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Bianca Belair Keeps Bayley And Lynch Out Of The Elimination Chamber Match


The main event of the Feb. 13 episode of Raw had huge implications. A triple threat which was formed after the opening segment.

The Raw Women’s Champion Bianca Belair took on both Becky Lynch and Bayley. If either Lynch or Bayley won they would be added to this weekend’s Elimination Chamber match. Belair had to win to keep the field at six and prevent either Bayley or Lynch an opportunity to face her at WrestleMania.

The match was given plenty of time in the main event which of course prompted the other members of Damage CTRL (Dakota Kai & IYO SKY) and Women’s Tag Team Champions to get involved. The final moments of the match saw the six participants already involved in the chamber match to come down and go after the tag champs. This led to the participants to fight amongst themselves also. Earlier in the night, Natalya expressed to Raquel Rodriguez and Liv Morgan that she didn’t think it was fair for either Bayley or Lynch to get into the chamber match.

After a ManHandle Slam to Bayley, Lynch got caught by Belair in the KOD. Belair landed Lynch on top of Bayley who then rolled out allowing the Raw Women’s Champion to get the pin and the victory. Belair’s victory means that neither Bayley nor Lynch have a clear ride to WrestleMania and will not be participating in the Elimination Chamber match this Saturday.

There were two other matches on the Feb. 13 episode of Raw. First, Michin Mia Yim took on Piper Niven. Niven was not happy after last week when she felt that both Yim and Candice LeRae got in her way of a victory. In that match, it would be Carmella who secured the final spot in the chamber much to Niven’s dismay.

Niven was able to pick up the victory on Yim.

Lastly, we had the advertised six woman tag match. It involved all six participants for the chamber match in a Raw vs. SmackDown idea. Asuka, Carmella, and Nikki Cross took on Rodriguez, Morgan, and Natalya.

The match broke down to even Asuka going after her own teammates, but in the end she held it together and got the victory for the Raw ladies. Morgan tapped out.

Other women we saw on the show included Maxxine Dupri. Dupri has her eyes on Otis and tried to recruit him in a backstage segment.

Chelsea Green continued to pull double duty on both shows as she appeared to give the manager, Adam Pearce, another hard time. Green said she wouldn’t leave Pearce’s office without being added to the Triple Threat and get a chance to enter the chamber match. Pearce confirmed that wasn’t happening. Green then accused Pearce of trying to touch her before he walked away.

Rhea Ripley returned from her absence last week and made sure to save Dominik. She delivered a Riptide to Beth Phoenix ahead of their mixed tag match this weekend.

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