WWE Chamber: Men's Elimination Chamber
Submitted by Aaron Rift on 02/17/2019 at 09:38 PM

Here are the notes and results of the men's Elimination Chamber match at the 2019 WWE Elimination Chamber PPV:

- Daniel Bryan cut a promo before the match and complained about starting things. The referees had Rowan go to the back.

- Bryan started the match with Samoa Joe and stalled for time. Joe worked over Bryan for most of the period.

- Kingston came out next and got some offense on Joe. Kofi climbed up the chamber wall and then fell down onto Joe and Bryan.

- AJ Styles was the next to enter the match. Bryan was climbing the wall and AJ hit a phenomenal forearm. AJ hit a phenomenal forearm on Joe and Joe was pinned.

- Jeff Hardy came out and hit a swanton off the top rope onto AJ who was laying across the top rope. Bryan hit a running knee and pinned Hardy.

- Orton came out last. AJ went for a phenomenal forearm but Orton hit an RKO and pinned AJ.

- Kofi pinned Orton with the Trouble in Paradise.

- Kofi got a nearfall on Bryan with the SOS.

- Kofi had momentum until he crashed into the chamber pod. Bryan hit the running knee but Kofi kicked out.

- Bryan got the LeBelle lock on but Kofi got to the ropes. The crowd chanted "this is awesome."

- The two ended up on top of the of the pod. They slammed each other into the glass. Bryan got knocked off and Kofi went for a big splash but he missed. Bryan hit the running knee and retained the title. Kofi got a standing ovation after the match as the other New Day members came out to check on him.

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