The road to "WWE Elimination Chamber" continued on "SmackDown," and Roman Reigns helped open the show.

Reigns began with a promo about his match during last Sunday's "Payback." After discussing his loss and the short Shield reunion, he talks about the Money in the Bank ladder match scheduled in June. Fellow Shield alum Dean Ambrose interrupts and talks about his match against WWE World Heavyweight Champion Seth Rollins at the "Elimination Chamber" pay-per-view on the WWE Network. His talk about hopefully defeating Rollins is short lived as Kane comes out and announced Reigns will not appear at the Money in the Bank match. Kane also gave Reigns the night off, but he issued a match for Ambrose against Bray Wyatt for the show's main event.

A four-way-tag-team match is next, and it was described as an excellent opening match. Ahead of the WWE Tag Team Championship match inside the Elimination Chamber, Cesaro and Tyson Kidd vs. Los Matadores vs. The Ascension vs. The Lucha Dragons took place with tag champions The New Day and The Prime Time Players sitting by commentary. Cara and Kalisto won the match following a top-rope finish and pinned one of the Matadores.

Backstage, Renee Young interviewed Dolph Ziggler when Lana appeared. Ziggler and Lana flirt with each other.

Back in the ring, Ziggler continued the show by defeating King Bad News Barrett. Lana, again, appeared to cheer for Ziggler after the match.

Two-time Divas Champion Paige makes her "SmackDown" return with a promo in the ring. After reminding everyone she is still the No. 1 contender for Nikki Bella's Divas Championship, Naomi and Tamina Snuka interrupted. They attack Paige until Nikki surfaced for the save.

After a Bray Wyatt video promo, R-Truth defeated Stardust.

Renee Young's interview is with Ryback, and he talks about how he will win the Intercontinental Championship at "Elimination Chamber."

The Meta Powers -- Curtis Axel and Damien "Mandow" Sandow -- defeated Adam Rose and Heath Slater.

Renee's third interview is with Bo Dallas.

The main event is next. Ambrose vs. Wyatt occurred, but there are interruptions by J&J Security and Rollins. Reigns appeared to help even up the odds, and Ambrose delivered Dirty Deeds to Wyatt for the win. The show ends with Ambrose staring down Rollins.


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