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WWE Elimination Chamber 2013 Results & Review Coverage Live

Posted by Anthony Mango Saturday, February 16, 2013
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WWE Elimination Chamber 2013 Results
Watch WWE Elimination Chamber 2013 ppv live online coverage of results and review here. The Rock faces CM Punk for the WWE Championship. Alberto Del Rio defends the World Heavyweight Championship against Big Show. The Shield faces John Cena, Ryback and Sheamus. A #1 contender's Elimination Chamber match includes Randy Orton, Mark Henry, Chris Jericho, Jack Swagger, Kane, and Daniel Bryan. Kaitlyn vs. Tamina Snuka. Miz vs. Antonio Cesaro. Brodus Clay & Tensai vs. Rhodes Scholars. Who will win? When the time comes, check out the live coverage of the 2013 Elimination Chamber pay-per-view with results and review here. You can check out my predictions here with the spoilers of all these matches and more.

YouTube Pre-Show: Brodus Clay & Tensai vs. Team Rhodes Scholars
This didn't last long at all. Squash show.

WINNERS: Brodus Clay & Tensai via pinfall.
Not much to talk about. This pretty much ended right off the bat.

World Heavyweight Championship: Alberto Del Rio (c) vs. Big Show
Alberto Guerrero is up to his usual stuff. Vader Bomb doesn't work (does it ever unless you're Vader?) and Big Show is able to get to the ropes when Del Rio locks in the cross armbreaker. Del Rio reverses a power bomb into a hurricanrana, then follows it up with a suicide dive. Show hits a chokeslam but Del Rio kicks out. Del Rio puts Show in the armbreaker again, but Big Show lifts Del Rio up and slams him down to get out of it. Big Show holds up the bucket and Del Rio botches an inziguri, then redoes it to kick the bucket into Big Show's head. Why that isn't a DQ, I have no idea. He locks in the armbreaker again and Big Show taps out.

WINNER: Alberto Del Rio via submission.
Shame the ending was botched like that. Not a very special match....waiting on the cash-in...

Wait a minute...there's no cash-in, and we're having a commercial for G.I. Joe? Give me the former over the latter.

United States Championship: Antonio Cesaro (c) vs. The Miz
Cesaro shows off a lot of strength in this match, such as picking Miz up by his injured arm. Miz starts setting up for a Figure-Four. Cesaro claims that Miz hit him in the balls and Miz gets disqualified.

WINNER: Antonio Cesaro via disqualification.
Ok match. Interesting ending.

Backstage, Daniel Bryan and Kane hash out their differences...sort of. Kane agrees that Daniel Bryan should watch his back, but then says he'll watch his own back as well instead of Daniel Bryan's.

Elimination Chamber: Randy Orton vs. Mark Henry vs. Kane vs. Daniel Bryan vs. Jack Swagger vs. Chris Jericho
Jack Swagger is in the pod with a brand new theme song that has no lyrics to it. Uncle Zeb cuts a promo about how ashamed our founding fathers would be at this nation. Kane is another pod person. Mark Henry is another. Orton is the last one, meaning we're going to start off with Daniel Bryan and Chris Jericho (which means their match together on Raw was to test to see how that would be). First pod person to enter the match is Jack Swagger. The clock stops at 5...error. Kane comes out next. Daniel Bryan tries to roll Kane up for a pin and then beg for mercy afterward. Orton comes out next. He starts cleaning house. In comes Mark Henry who eliminates Daniel Bryan with a World's Strongest Slam. He throws Orton through the pod plexiglass. Henry eliminates Kane with a WSS as well. Swagger kicks Henry, who receives a Codebreaker and then an RKO. Orton eliminates Henry. Henry decides to re-enter the chamber and fuck everyone up. The referees try to stop him. Booker T and Teddy Long come out to tell Henry to leave. Zeb must be pissed right now. Jericho gets eliminated by Orton and Swagger eliminates Orton really quickly afterward with a rollup.

WINNER (and new #1 contender): Jack Swagger via pinfall.
Nuts...I was really hoping for Jericho and Ziggler. Good match other than that, though.

The Shield vs. John Cena, Ryback, and Sheamus
They brawl to start off but it eventually just goes into a normal match. Time for some back/forth action. Generic so far. Nice DDT from Ambrose to Cena. Roman Reigns spears Sheamus through the barricade almost into Lilian. John Cena hits the AA on Ambrose. Ryback picks Rollins up for the Shell Shock and Roman Reigns spears him. Rollins pins Ryback.

WINNERS: The Shield via pinfall.
Didn't see Shield winning. Wow. Sucks that Ryback had to take the pin instead of Sheamus.

Dolph Ziggler comes out to talk. Booker T tells him to shut up and brings Kofi Kingston out to have a random match.

Dolph Ziggler vs. Kofi Kingston
Ziggler should be winning this. Nice sell from Ziggler for a monkey flip. Kofi hits Trouble in Paradise and Big E Langston pulls Ziggler out before the pinfall. Ziggler wins with the Zig Zag.

WINNER: Dolph Ziggler via pinfall.
Meh, filler.

Backstage, Brodus Clay is playing with the Funkadactyls and some new action figures WWE is selling. Tensai asks where the little version of him is. Clay says he probably doesn't have one cause of the words on his face and asks what it means. Tensai, aka "Sweet T", says with his luck it's probably a sushi menu. Then they dance. Awkard.

Divas Championship: Kaitlyn (c) vs. Tamina Snuka
Blah blah blah. Tamina hits a Samoan Drop, misses the splash, Kaitlyn hits a spear, wins.

WINNER: Kaitlyn via pinfall.

WWE Championship: The Rock (c) vs. CM Punk
That was such an awkward introduction for the Rock. "The........." Hahaha. Punk tries to goad Rock into getting DQ'ed and losing the title. He even spits on the Rock's forehead. Punk gives Rock a Rock Bottom on the Spanish announcers table but it doesn't break. Punk kicks out of a Rock Bottom. Rock knocks the referee out and Punk hits the GTS on Rock. Role reversal for the usual face situation. New ref comes out. Rock hits a spinebuster and People's Elbow. Punk kicks out. The referee acts like his ankle is hurting him and Punk is back in control. Paul Heyman gives Punk the title belt. Punk hits Heyman instead. Rock hits a Rock Bottom and Chioda comes back in to count the pin.

WINNER: The Rock via pinfall.
Interesting setup for this match's multiple endings.

1. Elimination Chamber match
2. Punk really nailed that spit on Rock's head, didn't he?
3. Rock vs Punk match

1. Ryback takes another pinfall.
2. Divas title match
3. Rhodes and Sandow jobbing in a squash on the pre-show instead of being pushed.

Reasoning: Underwhelming matches that set up a card I'm not as interested in for WrestleMania. I actually almost fell asleep during the Shield match as well. This 1-count doesn't mean it's the most awful pay-per-view of all time by any means, it just means that I wasn't impressed and I was more disappointed than a fan of it.



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