Match 1: Alberto Del Rio v. Kofi Kingston
After several minutes into the match, Kofi missed an attempt at Trouble in Paradise, but was able to stun Del Rio into a temporary haze and came off with a big cross body from the top rope. However Del Rio dropped back with his knees up, having Kofi land on them. Del Rio took advantage but was once again fought off by Kofi, who managed to hit Del Rio with a drop kick from the top rope. When Del Rio escaped the pin attempt the two men exchanged advantages quickly with both men nailing each other with several moves, trying to pin the other, but it wasn’t until Del Rio was able to hook the arm bar on Kofi, who, to his credit, fought it as long as he could, that the match ended when Kofi tapped out.
Winner: Alberto Del Rio
Kane, Drew and Barrett came out and entered the pods. Teddy Long came out and introduced Ziggler’s replacement as the Big Show. Then Edge and Rey Mysterio came out as the two men who would start the match.
Match 2: Edge v. Drew McIntyre v. Rey Mysterio v. Wade Barrett v. Kane v. Big Show (Elimination Chamber for the World Championship)
For the first 5 minutes of the match Rey and Edge exchanged holds, moves and counter moves. After the 5 minute period, Wade Barrett entered the match next. Before he could get too much of an advantage, Rey and Edge double teamed him, but as soon as Barrett was down, Edge threw Rey through the ropes onto the steel grate on the side of the chamber. Barrett snuck up behind Edge and took him down, then went after Rey nailing him with a pump handle slam. After whipping Rey chest first into the corner, Barrett turned his attention once again to Edge. When he whipped Edge into the ropes, Edge stopped himself and tossed the charging Barrett onto the steel grate. As Rey hit Edge with the drop kick, Barrett attacked him and tried to power slam Rey on the steel grate, but Rey hung on to the chamber chains, and flipped Barrett into the ring where Barrett fell into the ropes, but as Rey went for the 619, Edge hit him with a big boot and took control of the match. This was just in time for Kane to enter the match and wipe out all three men with uppercuts. Kane resisted all efforts to fight off, and continued to stay on the offense, exchanging which of his opponents he was assaulting. He stayed on offense until Rey caught him with a big drop kick, allowing for all three men to hit Kane with kicks leaving him laying on the mat. Once Kane was down, Barrett took out Edge and Rey with a double clothesline. as they did him. This was Kane’s chance to get back into the swing of things as he launched another assault on his opponents. Barrett finally fought back, but not for long, smashing Barrett’s face into the chains. While Kane was handing out beatings, Drew McIntyre entered the match and threw Rey into one of the empty pods. Then he teamed with Barrett to beat up on Kane, and as Barrett was stepping through the ropes into the ring, Drew kicked the ropes and then violently launched Barrett into another one of the empty pods, back first, sending Barrett falling through the plastic glass. Drew then went after Edge, attempting to pin him, but was not successful. Edge surprised Drew with a kick to the stomach, and an impaler DDT. Edge then went to spear Drew, but Kane stepped behind him and caught Edge with a choke. Rey intervened, knocking Kane down, but as he was going for the 619, Kane moved out of the way, then threw Rey head first into a pod. Kane and Edge then took each other out with big boots, and as Kane got back up, Big Show entered the match. After beating down everyone Show chased Barrett who did his best to escape from Show. But he was caught as he choked Barrett and threw Barrett threw yet another pod. Show continued his assault throwing Barrett into the glass, then nailing Barrett with a fist, knocking him out and pinning him to eliminate Barrett from the match. As Show got up, Kane hit him with a top rope clothesline, then Edge landed a cross body on Show, and Drew picked him up only to hit him with a DDT. When Show struggled to his feet, Rey came off the top of one of the pods, to take show down and attempted a pin. He was thrown off by Show clear across the ring. The rest of the competitors then took turns hitting Show with their finishers, ending up with Kane choke slamming Show, and pinning him. Shortly after he disposed of Drew in a similar manner. Now Rey and Edge were