A Comprehensive Preview of WWE Elimination Chamber 2024: Complete Card, Match Predictions, and Additional Details

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WWE Elimination Chamber 2024 is coming up this Saturday morning! Before the event takes place, let’s run down everything you need to know about the upcoming pay-per-view.

Who is scheduled for the card? How interesting does the show seem? What’s going to happen with all the matches?

Here is a full preview of WWE Elimination Chamber 2024.


Date: Saturday, February 24, 2024

Start Time: 4 a.m. ET (kickoff), 5 p.m. ET (main show)

Location: Optus Stadium in Burswood, Perth, Western Australia


(as currently advertised; card is always subject to change)

Temperature Scale = Scorching > Hot > Lukewarm > Temperate > Chilly > Cold > Freezing

Heat Index is my assessment of how interesting the segment is, including how excited I am for the match and how intriguing the feud has been. The hotter, the better. Scorching translates to not being able to wait to see it, while Freezing means I couldn’t possibly care less and think it will be awful.

with Cody Rhodes and Seth Rollins

Heat Index = Temperate
Prediction: Grayson Waller gets beaten up by the end of this segment.

Thoughts: I don’t know what WWE is doing with The Rock for WrestleMania. This segment probably isn’t going to answer that question, though. I’m anticipating it to be largely a waste of time in the grand scheme. Basically, I think we’ll get an extended recap of the things Cody and Seth have already said, just reworded a bit, and no new revelations. For instance, I don’t think we’re going to see Priest cash in on Rollins here, or for Cody and Seth to have any kind of problems. It could be as straight-up and simple as Waller poking the bear a bit, trying to allude to their problems in the past, and eventually, Austin Theory and Waller start to get physical, only for Seth and Cody to team up and take them out to prove they’re on the same side. I can’t stress enough how much I do not, under any circumstances, want Seth to screw Cody at WrestleMania. That’s not interesting enough to bypass Cody winning the title, which is the story I want to see unfold. No exceptions. So if this ends up being a set up for that, I’m going to be steaming.

Rhea Ripley (c) vs. Nia Jax

Heat Index = Lukewarm
Prediction: Rhea Ripley wins.

Thoughts: I’ll admit, I’ve liked Nia Jax more this run than I anticipated. While this isn’t exactly the S-tier choice that I would have gone with for how to book Rhea Ripley for this pay-per-view, I think it’s going to suffice. She’ll have her big moment when she hits the Riptide for the win. There’s no chance she drops the title. Absolutely zero chance.

Becky Lynch vs. Bianca Belair vs. Liv Morgan vs. Naomi vs. Raquel Rodriguez vs. Tiffany Stratton

Heat Index = Hot
Prediction: Becky Lynch wins.

Thoughts: As I expect Rhea Ripley to retain her title, I fully expect the simplest answer here to be the outcome. Rhea and Becky has been hinted at for a year. Something has to happen with Bianca Belair come WrestleMania, but I’m thinking it’s more likely she just fights Jade Cargill in a feud match or they team up to fight for the women’s tag titles. Liv Morgan and Raquel Rodriguez could be in that position, too. Naomi as well. Ultimately, I think Lynch has no avenues outside of fighting Ripley, while the others do. This should be fun. I like all these women and they should do a great job.

The Judgment Day (Finn Bálor and Damian Priest) (c) vs. Pete Dunne and Tyler Bate

Heat Index = Temperate
Prediction: The Judgment Day wins.

Thoughts: I like Bate and Dunne, but does anyone realistically think they have a shot at winning? I’m pretty surprised they’re getting this match. Frankly, I’m still surprised these ugly title belts are still around and WWE hasn’t revamped them and/or split them from the unified idea yet. But since that hasn’t happened, and we’re only going to get one match at WrestleMania (I’d assume) dedicated to the tag titles, I just can’t see New Catch Republic walking in as champions over The Judgment Day.

Bobby Lashley vs. Drew McIntyre vs. Kevin Owens vs. LA Knight vs. vs. Logan Paul vs. Randy Orton

Heat Index = Scorching
Prediction: Drew McIntyre wins.

