The WWE is holding their next pay-per-view in February at the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas with the Elimination Chamber on Feb. 25. Every year, the Elimination Chamber has a huge, brutal and violent match in a chamber built out of steel, with bars and chains surrounding the structure. On "Monday Night Raw" this week, the WWE announced that they will hold their first-ever women's Elimination Chamber match.
While the men's match will determine who the number one contender to Brock Lesnar's world title is, the women's Elimination Chamber match will be for the "Monday Night Raw" women's title. Alexa Bliss will go into the cage and put her title on the line against five other women in the elimination match where the sole survivor will walk out as the "Raw" women's champion.
The way that the Elimination Chamber match works is that two wrestlers start off in the ring wrestling while the other four are in locked pods. Every five minutes, a countdown will occur and a pod will randomly unlock and that wrestler joins the match. Anytime a wrestler is pinned or submits, they are eliminated from the match and eliminations can happen at any time, even if there are still wrestlers waiting to enter from the pods.
This is one of many ways that the WWE is trying to make history with the women wrestlers. They had their first Royal Rumble match in January and there are rumors that the Ronda Rousey signing will mean they will headline WrestleMania for the first time this year.
AXS has tickets available for the WWE Elimination Chamber pay-per-view right now (buy tickets here). prices for this special Las Vegas wrestling event on Feb. 25 run between $32.25 and $550. The event will also air on the WWE Network.