WWE Elimination Chamber Results & Review (February 24th, 2024)

WWE Elimination Chamber 2024
February 24th, 2024

Optus Stadium

Perth, Western Australia

Attendance: 52,590

For the first time ever in my home city of Perth, Western Australia, we got to have a WWE Premium Live Event in a Stadium, our Stadium – Optus Stadium. This was a really big night for me and my friends, as we partook in a lot of festivities you can check out on our YouTube Channel, http://www.youtube.com/TheSlamSociety I had a really hard few days, all self inflicted, which has made this review late, but I will do a further video review of the show on my YouTube channel in the coming days where I can talk about the WWE Pop Up SuperStore we got to check out in our city Thursday, Friday’s Press Conference and that experience, as well as my Gold Ticket festivities at the Camfield, which is the biggest bar in Western Australia, adjacent to the Stadium after the Presser, the absolute debacle of my Friday ‘Fan Experience’ I paid $2000 for, and hope I get a refund for, and so forth. Till then, here is my written review of the actual PLE for RPW!

WWE Women’s Tag Team Title Match
The Kabuki Warriors (Asuka & Kairi Sane) (c) vs. Candice LeRae & Indi Hartwell

The Match:

This was a Pre-Show Match for the WWE Women’s Tag Team Titles, and it was obvious that Indi Hartwell was the home country hero here as the fans continually chanted her name and begged for her to be in the ring during this contest. This match saw great heel work from Asuka and Kairi, the Kabuki Warriors. Candice played the babyface in peril for most of the match with shines of hope for the team whenever Indi Hartwell was included, and as somebody in attendance, it was obvious. I however was going for the Kabuki Warriors, being a big fan of Kairi Sane, and having met her the day before! The Kabuki Warriors retained as expected and I was the only person out of those 52,000 strong that seemed happy with the result! I am really glad they added this match to the show, because 4 matches and 1 segment seemed a little slim, so this really appeased myself and the Aussie fans here in Perth, and I think giving Indi Hartwell the platform was the right thing to do as well.

Winner/s: STILL WWE Women’s Tag Team Champions, The Kabuki Warriors via pinfall in 8:55.

They showed a graphic to open the show of people from the Elimination Chamber matches entering the building, with the biggest highlight being Zoo Enthusiast Kevin Owens entering the building with a Koala in his arms! Seriously, a real Koala. It got a big, big pop from the crowd.

WWE Women’s World Title #1 Contendership Elimination Chamber Match
Becky Lynch vs. Naomi vs. Liv Morgan vs. Bianca Belair vs. Raquel Rodriguez vs. Tiffany Stratton

The Match:

The Women’s Elimination Chamber opened up the Main Card, and it was certainly exciting as a fan to see how excited the whole stadium was. I’m not going to give a blow by blow account of the match but it was obvious that Perth Stadium wanted it to be Tiffy Time! Everytime Tiffany did anything, the crowd were behind her, and they popped big time when she firstly elimianted Naomi. Liv Morgan is also a favorite Down Under, but when she pinned Tiffany to eliminate her, the whole Stadium booed her! Raquel showed her usual powerhouse antics in this one as well, and Bianca Belair was as always, completely on fire. Liv Morgan was put over strong here as she also eliminated Bianca, but it came down to her and Becky Lynch and well, we knew Becky was winning based off the WrestleMania XL Press Conference and her altercation with Rhea Ripley. Becky ended up pinning Liv to place herself in the WWE World Women’s Championship Match at WrestleMania XL against Rhea Ripley.

Winner: Becky Lynch via pinfall in 32:16.

WWE RAW Tag Team Title / WWE SmackDown Tag Team Title Match
The Judgment Day (Damian Priest & Finn Balor) (w/Dominik Mysterio) (c) vs. New Catch Republic (Pete Dunne & Tyler Bate)

The Match:

This match was an odd one on the card, as the Judgment Day have been figures on every WWE PLE for some time, but this match came across like a throwaway, despite it clearly being a big deal for the likes of Pete Dunne and Tyler Bate as a Tag Team to be challenging for the WWE Undisputed Tag Team Titles in a Stadium. We knew ahead of time where this was going, the Judgment Day did great work as heels as per usual, and retained in easy fashion after a great back and forth contest. Highlight of this match was just how much Dominik Mysterio was loathed by the fans, they were literally on his case the whole match, and apparently the Live feed had to be blacked out because the whole front row were flipping him off. Tremendous!

