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Elimination Chamber Results: A double count out

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Tonight at Elimination Chamber, words turned into blows as Nikki Bella took on former pal Natalya.

Before any hands were thrown, Natalya taunted Nikki by mimicking John Cena’s “You can’t see me” taunt to Nikki before bringing her to the mat with a grounded headlock, following up with waist lock takedowns.

Nikki pulled out some submission maneuvers over her own and managed to take Natalya down with a flying clothesline from the ring apron.Nikki would then find herself being shoved to the ring post, following by a snap suplex back in the ring by Natalya.

Throughout the match, Natalya would continue to taunt over Nikki while working in submissions. Natalya’s ongoing Cena taunts would eventually get in the way as Nikki managed to slap Natalya across the face and lock in an STF but Natalya quickly reached for a rope break.

Nikki began to build some momentum with a combination of take downs, a spine buster and dropkicks to Natalya.The women would go on to meet at the top of a turnbuckle, where Natalya delivered a super suplex that laid out both women.

The Queen of Hearts was able to get back to her feet and lock in the Sharp Shooter but Nikki countered out to a second STF submission. After the hold is broken via rope break, the action spilled to the outside, where Natalya and Nikki brawled back and forth until the referee’s count out reached ten.

Despite the no contest between the two Superstars, the brawl carried on, ending with Nikki chasing Natalya off after taking her down with a spear.

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