WEE : Curiosities and statistics: WWE Elimination Chamber 2021

No more Elimination Chambers for 2021, ladies and gentlemen. The final pay-per-view before WrestleMania 37 is over and the way is now paved for the biggest night of the year. But not without leaving some points to review. The theme of the event itself allows multiple data, which if we add to what happened, gives us a lot of cloth to cut.

But first, a quick step up the Gorilla Position! We already know who the last man standing within the demonic structure was, but you don’t want to miss the best of all time in the unusual ranking of the best fighters in history according to WWE.

What was the top 50 of the greatest Superstars of all time according to the self-titled DVD that WWE released in 2010? Who got the first place, and who make up the podium? Was Randy Orton really outdone by… Fabulous Moolah? Is it true that Hulk Hogan didn’t rank in the top 20? What stars were conspicuous by their absence? In what position did The Undertaker fall? Also, you won’t be able to believe where John Cena is!

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► Curiosities and statistics: WWE Elimination Chamber 2021

For the first time in history, every competitor to the Elimination Chamber for the WWE Championship had the title they competed for. The Miz won his second WWE Championship. On both occasions he did so by exchanging the Money in the Bank briefcase. In 2011 he came to WrestleMania as a monarch. Will it be able to repeat the feat this year?
Furthermore, Miz accomplished an unprecedented feat: He is the first wrestler to win all WWE titles twice (Double Grand Slam). In addition to winning the Intercontinental, United States and Couples Championships, he now adds another WWE title. The two Canadians, Kevin Owens and Sami Zayn, made their debut in a homonymous match within the PPV. Daniel Bryan, Edge, Triple H and John Cena are the only Superstars to win more than one match within the unforgivable structure. The Elimination Chamber was held 28 times. 21 were for Championships, six for a title shot at WrestleMania and the remaining one for a title shot on the same night: Roman Reigns vs. Daniel Bryan.
All six participants in the WWE title match had already competed in the Elimination Chamber before. The first time something like this happened was in 2011, and it also featured Randy Orton and Sheamus. After the PPV, these are the records inside the cage for: Sheamus (0-5), Jeff Hardy (0-4), AJ Styles (0-3), Drew McIntyre (1-1), Randy Orton (1- 7) and Kofi Kingston (1-5). McIntyre is the least experienced in this type of combat.
Matt Riddle is the fifth man to win the United States Championship in a triple threat. The last one had been Dolph Ziggler in 2017. Bobby Lashley now has a 4-5 triple threat record. His last victory had been in 2019, when he became Intercontinental Champion. Despite participating in four Chambers (including this last one), Cesaro was only able to register his first elimination last night by making King Corbin perform with the Sharpshooter.

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