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Elimination Chamber 2024: How to Watch and What to Expect
WWE heads down under for Elimination Chamber 2024 as the Road to WrestleMania gets more intense!
The next WWE Premium Live Event is coming up quickly: Elimination Chamber 2024 promises to deliver the next chapter of exciting WWE action, drama, and jaw-dropping moments following hot on the heels of a successful Royal Rumble event. Here's everything the WWE Universe needs to know about Elimination Chamber 2024!
Where and When Will Elimination Chamber 2024 Take Place?
The 14th installment of WWE's Elimination Chamber Premium Live Event takes place on Saturday, February 24, 2024, at the Optus Stadium in Perth, Australia.
Yes, you read that right – it's time for another international WWE mega-event! If you want to get technical, the event's official name is Elimination Chamber: Perth, which puts an even greater emphasis on the location.
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Optus Stadium is a gorgeous open-air outdoor stadium that can easily handle 60,000 screaming members of the WWE Universe. The stadium is primarily used for Australian-rules football and cricket matches, but somehow, we think the venue will lend itself perfectly to hard-hitting WWE action!
What Time Is Elimination Chamber 2024?
Elimination Chamber 2024 is scheduled to begin at 8 p.m. local Australian time, which means (brace yourselves) an early 5 a.m. start time on the eastern U.S. coast. Time to set your alarms, WWE Universe! (West Coast fans, prepare yourselves to pull an all-nighter for the ages.)
How Can Fans Watch Elimination Chamber 2024?
You know the drill: For fans in the United States, the only option to catch this year's Elimination Chamber is to watch it live on Peacock!
If you're a new Peacock subscriber, don't stress. Peacock makes it easy on the day of WWE Premium Live Events – on Saturday, February 24, 2024, links to stream Elimination Chamber will be all over Peacock, front and center. You couldn't miss it if you tried. Peacock's been the best value in home streaming entertainment for years now and remains a jaw-droppingly inexpensive way to watch the most significant WWE events of the year – including WrestleMania, which will see Royal Rumble winners Cody Rhodes and Bayley in the main events as they look to become champions.
What Can Fans Expect From Elimination Chamber 2024?
If you think Elimination Chamber – due to being sandwiched in between Royal Rumble and WrestleMania – will lack historic matchups, you've obviously not done your homework. Some of the most legendary matches have happened at the annual event, usually highlighted by the barbaric Elimination Chamber match – a match where six Superstars emerge from locked pods at set intervals, with the last athlete standing declared the winner. We've covered the chaotic and unique nature of the Elimination Chamber match before, and the 2024 installments of this match type will undoubtedly set the bar even higher. Many fans believe that some of the greatest matches in WWE history were inside the brutal cage-like structure.
The beauty of the Elimination Chamber matches is that the match doesn't discriminate against anybody in the WWE locker room. Male, female, top-tier Superstars, up-and-coming talent – it doesn't matter. The Elimination Chamber has historically welcomed all Superstars to compete inside of it – even athletes you wouldn't expect!
Of course, WWE history buffs know that some of the best matches in Elimination Chamber history weren't Elimination Chamber matches at all! Who can forget when The Rock defeated CM Punk in 2013 for the WWE Championship, ending Punk's legendary title reign and setting The Great One up for a showdown with John Cena at WrestleMania:
With Elimination Chamber 2024 serving as the final Premium Live Event before WrestleMania heads to Philadelphia, the WWE Universe can expect the main storylines across Raw and SmackDown to come to a head in Perth, Australia. Of course, we'd be remiss if we didn't mention Rhea Ripley's ties to the country – she was born there, after all – so it seems increasingly likely that she's a lock to defend her Women's World Championship on her home turf (with the entire country behind her).
Once Royal Rumble winners Bayley and Cody Rhodes announce who they will challenge at WrestleMania, the other two top WWE champions will be looking for WrestleMania opponents of their own.
If Cody chooses to challenge Roman Reigns for the Undisputed WWE Universal Championship, Seth Rollins will need a WrestleMania opponent (and vice versa). The same goes for Bayley; if she goes after Rhea Ripley's title, IYO SKY will be looking for an opponent of her own on The Grandest Stage of Them All.
We think Elimination Chamber would be the ideal time and place to set those particular WrestleMania matches in stone.