WWE Elimination Chamber Predictions

Tim HeaneyDirector of Sports Content
Last Updated: Feb 23, 2024

The Road to WrestleMania is taking an international detour. WWE Elimination Chamber heads to Perth, Australia, having seen the WrestleMania 40 main-event and world title pictures turning upside-down under.

We have the likely Night 2 WrestleMania main event set with Roman Reigns vs Cody Rhodes, but just about everything else remains up in the air. Elimination Chamber often sets up and ties a bow on many important storylines.

Of course, during this important premium live event at Optus Stadium, United States residents will endure the time-zone pain typically felt by international fans. Still, the crowd should be incredible.

Can you bet on Elimination Chamber or compete in contests for the WWE’s precursor to the Philadelphia ‘Mania? Read on for my Elimination Chamber match predictions and tips for the picks pool at DraftKings Sportsbook.

Can I Bet on WWE Elimination Chamber?

United States residents cannot legally bet on the results of WWE Elimination Chamber or any other World Wrestling Entertainment event. Offshore oddsmakers will offer markets here and there, but we do not recommend placing wagers with those outlets.

WWE fans can often make match picks and other predictions via DraftKings Sportsbook‘s WWE prize pools.

Elimination Chamber DraftKings WWE Pool Contest

UPDATE: Unfortunately, as of Friday, the day before the event, a WWE DraftKings Bet Pool does not look to be active for this year’s Elimination Chamber.

Past competitions typically offered a FREE chance to share a portion of a prize pool.

If you’re looking for more pop-culture and entertainment prize pools (like The Traitors) or to bet on other sports, claim our exclusive offer and sign up for DraftKings to gain eligibility:

After signing up with DK, you can navigate to their Sportsbook -> Pools section to find a contest that fits your needs.

When will WWE Elimination Chamber take place?

The 2024 Elimination Chamber will take place on Saturday, Feb. 24. The kickoff show starts at 4 a.m. ET, with the main card starting at 5 a.m. ET.

Where is this year’s WWE Elimination Chamber?

In another international PLE, Elimination Chamber will throw down in Perth, Australia, at Optus Stadium.

Elimination Chamber Match Card & Predictions

Men’s Elimination Chamber match

  • Drew McIntyre vs. Randy Orton vs. Bobby Lashley vs. LA Knight vs. Kevin Owens vs. Logan Paul

PREDICTION: Drew McIntyre. The most logical opponent for a healthy Seth Rollins at WrestleMania would be McIntyre, given their recent excellent feud and microphone work. McIntyre — or the next name I mention below — would provide a clear solution for Rollins to take off after WM to heal his knee and whatever else needs a breather.

SLEEPER PREDICTION: The Rock. If they’re truly playing up the Board & Hollywood Rock heel turn, he could do everything in his power to have The Bloodline hold both top men’s straps. Maybe he takes out one of the babyfaces (LA Knight?) before the match and then wins it. Rock then takes the title from Rollins at ‘Mania the night before Roman defends his.

Women’s Elimination Chamber match

  • Becky Lynch vs. Bianca Belair vs. Liv Morgan vs. Tiffany Stratton vs. Naomi vs. TBD

Note: The last spot for the women’s Chamber will go up for grabs during Monday Night Raw’s Last Chance Battle Royal, featuring Alba Fyre, Michin Mia Yim, Shayna Baszler, Zelina Vega, and Zoey Stark, who’s my predicted winner.

PREDICTION: Becky Lynch. I incorrectly predicted Lynch to win the Royal Rumble to set up her likely marquee match with Rhea Ripley. Let’s lock in that match this way, instead.

SLEEPER PREDICTION: Bianca Belair. WWE has waited for the opportunity to have these two square off at ‘Mania, given their concurrent rise through NXT to the main roster and their memorable Royal Rumble finish as 2021’s final two (Belair won). Creative has kept Belair somewhat quiet — aside from the tantalizing tease with Jade Cargill in this year’s Rumble — so a victory here might be the effort of careful planning.

Women’s World Championship

  • Rhea Ripley (c) vs Nia Jax

PREDICTION: Rhea Ripley. As solid as she has been on her latest stint with the company, Jax stands as an object for Ripley to move out of the way before WrestleMania and grab a massive pop from her hometown crowd. (Though Nia Jax was actually born in Australia, too, so both competitors will cherish this moment.)

Undisputed Tag Team Championship

  • Judgment Day (Damian Priest and Finn Balor) (c) vs. British Strong Style (Pete Dunne and Tyler Bate)

PREDICTION: Judgment Day. This will be a banger, but Priest and Balor will hold these titles until at least WrestleMania.

Grayson Waller Effect episode

  • featuring Cody Rhodes and Seth Rollins

PREDICTION: The Bloodline crashes the party. Not shocking, but necessary to move things along after the fiery Las Vegas WrestleMania kickoff show and the ensuing developments.

PREDICTED MATCH: Intercontinental Championship

  • Gunther (c) vs. Jey Uso

PREDICTION: Gunther. “Main Event" Jey Uso ranks among the upper-mid-carders who could wind up taking one of the secondary titles during WrestleMania weekend. Gunther and United States champion Logan Paul have a promising group of challengers.

For now, however, Gunther rolls on. Imperium will interfere to help — as will Jimmy Uso to set up the Uce vs Uce clash in Philly.

Elimination Chamber DraftKings Contest Picks

With the disappointing lack of an Elimination Chamber DraftKings pool, we’ll have to wait until WrestleMania for a possible contest.


Tim Heaney

Before joining The Game Day, Tim spent more than a decade in the fantasy sports and betting industry. Having written for ESPN, RotoWire, and USA TODAY, Tim earned an FSWA award nomination for Best MLB Print Article and multiple Top-5 finishes in fantasy baseball rankings contests. Tim has competed in Tout Wars (1 championship), LABR, Scott Fish Bowl, NFBC/NFFC, TGFBI, and RazzBowl (recent 4th-overall finish out of 200+). Drop him a line about TV, music, craft beer & pro wrestling.

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