The following are the results for the WWE Elimination Chamber pay-per-view event, which took place from the Mercedes Benz Superdome in New Orleans, LA.  Michael Cole, Jerry “The King” Lawler and John Bradshaw Layfield are the commentators for the evening.

Pre Show Tag Team Match
Brodus Clay and Tensai defeated Team Rhodes Scholars by pin fall with a Double Splash on Cody Rhodes.

World Heavyweight Championship Match
Alberto Del Rio (c) defeated The Big Show by submission with the Cross Arm Breaker.

US Championship Match
Antonio Cesaro (c) defeated The Miz by disqualification due to a “Low Blow.”

Elimination Chamber Match
Daniel Bryan and Chris Jericho were the first in the ring to start the match.  Jack Swagger was the third man in followed by Kane and Randy Orton.  The last participant was the World’s Strongest Man Mark Henry.

Order of Eliminations:
–Mark Henry eliminated Daniel Bryan by pin fall with the World’s Strongest Slam.
–Mark Henry eliminated Kane by pin fall with the World’s Strongest Slam.
–Randy Orton eliminated Mark Henry by pin fall with the RKO.
–Randy Orton eliminated Chris Jericho by pin fall with the RKO, however he was quickly rolled up from behind by Jack Swagger.

Jack Swagger is the winner of the Elimination Chamber match, and will face Alberto Del Rio for the World Heavyweight Championship at WrestleMania 29.

Six-Man Tag Team Match
The Shield defeated John Cena/Sheamus/Ryback by pin fall. Roman Reigns hit Ryback with a Spear while he was going for the Shell Shock on Seth Rollins. Rollins lands on top of Ryback, and covers him for the victory.

Bonus Singles Match
Dolph Ziggler (w/AJ and Big E. Langston) defeated Kofi Kingston by pin fall with the Zig Zag.  After the match, Ziggler and AJ head to the locker room while Big E. Langston attacked Kingston.

Divas Championship Match
Kaitlyn (c) defeated Tamina Snuka by pin fall with the Spear.

WWE Championship Match (Title Can Change Hands If The Rock Is Counted Out Or Disqualified)
The Rock (c) defeated CM Punk (w/Paul Heyman) by pin fall with the Rock Bottom.  The finish was Paul Heyman holding The Rock up while CM Punk tried to hit him with the WWE title.  Rock moved, Heyman catches the title to the face, and The Rock hits CM Punk with a Rock Bottom.  The original referee slides into the ring to make the 1-2-3 count, and The Rock retains.