With less than three weeks until the pay-per-view, the build to the Elimination Chamber continued on Raw last night.
There were two more qualifying matches for the men's Elimination Chamber, with Roman Reigns and The Miz earning their spots. After already qualifying for the pay-per-view, John Cena, Braun Strowman, and Elias faced off for the right to enter the Chamber last during the match.
All five of Alexa Bliss' challengers for the women's Elimination Chamber were announced. Nia Jax won't be one of those five, but she'll instead face Asuka at the PPV. If Jax wins, she'll be added to the Raw Women's title match at WrestleMania.
Also on Raw, Roman Reigns subbed in for an injured Jason Jordan as Reigns & Seth Rollins challenged for Cesaro & Sheamus' Tag Team titles, Asuka took on Bayley, and Finn Balor teamed with Karl Anderson against The Revival.
More coverage from last night --
- WOR: Raw report, Elimination Chamber, Booker vs. Graves, tons more! 2/6
- Elimination Chamber qualifying match confirmed for Raw next week
- Women's Elimination Chamber lineup set, Asuka to face Nia Jax
- WWE Raw live results: Roman Reigns vs. Bray Wyatt
WWE Raw video highlights --
Roman Reigns defeats Bray Wyatt to advance to the Elimination Chamber
Finn Balor & Karl Anderson vs. The Revival
Cedric Alexander & Mustafa Ali vs. Drew Gulak & Tony Nese
Kurt Angle announces Alexa Bliss' challengers for the Elimination Chamber
Asuka vs. Bayley
The Miz says 2018 will be his year, plans to hold the Universal and IC titles at the same time
The Miz advances to the men's Elimination Chamber match
Reigns subs in for Jason Jordan, challenges for the Tag Team titles with Seth Rollins
Kurt Angle sends Jason Jordan home until he's medically cleared
Nia Jax sends a message to Asuka
Mickie James vs. Sonya Deville
Elias performs a song ahead of the triple threat main event
John Cena vs. Braun Strowman vs. Elias (winner enters the Elimination Chamber last)
Raw fallout: Finn Balor is going to make the most of his opportunity next week
Raw fallout: Titus Worldwide thinks next week will be a beautiful time for them