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Randy Orton, pictured at WWE SummerSlam at Barclays Center on Aug. 23, 2015 in New York City, is set to face Bray Wyatt at WrestleMania 33. Getty Images

Following the conclusion of WWE Elimination Chamber 2017 Sunday night, there are no more “SmackDown Live” exclusive pay-per-views scheduled before WrestleMania 33. Not only did multiple titles change hands at the event, but seeds were planted for several matches at WWE’s biggest show of the year.

The PPV saw two wrestlers that have been in WWE for a few years win their first ever singles titles. John Cena entered Elimination Chamber as the WWE Champion, but his 16th world title reign proved to be a short one. Alexa Bliss dropped the SmackDown Women’s Championship, having held the title for a little over two months.

Here are the complete results for every match on the Elimination Chamber 2017 card:

WWE Championship Elimination Chamber Match

After nearly four years on the main roster, Bray Wyatt is finally the WWE Champion. He hit AJ Styles with Sister Abigail to end one of the best Elimination Chamber matches in recent memory. Bray also eliminated John Cena, who was among the final three wrestlers left standing. Bray’s win likely sets up a WWE Championship match between himself and Randy Orton at WrestleMania 33, and the main event also might have established two other WrestleMania feuds.

Intercontinental Champion Dean Ambrose rolled up Baron Corbin to score the first elimination, but his time in the match would soon come to an end. An irate Corbin attacked Ambrose and allowed The Miz to get an easy pinfall, possibly setting up a WrestleMania match between Corbin and Ambrose. The Miz was pinned by Cena minutes later, giving more credence to the rumor that they’ll meet in Orlando on April 2.

Winner: Bray Wyatt

SmackDown Women’s Champion Alexa Bliss vs. Naomi

Pinning Alexa Bliss for the third time in the last few weeks, Naomi became the third woman to ever win the SmackDown Women’s Championship. Bliss’ heel tactics weren’t enough to get her the win, and Naomi got the pin after countering Bliss’ finisher. It’s the first singles title of Naomi’s career, and she could defend her championship at WrestleMania in her hometown.

Winner: Naomi

Luke Harper vs. Randy Orton

Harper appears to be out of The Wyatt Family for the time being, and he showed what he can do as a singles wrestler. The two WWE superstars had one of Sunday’s best matches, competing for nearly 20 minutes. It looked like Harper might pull off the upset after countering multiple RKO attempts and landing consecutive superkicks. But Orton eventually hit his finisher for the victory, and he’ll head to the main event of WrestleMania on a PPV winning streak.

Winner: Randy Orton

Nikki Bella vs. Natalya

Nikki and Natalya had one of the best matches of the night, but it did little to resolve their feud. The match ended when both wrestlers were counted out, and Natalya attacked Nikki later in the night when she was being interviewed.

Winner: Double Count-out

SmackDown Tag Team Championship Turmoil Match

After Breezango, The Vaudevillains, Heath Slater and Rhyno and The Usos were eliminated in that order, the match came down to American Alpha and The Ascension. Despite being attacked by The Usos just minutes earlier, Chad Gable and Jason Jordan were able to hit Grand Amplitude and retain their titles.

Winner: American Alpha

Becky Lynch vs. Mickie James

Mickie is still looking for her first big win since returning to WWE. It looked like she might get the victory after landing a Mick Kick, but Becky found a way to roll up her opponent for the win.

Winner: Becky Lynch

Apollo Crews & Kalisto vs. Dolph Ziggler (2-on-1 Handicap Match)

The match was basically a microcosm of what Ziggler’s heel turn has been. He attacked Kalisto before the match began, and he injured Apollo Crews when the match was finished. But Ziggler still picked up the loss, and he won’t be in a marquee WrestleMania match.

Winner: Apollo Crews & Kalisto

Mojo Rawley vs. Curt Hawkins (Kickoff Match)

Rawley defeated Hawkins, looking to kick off a successful run as a singles wrestler, now that his tag team partner is out with an injury for the foreseeable future.

Winner: Mojo Rawley