working together to try to eliminate Kane, and for a time were successful, until Kane reversed things. This didn’t last however, as Rey was able to flip Kane into the ropes and hit him with the 619. Rey came off the top ropes on Kane but was caught on Kane’s shoulders, and tried to flip Kane over, but Kane stopped him leaving Rey hanging off his shoulders upside down. This was a great opportunity for Kane to hit the spear and pinned Kane. An angry Kane choke slammed Edge and Rey several times before he finally left the ring. A beaten and bruised Edge and Rey lay in the middle of the ring as they both struggled to their feet. When they finally did, Edge missed a spear, getting rolled up by Rey who was not able to pin the champion. When Rey tried a running flip off the ropes, he was slammed down by Edge who went for the pin, but Rey kicked out. The two continued to perform maneuvers and countering each others offense. Edge caught Rey coming off the top rope and power slammed him down, but Rey kicked out of the attempted pin. Edge tried another power bomb, but was flipped into the ropes by Rey who went for the 619, but was caught by Edge who slammed him to the mat and locked in a vicious submission leg lock on him. Rey escaped, as Edge went for another spear and missed, but quickly turned and hit Rey with an unexpected spear. Edge went for the pin, but Rey shocked everyone by kicking out. Rey was able to get up and kick Edge into the ropes, hitting him with 619. Now Edge shocked everyone by kicking out. Rey was able to hit Edge with another 619, and headed to the top rope for a body splash, but as he was coming down, Edge popped up quickly hitting Rey with a mid-air spear, pinning Rey for the win, becoming the first man to ever retain a championship in the Elimination chamber. Alberto Del Rio suddenly appeared, beating on Edge, and locking in the arm breaker on Edge. As he refused to let go, Christian appeared and assaulted Del Rio in the ring. Multiple officials had to come in to hold a irate Christian back, but he broke free, hitting Del Rio with the Kill Switch Engage finisher.
Booker T got in the ring and introduced one of his fellow trainers for the upcoming new season of Tough Enough, Trish Stratus. After making a silly impersonation of the Rock, Trish said she was there to see Jerry Lawler.
Match 3: Kozlov & Santino v. The Corre (Tag Team Championship)
Justin Gabriel & Heath Slater won the tag team champions after Gabriel hit Kozlov with a 450 splash from the top rope.
Winners: The Corre (new tag team champions)
Vicki Guerrero came out and tried to explain that Dolph attacked Teddy Long as a way of proving to her that he loved her, and that he is very sorry. She pleaded with the crowd to convince Teddy Long to rehire Dolph. Teddy Long came out and said he was in a hiring mood. But before Vicki got too excited he said that he did not hire Dolph back, but he did hire someone back to thank Vicki for all her time as general manager. This prompted Kelly Kelly to come out and chase down Vicki around and into the ring, where she beat down Vicki, until Lay Cool got in the ring to help Vicki, and assaulted Kelly. As they beat up Kelly on the outside, Trish Stratus came out to chase them off. As Trish turned to check on Kelly, Lay Cool attacked her, but Trish fought back, nailing Michelle with the Chick Kick and flipping Layla of the middle ropes. She then hit Michelle with a rope bounce bulldog, leaving Lay Cool laying in the middle of the ring.
Match 4: The Miz v. Jerry “The King” Lawler (WWE Championship match)
After repeated distractions and interferences, the ref finally ejected Alex Riley from ring side. As the match carried on, Michael Cole got more and more vocal, which Lawler paid him back for by throwing the Miz into him. Lawler was able to hit the Miz with a DDT after escaping the Skull Crushing Finale, and then dropping the mid rope fist on the Miz, and looked like he had the title won, but the Miz put his foot on the ropes. Lawler the Miz up for the pile driver, but Miz reversed, causing both men to roll around reversing pin fall attempts on each other, but as they finally both got to their feet, the Miz was able to hit the Skull Crushing Finale for the winning pin. Michael Cole came into the ring to raise Miz’s hand and helped him celebrate. As Lawler was leaving ringside, Michael Cole was mouthing off again, calling Lawler and embarrassment to the WWE.
