WWE Elimination Chamber had minimal buildup and subscriptions but made the right hit with lots of twists, history, turns and of course the headlines of the show was the win of Kofi Kingston.
Coming into the match there were whispers that the match-up was going to be embarrassing and somewhat boring but it took everyone by surprise really.
Let’s take a look at the losers and winners one after the other, yes? Aye.
Bobby Lashley and Rio Rush are amongst the biggest losers. Lashley and Lio Rush’s partnership hit rock bottom and came to an abrupt end as well as Lashley’s Intercontinental Championship Reign.
An end to a partnership with his favoured mouthpiece and zero Intercontinental Championship could spell a lot of trouble for Bobby Lashley.
Lio Rush won’t be spared from this crisis either as he could be left with no purpose on the roster having lost his manager.
If that name strikes you or tickles your ears a little bit, then you’re definitely no stranger to the WWE. However, Samoa Joe might not reach the heights that his talents in the ring and on the mic project having been the first man to be eliminated. A waste of talent really.
He might have to ask for his release soonest if he’s to command the respect he so deserves.
We would have talked about Kofi Kingston, but we choose to leave the best for the last, right choice, isn’t it?
She made a surprise return circumnavigating a WWE suspension without interference or disruption from security officials.
She soon made the better of this return by claiming a big win over Ronda Rousey.
And finally we have Kofi Kingston
Kofi entered the match third and received an early scare when Samoe Joe caught his leg. However, with Samoa Joe, AJ Styles, Daniel Bryan, Randy Orton and Jeff Hardy all eliminated, Kingston was down to Daniel Bryan who he had defeated only five days ago.
He was bound to win and he did win his first major title in 11 years. It was crazy!