No Disqualification Match Added To Elimination Chamber
Baron Corbin and Braun Strowman collide once again at Elimination Chamber this weekend after their interesting encounter at TLC: Tables, Ladders, and Chairs last year when Corbin’s position as Interim General Manager was on the line.
This match has been building for a while, since it was Corbin who cost Strowman his Universal Championship match at the Royal Rumble last month and the duo have since been playing a dangerous game of cat and mouse on Monday Night RAW.
Drew McIntyre will also be a huge factor in this equation since he’s been behind Corbin from the beginning and now that WWE has added a no-disqualification stipulation to the match it appears that Corbin could be getting some help to slay the Monster Among Men this Sunday night.
Braun Strowman took full advantage of the no-disqualification rule back at TLC but this time around it could be Corbin taking advantage and evening the score.
Future Plans For The Women’s Tag Team Championships
The women of WWE will battle it out inside the Elimination Chamber on Sunday night to crown the first ever Women’s Tag Team Champions and it appears that the title will be cross-branded moving forward.
WWE has allowed a number of stars to appear on both brands in recent weeks including Becky Lynch and Charlotte Flair which shows that the company is being less strict with the brand split.
According to WrestleVotes, the plan is for the women’s division to be spread over the two brands moving forward and the Women’s Tag Team Championships will be defended on both brands, but this isn’t something that is expected weekly.
It was obvious that the titles would be available for both brands since women from SmackDown and RAW are battling for the titles this weekend, but it was thought that they would instead be defended at pay-per-views, which are now dual-branded.