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Last week, Jason Jordan cost Seth Rollins and replacement partner Roman Reigns a Raw Tag Team Title win and was sent home indefinitely by Kurt Angle due to a nagging injury. This week, the Raw General Manager addressed his son’s status and received a surprising plea from Rollins himself that had nothing to do with the tag team scene.

The Olympic Hero began his address with “mixed emotions,” both informing the WWE Universe that Ronda Rousey would be signing a Monday Night Raw contract at the Elimination Chamber event and that Jordan’s injury would prevent him from competing at WrestleMania. When Rollins arrived, Angle seemed ready to rescind his last-chance ultimatum from the previous week and allow Rollins another crack at the Tag Titles with a new partner. But The Kingslayer had bigger things on his mind. Citing a desire to get back to the main event of WrestleMania, he asked Angle for a different kind of second chance: An entry into the Fatal 4-Way for the last slot in the Men’s Elimination Chamber. Much like last week, Angle left it up to the WWE Universe, and at their overwhelming suggestion, the move was made.

The Fatal 5-Way that pitted Superstars who lost their initial Men’s Elimination Chamber qualifiers (plus Seth Rollins, who maneuvered his way into the match) against each other for the last berth in the fateful contest ended in indecisive fashion, as both Seth Rollins and Finn Bálor administered a match-ending pinfall that led to a historic ruling by Raw General Manager Kurt Angle.

It was a fitting conclusion, as both Superstars had perhaps the most to prove entering the match, though Bray Wyatt, looking once again to return to the site of his first WWE Title victory, certainly kept himself in the thick of the hunt. Sure enough, despite strong showings from “Woken” Matt Hardy (who was so unmoved by Wyatt’s mind games that he got the entire WWE Universe to offer The Reaper of Souls a golf-clap) and Apollo Crews (who saved the match after Rollins took out Bálor and flattened The Architect with a pair of Standing Shooting Star Presses, much to the delight of a ringside Titus O’Neil), the match quickly came down to the three former World Champions of the bunch.

Wyatt dispatched his rival Hardy from contention, administering Sister Abigail to The Woken One on the arena floor and honing in on Crews, who was stranded by himself atop the turnbuckle. Rollins and Bálor joined forces for a Tower of Doom, but while Crews quickly rolled out of the ring after the impact, Wyatt suffered a simultaneous pinfall from both The Kingslayer and The Extraordinary Man. With the result of the match thrown into question, Angle opted to split the difference in a post-Raw confrontation on Facebook Live, decreeing that both Rollins and Bálor would be allowed into the Chamber, turning the bout into a 7-man contest for the first time ever.

Even as the gateway to The Road to WrestleMania is narrowing by the second, it seems there’s still room enough for a surprise. Or, fittingly enough, two.

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