pod. The match moves to the ring, and Show maintains his momentum. Show chokeslams Daniel Bryan, but before he can pin him he is attacked by Wade Barrett.

Cody Rhodes then hits Show with two Beautiful Disaster Kicks, and Barrett hits show with an elbow from the top rope. Cody then pins Big Show. Cody Rhodes eliminates Big Show

While Cody celebrated eliminating Big Show, Santino rolled him up with a pin attempt. Santino eliminates Cody Rhodes

Following his elimination, Cody hits Santino with the Cross Rhodes and then leaves the ring. Barrett pins Santino, but Santino kicks out. Barrett starts his assault on Santino, and ends up locking his arms to the side of the chamber.

Bryan and Barrett start to fight each other, with Bryan trying to lock in the LeBell Lock. Bryan is unsuccessful as Barrett counters and takes control of the match. Barrett then powerbombs Bryan to the side of the chamber wall.

Barrett positioned Bryan's head in-between the pod and it's door, and slams it into his head. Barrett attempts to pin Bryan but he kicks out. Barrett then sets his sights on Santino and rams him into the chamber wall multiple times.

Bryan attacks Barrett with a knee to the face from the top rope, but Barrett didn't stay down for long. Bryan goes up top once again, but Barrett follows him and attempts Wasteland from the top rope. The hold is broken by Santino, who goes for a superplex on Barrett (which he counters). Barrett attempts an elbow from the top rope, but Santino moves out of the way and Wade goes crashing to the mat.

Daniel Bryan hits Wade with a flying headbutt from the top rope. Following Bryan's move, Santino pins Barrett. Santino eliminates Wade Barrett

The crowd goes wild for Santino, but Bryan takes control of the match. Bryan goes for a dropkick to Santino in the corner, but Santino ducks out of the way and rolls up Bryan with a pin attempt. Bryan kicks out. Bryan suplexes Santino and goes up top and attempts a diving headbutt. Santino rolls out of the way.

Santino then pulls out the Cobra, and successfully hits Daniel Bryan with it. Santino pins Bryan, but he kicks out once again. Bryan applies the Lebell Lock to Santino, he tries to fight out of it, but ends up tapping out. Daniel Bryan eliminates Santino

Winner & STILL World Heavyweight Champion: Daniel Bryan!

The match begins, and Beth sits on the middle rope and tells Tamina to get out of her ring. After Tamina ignores her, Beth goes to knock on Tamina's head. Tamina starts to chop her and take control of the match.

Tamiina headbutts Beth and goes to the top rope. Before she gets to the top, Beth pushes her off the turnbuckle to the outside of the ring. Beth starts to slam Tamina's head on the floor and moves herself back into the ring as the ref starts to count Tamina out.

Tamina makes it into the ring at 8, and Beth continues the assault. Beth applies a headlock submission to Tamina, Tamina counters and hits Beth with the Samoan Drop. tamina goes to the top rope for the Superfly Splash, but Beth recovers and hits Tamina with a superplex.

The Divas make it to their feet and start to trade blows before Tamina gets the upper hand. Tamina hits Beth with a splash in the corner, followed by a super kick to the face. Tamina gets Beth into position for the Superfly Splash and successfully executes. Tamina goes for the pin, but Beth kicks out at two.

Tamina once again goes to the top rope for the Superfly Splash, but Beth rolls out of the ring. Tamina throws her back into the ring, but Beth takes control of the match and performs the Glam Slam on Tamina. Beth pins Tamina and gets 3.

Winner, and STILL Divas Champion: Beth Phoenix.

Chris Jericho makes his entrance first. The commentators mention that he earned the right to be the last entrant in the match. Officials lock Jericho into his pod as Miz makes his entrance. Miz taunts Jericho before being locked in his own pod. Dolph Ziggler and R-Truth make their entrances, followed by the two competitors who will start the contest (Kofi Kingston and WWE Champion CM Punk).

The bell rings and Punk shakes hand with Kingston. The competitors engage in a series of unsuccessful pin attempts until Punk gets Kofi into position for the GTS. Kofi counters. Kofi goes for the Boom Drop on Punk, but Punk reverses with a kick to Kofi's skull.

Kofi launches over the ring ropes, but Punk lands on his feet. Punk attempts to suplex Kofi from the ring to the floor of the chamber, Kofi reverses and performs a back drop on Punk, with Punk's hip crashing to the floor of the cage. Punk recovers and launches Kofi face-first into Chris Jericho's pod. Punk then suplexes Kofi on the steel floor. The match moves back into the ring and Punk maintains control of the contest.

Dolph Ziggler is the third entrant into the match and he attacks CM Punk outside of the ring. He executes a fireman's carry to Punk on the steel floor and proceeds to do knee lifts while holding onto the cage.

