wwe elimination chamber predictions 2014 'WWE Elimination Chamber' predictions: Who's going to 'Wrestlemania XXX'

It’s the last big stop on the road to “Wrestlemania XXX,” but who will leave “WWE Elimination Chamber” victorious? With thee title fights on the card, it should go a long way in determining what fans will see during WWE’s biggest annual event.
Most of the results shouldn’t be too much of a surprise, given the rumored “Wrestlemania” matches that have been floating around the internet. Let’s take a look at the most likely winners.
WWE World Heavyweight Championship ‘Elimination Chamber’ Match
If Randy Orton doesn’t walk out of “Elimination Chamber” it’ll be a surprise, albeit a pleasant one. For months, Orton has been destined to face “Royal Rumble” winner Batista at “Wrestlemania,” though fans have been clear about who they’d like to see as champion at the show. If Orton doesn’t win, which he absolutely will, then WWE will bend to the will of the fans and give the title to Daniel Bryan. That won’t happen, though.

Winner: Randy Orton
The Shield vs. The Wyatt Family
Even though it’s unfortunate, because they’re so good together, the demise of The Shield is imminent. At some point Roman Reigns became the breakout star of the group, and from there it was all downhill. Meanwhile, The Wyatt Family is stronger than ever and leader Bray Wyatt is rumored to be facing John Cena at “Wrestlemania.” With that in mind, The Wyatt Family will win here, and The Shield will fight in a triple threat match at “Wrestlemania.”

Winner: The Wyatt Family
Batista vs. Alberto Del Rio
There doesn’t even need to be any discussion. Batista has dominated Del Rio in the lead up to the match and he’s main eventing “Wrestlemania.” Del Rio doesn’t stand a chance.

Winner: Batista
Big E. vs Jack Swagger for the Intercontinental Championship
At some point, WWE dropped the Langston from Big E. At least he has the Intercontinental Championship to soften the blow. Expect Big E. to retain here, as Swagger doesn’t really bring anything to the title. He’s on his own path of disappointing Zeb Coulter and winning a title won’t help that.
Winner: Big E.
Darren Young vs. Titus O’Neil
The end of the Prime Time Players during the recent height of tag team wrestling was a puzzling move by WWE. Still, if one of these men is going to be the Marty Jannetty, sadly, it’s Titus O’Neil. Both men have what it takes to be midcard players, at the very least, but Darren Young is the more well-rounded at this point and should take the win.
Winner: Darren Young
The New Age Outlaws vs. The Usos for the Tag Team Championships
This is the one match that’s hard to determine, because the Outlaws shouldn’t have won the tag titles in the first place. The Usos as champs would be nice, but that would mean there was no purpose at all in taking the titles from Cody Rhodes and Goldust. The Outlaws will win and defend the titles in some kind of multi-team match at “Wrestlemania.
Winners: The New Age Outlaws
Cody Rhodes and Goldust vs. Ryback and Curtis Axel
At least it’ll be a fun pre-show match. Goldust and Cody Rhodes are the more credible tag team and should get the win, which is sort of sad considering on fire Ryback was once upon a time.
Winners: Cody Rhodes and Goldust
“WWE Elimination Chamber” airs live on pay per view at 8 p.m. ET/5 p.m. PT.
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