WWE pay-per-view event Elimination Chamber 2021 concluded with two stunning outcomes on Sunday. In the build-up to WrestleMania 37, the Elimination Chamber turned out to be a cracker of an event with the two titleholders Drew McIntyre and Roman Reigns ending the night on a negative note. Edge made an emphatic return to announce his WrestleMania 37 opponent.
Fatal 4-Way match: John Morrison defeated Elias, Mustafa Ali and Ricochet by pinfall to replace Keith Lee in the United States Championship match.
Daniel Bryan won the Universal Championship No. 1 Contender’s Elimination Chamber match.
Roman Reigns defeated Bryan by submission to retain the title.
Riddle defeated Bobby Lashley and Morrison by pinfall to win the United States Championship.
Nia Jax and Shayna Baszler defeated Sasha Banks and Bianca Belair by pinfall to retain the WWE Women’s Tag Team Championships.
Drew McIntyre won the WWE Championship Elimination Chamber match to retain the title.
The Miz cashed in Money in the Bank contract and defeated McIntyre by pinfall to win the WWE Championship.
In the Elimination Chamber match – Drew McIntyre vs Randy Orton vs Kofi Kingston vs Sheamus vs Jeff Hardy vs AJ Styles – McIntyre had to fight it out against five other opponents and defend his WWE Championship title. Despite all odds, McIntyre did it in style.
In the match, Kingston first eliminated Orton via pinfall. It was Sheamus who eliminated Kingston next via pinfall. Then McIntyre eliminated Hardy via pinfall. With three remaining, Styles then eliminated Sheamus via pinfall. McIntyre countered with a Claymore to knock Styles out of mid-air and retain the title.
Post the Elimination Chamber match, Booby Lashley attacked McIntyre and floored him. As a result, Miz cashed in his Money in the Bank contract to win the WWE title from McIntyre.
Roman Reigns despite defending his WWE Universal title against Daniel bryan, copped a blow in his mid-section from Edge’s spear. Edge then pointed to the WrestleMania sign which meant he will be up against Reigns for the Universal title.