WWE Accidentally Spoils Names for Women’s Elimination Chamber Match

WWE Accidentally Spoils Names for Women's Elimination Chamber Match

WWE Accidentally Spoils Names for Women’s Elimination Chamber Match – A graphic briefly posted on WWE.com (see below) appears to show who will be the participants in the Women’s Elimination Chamber match.

According to the graphic, it will be Liv Morgan vs. Naomi vs. Jade Cargill vs. Becky Lynch vs. Bianca Belair vs. Tiffany Stratton in the match to determine who will go on to challenge for Rhea Ripley’s Women’s World Championship.

That shows just how stacked the women’s division is and a credit to the work that has been put into elevating the women’s roster over the years, especially under Triple H and Shawn Michaels’ creative regime.

There’s always a chance that plans could change but as of today, it appears that this is the planned match for the Women’s Chamber. If you watched the WrestleMania Kick Off, they seem to be leaning heavily into the idea that we’ll see Lynch challenge Ripley for the title at WrestleMania. Whether that happens is anyone’s guess until the Chamber match happens. 

Last night on SmackDown, Bianca Belair defeated Michin to qualify for the Chamber match. 

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