WWE has posted a video (above) of Alexa Bliss and Mickie James watching and reacting to last year’s first ever Women’s Elimination Chamber match.

Bliss won last year’s match to retain the RAW Women’s Championship.

Why Kingston should win on Sunday

WWE.com is featuring an article making the case for Kofi Kingston to become the new WWE Champion during tomorrow’s Elimination Chamber match.

He’s in the match to replace Mustafa Ali, a profanely talented Cruiserweight with a ceiling so high that the wrestling gods probably had to clear his creation with the Chicago zoning board. (A long shot sentimental favorite in the Chamber, Ali was beset by injuries and sent to the bench; his time will surely come.) But Kingston’s performance on SmackDown LIVE this past Tuesday was not one of those happy-to-be-here deals where the replacement shows up, puts in a few minutes to remind the crowd how good he is (or was) and makes it known that he could win it all if he had more time to prepare. Instead, he gave a marathon performance by any measure; it was a night in which Kofi seemingly brought every single lesson of his decade-plus to bear in the ring. He was fighting, fighting to prove that he could win this match; that he could win the next match; that it was an insane oversight to assume he shouldn’t have been in either match in the first place.