Latest news on 2022 Elimination Chamber

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Latest news on 2022 Elimination Chamber

WWE Elimination Chamber will take place on Saturday 19 February from the Jeddah Super Dome in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia: “The General Entertainment Authority, in partnership with WWE, has announced that the Elimination Chamber Premium Live Event will be held at the largest pillarless building.

to the world in Jeddah on Saturday 19 February 2022. More details on the event will be announced in the coming weeks." The last event in Saudi Arabia dates back to 21 October 2021 and it is Crown Jewel, which surprised many WWE Universe, in fact, it was an excellent pay-per-view that gave us beautiful matches like the Hell in a Cell contest between Seth Rollins and Edge.

In addition, there was also the final of the Queen's Crown Tournament won by Zelina Vega, now Queen Zelina, who defeated Doudrop.

Latest update on Elimination Chamber

The WWE on its official website has revealed the new Elimination Chamber logo, but also the names of some of the company's top superstars, including two female athletes on the roster.

Currently on the website of the Stamford company you can find the names of Roman Reigns, Becky Lynch, Charlotte Flair, Seth Rollins, Bobby Lashley, and of course the one who can never miss in Arabia, the idol of the house, Mansoor.

For now, of the aforementioned names, Roman Reigns and Seth Rollins have yet to compete at the Royal Rumble this Saturday with the universal champion belt up for grabs, while Becky Lynch will be giving away her Raw champion in a match against Doudrop, Bobby Lashley will face Brock Lesnar for WWE Champion and Charlotte Flair will be part of the Royal Rumble match.

It is not yet known if the WWE will hold an Elimination Chamber for both men and women, knowing the territory and its rules regarding women, but as written at the beginning, and reported in the WWE press release, more details will certainly arrive in the next weeks passed the Rumble.

Lashley may be the Intercontinental Champion and somewhat untouchable with Lio Rush by his side, but he's made some interesting enemies over the years and one of them is now cleared to make his return and reported to be returning as a babyface.

This means that Kevin Owens could be the man who evens the odds for Finn Balor on Sunday night and actually helps The Demon King to lift the Intercontinental Championship for the first time. Of course, Sami Zayn, Bray Wyatt, and Luke Harper are all awaiting the green light for their returns to the company as well, so there is a lot of potential for returns if WWE needs them.