The three competitors make it to their feet and trade offense. Punk and Kingston simultaneously attempt springboard off opposite sides of the ring ropes and have a mid-air collision. Punk goes for a cover on Kingston as the clock counts down to the next entrant: R-Truth.

Truth comes out of the cage aggressive with a hip toss to Ziggler to the steel floor. Truth and Punk battle as Ziggler and Kingston are laid out on the floor. Punk superplexes Truth and goes for a cover, comes up short.

Punk takes control of the match and starts to taunt Jericho on the top turnbuckle before successfully hitting R-Truth with a flying elbow. He successfully pins him. CM Punk eliminated R-Truth

Kingston hits Punk with a Trouble in Paradise, throws Ziggler to the outside of the ring and pins Punk, who kicks out at two. Kofi then springboards himself to the cage wall, holds on, then tornado DDT's. Ziggler outside of the ring.

The Miz is the fifth entrant into the match, and he dominates all of the competitors. Miz gets Punk into position for the Skull Crushing Finale, but Punk reverses with a pin attempt. Miz kicks out of the cover and hits Punk with his signature DDT.

Miz maintains control of the match until Punk reverses his offense with a powerslam. Punk then applies the Anaconda Vice to Miz while the clock winded down for Chris Jericho to enter the match. Jericho finally entered, and Punk immediately broke the submission on Miz and started to trade blows with Jericho.

As Punk and Jericho traded strikes, Punk attempted a spinning kick on Jericho but Chris grabs his legs and tries to lock in the Walls of Jericho. Punk reverses and attempts the GTS. Jericho counters and subsequently bulldogs Punk, followed by a lionsault.

Punk kicks out of Jericho's pin attempt, and immediately after Ziggler jumps into the ring and rolls up Jericho with a cover. Jericho kicks out and hits Ziggler with a Codebreaker. Chris Jericho eliminated Dolph Ziggler

Jericho and Punk continued to battle until Jericho thumbed Punk in the eye and voluntarily went back into his pod. Punk followed behind and Jericho gets out of the pod and puts Punk in. Jericho then slammed Punk's shoulder with the door of the pod.

Kofi Kingston performs the SOS on Jericho to the outside of the ring. Kofi moves into the ring and Miz starts to attack him. Miz gets Kofi into position for a superplex but Punk recovers from Jericho's attack and powerbombs Miz.

Kofi, still on the top turnbuckle, climbs to the top of the pod and hits Miz and Punk with a crossbody. Jericho gets back into the ring and applies the Walls of Jericho to Kingston. Kofi taps out. Chris Jericho eliminated Kofi Kingston

Even after eliminating him,Jericho continued the assault. As the refs opened the chamber door for Kofi to exit, Jericho threw him to the outside of the chamber. Punk then proceeded to kick Jericho in the skull, and he falls out of the chamber. Officials at ringside check on Jericho as the commentators speculate on whether he is conscious or not. Chris Jericho deemed not able to continue with the match

The match continues in the ring with Punk and Miz. Miz attempts his backbreaker/neckbreaker combo but Punk reverses with a kick to Miz's skull.

Punk springboards off the top rope for a clothesline, but Miz catches him and hits him with a Skull Crushing Finale. Miz pins Punk, but he kicks out at two.

Miz continued the assault until Punk moved from the corner, allowing Miz to go crashing into one of the pods. Punk then successfully performs the GTS on Miz, pins him, and is successfully declared the winner of the match. CM Punk eliminates Miz

Winner and STILL WWE Champion: CM Punk.


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Hunico defeated Alex Riley in the dark match for tonight's PPV. Riley dominated the majority of the match, but was caught by Hunico's finisher, which led Hunico to get the clean pinfall win.

1. WWE Championship Elimination Chamber Match
CM Punk (c) vs Kofi Kingston vs R-Truth vs Dolph Ziggler vs The Miz vs Chris Jericho

Chris Jericho makes his entrance first. The commentators mention that he earned the right to be the last entrant in the match. Officials lock Jericho into his pod as Miz makes his entrance. Miz taunts Jericho before being locked in his own pod. Dolph Ziggler and R-Truth make their entrances, followed by the two competitors who will start the contest (Kofi Kingston and WWE Champion CM Punk).

The bell rings and Punk shakes hand with Kingston. The competitors engage in a series of unsuccessful pin attempts until Punk gets Kofi into position for the GTS. Kofi counters. Kofi goes for the Boom Drop on Punk, but Punk reverses with a kick to Kofi's skull.

Kofi launches over the ring ropes, but Punk lands on his feet. Punk attempts to suplex Kofi from the ring to the floor of the chamber, Kofi reverses and performs a back drop on Punk, with Punk's hip crashing to the floor of the cage. Punk recovers and launches Kofi face-first into Chris Jericho's pod. Punk then suplexes Kofi on the steel floor. The match moves back into the ring and Punk maintains control of the contest.