Winner: The Miz
Match 5: John Cena v. R-Truth v. John Morrison v. Shamus v. Randy Orton v. CM Punk (Elimination Chamber for the WWE title shot at Wrestlemania)
Orton, R-Truth, Punk & Cena came out and filled the pods. Morrison and Shamus would be the first two men to start the match. After the first period of the match which saw Morrison use the chamber as part of his offense, Orton entered the match immediately taking out both men. He threw Morrison threw the empty pod and DDTed Shamus on the metal grate outside the ropes. Orton also superplexed Morrison across the ring from the top rope and did the same to Shamus only moments later. Until the next entrant, Punk came in, Orton never lost his offense. Punk was so eager to get out, that he caused his pod door to be stuck. Not letting that deter him, Orton took this as an opportunity to attack a helpless Punk who essentially fell through the crack in the door. As Orton threw CM Punk into the ring, he followed him in and hit the RKO to eliminate CM Punk from the match. As Punk was leaving the chamber, the GM sent an email saying that he is allowing Punk to renter his pod, and he is reinstated in the match. Orton continued his offensive against Morrison and Shamus, but Shamus turned the tide and kicked Orton, taking him down to the mat. After disposing of Morrison, Shamus tried to give Orton the High Cross, but Orton escaped and the match continued. Shamus continued his assault until Cena entered the match. Before Cena got out of his pod, Shamus attacked him inside the pod, then after beating him sufficiently, pulled Cena out of the pod and threw him in the ring to continue the assault. Orton was able to stop Shamus’s offense, as 4 beat up Superstars tried to carry on. As Cena and Morrison were fighting on the steel grate, Shamus elevated himself over the top ropes, launching his body at both men. As he celebrated his move, Orton yanked him back into the ring and unloaded with big right hands, and going for the cover. It wasn’t long before Shamus was in control again, and then time came for the next man, R-Truth, to enter the match. Shamus stood outside his pod to attack him like he did Cena, but R-Truth ducked a clothesline and hip tossed Shamus on the steel grate. But shortly after, in the ring Shamus was able to turn things around on R-Truth, pinning him to eliminate R-Truth from the match. But suddenly it was Orton with the overwhelming advantage as he layed out Cena and Shamus, and throwing Morrison through a pod. When it was Punk’s turn to come out, Orton was waiting on him, but Cena got his attention by attempting an Attitude Adjustment, though Orton escaped. Punk then snuck in the ring, nailed Shamus and then going after Orton, hitting him with the Go To Sleep, eliminating Orton from the match. Punk then went after Cena, and then after Shamus, though the latter grabbed Punk and threw him into the side of a pod. Shamus tried to regain the offensive by going after Morrison who fought back, Morrison climbed on top of one of the pods, but Shamus followed him up and tripped him. Shamus picked up Morrison from the top of the pod, attempting to hit the High Cross, but Morrison fought him off, kicking Shamus into the ring. Then Morrison climbed the top of the Chamber dome and dropped on Shamus from the ceiling with a cross body, pinning Shamus for the elimination. In the meantime, Cena went after Punk, attempting to hit the Attitude Adjustment, but was nailed by Morrison sending all three men down. As they were getting up, Morrison rushed at Cena to hit him with a running knee, but Cena moved and Morrison violently hit his knee into the corner of the pod, immediately grabbing his knee in horrible pain. In the meantime Punk snuck in on Cena and locked Cena in a choke hold. The powerful Cena lifted Punk upon his shoulders with the hold still on, and Punk was nailed by a leaping Morrison from the top rope. Morrison tried to pin Punk, and then Cena but both kicked out. Back on his feet, Cena hit Morrison with the Attitude Adjustment, but was caught by a leaping clothesline from the ropes by Punk. Punk looked like he slided his arm, but continued to fight, sling shooting Cena into another pod wall. As Punk went after Morrison, Morrison was able to leap on a pod wall, then off on the chains and hit Punk with a jumping kick. However, when went for the Starship pain, Punk recovered quickly, moving out of the way, causing Morrison to land on his bad knee, and was quickly finished off by Punk. Almost right after this happened, Cena hit Punk with the Attitude Adjustment to score the final elimination of the night.
Winner: John Cena