- An article on WWE.com looking at the most vicious moments in Elimination Chamber history alluded to two Chamber matches taking place this Sunday. The final page of the article read:

"With two Elimination Chamber Matches slated for this Sunday, Feb. 17, who's to say what horror awaits the 12 Superstars when they enter Satan's Prison?"

As noted earlier, there were rumors that The Shield vs. Sheamus, John Cena & Ryback match would take place in the Chamber after Ryback wrote on his Twitter earlier this week that he would deliver justice "in The Chamber." He later changed the Tweet to read "at Elimination Chamber." Unless plans change at the last minute, there is only one match scheduled in the Chamber this Sunday.

- According to Bloomberg News, Take-Two Interactive Software Inc. has taken over the WWE video game franchise previously held by THQ Inc. WWE's contract with THQ was terminated and the company will enter into new agreements with Take-Two, which will hire THQ'a former employees to work on the games. THQ will pay WWE $650,000 in royalty payments for WWE games that were sold while under bankruptcy protection, and will waive its pre-bankruptcy claims (estimated at around $45 million) and any claims for annual royalty advances that ran through 2017.

- Here is a new GI Joe TV spot featuring The Rock:

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