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Here’s what happened in the SmackDown Women’s Championship match between Alexa Bliss and Naomi at Elimination Chamber.
Heading into Elimination Chamber on Sunday night, Naomi had all of the momentum prior to her first shot at the SmackDown Women’s Championship against Alexa Bliss.
One thing led to another, Bliss got caught, Naomi finally was able to hit the split-legged moonsault on the champion and walked out of Elimination Chamber as SmackDown Women’s Champion.
Still, Naomi will enter WrestleMania 33 (in her hometown of Orlando) as SmackDown Women’s Champion.
WWE Elimination Chamber 2017 results: Becky Lynch pins Mickie James
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The Elimination Chamber pay-per-view (PPV) at the Talking Stick Resort Arena in Phoenix, Arizona kicked off tonight (Sun., Feb. 12, 2017) with Becky Lynch and Mickie James attempting to settle their differences in a one-on-one match.
The two worked physical to sell the bad blood between them, with James mostly leading the way.
The finish saw James counter the Disarmher into a roll up but Becky roll through for one of her own, which was enough to get the three count and a victory for the good side.
When Becky made her comeback, Mickie’s elbow was bleeding and they traded high spots.
Mojo Rawley vs. Curt Hawkins: Winner, Reaction for WWE Elimination Chamber 2017
Mojo Rawley picked up a victory on the Elimination Chamber Kickoff Show on Sunday, as he defeated Curt Hawkins.
Rawley stunned Hawkins with a running forearm in the corner, which opened the door for him to hit a running tilt-a-whirl powerslam for the victory.
Beating Hawkins on Sunday may not seem significant, but it suggests that the WWE brass sees something in the former NXT standout.
1 contenders for the SmackDown Tag Team Championships, which put them in line to face the Wyatt Family.
Rawley and Ryder formed the Hype Bros in NXT and looked to carry their success over to SmackDown Live.