The Undertaker is one of the most celebrated Superstars in WWE history. He set many staggering records during his career, and his feats at Elimination Chamber stand out amidst the lot.
The Undertaker won Elimination Chamber: No Way Out 2008. During this match, Taker outlasted five other Superstars – Batista, The Great Khali, MVP, Big Daddy V, and Finlay.
One reason this win was a great one is because ‘The Phenom’ entered the match as the first participant. In fact, he was a part of every Superstar’s elimination. Finally, Taker secured the win after defeating Batista.
Coming to eliminations, The Undertaker holds a record of six eliminations from his appearance at three Elimination Chambers.
In fact, at No Way Out 2008, he eliminated three Superstars – Big Daddy V, Finlay, and Batista. This made him crack the list of most eliminations in one match.
Following this, he became the first Superstar to win at Elimination Chamber and then win at WrestleMania too. Taker became the number one contender for the Heavyweight Championship and defeated Edge at WrestleMania 24.
WWE is set to stage this year’s Elimination Chamber on February 21st, 2021. The company has announced all Superstars taking part in the Elimination Chamber matches.
The Raw Elimination Chamber match will be between Jeff Hardy, WWE Champion Drew McIntyre, Randy Orton, Sheamus, AJ Styles, and The Miz. Chances are that McIntyre will keep his title at least until WrestleMania.
Whoever wins the match will immediately face Roman Reigns for the WWE Universal Championship. Even though all of them are elite Superstars, it’s likely the current champion will keep it given how lopsided the equation is.
Usually, champions are a part of the Elimination Chamber. However, Paul Heyman found a way to get Reigns out of it by stating that his contract requires him to defend the title at the PPV and not in the Elimination Chamber match.
After Elimination Chamber, Edge will decide whom he wants to challenge for WrestleMania.