Your Monday Post #147: Tamina vs Beth Phoenix for the Divas Championship at Elimination Chamber 2012 (February, 19th 2012)

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This Coming Sunday Marks the Day the Superstars of Smackdown step into the dangerous structure of the Elimination Chamber as the blue brand host its first pay per view of the year. While its yet to be known whether the women will have any sort of dangerous stipulation when they step out to compete at Elimination Chamber this weekend, there’s been quite a few women’s wrestling matches that have taken place on the PPV, including in 2012 when a newly established babyface in Tamina Snuka took on Rumored Soon to be WWE Hall of Famer Beth Phoenix in a rare showdown for the dominant Glamazon’s Divas Championship.

Phoenix had gone on to state that she would be the Champion forever with consecutive victories under her belt as her ever so lengthy reign continued, but this would also provide an opportunity for an equally fearsome Tamina to step up, becoming one of Phoenix’s top threats. Inheriting her late fathers signature Supafly Splash, Tamina came close to victory with the very move, but ultimately didn’t put out the Flame of Phoenix, whose usual finishing Glam Slam brought her another successful title defense. The Match also marked as the first of three consecutive Elimination Chamber Pay Per Views that Tamina would be featured on.

– Catherine

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