Dolph Ziggler is the third entrant into the match and he attacks CM Punk outside of the ring. He executes a fireman's carry to Punk on the steel floor and proceeds to do knee lifts while holding onto the cage.

The three competitors make it to their feet and trade offense. Punk and Kingston simultaneously attempt springboard off opposite sides of the ring ropes and have a mid-air collision. Punk goes for a cover on Kingston as the clock counts down to the next entrant: R-Truth.

Truth comes out of the cage aggressive with a hip toss to Ziggler to the steel floor. Truth and Punk battle as Ziggler and Kingston are laid out on the floor. Punk superplexes Truth and goes for a cover, comes up short.

Punk takes control of the match and starts to taunt Jericho on the top turnbuckle before successfully hitting R-Truth with a flying elbow. He successfully pins him. CM Punk eliminated R-Truth

Kingston hits Punk with a Trouble in Paradise, throws Ziggler to the outside of the ring and pins Punk, who kicks out at two. Kofi then springboards himself to the cage wall, holds on, then tornado DDT's. Ziggler outside of the ring.

The Miz is the fifth entrant into the match, and he dominates all of the competitors. Miz gets Punk into position for the Skull Crushing Finale, but Punk reverses with a pin attempt. Miz kicks out of the cover and hits Punk with his signature DDT.

Miz maintains control of the match until Punk reverses his offense with a powerslam. Punk then applies the Anaconda Vice to Miz while the clock winded down for Chris Jericho to enter the match. Jericho finally entered, and Punk immediately broke the submission on Miz and started to trade blows with Jericho.

As Punk and Jericho traded strikes, Punk attempted a spinning kick on Jericho but Chris grabs his legs and tries to lock in the Walls of Jericho. Punk reverses and attempts the GTS. Jericho counters and subsequently bulldogs Punk, followed by a lionsault.

Punk kicks out of Jericho's pin attempt, and immediately after Ziggler jumps into the ring and rolls up Jericho with a cover. Jericho kicks out and hits Ziggler with a Codebreaker. Chris Jericho eliminated Dolph Ziggler

Jericho and Punk continued to battle until Jericho thumbed Punk in the eye and voluntarily went back into his pod. Punk followed behind and Jericho gets out of the pod and puts Punk in. Jericho then slammed Punk's shoulder with the door of the pod.

Kofi Kingston performs the SOS on Jericho to the outside of the ring. Kofi moves into the ring and Miz starts to attack him. Miz gets Kofi into position for a superplex but Punk recovers from Jericho's attack and powerbombs Miz.

Kofi, still on the top turnbuckle, climbs to the top of the pod and hits Miz and Punk with a crossbody. Jericho gets back into the ring and applies the Walls of Jericho to Kingston. Kofi taps out. Chris Jericho eliminated Kofi Kingston

Even after eliminating him,Jericho continued the assault. As the refs opened the chamber door for Kofi to exit, Jericho threw him to the outside of the chamber. Punk then proceeded to kick Jericho in the skull, and he falls out of the chamber. Officials at ringside check on Jericho as the commentators speculate on whether he is conscious or not. Chris Jericho deemed not able to continue with the match

The match continues in the ring with Punk and Miz. Miz attempts his backbreaker/neckbreaker combo but Punk reverses with a kick to Miz's skull.

Punk springboards off the top rope for a clothesline, but Miz catches him and hits him with a Skull Crushing Finale. Miz pins Punk, but he kicks out at two.

Miz continued the assault until Punk moved from the corner, allowing Miz to go crashing into one of the pods. Punk then successfully performs the GTS on Miz, pins him, and is successfully declared the winner of the match. CM Punk eliminates Miz

Winner and STILL WWE Champion: CM Punk.

2. Divas Championship Match
Beth Phoenix (c) vs Tamina Snuka

The match begins, and Beth sits on the middle rope and tells Tamina to get out of her ring. After Tamina ignores her, Beth goes to knock on Tamina's head. Tamina starts to chop her and take control of the match.

Tamiina headbutts Beth and goes to the top rope. Before she gets to the top, Beth pushes her off the turnbuckle to the outside of the ring. Beth starts to slam Tamina's head on the floor and moves herself back into the ring as the ref starts to count Tamina out.

Tamina makes it into the ring at 8, and Beth continues the assault. Beth applies a headlock submission to Tamina, Tamina counters and hits Beth with the Samoan Drop. tamina goes to the top rope for the Superfly Splash, but Beth recovers and hits Tamina with a superplex.

The Divas make it to their feet and start to trade blows before Tamina gets the upper hand. Tamina hits Beth with a splash in the corner, followed by a super kick to the face. Tamina gets Beth into position for the Superfly Splash and successfully executes. Tamina goes for the pin, but Beth kicks out at two.

