For the third year in a row, Elimination Chamber is going outside the United States with WWE announcing that next year’s event will be taking place from the 60,000-seater Optus Stadium in Perth, Australia.
In 2022, WWE took the show to Saudi Arabia. The show was held at the Jeddah Super Dome in Jeddah where over 33,000 fans attended the event. Brock Lesnar walked out of Jeddah as the winner of the Elimination Chamber that night and also won the WWE title in the process.
In 2023, Elimination Chamber moved up the border to Montreal, Quebec, Canada. A sold out crowd of over 17,000 jam packed the Bell Centre as the Bloodline storyline continued, with Montreal’s favorite Sami Zayn coming close, but falling short of winning the WWE title against Roman Reigns.
With WWE’s first visit to Australia since 2018, this show is expected to be a hot ticket and a big crowd will be on hand. It’s likely that the full stadium will not be used although depending on ticket sales, it could be expanded if there’s enough demand.