WWE Elimination Chamber 2023 Date: At What Time Will The PPV Start In The USA?

WWE Elimination Chamber 2023 Date has been announced officially. The second WWE premium live event of the year 2023 will take place on February 18 live from Montreal, Quebec, Canada. The venue for this year’s Elimination Chamber is the Bell Centre.


Like 2022, WWE has decided to organize the Elimination Chamber show overseas. Last year, Saudi Arabia played host to this premium live event on the Road to WrestleMania. Like the last few years, WWE have announced a couple of Elimination Chamber matches for the show.

The men’s Elimination Chamber will feature the WWE United States Champion Austin Theory. He will put his title on the line against five other men. Three of his opponents have already been decided. Seth ‘Freakin’ Rollins, Johnny Gargano and Bronson Reed have taken the three spots.


The two remaining spots will be locked next week on RAW. Angelo Dawkins will take on Damian Priest in one of the two qualifying matches. The other qualifying match will be between Montez Ford and Elias.

As far as the women’s Elimination Chamber is concerned, like 2022, the winner will receive a shot at the RAW Women’s Championship on the WrestleMania 39 match card. Bianca Belair, the current champion, won last year’s match.

On the evening of February 18, WWE Elimination Chamber 2023 match for the women’s division will feature Liv Morgan, Raquel Rodriguez, Asuka, Nikki Cross and two other women. The other two participants will be disclosed soon.


WWE Elimination Chamber 2023 Date and Time in the USA


WWE Elimination Chamber 2023 Date and Time for fans in the USA is February 18, 8E/5P. There will be a kick-off show as well, where the experts will preview the matches on the card.

WWE Elimination Chamber show will be live on the WWE Network on Peacock. Fans will have to buy a subscription to watch the premium live event on February 18, 2023.



Vinay Chhabria is a cricket and WWE enthusiast who supports Roman Reigns and Gujarat Titans. He has been following cricket for the last 15 years and WWE since 2016.

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