Five of the most memorable Survivor Series moments (1)

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The 29th annual Survivor Series event takes place live from The Phillips Arena in Atlanta Georgia and here are the five greatest moments that WWE will have to try to top this year.

5- First ever Elimination Chamber Match

The first ever match of this type was introduced to the WWE Universe at 2002's Survivor Series event and saw Shawn Michaels walk out with the World Heavyweight Championship after a brutal and hard-fought match against Triple H, Rob Van Dam, Chris Jericho, Booker T and Kane.

Shawn Michaels pinned longtime friend Triple H to pick up the win and it is remembered fondly as one of the hardest fought victories of his career. 


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There is nothing more unforgiving than the steel structure of The Elimination Chamber and these six superstars were the first to be baptised into it's brutality, it has now become known as one of WWE most dangerous matches along with the likes of Hell in a Cell and The Inferno match.  

The match type has since become so popular that WWE have made it an annual pay-per-view event and even though it was scrapped this year in favour of the newly named Fastlane event, WWE still brought back the Elimination Chamber as a Network exclusive event back in May.

Even though the pay-per-view has given out so many memorable moments over the years, it's hard to top the first time we were ever introduced to Satan's structure.

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