WWE Elimination Chamber rules, explained

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The WWE Elimination Chamber 2022 takes place on Saturday, Feb. 19 and will feature two Elimination Chamber matches. Here are the rules.

WWE fans, there is a premium live event taking place on Saturday, Feb. 19. That event will be Elimination Chamber.

There will be two huge Elimination Chamber matches, with Bobby Lashley defending his WWE Championship against Brock Lesnar, Seth Rollins, A.J. Styles, Riddle and Austin Theory. Bianca Belair, Alexa Bliss, Rhea Ripley, Liv Morgan, Doudrop and Nikki A.S.H. face off with the winner earning a Raw Women’s Championship match at WrestleMania 38.

For those of you are unaware of the Elimination Chamber and its rules, we have you covered.

WWE Elimination Chamber rules, explained

First of all, the Elimination Chamber is a steel structure that surrounds the ring. It features walls of chain, steel floors and glass pods.

The match begins with two participants in the ring. The other four competitors will stand in their designated pods, which will be locked by referees standing on the outside of the structure. Every five minutes, the next participant will enter at random, which will be revealed with a spotlight shining on the pod to be opened. That continues until all wrestlers enter the match.

Participants are eliminated by pinfall or submission. The last person standing will be the winner of the Elimination Chamber match.

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