The Best And Worst Of WWE Elimination Chamber 2018

Pro Wrestling Editor
02.26.18 54 Comments

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Previously on the Best and Worst of WWE Elimination Chamber: Bray Wyatt became WWE Champion, beginning the “Era of Wyatt” and establishing him as one of the most important stars in the company. Not the kind of guy you’d have project bugs into the ring at WrestleMania, or wrestle in a haunted house, or lose all his matches and end up feuding with the D+ version of a TNA character. I’m not even checking the notes, I know this is true!

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Here’s the Best and Worst of WWE Elimination Chamber for February 25, 2018.

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