WWE: Two huge matches CONFIRMED for RAW ahead of Elimination Chamber

Ruben Ruiz
February 21, 2018

Asuka takes on Nia Jax in a singles match at the Elimination Chamber pay-per-view on February 25.

Braun Strowman, Roman Reigns, Seth Rollins, Finn Balor, Elias, John Cena and The Miz all competed in a gauntlet match that started at the top of the show and didn't come to an end until Raw was nearly in to its third hour.

Gauntlet Match: Match #2: Seth Rollins def. John Cena by pin following the Curb Stomp to advance. Look for Finn Balor to possibly pin The Miz, setting up an Intercontinental Title match in New Orleans. Braun Strowman then defeated Miz to win the Gauntlet. The RAW exclusive pay per view will see two chamber matches involving women superstars for the very first time. The Bar match for the WWE Raw Tag Team Championship through 'Raw Fallout'.

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With two hours of action in just one match, the rest of Raw featured WWE women's champion Alexa Bliss in the main event teaming with Mandy Rose and Sonya DeVille against Sasha Banks, Mickie James and Bayley. The victor will go on to challenge for the Universal Championship at WrestleMania 34.

In addition to that, the match would go even longer, passing Waldo Von Erich vs. Bruno Sammartino's 81 minutes to reach the longest match in WWE history at one hour, 47 minutes. Finally, he says that he's turning Raw back into Monday Night Rollins and he wants to be the man again... Join me for live coverage of the Elimination Chamber event on Sunday beginning with the Kickoff Show at 6CT/7ET.

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