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WWE: Elimination Chamber 2014 [Blu-ray]

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  • Actors: Daniel Bryan, Randy Orton, John Cena, Batista, Brock Lesnar
  • Format: PAL
  • Region: Region B/2 (Read more about DVD/Blu-ray formats.)
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Classification: 12
  • Studio: Fremantle Home Entertainment
  • DVD Release Date: 12 May 2014
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (3 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B00I32DP2W
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 28,068 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)


With WrestleMania 30 on the horizon, the last PPV stop on the road to the biggest show of the year is the callous coliseum known as the Elimination Chamber. The WWE World Heavyweight Champion faces the most daunting challenge in any championship reign outlasting five other competitors in a barbaric steel chamber.

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Telf101 on 16 Dec. 2014
Elimination Chamber 2014 provided us with a match of the year candidate, and a superb chamber match, to make this one of the best Elimination Chamber PPV's in recent memory. The last stop before Wrestlemania, ensured that the main event felt like a massive match, with the crowd fully behind Daniel Bryan.

Big E vs Jack Swagger - A good effort from these two, a solid, if unspectacular opener. 7/10

New Age Outlaws vs The Uso's - This was a fairly slow encounter, but the Uso's provided plenty of energy throughout. 7/10

Titus O'Neil vs Darren Young - This one struggled a bit, the crowd were not invested into it, but it was a fairly short match. 5/10

Wyatt Family vs Shield - One of the best matches of 2014, an absolute brawl, and a match that you need to see. Despite this, the first 5 minutes or so are a little slow, before it launches into something very special. 9.5/10

Cameron vs AJ Lee - Awful match. Cameron is a very poor worker and it shows. 3/10

Batista vs Alberto Del Rio - An average match, Batista is still showing ring rust here, and the reaction from the crowd is entertaining if nothing else. 6/10

Elimination Chamber Match - A very good brawl of a match, some fantastic spots, Cesaro shines in this one. One of the better Elimination Chamber matches we have seen. 8.5/10

This gets a 5 star from me, purely down to the Tag & Elimination Chamber matches, which were both way above average. Both were solid, the rest of the card was fine (apart from AJ v Cameron). Definitely worth a purchase.
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After The Royal Rumble event, after THE biggest anti climax and most disappointing end to an event; quite possibly EVER, the WWE looked to bounce back with its last stop on the way to WrestleMania XXX. Adding to that was the eventual debut of WWE Network which would start the following night. Elimination Chamber has been a marquee PPV for 4 years now. It is hard not to get excited for one of the best matches they have to offer. I say matches because there used to be more than one chamber match in each event. The 2014 edition however follows the same idiotic step the 2013 one did; have one chamber match. With that frustration out the way, onto the matches:

WWE Intercontinental Title
BIG E (c) vs Jack Swagger 6/10

As is standard in the WWE, midcard titles basically receive little to no build when it comes to feuds or stories. That being said these two contribute to a very hard hitting match and one that is a very good contest. Fine way to start the PPV.

WWE Tag Team Titles
New Age Outlaws (c) vs The Usos 4/10

After a boom in the tag team division mid 2013, it was unfortunate that, come the event we where left with these two teams. NAO brought back to ironically bring legitimacy to the tag team division. Sadly all they did was lead to it becoming a very boring division. Real Americans on a downfall, PTP split, Rhodes brother neglected, so all that was left was the Usos. A very nonchalant and lackluster tag team match.

Titus vs Darren Young 1.5/10

Waste of a split in their unity, waste of time, waste of a match, waste of a spot on the card. Just a complete waste.

The Wyatt Family vs The Shield 9/10

Incredible. Utterly astonishing.
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1 of 2 people found the following review helpful By BAZ316 on 26 Feb. 2014
This is one of those frustrating events that is really impressive at timeS,but really bad at others,tainting the whole thing.
We start off with an enjoyable i.c. title match as BIG E. LANGSTON defends against JACK SWAGGER. Swagger gets a surprising amount of cheers and looks fine,as does Big E in all fairness,the match has some good moments and I felt kicked off the show nicely.
Then THE NEW AGE OUTLAWS defend their belts against the USOs. It's not so much bad,just nothing great.
TITUS O NEAL gets his hands on former partner DARREN BROWN. Again,not a bad match,but very so what,a feud few people care about.
Just as things look hopeless,THE WYATT FAMILY take on THE SHIELD in this very impressive 6 man tag. I was expecting this match to be at WM30,it was easily good enough to be. So we have it earlier than I expected,but that doesn't taint it,it's a highly entertaining and well paced match,lots of highlights,some really impressive moves,originality and more. This feud had a great feel to it and could well produce some classics,there's surely got to be a no DQ type match coming up,which this almost was. It is a top match,recommended.
Okay,back done to earth with a bump. The brilliant AJ defends her diva's title against CAMERON. No one cared. It doesn't last long,it just tells the story that needs to be told to set up what I assume will be AJ's next feud. Sorry but Cameron just doesn't excite.
BATISTA tries to prove his worth pre-WRESTLEMANIA,as he goes up against ALBERTO DEL RIO. This is so dull it shocked me. Batista isn't a shadow of his former self,Del Rio doesn't look great and the entire match.though only several minutes just drags.
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