Tamina once again goes to the top rope for the Superfly Splash, but Beth rolls out of the ring. Tamina throws her back into the ring, but Beth takes control of the match and performs the Glam Slam on Tamina. Beth pins Tamina and gets 3.

Winner, and STILL Divas Champion: Beth Phoenix.

3. World Heavyweight Championship Elimination Chamber Match
Daniel Bryan (c) vs Big Show vs Wade Barrett vs Cody Rhodes vs The Great Khali vs Santino Marella

Big Show starts to dominate Barrett early on until Barrett attacks Show at the knee and knocks him off his feet.

Barrett takes control of the match, slamming Show's head into the side of the chamber. The competitors move back into the ring and Barrett works over Show's legs. Show kicks Barrett to the outside of the cage, and then suplexes him back into the ring as he continued to dominate Barrett.

The countdown stars for the next participant to enter the match. Big Show immediately forgets Wade Barrett and stared down Daniel Bryan, hoping he would enter next. The entrant turned out to be Cody Rhodes.

Cody, hesitant to enter the match, unsuccessfully tries to wage an assault on Big Show. Show easily throws Cody to the outside of the ring, making him crash to the steel floor of the chamber.

Show then attempts to chokeslam Barrett, but he counters and continues his earlier assault on Big Show's left leg. Big Show fights out of the hold, but is double-teamed by Barrett and Rhodes. Barrett and Rhodes started to work together until Barrett started to repeatedly slam Cody into the chamber wall.

Santino entered the match next and goes into his signature offense on Wade Barrett. Santino turns around to pump himself up, but turns back around and is greeted by Big Show. Show flings Santino around until Cody Rhodes attacks Big Show's leg.

Show regains control and attempts a double chokeslam on Barrett and Rhodes. They counter their advance and hit Big Show with a double superplex to the chamber floor. Barrett and Rhodes battle each other, and Rhodes performs a moonsault from the top rope to a standing Wade Barrett.

Cody then sets his sights on Santino, using the cage to attack his right hand. The Great Khali entered the match next. Khali dominates Barrett, Rhodes and Santino. Big Show makes it to his feet and spears Khali. He then pins him. Big Show eliminates The Great Khali

With all of the competitors down, Big Show then sets his sights on Daniel Bryan, who is still in his pod. Show breaks through the top of Bryan's pod, climbs into it, and starts to maul Bryan.

Seconds later, Bryan officially enters the match. the ref unlocks the pod and Bryan runs out. Show runs after him and throws him through the glass back into the pod. The match moves to the ring, and Show maintains his momentum. Show chokeslams Daniel Bryan, but before he can pin him he is attacked by Wade Barrett.

Cody Rhodes then hits Show with two Beautiful Disaster Kicks, and Barrett hits show with an elbow from the top rope. Cody then pins Big Show. Cody Rhodes eliminates Big Show

While Cody celebrated eliminating Big Show, Santino rolled him up with a pin attempt. Santino eliminates Cody Rhodes

Following his elimination, Cody hits Santino with the Cross Rhodes and then leaves the ring. Barrett pins Santino, but Santino kicks out. Barrett starts his assault on Santino, and ends up locking his arms to the side of the chamber.

Bryan and Barrett start to fight each other, with Bryan trying to lock in the LeBell Lock. Bryan is unsuccessful as Barrett counters and takes control of the match. Barrett then powerbombs Bryan to the side of the chamber wall.

Barrett positioned Bryan's head in-between the pod and it's door, and slams it into his head. Barrett attempts to pin Bryan but he kicks out. Barrett then sets his sights on Santino and rams him into the chamber wall multiple times.

Bryan attacks Barrett with a knee to the face from the top rope, but Barrett didn't stay down for long. Bryan goes up top once again, but Barrett follows him and attempts Wasteland from the top rope. The hold is broken by Santino, who goes for a superplex on Barrett (which he counters). Barrett attempts an elbow from the top rope, but Santino moves out of the way and Wade goes crashing to the mat.

Daniel Bryan hits Wade with a flying headbutt from the top rope. Following Bryan's move, Santino pins Barrett. Santino eliminates Wade Barrett

The crowd goes wild for Santino, but Bryan takes control of the match. Bryan goes for a dropkick to Santino in the corner, but Santino ducks out of the way and rolls up Bryan with a pin attempt. Bryan kicks out. Bryan suplexes Santino and goes up top and attempts a diving headbutt. Santino rolls out of the way.

Santino then pulls out the Cobra, and successfully hits Daniel Bryan with it. Santino pins Bryan, but he kicks out once again. Bryan applies the Lebell Lock to Santino, he tries to fight out of it, but ends up tapping out. Daniel Bryan eliminates Santino

Your winner, and STILL World Heavyweight Champion: Daniel Bryan!

