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WWE Elimination Chamber 2024 Results, Viewing Party & More



Welcome to the live results watch page for WWE ELIMINATION CHAMBER 2024 pay-per-view!

The event is scheduled to start at 4 a.m. ET with the kickoff, followed by the main show starting at 5 a.m.

Follow along here throughout the show for the results of each match as well as my personal thoughts on everything throughout the night down after the separation bar.

Keep refreshing for new updates, check out the quick results at the top of the page for the winners and chat it up with everyone in the comments as the show goes on!

Quick Hits Results:

  • Women’s Tag Team Championship Match: The Kabuki Warriors (c) defeated Candice LeRae and Indi Hartwell by pinfall.
  • Elimination Chamber Match for the Women’s World Championship Shot at WrestleMania XL: Becky Lynch vs. Bianca Belair vs. Liv Morgan vs. Naomi vs. Raquel Rodriguez vs. Tiffany Stratton — Becky Lynch wins.
  • Undisputed WWE Tag Team Championship Match: The Judgment Day’s Finn Balor and Damian Priest (c) defeated New Catch Republic (Pete Dunne and Tyler Bate) by pinfall.
  • Grayson Waller Effect with Seth Rollins and Cody Rhodes
  • Elimination Chamber Match for the World Heavyweight Championship Shot at WrestleMania XL: Bobby Lashley vs. Drew McIntyre vs. Kevin Owens vs. LA Knight vs. vs. Logan Paul vs. Randy Orton — Drew McIntyre won
  • Women’s World Championship Match: Rhea Ripley (c) defeated Nia Jax by pinfall.

Author’s POV, Running Commentary & Thoughts:


  • Nothing much going on for the pre-show panel section of this. Time for the late addition women’s tag title match to begin, though.
  • I’m glad Indi Hartwell is on the card. That makes it all that much more curious why Bronson Reed wasn’t included, though. Why did WWE specifically opt not to have him in there when he could have easily been in the Elimination Chamber match? I wonder if we’ll ever find out the reasoning. (Update: Even though he said the rumors were false about his wife giving birth being the reason for his absence, he has now confirmed that that WAS true. So why bother to say it wasn’t at first? Congrats to the couple.)
  • Despite putting up a good fight, the challengers come up short. Kabuki Warriors retain by pinfall with Kairi Sane pinning Candice LeRae.

Women’s Elimination Chamber Match

  • Our pod crew consists of Raquel Rodriguez, Bianca Belair, Tiffany Stratton and Liv Morgan, meaning we’re starting off with Naomi and Becky Lynch.
  • “Let’s go Becky” chants ringing out. Fans should likely be happy with the outcome of this match.
  • Tiffany Stratton is the first pod entrance.
  • Liv Morgan enters next to a solid pop. I feel like Michael Cole is using my Elimination Chamber statistics page for his notes tonight.
  • Naomi is eliminated by Stratton.
  • Pod #3 is Raquel Rodriguez.
  • Pod #4 is naturally Bianca Belair to bring the full group into the match.
  • Liv Morgan jumps off the top of the pod with a senton on Raquel.
  • Right after that, Stratton shoves Becky off the top of the pod to crash into Raquel and Belair I believe.
  • Then, after that, Tiff does a Swanton off the pod to everyone but Morgan.
  • Stratton gets taken out by Morgan. The crowd seems upset about that.
  • Raquel is taken out by Belair’s KOD (with Bianca struggling a bit to pull that off, strangely)
  • For some reason, Morgan does a springboard sunset flip powerbomb to just Belair when she effectively could have just picked her up for a normal one, as that’s what happened. I know #RuleOfCool applies, but the springboard element was totally unnecessary and looked awkward.
  • They just did an aerial crowd shot. Does anyone know the purpose of having all that empty floor space in these stadiums? It just seems like such a waste.
  • Belair is eliminated by Morgan, who then IMMEDIATELY gets eliminated by Becky. That felt rushed.
  • The match was a foregone conclusion (as most of this card is) but at least it was solid action.

Undisputed WWE Tag Team Championship Match

  • WWE really has a thought process in this era that instead of having an iconic theme that is recognizable from the start, they love giving people generic music nobody can hum, but their theme starts off by just saying their name. New Catch Republic is the latest in the line of that.
  • Tyler Bate and Pete Dunne are having their moments on top here, despite the outcome we all know is coming. The crowd seems into them, particularly with Bate spinning Damian Priest around on his shoulders.
  • Dirty Dom has been influential in helping out Judgment Day. But now, referee Daphanie LaShaun has ejected him from ringside. The crowd starts singing Na Na Hey Hey Kiss Him Goodbye, of course.
  • A Birminghammer (instead of Burning Hammer) is one of the series of double-team maneuvers New Catch Republic pull off together. Just a two-count, still, but it’s nice to see team synergy like that.
  • Priest chokeslams both Bate and Dunne from the second rope and Balor follows it with a Coup de Grace on Dunne for the win.

Grayson Waller Effect

  • Austin Theory Live is the start of this, with him ragging on Vegemite and saying he ate a blooming onion from Outback before introducing Grayson Waller. That was odd. Blooming onion is pretty good, though, I’ll admit.
  • Waller’s playing to the crowd. Again, odd that they’d have Theory pull the heel heat thing right before that, only for Waller to be in babyface mode.
  • After a lot of preamble, the big news is that Seth Rollins is days away from being cleared to compete, followed by Cody Rhodes challenging The Rock to a one-on-one match “any time, any place.” But Rollins says that there’s no such thing as one-on-one with The Bloodline, so if and when The Rock takes Cody up on that challenge, he won’t be fighting him alone.
  • Austin Theory starts quoting The Rock’s lines, only for Rollins and Rhodes to take him out. Waller stands back and lets it happen.
  • I ask you, was that really worth being on a pay-per-view, especially when no match was truly confirmed, meaning they’re going to milk it for yet another segment in the future? This was a Raw segment. I hate when they do this.

Men’s Elimination Chamber Match

  • Entrances are Kevin Owens, Bobby Lashley, Logan Paul, and Randy Orton. We’re starting off with Drew McIntyre and LA Knight.
  • CM Punk chants start pretty early into the match, directed at McIntyre.
  • Kevin Owens is out next.
  • Next up is Bobby Lashley.
  • Randy Orton is the third pod entrant, meaning Logan Paul will round out the match in a bit.
  • Orton is either really selling his back, or he’s legitimately hurt. This is getting concerning.
  • Owens and Paul start fighting inside Paul’s pod.
  • Lashley spears Logan through the plexiglass of a pod.
  • Drew McIntyre eliminates Bobby Lashley.
  • Lashley’s being helped out of the cage, which inevitably means someone is going to run in.
  • There we go. AJ Styles is here to attack LA Knight with a steel chair.
  • LA Knight is out via Drew McIntyre as a result of that attack from Styles.
  • Owens is taken out by Orton.
  • What’s up with the weird shadows popping up on everyone’s heads in this match?
  • Drew McIntyre eliminates Randy Orton (due in part to Logan Paul hitting Orton in the back out of spite) to win the match.

Women’s World Championship Match

  • Once the bell rang, this match ceased to be special. Everything that has happened after that has been okay, but nothing all that amazing.
  • At least they’re doing a good job booking Jax as the definitive heel and Rhea as a triumphant babyface, even if that dynamic is going to have to change on a dime on Monday once they start building more of Ripley vs Lynch.
  • Yeah. Nothing to report on. Ripley gets the Riptide for the win. Everyone’s happy. This was a very cookie-cutter event.

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