John Cena walked into the deadly steel structure as champion and started off against AJ Styles, the man he took the belt from at the Royal Rumble.

WWE Elimination Chamber 2017



Bray Wyatt won the WWE Championship at Elimination Chamber to set up a WrestleMania 33 main event clash with Randy Orton.


John Cena walked into the deadly steel structure as champion and started off against AJ Styles, the man he took the belt from at the Royal Rumble.


But after a crazy war which saw four other competitors including the eerie Wyatt enter at timed intervals, Bray eliminated Cena with his Sister Abigail finisher.


That meant a new champion would be crowned and in a frantic finale, Wyatt hit Styles with the same move to mark the beginning of a macabre new era on SmackDown.


As he laughed maniacally and held the title aloft his ally Orton - the Royal Rumble winner - emerged to signal their friendship will be over come April 2.


It was a great ending to a very enjoyable event at the Talking Stick Resort Arena in Phoenix, Arizona, which began with a dream women's match-up.


Bray Wyatt




The Irish Lasskicker Becky Lynch defeated the six-time WWE Women's/Divas Champion Mickie James with an opportunistic roll-up pin.


The bout was short but sweet and the nature of the Dubliner's victory over the impressive veteran means they are surely set for another encounter.



That wasn't the story of the night however as far as SmackDown's Women's Division was concerned, as Naomi finally captured gold at the expense of Alexa Bliss.



The hypercolour high flyer is the new SmackDown Women's Champion after ending the pint-sized brat's reign with a split-legged moonsault.



Post-match chants from the crowd of 'you deserve it' led to Naomi - who has toiled in WWE for seven years - bursting into tears during a great victory promo.


Naomi


American Alpha retained their SmackDown Tag Team Championships despite a cynical beatdown from The Usos after they were eliminated from Tag Team Turmoil.


Heath Slater and Rhyno shone in the six-team bout, dispatching Breezango with Rhyno's Gore on Fandango, and The Vaudevillans thanks to an E-Minor DDT from Slater on Aiden English.


The Usos ended their night with superkicks before falling to American Alpha's Chad Gable, but their brutal assault afterwards looked set to hand the titles to The Ascension.


However, the fan favourites managed to recover as Gable and Jason Jordan hit their Grand Amplitude finisher on Viktor to hold onto the straps.


.@NaomiWWE was a part of the original @WWENXT ... and now she's brought HER glow to the #SDLive Women's Championship. #WWEChamber pic.twitter.com/OpMStdWcpB
— Triple H (@TripleH) February 13, 2017


Apollo Crews and Kalisto bested Dolph Ziggler in a 2-on-1 handicap match after Ziggler's sneak attack on Kalisto as he made his way to the ring.



The Show Off slammed the Mexican into the electronic entrance screen but he eventually returned to help Crews win with a running sitout powerbomb.



A furious Dolph cemented his heel credentials with a savage post-match beatdown in which he wrapped a steel chair around Crews' ankle and stamped on it twice.



Nikki Bella and Natalya fought to a double count out in a heated scrap with a somewhat disappointing ending.



Nikki speared Nattie on the ramp and when she was later interviewed backstage, the Queen of Hearts ambushed Bella, who in the subsequent melee inadvertently covered Maryse in make-up.



That may be the catalyst for a spat between Maryse and Nikki, drawing their respective partners The Miz and John Cena into a WrestleMania mixed tag bout.



Before Bray Wyatt made his mark in the main event, his rebellious former charge Luke Harper took on Randy Orton in a cracking brawl.



Harper has long been one of the best big men in WWE and he showed he belonged against the 12-time world champion.


John Cena in action with Randy Orton (Photo: Handout)
John Cena in action with Randy Orton (Photo: Handout)

After a stunning top rope superplex by Orton, Harper rocked The Viper with superkicks, then a big powerbomb and convincing near fall.



But when he went for a spinning lariat, Orton hit a trademark RKO "out of nowhere" to vanquish the monster.



The new-look Elimination Chamber was the backdrop for a spot-laden, hard-hitting and relentless contest as Cena and Styles recreated the magic of their Royal Rumble classic.



Baron Corbin looked utterly dominant early on until The Miz was meant to join the fray but cowardly hid inside his pod, providing the distraction for a Dean Ambrose roll-up.



Ambrose, who had thrown himself around with typical abandon, paid the price as the Intercontinental Champion was decimated by the livid Lone Wolf and then pinned by The Miz.



Miz ran through his best Daniel Bryan impression as he tore into Cena and Styles with kicks and gave Wyatt a Skull-Crushing Finale on the unforgiving steel at ringside.



Nevertheless he was eliminated by Cena with an AA - another indicator of them being destined for a Mania showdown - before we saw a truly career-defining moment for Wyatt.


Full Results

1. Becky Lynch defeated Mickie James in a singles match

2. Apollo Crews and Kalisto defeated Dolph Ziggler in a 2-on-1 handicap match

3. American Alpha (c) defeated The Ascension and four other teams to retain the WWE SmackDown Tag Team Championship in a tag team turmoil match

4. Nikki Bella and Natalya drew due to a double count out in a singles match

5. Randy Orton defeated Luke Harper in a singles match

6. Naomi defeated Alexa Bliss (c) to win the WWE SmackDown Women’s Championship in a singles match

7. Bray Wyatt defeated AJ Styles, John Cena (c), The Miz, Dean Ambrose and Baron Corbin to win the WWE Championship in an Elimination Chamber match





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