WWE Elimination Chamber 2021: Start times, how to watch, full card and WWE Network

WWE Elimination Chamber 2021: Start times, how to watch, full card and WWE Network
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The Elimination Chamber airs on the WWE Network this Sunday, the last pay-per-view broadcast on WWE’s streaming service Before it goes on NBC’s peacock. The event will see two Elimination Chamber matches, one for the WWE Championship of Drew McIntire and the other for the shot of Universal Champion Roman Rance.

Catch? The winner of the Elimination Chamber of SmackDown will redeem his shot later in the night. no rest.

Lacey Evans was originally scheduled to face Asuka for the Raw Women’s Championship, but now the match is closed after Evans’ actual, real-life pregnancy.

Start time

The Elimination Chamber will be held from WWE’s Thunderdome at Tropicana Field Stadium in Florida. Main card starts on both days 7 PM ET / 4PT. If you are a paid WWE Network subscriber – $ 9.99 per month – you can watch the Elimination Chamber live at no additional cost. Otherwise, you will have to contact your local cable provider.

Audiences in the UK will stay up late to watch the Elimination Chamber; The show begins Midnight uk time. Elimination Chamber Begins for Australia AEDT on Monday at 11 am.

Note that this is the final WWE pay-per-view that American viewers can watch on the WWE Network. The next WWE PPV is Fastlane on March 21, but American viewers will have to pass through March 18 NBC’s Peacock Streaming Service.

Match card

  • WWE Championship Elimination Chamber Match: Drew McIntire (c) vs. Randy Orton vs. The Miz vs. Sheamus vs. Jeff Hardy vs. AJ Styles.
  • SmackDown Elimination Chamber Match: Daniel Bryan vs. Kevin Owens vs. Saffron vs. Baron Corbin vs. Sami Zayn vs. Jaye Uso.
  • Universal Championship Match: Roman Rance (C) vs. Winner of SmackDown Elimination Chamber Match.
  • United States Championship Triple Threat: Bobby Lashley (C) vs. Riddle vs. Keith Lee.

How to watch: WWE Network

You can start (or resume) membership of the WWE Network here:

The monthly price is $ 10 (US) or £ 10 (UK). New customers used to get a free month, but it is no longer a free tier (who are not saddened by pay-per-view events).

The WWE Network app is available on Roku, Xbox One, PlayStation 4, Amazon Fire TV, Amazon Kindle Fire, Apple TV, iOS and Android.

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