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((WATCH>>STREAMS!)) WWE Elimination Chamber: Perth 2024 Live Free Online Broadcast 24 February 2024

WWE Elimination Chamber 2024 live stream tonight: How to watch online, start time, card. The landscape of WWE has changed dramatically since the Royal Rumble. New contenders have emerged, while injuries have affected plans. Now, WWE heads to Perth, Australia to produce the final Premium Live Event on the road to WrestleMania, Elimination Chamber, on February 24.

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In 2023, World Wrestling Entertainment saw some of the biggest changes ever in the company’s history. Despite having to distance themselves from the man who made much of it possible (multiple times actually), the promotion found itself growing well beyond its beginnings as the dominating wrestling territory of the northeastern United States from the 1950s to 1980s.

Now under the Endeavor Group Holdings umbrella as part of a new company called TKO, WWE is finally making their premium live event schedule as global as their worldwide fanbase. And with stops in France and Germany already on the horizon, it all starts with this year’s annual Elimination Chamber event in Perth, Australia on Saturday, February 24, 2024.

With Wrestlemania XL in Philadelphia, PA just around the corner, WWE Elimination Chamber is the last major stop on the Road to Wrestlemania. After this show, many WWE Superstars’ paths to the Showcase of the Immortals will be much clearer and the card for the biggest wrestling event of the year will finally start to take shape. But first, some of these competitors will have to survive one of the most demonic structures ever created.

Although, if you plan to watch this PLE live, it’s important to get your time zones straight. Elimination Chamber starts at 5:30 p.m. locally, but back in the company’s home country, that’s 5:00 a.m. EST/2:00 a.m. PST. Naturally, a replay will be available for those on that side of the world who want to sleep in a bit. However, if you want to catch all the action as it happens, we have all the information for you right here.

When and where is Elimination Chamber: Perth?

Elimination Chamber: Perth starts at 5 a.m. ET/2 a.m. PT on Saturday, February 24. Coverage begins at 4 a.m. ET/1 a.m. PT with the kickoff show. The site of Elimination Chamber 2024 is Optus Stadium in Perth, Western Australia.

Elimination Chamber: Perth 2024 match card

The men’s Elimination Chamber match includes Drew McIntyre, Randy Orton, Bobby Lashley, LA Knight, Kevin Owens, and Logan Paul. The winner faces Seth Rollins at WrestleMania for the World Heavyweight Championship. Meanwhile, the women’s Elimination Chamber match features Becky Lynch, Bianca Belair, Liv Morgan, Tiffany Stratton, Naomi, and Raquel Rodriguez. The winner will take on the winner of Rhea Ripley and Nia Jax for the Women’s World Championship.

View the entire card for the Elimination Chamber: Perth

Men’s Elimination Chamber match – winner receives a World Heavyweight Championship match at WrestleMania 40: Drew McIntyre vs. Randy Orton vs. Bobby Lashley vs. LA Knight vs. Kevin Owens vs. Logan Paul

Women’s Elimination Chamber match – winner receives a Women’s World Championship match at WrestleMania 40: Becky Lynch vs. Bianca Belair vs. Liv Morgan vs. Tiffany Stratton vs. Naomi vs. Raquel Rodriguez

Women’s World Championship: Rhea Ripley (c) vs. Nia Jax

Undisputed WWE Tag Team Championship: The Judgment Day (Finn Bálor and Damian Priest) (c) vs. New Catch Republic (Pete Dunne and Tyler Bate)

Seth “Freakin” Rollins and Cody Rhodes to appear on The Grayson Waller Effect

Before heading to Philadelphia for WrestleMania 40, the WWE is heading to the Land Down Under for Elimination Chamber: Perth. Raw and SmackDown superstars will be in Perth for the 14th Elimination Chamber event. It’s also the third consecutive Elimination Chamber outside of the U.S. — the previous two were held in Saudi Arabia and Canada.

The main events will be the men’s and women’s Elimination Chamber matches. Think of an Elimination Chamber like a steel cage match combined with Hell in a Cell. Six superstars are locked inside the chain-linked steel structure. Two superstars start inside the ring, while four participants are locked in pods against the chamber’s fence. One competitor is released from their pod every few minutes until all six are in the ring. There is no disqualification or count-outs. The only way to eliminate a competitor is by pinfall or elimination. The last person standing wins and receives a championship opportunity at WrestleMania.

Like the Royal Rumble, Money in the Bank, and Survivor Series, Elimination Chamber is headlined by the match that lends its name to the event. In an Elimination Chamber match, two WWE Superstars start the match in the ring while their four other opponents are locked inside plexiglass pods attached to a domed steel cage and released at regular intervals. When anyone is pinned or submits, they must exit the chamber and the last person standing is declared the winner.

