WWE Elimination Chamber 2019: Start Time, How to Watch, Full Game Map, etc.




The WWE Elimination Chamber 2019 is taking place today in Houston, Texas. Elimination Chamber 2019 is the continuation of the Wrestlemania season, which started last month at Royal Rumble and ends at Wrestlemania 35 on April 7th in New Jersey. The 2019 Elimination Chamber will also crown the first-ever Women's Team WWE Champion. Check out the specific start times and current game map below. We will continue to fill it as we add games.

Also be sure to check CBS Sports' coverage of Elimination Chamber and their forecasts.

Departure times

Elimination Chamber 2019 is taking place in Houston, Texas, today. The show starts at 4 pm PT. If you are a WWE Network subscriber – at $ 9.99 a month, but free for a month for new subscribers – you can watch it live for free. Otherwise, you will need to contact your local cable company and pay a separate monitoring fee. There will also be a launch show to broadcast live from 15h. PT on the WWE YouTube channel and the WWE network before the start of the actual broadcast.


WWE Champion Daniel Bryan, with his new naturally fallen oak and hemp belt, will defend his title against five more this Sunday.


Match map

  • Raw Women's Championship Match: Ronda Rousey vs. Ruby Riott
  • Match against the women's playoffs: Nia Jax and Tamina against Squad Riott (Live Morgan and Sarah Logan) against Mandy Rose and Sonya Deville against IIconics (Peyton Royce and Billie Kay) against Sasha Banks and Bayley against Naomi and Carmella
  • WWE World Championship Elimination Chamber Match: Daniel Bryan vs. AJ Styles vs. Samoa Joe vs. Randy Orton vs. Kofi Kingston vs. Jeff Hardy
  • SmackDown Team Championship Match: The Miz & Shane McMahon vs. Usos
  • Intercontinental Championship Match: Bobby Lashley and Lio Rush vs. Finn Balor
  • Cruiserweight Championship Match: Buddy Murphy vs. Akira Tozawa (Kickoff Show match)
  • Baron Corbin vs. Braun Strowman in a match "No DQ"


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