Thoughts: There are so many ways this could go down. WWE keeps teasing something with Sami Zayn heading to WrestleMania, mostly revolving around Drew McIntyre, who is my favorite to win this match if nothing else happens to the lineup. How would Sami then get in the title match with Drew if Seth is champion and Drew wins this? Even if you throw in Damian Priest and the Money in the Bank option, that still doesn’t answer that question. So do we get Drew and Sami in a separate match at Mania and someone else is going to fight Rollins? What about that potential tag match with Rock and Roman against Seth and Cody, then? I’m still not 100% convinced that someone won’t get taken out of this match and replaced by either CM Punk or The Rock to win instead. Just saying. Crazy situation. That makes it so much more interesting, on top of it already including a fantastic group of talent.

How excited am I for the event as a whole?

Heat Index = Hot

Thoughts: It seems like a rather bare bones card in some ways, to be honest. Also, I can’t say Nia Jax and New Catch Republic would be my go-to options to put on this card while some other names are sitting out. But while I could nitpick things here and there (like how we’re getting another promo segment on a premium live event) I do think this has potential to be fun, even if it’s at 5am.

What do you think is going to happen at WWE Elimination Chamber? Which matches are you most excited to see? Keep the discussion going in the comments below!

WWE Elimination Chamber 2024 is just around the corner, and fans are eagerly anticipating the upcoming pay-per-view event. With an exciting lineup of matches and a unique setting, this event promises to be a must-watch for wrestling enthusiasts. Let’s take a closer look at what to expect from WWE Elimination Chamber 2024.

The event is scheduled to take place on Saturday, February 24, 2024, at the Optus Stadium in Burswood, Perth, Western Australia. The kickoff is set for 4 a.m. ET, followed by the main show at 5 p.m. ET. The location itself adds an element of excitement, as WWE rarely holds events in Australia, making this a special occasion for fans in the region.

Now let’s dive into the match card and predictions for each match. Please note that the card is subject to change.

The first match on the card is a segment featuring Grayson Waller, Cody Rhodes, and Seth Rollins. The heat index for this segment is temperate, indicating moderate interest. It is predicted that Grayson Waller will receive a beating by the end of the segment. While this segment may not provide any groundbreaking revelations, it sets the stage for future storylines and interactions between the wrestlers.

Next up is a singles match for the Women’s World Championship between Rhea Ripley and Nia Jax. The heat index for this match is lukewarm, suggesting moderate interest. The prediction is that Rhea Ripley will retain her title. While Nia Jax has shown improvement in her recent performances, it is highly unlikely that she will dethrone Ripley.

One of the most anticipated matches of the night is the Elimination Chamber match for a Women’s World Championship match at WrestleMania XL. Participants include Becky Lynch, Bianca Belair, Liv Morgan, Naomi, Raquel Rodriguez, and Tiffany Stratton. The heat index for this match is hot, indicating high interest. The prediction is that Becky Lynch will emerge victorious. This match presents several possibilities for future storylines and potential matchups at WrestleMania XL.

The Undisputed WWE Tag Team Championship will be on the line as The Judgment Day (Finn Bálor and Damian Priest) defend their titles against Pete Dunne and Tyler Bate. The heat index for this match is temperate, suggesting moderate interest. It is predicted that The Judgment Day will retain their titles. While Bate and Dunne are formidable opponents, the likelihood of them winning seems slim.

The main event of the evening is the Elimination Chamber match for a World Heavyweight Championship match at WrestleMania XL. Participants include Bobby Lashley, Drew McIntyre, Kevin Owens, LA Knight, Logan Paul, and Randy Orton. The heat index for this match is scorching, indicating high excitement. The prediction is that Drew McIntyre will emerge as the winner. This match presents numerous possibilities and potential surprises, making it a must-watch for fans.

Overall, WWE Elimination Chamber 2024 promises to be an exciting event with a mix of high-stakes matches and intriguing storylines. While some matches may not generate as much interest as others, the event as a whole has a hot heat index, indicating high anticipation. Fans can look forward to an action-packed night of wrestling entertainment.

What are your predictions for WWE Elimination Chamber 2024? Which matches are you most excited to see? Share your thoughts in the comments below and keep the discussion going!