WWE No Way Out (2008)

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Final WWE PPV appearance for Nelson Frazier, better known as King Mabel, Viscera, and Big Daddy V. See more »

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Better than Average Show from WWE
3 January 2009 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This show would be technically considered average if it had just a bunch of grudge matches, challenges and title matches like normal WWE events. The reason I give this an above average is because it was the first time we saw more than one Elimination Chamber and it was also the first time we have seen an Elimination Chamber match since December 2006 at ECW's December to Dismember.

Match 1: Chavo Guerrero vs. CM Punk for ECW Championship - This rivalry is the first of many rivalries that ensued for ECW in 2008. This contest was for the ECW Championship that Chavo took from Punk back in January. This contest was a very good one, Punk really showed that he wanted the title back. For the total of 7 minutes and 6 seconds that this was we really saw them do as much as they could to entertain. Punk goes for the three amigos on Chavo, but gets a very bad reception from the crowd. In the end Chavo picks up the clean win against Punk to retain the ECW title.

Match 2: Undertaker vs. Batista vs. Finlay vs. MVP vs. The Great Khali vs. Big Daddy V in the SmackDown/ECW Elimination Chamber - The winner of this first Elimination Chamber will be receiving a World Heavyweight Championship match at Wrestlemania. So this basically starts with the two biggest stars in the match, Undertaker and Batista. The two take it to each other until Big Daddy V enters the match. For an ECW superstar Big Daddy V sure does spend a lot of time on the other brand, but nevertheless so much for adding ECW into the Elimination Chamber title, because as quick as he enters the match he is soon eliminated by Batista following a DDT on the steel floor by Undertaker. Then we follow with the second giant entering the match, The Great Khali. A whole bunch of 'you can't wrestle chants'. He goes out quickly as well due to the Undertaker's new submission hold called the Gogoplata. After the eliminations of Khali and Big Daddy V we are joined in the match by MVP and Finlay. So after Undertaker hits a reverse chokeslam off the pod into the ring on MVP we see Finlay take the easy pin to eliminate MVP. Nearly two minutes later Finlay is chokeslammed onto the steel floor and eliminated by the Undertaker. They really should've just put Batista and The Undertaker in this as just a one on one match, it would've been more entertaining. Anyway these two battle back and forth for at least 5 more minutes until Undertaker hits a tombstone and pins Batista. Undertaker is going to battle for the World Heavyweight Championship at Wrestlemania.

Match 3: Ric Flair vs. Mr. Kennedy in a Career Threatening match - They made Mr. Kennedy play the fact that he was offered a shot in the Raw Elimination Chamber, but he turned it down to face Flair. I honestly don't think somebody would turn down a title shot opportunity like that, but I don't write for WWE. Nobody saw Flair going out until Wrestlemania, so we all knew that just like with MVP at the Royal Rumble, Flair was going to keep his career alive. In the end he defeats Kennedy, big surprise.

Match 4: Edge vs. Rey Mysterio for the World Heavyweight Championship - This was a Royal Rumble rematch after Edge successfully retained against Mysterio at that event. This wasn't as good as their Rumble contest and it was a hell of a lot shorter. I have to hand it to Rey Mysterio because the guy competed with an injury he had just recently sustained. Even though the match didn't deliver I still applaud Mysterio for wrestling. In the end Edge hits a spear as Mysterio is in mid air, just like at the Rumble, for the win. Edge retains once again.

Match 5: Randy Orton vs. John Cena for the WWE Championship - I personally found this to be ridiculous to have the Royal Rumble winner challenging for the title not at Wrestlemania. Orton really was one of Raw's most dominant champions and he actually retained against different competitors, unlike SmackDown were everybody has to end up defending against Batista every month. This was a very good match for the WWE Championship. Cena was more out for revenge instead of the title. In the end Orton gets himself disqualified to keep the title. Cena is irate.

Match 6: Triple H vs. Shawn Michaels vs. Jeff Hardy vs. JBL vs. Umaga vs. Chris Jericho in the Raw Elimination Chamber match - This match had the best culmination of athletes put together to wrestle. Umaga was absolutely unreal in this one, he took it to almost everyone. First to go is JBL, who is hit by a Code Breaker from Jericho. Then he is followed by the dominant Umaga, who gets hit by everyone else's finishing move. Jericho shortly then goes after a sweet chin music by Michaels, in which Hardy covers him. Then in a strange turn of events Michaels is out as well following a twist of fate then a pedigree. We are down to Hardy and Triple H. When we believe Hardy is getting that opportunity to go to Wrestlemania we are thrown a curve ball when Triple H hits a pedigree on a steel chair. Triple H is going to battle for the WWE Championship at Wrestlemania.


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