On Sunday night, WWE's "Elimination Chamber" 2017 pay-per-view will arrive from Phoenix, Arizona bringing fans a card full of championship matches and wrestling rivalries. Among them will be Alexa Bliss defending her SmackDown Women's Championship, American Alpha defending the tag team titles, and also the main event match. That bout will feature the structure known as the Elimination Chamber with John Cena defending the WWE World Heavyweight title against five other competitors. Can Cena emerge still the champion?

Fans are also wondering when does the WWE "Elimination Chamber" 2017 PPV start, so here are all of the latest details.

Updated Match Card

Sunday's event features at least six or more matches on the main card. Among them, Dolph Ziggler will be in a 2-on-1 handicap match against Apollo Crews and Kalisto, Nikki Bella will battle Natalya, and Becky Lynch takes on Mickie James. In addition, the 2017 Royal Rumble match winner, Randy Orton, takes on former Wyatt Family member, Luke Harper.

American Alpha will defend their SmackDown tag team titles against all of the other tag teams on the "SmackDown Live" roster in a tag team turmoil match.

Alexa Bliss will also put her WWE Women's Championship on the line against Naomi. Could the "blue brand" possibly have several new champions leaving the arena on Sunday night?

As mentioned, John Cena's WWE World Heavyweight title is also on the line in the Elimination Chamber match. Cena doesn't necessarily have to be the last guy pinned to lose either, as he can be eliminated early on, leaving other competitors to fight over the belt.

The other five superstars in the match will be The Miz, Baron Corbin, AJ Styles, Dean Ambrose, and Bray Wyatt.

What time does it all start?

As with other WWE events, there will be a special live "KickOff Show" for the pay-per-view. This show is exclusively shown on WWE's various social media pages, as well as the WWE website and WWE Network. It has a scheduled start time of 7 p.m. Eastern Time and will also feature a free match as part of the program.

The "Elimination Chamber" PPV start time is set for 8 p.m. Eastern Time. The event will be shown live streaming online through WWE Network, as well as select cable providers for TV viewers to order. WWE Network is the best option for subscribers or fans who want to sign up for a free one-month trial of the service in order to see this pay-per-view, as well as next month's "Fastlane" 2017 PPV.

Will you be watching the "Elimination Chamber" pay-per-view on Sunday night? Who will walk out as the WWE World Heavyweight Champion?

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