Post-match Daniel Bryan's celebration of his win was interrupted by Royal Rumble winner Sheamus. Daniel Bryan attempted to attack Sheamus, but Sheamus hits Bryan with his new finisher (formerly Finlay's Celtic Cross).

Hornswoggle is shown with a "cheese head" on and offers Natalya to "cut the cheese". She runs off as sounds of passing gas are heard. Justin Gabriel, Vickie Guerrero and Jack Swagger appear. Hornswoggle starts to talk about cheese, while Swagger and Guerrero get offended. Gabriel steps in on Hornswoggle's behalf and confronts Jack Swagger. Teddy Long appears and books at match between Swagger and Gabriel, which is happening next with the United States Championship on the line.

4. United States Championship Match
Jack Swagger (c) vs Justin Gabriel

Jack Swagger takes control of the match early on, stopping Gabriel's attempted offense with a counter in the form of a powerbomb.

Gabriel started to gain momentum, which lead to a crossbody from the top rope and a pin attempt. Swagger kicks out, but Gabriel continued the assault. After Swagger is dropkicked out of the ring, Gabriel performs a corkscrew dive onto him. Swagger recovers and slams Gabriel's leg into the turnbuckle.

The competitors get back into the ring, and Swagger applies the Ankle Lock to Gabriel. Gabriel taps out.

Winner and STILL United States Champion: Jack Swagger

5. Ambulance Match
John Cena vs Kane

Cena and Kane trade blows before Kane throws Cena outside of the ring. He follows behind and the two brawl up the ramp. Cena throws Kane into the metal audience guard rail.

Kane fights off further advances from Cena and goes to open the door of the ambulance. A stretcher rolls out of the back of the ambulance and Kane attempts to throw Cena in. Cena blocks the move and attacks Kane with the medical equipment.

The match moves back towards the ring and Cena throws Kane shoulder first into the ring steps. Kane recovers and starts to pummel Cena as the two get back into the ring.

Cena tries to mount a comeback, but Kane drops him with a sidewalk slam. Kane goes to the top rope for a flying clothesline, but Cena dropkicks him in mid-air and goes into his signature offense.

Cena successfully hits Kane with the 5-Knuckle Shuffle and puts Kane into position for the Attitude Adjustment, but Kane counters and starts to suffocate Cena with his hand. Cena passes out, and Kane drags him out of the ring. Kane pulls a wheelchair from under the ring and starts to roll Cena up the ramp.

Cena fights his way out of the wheelchair as Kane attempts to suffocate Cena once again. Cena takes control of the match, smashing Kane into the side of the ambulance with the folded up wheelchair. Cena then placed Kane into the wheelchair and rolled him into an equipment table.

Kane gets up and starts to attack Kane with equipment until Cena hits Kane in his midsection with a steel chair. Kane and Cena continued to trade offense as they moved through the crowd.

Cena throws Kane over the security barricade, grabs a mic and asks Booker T if he's in the Fave Five. Booker confirms, and Cena grabs a monitor and slams it into Kane's face. He does the same with a set of steel steps.

Cena then sets up the steel steps in front of the Spanish announce table with Kane on his shoulders for the Attitude Adjustment. Kane counters and chokeslams Cena through the table.

Kane gets the stretcher and brings it to ringside. He places Cena on top of it, and rolls it to the ambulance. Kane puts Cena into the ambulance, closes one door, but Cena gets out before he can close the other. Cena attacks Kane and then climbs to the top of the ambulance. Cena calls for Kane to follow him, and he does.

Kane attempts the chokeslam, but Cena counters and hits Kane with the Attitude Adjustment from on top of the ambulance.

Cena gets down, puts Kane on his shoulders, and successfully places Kane into the back of the ambulance.

Winner: John Cena

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Hey.... Hello Friends.. How Are You ?? Just 13 Hours left to WWE Elimination Chamber 2012 as of 5.30pm IST. Im Very Excited to watch it, John Vs Kane - Ambulance Match. Will be a Great Match. As we noted earlier The official Twitter feed for Raw Interim General Manager and WWE Executive Vice President of Talent Relations John Laurinaitis says he will making a huge announcement tomorrow night at Elimination Chamber. The statement reads, "FYI: I plan to make a HUGE announcement at Elimination #Chamber tomorrow. It might stop the show, and will certainly be a Game changer."
Im Waiting For The Huge Announcement. Whatever Lets Have A Look At Official Match Cards For 3rd Anniversary Of  Elimination Chamber.
1. Divas Championship Match – Beth Phoenix (C) vs Tamina Snuka

2.  Smackdown Elimination Chamber Match for WWE World Heavyweight Championship – Daniel Bryan (C) vs Wade Barrett vs Big Show vs Great Khali vs Santino Marella vs Cody Rhodes

3. RAW Elimination Chamber Match for the WWE Championship – CM Punk (C) vs Dolph Ziggler vs R-Truth vs Miz vs Chris Jericho vs Kofi Kingston

4. Ambulance Match – Kane vs John Cena  

PREDICTIONS:
1. Divas Championship Match – Beth Phoenix (C) vs Tamina Snuka
I Pick Tamina. 

