WWE fans livid as Logan Paul ‘ruins’ Elimination Chamber in controversial match
Posted by  badge Boss on Feb 25
Logan Paul screwed Randy Orton at Elimination Chamber (Picture: WWE)

Fans were furious at Elimination Chamber: Perth after cost Randy Orton his chance to challenge for the World Heavyweight Title at WrestleMania 40.

The played a vital role in the ending of a physical and brutal chamber match as he cracked the Viper with a set of brass knuckles after already been eliminated from the bout.

It left the door open for Drew McIntyre to pin Orton, securing himself a match against Seth Rollins in Philadelphia, while he had to outlast five others stars to do so, with Kevin Owens and LA Knight also putting on a wild show.

Logan delivered in the ring, but fans were furious at the controversial ending.

‘Great #Chamber match ruined at the end by Logan Paul. What was he still in there for 5 mins after being eliminated,’ ranted one viewer, with another adding: ‘Why am I not surprised Logan Paul ruined the chamber match?’

And a third person wrote: ‘NOOOO LOGAN YOU RUINED EVERYTHING’

In the main event, Rhea Ripley celebrated on the front row with her family after toppling Nia Jax to retain to her Women’s World Championship.

Earlier in the night, in another major bombshell, Cody Rhodes dropped a major bombshell as he challenged The Rock to a singles match.

The American Nightmare and Seth Rollins joined Austin Theory and Grayson Waller on the latter’s talk show in Australia, and sent a message to Dwayne Johnson himself.

Cody is busy facing Roman Reigns in the main event of WrestleMania 40, but he has The Rock in his sights, telling the Hollywood star that until the second night of Mania, he’s ‘wide open’.

WWE rolled into Australia on Saturday morning UK time for the final premium live event before the Showcase of the Immortals in Philadelphia within her home country.

Tiffany Stratton had the support of the live crowd in Perth (Picture: WWE)

The show kicked off with the women’s Elimination Chamber match, which delivered one of the best spectacles in recent memory inside the hellish structure.

Naomi and Becky Lynch kicked things off in the cage, treating fans to a thrilling spectacle before Tiffany Stratton raised her stock with an incredible performance.

Despite being a heel (a villain in wrestling terms), the Perth crowd at Opus Stadium were fully behind the rising star, whose time in the match was highlighted by a Senton from the top of the pod.

, Liv Morgan and Bianca Belair rounded out the field as the action heated up, with Naomi, Tiffany and Raquel eliminated in turn.

The ending was a quickfire exchange with Liv pinning Bianca after reversing the KOD, but she immediately turned into a Man-handle Slam as Becky scored the win.

New Catch Republic duo Pete Dunne and Tyler Bate looked phenomenal even as they failed to topple Judgment Day’s Damian Priest and Finn Balor, who were left without Dominik Mysterio when he got ejected deep into the match.

The Elimination Chamber came to Perth (Picture: WWE)

On the Kickoff before the main card got underway, Aussie star Indi Hartwell lived out her dream as she came out with Candice LeRae to challenge for the Women’s Tag Team Titles.

The duo put on a spirited display but ultimately lost to Asuka and Kairi Sane, with the Kabuki Warriors continuing their match to WrestleMania 40 in Philly.

Indi got a standing ovation and huge response even after the bell, and during the match she couldn’t stop smiling as she moved around the ring.

WWE Elimination Chamber is airing live on the WWE Network.

WWE Elimination Chamber 2024 results and grades

  • Kickoff – Women’s Tag Team Titles: Kabuki Warriors (c) defeated Indi Hartwell and Candice LeRae (B)
  • Elimination Chamber: Becky Lynch beat Liv Morgan, Bianca Belair, Raquel Rodrigez, Tiffany Stratton and Naomi (A)
  • WWE Tag Team Titles: Judgment Day (c) defeated New Catch Republic (A-)
  • Elimination Chamber: Drew McIntyre beat Randy Orton, Logan Paul, Kevin Owens, LA Knight and Bobby Lashley (A-)
  • Women’s World Title: Rhea Ripely (c) pinned Nia Jax (B+)