WWE Spoilers: Ambulance Match Announced for WWE Elimination Chamber

The 3rd annual WWE Elimination Chamber will come to you, live on pay-per-view, on February 19 from the Bradley Center in Milwaukee, WI. As announced on RAW, an Ambulance Match will take place at the event. An Ambulance Match is a no disqualification, no count-out, no pinfall, and no submission match where the only way to win is to put your opponent in an ambulance and shutting the doors. Here is the updated card:

  • WWE Championship: Elimination Chamber Match: CM Punk (c) vs. Chris Jericho (last entrant) vs. Dolph Ziggler vs. The Miz vs. R-Truth vs. Kofi Kingston
  • World Heavyweight Championship: Elimination Chamber Match: Daniel Bryan (c) vs. Big Show vs. Wade Barrett vs. Randy Orton vs. Cody Rhodes vs. The Great Khali
  • Ambulance Match: John Cena vs. Kane

What do you think of the Ambulance Match at WWE Elimination Chamber? Post your comments in the box below.

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