WWE Championship [Elimination Chamber Match]: Sheamus (c) vs. John Cena vs. Ted DiBiase vs. Randy Orton vs. Kofi Kingston vs. Triple H
Well, right off the bat, there is absolutely no way four of these people win the title. Kofi Kingston has no program right now, Ted will be working with Orton and isn't ready for the title (though neither was Sheamus), and Cena will face Batista at WrestleMania in a feud, not a title match. Therefore it comes down to two people with two outcomes. The first option, and the most likely, unfortunately, is that Sheamus retains by last eliminating Triple H and then Triple H gets a one-on-one shot against Sheamus, wherein he beats him at WrestleMania. The second, less likely, but MUCH more favorable option, is that Triple H wins and faces Shawn Michaels at WrestleMania. Either way, it looks like we can't get away from the idea of Triple H not only being champion once again, but also being in one of the main events of WrestleMania. The only question is, do they want an interesting match that will be good, or are they going to allow Triple H's influence to be the sole reason for having a shitty match between himself and their "golden yet absolutely no fans agree" boy Sheamus? I really, really hope we don't have to see Sheamus vs. Triple H...which means that yes, we will get that.
PREDICTION: Sheamus retains and I stop paying attention to 75% of Raw because I'm tired of hearing about how Triple H is the God.
World Heavyweight Championship [Elimination Chamber Match]: Undertaker (c) vs. Chris Jericho vs. Rey Mysterio vs. John Morrison vs. R-Truth vs. CM Punk
There is absolutely no way Chris Jericho does not win the championship here. No way. It's guaranteed, 100%, without a shadow of a doubt. What I'd like to see here is for John Morrison to really shine. Would it be obvious that Jericho will win if he and Morrison are the last two? Yes. But it will also boost Morrison up a lot. And how many people are really going to think Edge will face the Undertaker anyway? I'd like to see Jericho eliminate Taker and then the audience panic. That feeling of "Jericho can't win, he's the bad guy! Come on Morrison!" is awesome, is it not?
PREDICTION: Chris Jericho last eliminates the Undertaker to become the champion.
Divas Championship: Maryse vs. Gail Kim
Gail Kim fans, be ready for disappointment. This whole thing is revolving around Maryse, and Mickie is the champ on Smackdown so they usually like to do the opposite. Plus, they clearly don't have too much faith in Gail Kim due to how the crowd doesn't react to her at all.
PREDICTION: Maryse wins. Duh.
Intercontinental Championship: Drew McIntyre (c) vs. Kane
If you're not a fan of McIntyre's new entrance music, such as myself, then sadly you too will have to listen to this twice. McIntyre is DEFINITELY not going to lose his title to Kane. If I can bet my house on any match on this card, it will be this. To see Kane win the title from Drew would shock me so much I might have a heart attack. They simply love this guy...for some reason...and there's absolutely no reason for Kane to win when you look at all the facts.
PREDICTION: Drew McIntyre retains.
Is that it? I doubt so, unless they're planning on seriously only having four matches within the time span of a 3 hour show and filling up all the rest of the space with absolute nonsense like more Raw Rewinds of stuff we've already seen a thousand times...which is completely possible, knowing the WWE. However, when HBK, Edge, Batista, Miz, Big Show, Christian, and some others are currently not booked to be a part of the card, it seems very likely that they'll add at least one more match. My guess is, with Teddy Long saying he'll take care of HBK, he's going to book an impromptu HBK vs Batista match, seeing as how Batista hasn't been doing what Teddy says. If HBK vs Batista does happen, then it'll probably be rendered a no-contest as they wouldn't want either of them to lose their momentum. If they don't do HBK/Batista, then it'll probably be a tag team championship defense from ShoMiz against Mark Henry and MVP, though they might as well just have that on Raw instead.
As for what is already confirmed, the Elimination Chamber isn't exactly shaping up to be monumental. However, when it comes to this pay-per-view, you sometimes have to expect the unexpected as they've enjoyed switching things up in a major way because of these two gimmick matches. Still, I have to say that this is probably going to be one of the most predictable ppvs of the year, with Jericho winning, Sheamus retaining (ugh, I really hope not), McIntyre retaining, Maryse winning the title, and nothing else majorly different happening.