2.  Smackdown Elimination Chamber Match for WWE World Heavyweight Championship – Daniel Bryan (C) vs Wade Barrett vs Big Show vs Great Khali vs Santino Marella vs Cody Rhodes
 I Pick 3 Winners. A- Wade Barrett B- Daniel Bryan C- Bigshow 

3. RAW Elimination Chamber Match for the WWE Championship – CM Punk (C) vs Dolph Ziggler vs R-Truth vs Miz vs Jericho vs Kofi Kingston
I Pick 3 Winners: A- Chris Jerichio, B- CM Punk, C- Christian Or Other (If Some One Make His Return) 

4. Ambulance Match – Kane vs John Cena  
I Pick Kane. Rock May Be Interfered.

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At WWE Elimination Chamber, World Heavyweight Champion Daniel Bryan will defend his title against five other Superstars in the SmackDown Elimination Chamber Match. With a chance to headline WrestleMania at stake, Bryan will be challenged inside the massive structure by Wade Barrett, Intercontinental Champion Cody Rhodes, Big Show, The Great Khali and Santino Marella.

The World Heavyweight Champion will truly have the odds stacked against him once again when he steps into the Elimination Chamber on Feb. 19. Each Superstar participating will draw a number from one to six. The competitors who pick one and two will start off the match, while the other combatants will be locked in individual pods, waiting to enter the melee at regularly scheduled intervals. Superstars will be eliminated if they are pinned or submit. The last competitor standing will walk into WrestleMania the World Heavyweight Champion.

Bryan has never been inside the Elimination Chamber. However, the champion has managed to escape every predicament he’s found himself in in recent months. At the Royal Rumble, Bryan was trapped inside a steel cage with Big Show and Mark Henry. The World Heavyweight Champion wriggled free from the grip of The World’s Largest Athlete and escaped, still in possession of the title. Unfortunately for him, there is no escaping the Elimination Chamber. Can the crafty champion still find a way to retain his title?

Wade Barrett is tailor made for this type of showdown. The Superstar behind the Barrett Barrage holds the ideal combination of ruthless nature, English tenacity and unbridled ambition. Having never won a World Title, the Elimination Chamber could be the perfect opportunity for him to finally rise above.

SmackDown’s Elimination Chamber Match features not one, but two giants. The presence of Big Show and The Great Khali will make winning a tall task for anyone in their path. The World’s Largest Athlete will be looking to get his hands on Bryan, who ended his most recent World Title reign in a mere 90 seconds and has not let him forget it since. Khali, a replacement for the suspended Mark Henry, has his eyes set on becoming a two-time World Heavyweight Champion and will try to demolish anyone brave enough to attempt stopping him.

Cody Rhodes may have the most to gain in this match. The Intercontinental Champion has made it known that he intends on simultaneously adding the World Heavyweight Championship to his trophy case. This may be his best chance to accomplish that goal, though he is also competing in his first Elimination Chamber Match.

Although Randy Orton was originally slated to compete in the Chamber, a concussion on the Feb. 13 Raw SuperShow would prevent him from doing so. This paved the way for Santino Marella to leave the WWE Universe in a state of shock. The Italian Stallion overcame competitors from Raw, SmackDown and WWE NXT in a grueling Elimination Chamber Wild Card Battle Royal set up by SmackDown General Manager Theodore Long to earn the right to replace The Viper. Is the enthusiastic former Intercontinental Champion up to the challenge that awaits him on the most chaotic stop on The Road to WrestleMania?

A new threat to dominant Divas Champion Beth Phoenix has emerged, in the form of the ultra-intense challenger Tamina Snuka. Can "The Warrior Princess" dethrone The Glamazon when the two clash for the title at WWE Elimination Chamber?

Having plowed through the Divas division since winning the "Butterfly Championship" at WWE Hell in a Cell last October, Phoenix recently declared to WWE.com that she was bored with her lack of competition. In no uncertain terms, she stated that there are no legitimate contenders to her title and plans on being Divas Champion forever.

However, Tamina has apparently taken issue with The Glamazon’s bold pronouncements. The daughter of WWE Hall of Famer "Superfly" Jimmy Snuka has proven herself a tough and animalistic opponent, one that Beth has yet to best one-on-one in the squared circle – though the two dangerous Divas have certainly seen what the other can do in through tag team showdowns.

The fuse to their explosive pay-per-view showdown was lit on the Feb. 10 edition of SmackDown. After defeating an agile Alicia Fox, Phoenix prepared to inflict further harm on her conquered adversary. However, The Fabulous Firebird's assault was interrupted when Tamina’s music hit the speakers and the tenacious second-generation Diva stormed the ring.

