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WWE Elimination Chamber 2022 live stream: start time, how to watch, card and results

(L to R) Austin Theory, A.J. Styles, Bobby Lashley, Brock Lesnar, Seth Rollins and Riddle, the six men in the WWE Championship Elimination Chamber match
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The WWE Elimination Chamber live stream is already delivering tickets to Wrestlemania. And we just saw the most sickening bump in years, with Madcap Moss landing on the top of his own head. But unlike most Saudi WWE shows, the veteran starpower here is a little light, with Lita representing the Legends table. But does that mean we won't see Stone Cold Steve Austin or Cody Rhodes (both heavily rumored to be making their WWE returns)?

WWE Elimination Chamber start time and date

• WWE Elimination Chamber 2022 date: Today (Saturday, Feb. 19).
• Elimination Chamber start time: The show began at 12 p.m. ET / 9 a.m. PT / 5 p.m. GMT
• Kickoff show time: 11 a.m. ET / 8 a.m. PT / 4 p.m. GMT
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As noted above, two giant names loom heavily over all WWE events right now. In the same 24 hours, news broke that WWE is close to getting Austin to wrestle his first match since 2003 (against The Rock at WrestleMania XIX) and that Cody Rhodes left All Elite Wrestling. Oh, and The American Nightmare is reportedly coming back for a huge push in the WWE.

And so we look at the matches on the 2022 Elimination Chamber premium card with a sense of opportunity. Where could one of these names appear, or how could their movement change the results. We've debated internally at Tom's Guide if Lesnar was actually going to win the WWE title in the Chamber match and go on for a unification match with Roman Reigns — as The Beast Incarnate said he would. While that match does sound possible, it seems less probable if Rhodes is to get that huge push. The one thing Cody hasn't done is main event Wrestlemania, and putting him against Lashley for the title sounds about right. 

As for the next big WWE show to watch? We've got all the WWE WrestleMania 38 live stream details, including the full card for both nights, start times (including kickoff shows), our predictions and the matches we're most excited about.

How to watch WWE Elimination Chamber live streams from anywhere on Earth

While Peacock is available all across the U.S. and the WWE Network is still the standard around the world, WWE Elimination Chamber live streams can get a bit confusing. You might want to check out a VPN if you can't watch with the service you normally use. 

International audiences will be pretty jealous of U.S. audiences, which will save up to 50% by switching to Peacock (unless you get the no-ads tier at $9.99 per month).

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WWE Elimination Chamber live streams in the U.S. are cheaper

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The only place to watch WWE Elimination Chamber in the U.S. is with Peacock (opens in new tab). WWE Premium Live Events are in the $4.99 Peacock Premium tier; the $9.99 Peacock Premium Plus tier doesn't get you anything extra for this show. Peacock is now available on most of the best streaming devices.

There's no need to pay for the ad-free tier for WWE live events, as there are always ads in the live editions of Peacock programming. 

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In addition to the WWE live streams, Peacock (opens in new tab) also has huge library of licensed content drawn from various brands. That includes shows like 30 Rock, The Voice, Battlestar Galactica, Law & Order: SVU and This Is Us.

WWE Elimination Chamber live streams in the UK and around the world

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The rest of the world will grab WWE Elimination Chamber live streams on the WWE Network (opens in new tab), for a higher price — closer to the $9.99 that Americans used to pay. 

That said, don't expect this to last forever. Peacock is now touching down internationally, landing in the United Kingdom and Ireland this week. Who knows how soon the WWE content will filter over.

While those in the States pay less now, there is less content available — and the ad breaks are weird — so it's a monkey's paw situation on getting that discount.

WWE Elimination Chamber card and results

We're predicting Lashley to win the Chamber match, Reigns and Lynch to retain, Naomi and Rousey to win, Bianca Belair to earn the title shot, the Usos to retain, and MIz and Drew McIntyre to win.

This card will be updated with results during the event.

  • WWE Championship Elimination Chamber Match: Bobby Lashley (c) vs. Brock Lesnar vs. Seth Rollins vs. Riddle vs. Austin Theory vs. A.J. Styles
  • The Usos (c) vs. Viking Raiders for the SmackDown Tag Team Championship did not happen, as the Usos ambushed the Viking Raiders before the match.
  • Becky Lynch (c) defeated Lita for the Raw Women’s Championship
  • Ronda Rousey & Naomi defeated Charlotte Flair & Sonya Deville via submission
  • Drew McIntyre defeated Madcap Moss (who for all rights shouldn't be walking) in a Falls Count Anywhere Match
  • Roman Reigns (c) defeated Goldberg for the Universal Championship
  • Bianca Belair won the Elimination Chamber Match for an opportunity at the Raw Women’s Title at WrestleMania, surviving Liv Morgan, Doudrop and Nikki A.S.H., and pinning Rhea Ripley and Alexa Bliss.
  • Rey Mysterio defeats The Miz via rollup

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Henry T. Casey
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Henry is a senior editor at Tom’s Guide covering streaming media, laptops and all things Apple, reviewing devices and services for the past seven years. Prior to joining Tom's Guide, he reviewed software and hardware for TechRadar Pro, and interviewed artists for Patek Philippe International Magazine. He's also covered the wild world of professional wrestling for Cageside Seats, interviewing athletes and other industry veterans.