With the WWE's recent announcement of the addition of an extra Pay-Per-View event to their schedule, it was obvious that the company was aiming to sweeten the pot for WWE Network subscribers who had signed up during May, free of charge.
Therefore, on Sunday 31st May, subscribers will be treated to a Network-exclusive Elimination Chamber PPV, which when coupled with the NXT: Takeover event this Wednesday, helps make the Network an enticing proposition for 9.99 per month.
The Chamber has always been the brutal and sadistic structure in which the World Championship was defended, or has been used as a method for superstars to qualify for World Title matches. This years event, however, will be a night of firsts: the first time the Intercontinental Championship and also the Tag Team Championships have ever been defended inside the Chamber.
Over the years, the WWE has worked very hard to give the impression that the match is reserved for only the most elite performers. It makes sense then that the list of competitors include the legendary likes of John Cena, Triple H, Randy Orton, Shawn Michaels, Chris Jericho, The Undertaker and Edge.
However, given that the match has to involve six superstars, and the PPV tends to include two matches on the same night, there have been a number of less celebrated wrestlers granted the opportunity to do battle inside its walls.
In fact, there have been plenty of dubious superstars to have competed inside the Chamber, and these are the 10 worst.