The company already confirmed one signature Elimination Chamber match for the men on Raw, but what

[ WWE News: Multiple Reasons Why WWE Is Not Considering Women’s Elimination Chamber This Year ]

WWE Elimination Chamber is going down on February 21st, but that event might be missing a match that a lot of fans have come to expect in recent years. The company already confirmed one signature Elimination Chamber match for the men on Raw, but what about the women?

Sportzwiki’has learned that the company is currently not talking about holding a women’s Elimination Chamber match this year.

No mention was made of a women’s Elimination Chamber chamber match during Raw this week, and this caused us to ask around about the subject. It seems that the company is not talking about the idea.

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Date: 2021-02-12T10:33:34+05:30
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The women’s Elimination Chamber match is in trouble

WWE’s Elimination Chamber gimmick match debuted in 2002, and it took until 2018 until the women’s division was featured inside the chamber. That’s the same year that the first ever women’s Royal Rumble also took place. The women’s division has continued to get their own Royal Rumble and Elimination Chamber match each year since then, including Bianca Belair’s recent victory in the 2021 women’s Royal Rumble. But I’m looking at the current landscape for Elimination Chamber 2021, and it seems to me that women’s division might get left out of the chamber on the Feb. 21 card.

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Date: 2021-02-11T21:00:00-05:00
Author: Cain A Knight
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WWE planning two men’s Elimination Chamber and no women’s’

The Royal Rumble is done and dusted. We are now officially on the road to Wrestlemania. We do have a couple of stops in between though. The first of the two, Elimination Chamber, is scheduled to take place a little later this month.

Also read: Jim Cornette reacts to Hikaru Shida forcing Asuka’s face onto Kenny Omega’s exposed behinds

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Date: 2021-02-11T15:47:03+00:00
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WWE Reportedly Not Planning Women’s Elimination Chamber Match This Year

Elimination Chamber is set to take place next weekend and WWE has already started to announce the card.

This week on Raw, the company announced that Drew McIntyre would defend the WWE Championship inside Elimination Chamber against Sheamus, Randy Orton, Jeff Hardy, The Miz, and AJ Styles while Asuka will defend her Raw Women’s Championship against Lacey Evans.

Bobby Lashley will also be defending his United States Championship against both Riddle and Keith Lee. This week on SmackDown, more matches are expected to be made official but reports from RingSideNews suggest that the company is not planning a Women’s Chamber match this year.

Publisher: WrestlingWorld
Date: 2021-02-11T20:00:53+00:00
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Views From The Turnbuckle: WWE’s Over

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The average age of a wrestler in the men’s Royal Rumble match that took place two weeks ago was 39 years old, making it the oldest match of its kind in WWE history, breaking the record set the previous year. WWE’s reliance on stars from a previous generation has been well-documented, but that reliance has extended beyond just the occasional match or appearance by Goldberg or The Undertaker, and has become a larger problem throughout the roster, and also shines a spotlight on the company’s poor developmental track record as well as the improper utilization of young talent that has prevented WWE from expanding its audience, especially with younger viewers.

Publisher: Wrestling Inc.
Date: 2021-02-10T20:26:39+00:00
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Bianca Belair Comments On A Potential WrestleMania Match Against Sasha Banks, More

During a recent interview with Sporting News, Bianca Belair commented on entering the WWE Royal Rumble match, possibly facing Sasha Banks at WrestleMania, and more. You can check out some highlights from the interview below:

On having an action figure made in her likeness and representing Black women: ‘It means a lot. It’s not just about me and my ego. What makes my job have a purpose is things like having an action figure and knowing that there are little black girls and boys, and even adults, who can see themselves. Knowing the impression and impact I’m having on them is something positive that cannot be put into words. That makes me enjoy what I’m doing. That is my ‘why.’ I think a lot of times it’s hard for people to figure out their ‘why,’ but that’s mine. I am here because I saw myself in the Gail Devers of the world. That torch is being passed to me and I’m just trying to do for other little girls what they did for me.’

Date: 2021-01-22T22:14:05+00:00
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