Rather than attacking each other, their eyes locked in an intense stare down – each wearing a hint of a smile that seemed to indicate that they both welcomed the other's challenge. Whether it was a sign of mutual respect, enmity or amusement, that shared look foreshadowed a looming bout between the pair.

Beth Phoenix might have spoken too soon when she declared that there were no worthy rivals left for her in the Divas division. Tamina will bring not only her impressive size, strength and speed to the ring, but also a proven and impactful weapon – her father’s earth-shattering splash off the top rope.

When the powerhouse Divas Champion faces her most feral foe will she be able to continue her dominant run on top? Find out when WWE Elimination Chamber airs live on pay-per-view Sunday, Feb. 19, starting at 8 ET / 5 PT.

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One thing is certain at WWE Elimination Chamber on Feb. 19 – someone will be leaving in an ambulance by the end of the night. On the Feb. 6 Raw SuperShow, Interim Raw GM John Laurinaitis announced a rematch between John Cena and Kane. In a move he said the WWE Board of Directors liked, the Interim Raw GM said the rivals will clash in an Ambulance Match.
The rules of an Ambulance Match may be simple, but getting to the final bell will be anything but as there are no pinfalls, submissions, count-outs or disqualifications. To win, a competitor needs to incapacitate his opponent, throw him into the back of a waiting ambulance and shut the door, sending him directly to the nearest medical facility.

Brutal and barbaric, an Ambulance Match at Elimination Chamber may be the only appropriate setting as one of the most intense rivalries the WWE Universe has ever seen reaches its apex.

While some conflicts explode after just one inciting incident, others build slowly and steadily over time. When it comes to Cena and The Big Red Monster Kane, their rivalry has intensified each week for the past few months, with each act of aggression topping its predecessor. In his continued efforts to get Cena to finally embrace the hate, Kane has used those closest to Cena to get his message across.

Kane’s relentless assault on Cena’s friend, Zack Ryder, began on the Jan. 3 episode of Raw SuperShow, when The Devil’s Favorite Demon tried to drag Ryder into the abyss underneath the ring. Luckily, Cena was there to save the day, but that did nothing to quell the monster’s fury.

The next week, Kane chokeslammed Ryder off the loading docks outside the arena, seriously injuring him. Then, on the Jan. 23 Raw SuperShow, Kane intensified his attacks, chokeslamming Ryder through the stage and sending the Superstar to a nearby medical facility. A visibly furious Cena uncharacteristically snapped, refusing Josh Matthews’ interview request by knocking the microphone out of the announcer’s hand.

The following Sunday at the 25th anniversary of the Royal Rumble, Cena and Kane battled to a double count-out. But it was naïve to think that a ring bell would be enough to stop these two from tearing each other apart. The war raged on outside the ring and all over the arena, with Kane getting the upper hand on Cena, courtesy of a steel chair.

Kane’s constant torment has taken Cena to unchartered territory, revealing a vicious and previously unseen side of the Leader of Cenation, as witnessed on the Jan. 30 episode of Raw. After Eve’s loss to Divas Champion Beth Phoenix, Kane appeared at ringside, terrifying the helpless Diva. An incensed Cena again came to the rescue, continually battering Kane with the steel ring stairs and sending The Devil’s Favorite Demon scurrying through the WWE Universe.

Now, the two powerhouse Superstars prepare to meet at Elimination Chamber, in what will be their most vicious bout yet. A rare stipulation throughout history, the WWE Universe hasn’t witnessed an Ambulance Match since Survivor Series 2003 which, perhaps unsurprisingly, featured Kane. Despite a heroic effort on the part of Shane McMahon during that match, The Big Red Monster’s brutal assault proved too great and it was Kane who slammed shut the ambulance doors on his opponent.

Does the same fate await John Cena on Feb. 19 at Elimination Chamber? Find out live on pay-per-view starting at 8 ET / 5 PT.

SRC- WWE.Com

At WWE Elimination Chamber, World Heavyweight Champion Daniel Bryan will defend his title against five other Superstars in the SmackDown Elimination Chamber Match. With a chance to headline WrestleMania at stake, Bryan will be challenged inside the massive structure by Randy Orton, Wade Barrett, Intercontinental Champion Cody Rhodes, Big Show and The Great Khali.

The World Heavyweight Champion will truly have the odds stacked against him once again when he steps into the Elimination Chamber on Feb. 19. Each Superstar participating will draw a number from one to six. The competitors who pick one and two will start off the match, while the other combatants will be locked in individual pods, waiting to enter the melee at regularly scheduled intervals. Superstars will be eliminated if they are pinned or submit. The last competitor standing will walk into WrestleMania the World Heavyweight Champion.

