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Last Entrant In The Women’s Elimination Chamber Determined On Raw

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After running through a gauntlet match on Raw, one woman has earned the advantage of entering last in the Elimination Chamber!

The latest episode of Monday Night Raw saw all of the announced competitors in the women’s Elimination Chamber match face off in a gauntlet, the winner of which was granted a significant advantage at the Premium Live Event set to emanate from Saudi Arabia.

Rhea Ripley and Nikki A.S.H. were the first two competitors in the gauntlet match, renewing the rivalry of the former Women’s Tag Team Champions after Nikki turned on Rhea back in January. After a back and forth match, Rhea was able to pin Nikki with the Riptide.

Liv Morgan made her way out next, cutting a promo about her journey and pointing out that she’s the only woman in the match to previously compete inside the Elimination Chamber. Despite her impassioned promo, Liv was also the victim of a Riptide and Rhea Ripley was yet again victorious.

Doudrop was the next woman to face the former Raw Women’s Champion, and despite her size and strength advantage, Ripley was successful in defeating the Scottish superstar.

This led to Bianca Belair coming out after cutting a backstage promo saying even though she didn’t know which champion she would face, when she wins the Elimination Chamber, the spotlight will be back where it belongs. By the time the match was over, commentary claimed that Rhea Ripley had wrestled for 44 minutes, and despite putting up a great fight, the fresher competitor was ultimately the winner.

Because she was able to defeat Rhea Ripley, Bianca Belair has the advantage of being the final entrant in the Elimination Chamber match on February 19th, meaning that she won’t have to compete for as long as any of her opponents. She and Ripley hugged after the match in a show of respect.