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How to Watch the 2019 WWE Elimination Chamber Online

Written by Gabriela Vatu
Published on February 15, 2019

Wrestling fans have a big weekend coming, as the Elimination Chamber is scheduled to hit the screens. If you really want to watch the Elimination Chamber online, we're here to help.

The WWE Elimination Chamber 2019 will take place on Sunday, February 17th. The event will be held in Houston, Texas and it will be covered online over on the WWE Network. The Elimination Chamber is scheduled to start at 7 PM ET/ 4 PM PT.

Wrestlemania season kicked off back in January with the Royal Rumble and it will continue until April when the Wrestlemania 35 is scheduled. Until then, however, there are plenty of events to follow, including the Elimination Chamber. This time around, they'll also crown the first ever Women's Tag-Team Champions, so it's certainly going to be quite exciting to watch.

The WWE Network is available as a TV station via various cable providers around the world, but when it comes to the online stream, the service works almost everywhere, as the platform is available in about 170 countries.

How to Watch the 2019 Elimination Chamber Online: Using a VPN

While it's true that the WWE Network website works pretty much anywhere in the world, it's not "EVERYWHERE" in the world. This means that there are a bunch of countries left off the list, so we need to come up with a plan for those times when you visit a country that didn't make their list.

The short version is that the answer to all your problems in such an event is a VPN. VPNs can be used to spoof your IP address, which means they are the ideal tools to bypass blockades of any kind. If you don't already have such a tool, we strongly recommend you get ExpressVPN. Over the years we've reviewed dozens of VPNs, but we keep coming back to this one, using it on a daily basis. It has thousands of servers to choose from, top security features, and some privacy perks too. Let's see what steps you need to take in order to watch the Elimination Chamber on WWE Network, no matter what corner of the world you go to.

How to Watch Elimination Chamber: Using WWE Network

Nowadays, it's easier than ever to watch your favorite things online. After all, we already use the Internet for pretty much anything else in the world, like chatting with our friends, reading the news, working and doing research for school, watching movies and TV shows, and more. So, watching TV also works online these days. For regular channels, there are loads of live TV streaming platforms, but many also have their own platforms, like the WWE Network.

The WWE Network offers users the chance to watch loads of content both as on-demand and as a live stream. Plus, you get access to pay-per-view events at no additional cost. This means that as soon as you sign up for the WWE Network you can enjoy events like the Elimination Chamber without any restrictions.

The platform works on a wide range of platforms, starting with iOS and Android, PS3 and PS3, Xbox 360, Xbox One, Amazon Kindle Fire, and more. For instance, you can enjoy it directly via your Smart TV, but also via Android TV, Amazon Fire TV, Apple TV, Chromecast, Roku, TiVo, Blu-Ray Players and more. It pretty much works on any device you may have at home.

Signing up for the WWE Network costs $9.99 per month, which isn't too much considering how much content you're getting. You have a full free month to test it out and if you feel like it would be a waste of money by the end of the free trial, you can always cancel without even getting charged.


What's the Elimination Chamber Match Card?

Multiple fights will go live on February 17th, so you're going to see a lot of WWE stars.

  • Baron Corbin vs. Baun Strowman
  • Raw Women's Championship match: Ronda Rousey vs. Ruby Riott
  • Women's Tag Team Championship Elimination Chamber Match: Nia Jax & Tamina vs. The Riott Squad (Live Morgan & Sarah Logan) vs. Mandy Mose & Sony Deville vs. The Ilconics (Peyton Royce & Billie Kay) vs. Sasha Banks & Bayley vs. Naomi & 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 Tag Team Championship match: The Miz & Shane McMahon vs. The Usos
  • Intercontinental Championship Match - Bobby Lashley & Lio Rush vs. Finn Balor
  • Buddy Murphy vs. Akira Tozawa

What Time Does the WWE Elimination Chamber Start?

The WWE Elimination Chamber is scheduled to begin at 8 PM ET on February 17th, but the kickoff show will begin at 7 PM ET, so you can check in whenever you see fit, according to your schedule.

Who Is the Highest Paid WWE Wrestler?

According to a Forbes report, John Cena leads the list after earning more than $10 million in 2017. He is followed by Brock Lesnar with earnings of $6.5 million and Roman Reigns with $4.3 million. The sums include salary, cuts from WWE revenue, and merchandise sales.

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