Bryan has never been inside the Elimination Chamber. However, the champion has managed to escape every predicament he’s found himself in in recent months. At the Royal Rumble, Bryan was trapped inside a steel cage with Big Show and Mark Henry. The World Heavyweight Champion wriggled free from the grip of The World’s Largest Athlete and escaped, still in possession of the title. Unfortunately for him, there is no escaping the Elimination Chamber. Can the crafty champion still find a way to retain his title?

Randy Orton is the most experienced Superstar in this match, having already been a part of four Elimination Chamber Matches. The Viper has yet to win one, but is extra hungry for gold after returning from injury and settling his score with Wade Barrett, who will also be locked in the Chamber.

The Barrett Barrage is tailor made for this type of showdown. Barrett holds the ideal combination of ruthless nature, English tenacity and unbridled ambition. Having never won a World Title, the Elimination Chamber could be the perfect opportunity for him to finally rise above.

SmackDown’s Elimination Chamber Match features not one, but two giants. The presence of Big Show and The Great Khali will make winning a tall task for anyone in their path. The World’s Largest Athlete will be looking to get his hands on Bryan, who ended his most recent World Title reign in a mere 90 seconds and has not let him forget it since. Khali, a replacement for the suspended Mark Henry, has his eyes set on becoming a two-time World Heavyweight Champion and will try to demolish anyone brave enough to attempt stopping him.

Cody Rhodes may have the most to gain in this match. The Intercontinental Champion has made it known that he intends on simultaneously adding the World Heavyweight Championship to his trophy case. This may be his best chance to accomplish that goal, though he is also competing in his first Elimination Chamber Match.

With the World Heavyweight Championship hanging in the balance, these WWE Superstars are sure to put it all on the line in this career-altering bout. The Road to WrestleMania runs through Elimination Chamber, live on pay-per-view, Feb. 19 at 8/7 CT.

SRC- WWE.com

Executive Vice President of Talent Relations and Interim Raw General Manager John Laurinaitis revealed exclusively to WWE.com the Superstars who will compete for the WWE Title in the Raw Elimination Chamber Match: WWE Champion CM Punk, Dolph Ziggler, Chris Jericho, R-Truth, The Miz and Kofi Kingston.

With all eyes on Punk’s title, the six competitors will brave the redoubtable dome live on pay-per-view Feb. 19.

For the uninitiated, the Elimination Chamber Match is a bout in which two participants begin in the ring and the remaining four are held within pods in each corner. These Superstars are released into the match at five-minute intervals, with the objective being to eliminate each opponent via pinfall or submission. The last Superstar standing is declared the winner.

Measuring 16 feet in height and 36 feet in diameter, the Elimination Chamber has been unleashed on the WWE Universe 13 times since its debut in 2002 at Survivor Series. Heading into this year’s event, the Raw match participants bring with them wildly varying levels of experience inside the structure.

On one end of the spectrum is Jericho, a veteran of six Elimination Chamber matches. Tied with Triple H for most appearances, Jericho took part in the first three installments of the Elimination Chamber, and he scored big in his last appearance, capturing the World Heavyweight Championship in 2010.

Could that edge mean all the difference this time around? WWE Champion Punk is no stranger to the dangers that lurk within the structure’s wicked walls, having entered the Chamber on three separate occasions. Despite repeat visits, however, The Straight Edge Superstar has yet to attain victory.

Kingston and R-Truth boast one and two winless Chamber appearances, respectively. Ziggler and The Miz, meanwhile, are completely unacquainted with The Elimination Chamber. For them, Feb. 19 will mark maiden trips into the devastating dome.

With the WWE Championship at stake and personal vendettas very much in the mix, the Raw Elimination Chamber Match is sure to pack plenty of punch when it emanates from the Bradley Center in Milwaukee, Wis. Catch all the action live on Feb. 19 on pay-per-view starting at 8/7 CT.

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Climb into the ring for a battle that you can’t win.
Swing as hard as you can swing, it will still mean
nothing.
Should’ve seen it comin’ it had to happen sometime.
But you went and brought a knife to an all out gun
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To be wrapped around your grave

You’ve gone too far
Who do you think you are
Is this what you came for
Well this means war

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Is the banner that you wave
To be wrapped around your grave

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Who do you think you are
Is this what you came for
Well this means war

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Is the banner that you wave
To be wrapped around your grave

You’ve gone too far
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Is this what you came for
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Elimination Chamber, 2012's 2nd WWE Pay-Per-View Event. 3 Big Matches Announced For It. In 3rd Annual of WWE Elimination Chamber John Cena will face Masked Monstor Kane Again. And In RAW Elimination Chamber Match, Champion CM Punk would defend the WWE Title against Chris Jericho, The Miz, R-Truth, Dolph Ziggler, Kofi Kingston.
In Other Way World Champion Daniel Bryan would defend the World Title against The Great Khali, Randy Orton, Wade Barrett, Cody Rhodes and Big Show.

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