Ronda Rousey put Triple H through a table at WWE Elimination Chamber

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The Raw-brand exclusive PPV Elimination Chamber aired on WWE Network over the weekend, and overall, it was one of the best events WWE has had in recent memory.

Following some back and forth in the ring as well as Angle telling the former UFC champion that Stephanie referred to her as a "has-been", Rousey ended up tossing Triple H through a table. Triple H said that this might be one of the biggest ever signings and he couldn't think of one as big since they welcomed another Olympian, Kurt Angle.

Prior to January, Rousey's last official appearance on WWE TV came at WrestleMania 31 in 2015, where she appeared alongside The Rock and confronted both Stephanie McMahon and Triple H. After the contract signing, however, Rousey got angry at Stephanie after a confrontation by Angle. She has not fought in the UFC since then. shared video of Ronda arriving at the T-Mobile Arena and saying this is the first time she's walked into an event like this smiling.

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The record for the most eliminations in the history of the Chamber is held by Chris Jericho at 10, followed by Triple H at seven, The Undertaker at six, and a newly found three-way tie between Randy Orton, CM Punk and Strowman.

Absolution was eliminated first and Sasha Banks and Bayley forged an alliance to take on Bliss.

Alexa Bliss created history as became the victor of the first-ever women's elimination chamber, which lived up to the expectations. Titus Worldwide's Titus O'Neil and Apollo have won three out of four matches against the WWE Raw Tag Team Champions Sheamus and Cesaro of late, and while The Bar aren't eager for round five, the match was set this week with the titles on the line.