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CDWS: He’s Got the Whole World in His Hands!

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The Chad Dukes Wrestling Show is back for its first episode in the Era of Wyatt!

This week, Chad Dukes, Loud Goat and Thom celebrate Bray Wyatt’s big night, dissect the Festival of Friendship, discuss why Emmalina was such a flop, and ponder Brock Lesnar’s legacy in MMA. #BelieveInTheWide

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WWE Elimination Chamber 2017 Results

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Finally, our long national nightmare is over and Bray Wyatt is, at last, WWE World Champion.  In the climax to last night’s Elimination Chamber match and PPV, the Eater of Worlds eliminated then-WWE World Champion John Cena and former WWE World Champion AJ Styles to win the richest prize in Sports Entertainment.  Wyatt is now slated to face Royal Rumble Winner and tag team partner Randy Orton at WrestleMania.  Let’s run down the Chamber match and the rest of the evening of graps action.

Elimination Chamber Match for the WWE World Championship: Bray Wyatt defeated John Cena, AJ Styles, The Miz, Baron Corbin, & Dean Ambrose 

AJ Styles and John Cena started the match, packing a mini version of their Royal Rumble match into the first period of action before being joined by the third entrant, Dean Ambrose.  Ambrose wasted no time upping the craziness by being the first man of the evening to jump off of the roof of one of the pods in the redesigned Chamber.  Speaking of the “all-new” Chamber, the re-design made for some excellent camera angles during the broadcast including an excellent moment with Dean Ambrose and AJ Styles smashing each other into new clear portions of plexiglass above each pod.

Next into the Chamber was the eventual winner Bray Wyatt at #4, followed by Baron Corbin at #5.  Corbin had a dominant run in the match laying out Cena, Ambrose, Styles, & Wyatt before taunting and waiting on the Miz to enter the match at #6.  As the Miz demured, Dean Ambrose was able to roll up Corbin for the first elimination of the match. Corbin, upset with the elimination, raged against Dean Ambrose by slamming him into a pod and hitting the End of Days to set up Ambrose for the second elimination by the Miz. Corbin is now positioned either in the short-term or for WrestleMania as an Intercontinental Championship challenger.

With the Miz falling to John Cena as the third elimination we were down to the final three of Bray Wyatt, AJ Styles, & John Cena.  After a number of near-falls between Styles & Cena trading finishers, Cena attempted to finish off both men with a dive from atop a Chamber pod.  Seemingly in control, Cena attempted to AA Wyatt, only to be countered into Sister Abigail for the elimination.

Down to Wyatt & Styles, after an excellent sequence of back and forth moves, Styles attempted a Phenomenal Forearm but was caught and hit with a Sister Abigail for the victory.  After the match, Wyatt and now challenger Randy Orton stared each other down from their respective positions in the Chamber and on the stage.

Overall, the match was excellent and the retooled Chamber looked great on television.  Wyatt’s coronation as champion was strong and smartly done as he eliminated the current champion and the former long-time champion, making him the clear legitimate title holder.

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The Chad Dukes Wrestling Show: The “B” Show returns!

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This Week, Loud Goat and Thom fill-in for Chad Dukes to discuss ROH’s lack of ticket sales, Impact’s new partnership, Raw, and they preview Elimination Chamber. #BelieveInTheWide

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Kevin Owens on The Chad Dukes Wrestling Show

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Editor’s Note: The interview with Kevin Owens was recorded before news of the passing of Dusty Rhodes was announced.  Rhodes meant a great deal to Kevin Owens and you can read his thoughts on the Dream’s passing HERE.  Our thoughts are with the Runnels family and everyone in the wrestling industry his immense talent touched. 

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NXT Champion Kevin Owens joined the Chad Dukes Wrestling Show on Thursday to promote his Champion versus Champion rematch with John Cena at the Money in the Bank show Sunday on PPV and the WWE Network.  During the interview Owens talked about his success in WWE so far, his son’s reactions to wrestling John Cena, the importance of the NXT title, blocking kids on Twitter, and more.

Follow Kevin Owens on Twitter @FightOwensFight and check out his match this Sunday on the WWE Network.

Thank you to Kevin for being on the show and thanks as always to Joe V. from WWE for arranging the interview.

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140 Characters or Less: Win Owens Win

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You can often tell how well liked or well regarded a superstar is within the pro wrestling business by the twitter outpouring when something good happens to them and last night was one of those nights when Kevin Owens defeated John Cena.

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