The road to WrestleMania has gotten off to a great start in 2019. To begin with, the Royal Rumble PPV in itself was fantastic from start to finish, with the right people winning both the championship matches and the Royal Rumble matches themselves. Now, we’re in for an incredible ride to the grandest stage of them all, and the first of the last two stops on the road to WrestleMania is at the Elimination Chamber.
We’ll be having two solid Chamber matches this year, with the WWE Championship being on the line in what’ll most likely be the main event, and the crowning of the first WWE Women’s tag team champions, a match that will be dual-branded. The superstars competing in both matches are great too, so it’ll be an interesting Chamber PPV.
If WWE continues to do right like they are now, there will undoubtedly be a lot of interest built up by April 7th, and it could turn out to be one of the most exciting ‘Mania’s yet. However, it can also work the other way, i.e, negatively, if they don’t do it right. Here are a few things WWE should avoid doing at Elimination Chamber 2019.
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