The women’s division has gone through major and positive changes. After a successful Royal Rumble 2018, Women’s division will have one more major PPV to entertain the fans.
The WWE announced its first ever Women’s Elimination Chamber match at the pay-per-view of the same name Feb. 25. This is a major step towards turning Women’s division competitive. WWE Raw general manager Kurt Angle announced 5 challengers for the Alexa Bliss WWE Raw Women’s Championship.
Alexa Bliss will defend her title against Bayley, Mandy Rose, Mickie James, Sonya Deville and Sasha Banks in the first ever WWE Women’s Elimination Chamber match.
The field is SET…@AlexaBliss_WWE will defend her #RAW #WomensTitle against @itsBayleyWWE @WWE_MandyRose @MickieJames @SonyaDevilleWWE & @SashaBanksWWE in the first-ever Women’s Elimination Chamber match! pic.twitter.com/mSl3iginJL
— WWE (@WWE) February 6, 2018
Alexa Bliss criticized general Manager Kurt Angle for making this match. She questioned the decision of Kurt of making her defend her title while the WWE Universal champion Brock Lensar will not have to defend his title at the Elimination Chamber match. It is a fair criticism of the Alexa Bliss and this should make the storyline interesting.
Kurt Angle also announced that Nia Jax will go one on one against Asuka. The first-ever women’s Royal Rumble winner Asuka has already secured a title shot at the Wrestlemania 34. If Nia Jax wins the match against Asuka, she will get a title shot at the WrestleMania 34.
What Author Thinks?
The WWE Elimination Chamber PPV has turned interesting in the women’s division. The two important matches will be vital and will produce interesting twist and turn toward the build-up of the WWE Wrestlemania 34.
Alexa Bliss has been a heel for a quite a long time and she seems to be getting turned into a face. She is the underdog in the match and will have the backing of fans in the WWE Elimination Chamber PPV.