Winners: STILL WWE Undisputed World Tag Team Champions, The Judgment Day via pinfall in 17:25.

The Grayson Waller Effect with Cody Rhodes and Seth Rollins

Austin Theory was out here with Grayson, as Cody and Seth came out to have an obvious confrontation with Australia’s own, Grayson Waller, who came out to a big pop. Grayson Waller shared a ‘shoey’ with Australian mixed martial artist, Tai Tuivasa from UFC, who was enjoying the show in the front row. During this talking segment, Seth Rollins announced that he was almost medically cleared to return to action, which must be a relief for him. As we are leading to WrestleMania XL, Cody Rhodes issued a very bold challenge to The Rock after talking about what had happened recently, which was followed by Seth Rhodes saying Cody would not be alone in facing The Bloodline, alluding to some sort of Tag Team Match. Theory then grabbed the mic and nonsensically, but humorously, taunted Cody and Seth with The Rock’s catchphrases before they both laid him out to end the segment. This was good but honestly, the whole crowd thought The Rock was showing up so there’s no doubt this was a universal disappointment because of it.

WWE World Heavyweight Title #1 Contendership Elimination Chamber Match
Randy Orton vs. Bobby Lashley vs. Kevin Owens vs. Drew McIntyre vs. LA Knight vs. Logan Paul

The Match:

Time came for the Men’s Elimination Chamber Match and I would have to say this may have actually been the weakest match on the show. It certainly wasn’t as exciting as the Women’s one. Logan Paul was the shining star in this one and garnered strong heat from the audience, especially when he cost Randy Orton the match after Orton had eliminated Logan, and Kevin Owens. Drew was a standout as expected, and another standout was AJ Styles attacking L.A Knight during an injury spot with Bobby Lashley after his elimination, as they had been keeping the chamber door open, which gave AJ his opportunity to get in there and screw L.A Knight over. As mentioned, Logan Paul screwed Orton over which lead to McIntyre securing his WWE World Title Match with Seth Rollins at WrestleMania XL. I think the great thing about this angle is that nobody really knew what was going to happen here, it’s the first time in a long time with WWE that things just feel so ‘up in the air’ as it pertains to where a lot of these angles are headed into WrestleMania XL. I have a feeling Drew will lose to Seth again, but Damian Priest will finally cash in his Senor Money In The Bank contract to win the belt.

Winner: Drew McIntyre via pinfall in 36:55.

WWE Women’s World Title Match
Rhea Ripley (c) vs. Nia Jax

The Match:

I’m not just saying this because she’s Aussie, but I honestly thought this match was the Match of the Show. Yes, a Nia Jax match. Nia and Rhea really worked a great match here with Rhea working from under Nia most of the match, in true irresistable force meeting the immovable object fashion. They paced it tremendously well, they took their time, they built things up, and they had Rhea in peril in front of an audience that was 100% behind her. This would have literally been like Rob Van Dam Vs John Cena at ECW One Night Stand 2006. EVERYONE WAS BEHIND RHEA. Rhea eventually weathered the storm and hit Riptide to retain the WWE Women’s World Championship to a massive pop from the crowd, sending them home happy.

Winner: STILL WWE Women’s World Champion, Rhea Ripley via pinfall in 14:35.

Final Thoughts:

I had an amazing time at WWE Elimination Chamber here in Perth, and my apologies once again for the late review but I had to recover for a few days. I promise, you will hear more on my video review which will be coming tomorrow. It was harrowing! Again I really have to push that Rhea Ripley and Nia Jax won the show for me, and it proved to me that Nia really isn’t that bad, and I implore anybody how their to be her size and be any better, she does what she does on a level not many would be able to, and she plays that heel role perfectly! Tiffany Stratton was the top performer on the show, especially with her flip off the top of one of the pods, and she was clearly Australia’s sweetheart for the night, she could literally do no wrong! – and I have to also give some props to Logan Pauls heel work, and the general attitude of the Australian WWE Universe for their enthusiasm. This was a fun show, and a night I likely won’t ever forget.

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Karlifornia is a Freelance Journalist for RealProWrestling.Com and TheRockpit.Net and Host on the Insiders Edge Podcast through his YouTube channel, the WZWA Network. He has been a die hard Pro Wrestling fan since 1998, and his favorite time period in wrestling is the Attitude Era/Monday Night Wars.

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