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Our reviews of WWE: Elimination Chamber 2011 (published April 9th, 2011), WWE: Elimination Chamber 2012 (published June 6th, 2012), and WWE: Satan's Prison (published September 10th, 2010) are also available.
No one can escape the Elimination Chamber!
Before sending wrestling's top superstars to WrestleMania, the WWE first sends them into big steel cages. WWE: Elimination Chamber 2010 features two matches during which twelve athletes fight their way toward the two most desired titles. Here's what this pay-per-view has to offer:
• Sheamus vs. John Cena vs. Kofi Kingston vs. Randy Orton vs.
Triple H vs. Ted DiBiase in an Elimination Chamber Match for the WWE
• Drew McIntyre vs. Kane in a Intercontinental Championship
• Gail Kim & Maryse vs. Michelle McCool & Layla in a
Divas Tag Team Match
• The Miz vs. MVP in a United States Championship Match
• Undertaker vs. John Morrison vs. Chris Jericho vs. Rey Mysterio
vs. CM Punk vs. R-Truth in an Elimination Chamber Match for the World
This time around, someone decided to add more than just one clip to the bonus section on the DVD, but as much as I hate to say this, that someone's efforts didn't work out that well. Besides a pointless montage of a few shots showcasing the feud between Shawn Michaels and the Undertaker, the extra material includes a silly backstage interview with Chris Jericho and a quick clip from an episode of Raw. Nothing interesting here. Technically, this DVD performs well enough, offering viewers a crisp full-frame presentation with good sound.
Aside from two satisfying Elimination Chamber matches, this WWE pay-per-view disappoints. That's really all there is to say. Let's hope this year's WrestleMania will positively surprise us.
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