This year, a victory means a shot at their division’s respective World Champion at Wrestlemania. For the men, they will take on the reigning WWE World Champion Seth “Freakin” Rollins. As for the women, either Rhea Ripley or Nia Jax will be waiting for them with the WWE Women’s World Championship. Both fields are stacked as Drew McIntyre, Randy Orton, Bobby Lashley, LA Knight, Kevin Owens, and current WWE United States Champion Logan Paul will battle it out in one match while Becky Lynch, Bianca Belair, Liv Morgan, Naomi, Tiffany Stratton, and Raquel Rodriguez make up the other. All 12 of these wrestlers are extremely talented and have what it takes to take on a world champion on the Grandest Stage of Them All. And as much as many fans would love to see The Prizefighter Owens and the recently returned Naomi get a crack at a title this year, it really seems like “The Man” and “The Scottish Warrior” will leave Perth as the winners.

Elsewhere on the card, Grayson Waller is bringing his explosive talk show The Grayson Waller Effect to his homeland with very special guests Seth Rollins and Cody Rhodes. The Architect and The American Nightmare have had their hands full lately with Roman Reigns, The Rock, and The Bloodline. Could the Tribal Chief and the People’s Champ have something in store for his Wrestlemania opponent and the World Champion? With it being the first WWE PLE in Australia, we’re almost certainly getting a few surprises and this could certainly be one of them.

However, one of the biggest surprises could come in the form of the Undisputed WWE Tag Team Championship match. The Judgment Day’s Damian Priest and Finn Balor are set to defend their titles against British Strong Style’s Tyler Bate and Pete Dunne. The Bruiserweight and the Big Strong Boi are no strangers to high-stakes PLEs as they were a part of the inaugural WWE United Kingdom Championship Tournament and they tore the house down at the Allstate Arena in Chicago, IL at NXT Takeover Chicago in 2017. As someone who was there, I can tell you that Bate and Dunne have an amazing chemistry whether they’re facing together or teaming up. And now that they’ve become even more seasoned since their early WWE careers, there is some great potential for them to have a real banger with Balor and Priest. No matter who wins (and thanks to “Dirty” Dominick Mysterio and JD McDonagh, it very well could be The Prince and Señor Money in the Bank), this tag match could be the one that everyone is talking about the next day. And even if it’s not, the faction should still be standing tall and basking in their glory as native Aussie and dominant Women’s World Champion Rhea Ripley will surely walk into Optus Stadium to a massive reaction to welcome her home after an extended time away, followed by an even larger uproar when she inevitably defeats her challenger Nia Jax.

The event features two Elimination Chamber matches. A wrestling ring is surrounded by a chain-linked steel structure. Six competitors are in the match. Four are in pods, and two start things off in the ring. The wrestlers in pods enter the contest after a set timer. The only way to win is by pinning or submitting every competitor until one participant is left.

Also set to compete at the event is Rhea Ripley. The 27-year-old from Adelaide defends the Women's World Title against Nia Jax, who attacked her several weeks ago on Raw. Can Ripley get the win in front of family and friends?

The Elimination Chamber format begins with two WWE superstars in the ring and four enclosed in pods that open at equally timed intervals, unleashing one more wrestler at a time. When a wrestler is pinned or submits, he or she is eliminated until just one is left standing.

The men’s WWE Elimination Chamber event will feature superstars LA Knight, Bobby Lashley, Drew McIntyre, Randy Orton, Kevin Owens and Logan Paul with the winner set to be the top contender to face Seth “Freakin” Rollins at Wrestlemania on April 6-7.

The women’s WWE Elimination Chamber will feature Naomi, Bianca Belair, Becky Lynch, Live Morgan, Raquel Rodriguez and Tiffany Stratton. The winner will have the right to challenge the Women’s World Champion at Wrestlemania in Philadelphia.

The Elimination Chamber continues the Road to WrestleMania. The winner of the actual Elimination Chamber matches will go on to challenge for a WWE championship. This year, the stories are more stacked than usual. Each person in the match has a history with the champion or at least someone else in the chamber.

With WWE Elimination Chamber: Perth, WWE runs its first Australian show since a three-date non-televised tour of the country back in 2019. And leading the charge this time around, it's Rhea Ripley, the Australian powerhouse who defends her Women's World Championship against Nia Jax.

Away from Rhea, the other big matches at the Elimination Chamber are obviously the two Chamber matches themselves. The winner of the six-women Chamber bout will earn themselves a shot at either Ripley or Jax at WrestleMania XL, whilst the winner of the men's Elimination Chamber gets themselves a crack at the World Heavyweight Championship held by Seth Rollins.

Filling up the rest of this relatively small card, it's Ripley's Judgment Day buddies Damian Priest and Finn Balor defending their Undisputed WWE Tag Team Championships against plucky British bruisers Pete Dunne and Tyler Bate.

While Seth Rollins won't be competing in the squared circle at WWE Elimination Chamber, Rollins and Cody Rhodes will be guests on a special edition of The Grayson Waller Effect. With Rollins and Rhodes seeming on the verge of a WrestleMania XL tag match against Roman Reigns and The Rock, this should certainly be a segment that draws in plenty of eyes.


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