The second WWE Pay-Per-view of 2014 is scheduled for Sunday night with Elimination Chamber taking place in Minneapolis. For many fans, it will be the final WWE event they ever order on PPV.
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Elimination can be purchased on TV for $49.95 in standard definition and $54.95 in HD. Fans can order it online at wwe.com for $44.99
While the actual PPV is scheduled to begin at 8 p.m. ET, the pre-show starts at 7:30 p.m. ET. The tag team of Cody Rhodes and Goldust will take on Ryback and Curtis Axel. Viewers can watch the pre-show for free with a live stream on wwe.com or with the WWE app.
Three titles will be on the line at the event. Randy Orton will defend the WWE World Heavyweight Championship in the only match set to be held in the Elimination Chamber structure. He’s the favorite to hold off John Cena, Sheamus, Daniel Bryan, Cesaro and Christian.
Big E will defend the Intercontinental title against Jack Swagger, and the New Age Outlaws will put their tag team titles on the line against the Usos. Dean Ambrose won’t defend the Unites States Championship. He’s set to take on the Wyatt Family with the rest of The Shield.
Batista will participate if his first televised singles match since returning to the WWE. He’s expected to beat Alberto Del Rio. Darren Young has a match with Titus O’Neil. The Primetime Players broke up shortly after the Royal Rumble, when O’Neil turned heel.
Two of the WWE”s biggest stars who fought at the Royal Rumble aren’t scheduled to be in attendance Sunday. Even though the PPV will be in Brock Lesnar’s hometown, he’s not billed on the match card. CM Punk still hasn’t appeared on WWE TV since he walked out on the night after the Rumble.
Notable names that don’t have a match scheduled are the Big Show, Mark Henry, Kofi Kingston and Rey Mysterio.