I'm bored at work at that means its time for the third edition on the mid-week fantasy booker. It's time to jump down the rabbit hole and think about cool things that most likely wont happen but would be fun. Kind of like a sustainable tag-team division or the Intercontinental Cup.
If you have been watching WWE recently you are aware of two things: One is that the Elimination Chamber will not be for a title. Woopidy-Doo! Two is that the random assortment of competitors isn't that great. Don't get me wrong, there is some really great talent involved, but I want to see Khali in the chamber about as much as I want to see Twilight for the 17th time. (Oh the things we do to make our girlfriends not necessarily happy, but to distract them from our ever-enlarging waistlines. Am I right guys?)
Now, I am not going to spend a lot of time on the championship match opportunity, instead I want to think more about a blood-feud that could, and I think should, happen in the chamber. For the last few years, the Elimination Chamber PPV has had two chamber matches. I think we should have two this year, as well.
"But who oh wise fantasy booker who should go in the second chamber match," you may be asking yourself. (Most likely you are thinking, "why am i reading this buffoon?") Well, I would put The shield against the team of Cena, Ryback, and Sheamus. You see, I don't want to watch these men go at it in another six-man tag. I'll save those for SmackDown. No, no. You see the Shield represents chaos. They are unrelenting, pain inflicting, beat down machines, who work best as a group.
Putting them in the chamber, and having them square off against the big three in a elimination match lets WWE show the chaos and damage, while putting the shield in a position we have not seen them in before. This opens up a whole plethora of options; from Cena trying to resist Reigns and Rollins until one of his teammates is released, to a triple powerbomb to Sheamus on the metal floor.
This is a match I would pay to see. This is a match I want. This is a match that may very well not happen. Well my CSS friends what do you think? What do you want out of the Chamber? Let's have at it below in the comments.