More On WWE Spoiling Outcome Of “Second Chance Fatal 4-Way Match” & Chamber Participants
As was reported over the weekend, WWE momentarily spoiled the outcome of Monday’s “Second Chance Fatal 4-Way Match” for RAW. On their website WWE temporarily posted a graphic for the Elimination Chamber that would indicate the final participants in the match.
You can see the graphic below:
Remember that time WWE spoiled the outcome of Raw's Last Chance Fatal 4-Way Match, and gave away the final participants of the Men's Chamber Match? Womp Womp. Sad Tuba. Somebody got yelled at. #WWE #RAW #WWERaw #LastChanceFatal4Way #EliminationChamber #EliminationChamber2018 pic.twitter.com/pSI6VkiZzD
— BodySlam.net (@BodySlamDotNet) February 11, 2018
On today’s installment of Wrestling Observer Radio, Dave Meltzer discussed the error and went on to explain that the graphics were made ahead of time, and somehow were released early to the market.
Meltzer said, “At some point when somebody was making ads, they were told to put Finn Balor in and have them released on Tuesday and they got released early in the market. They could change their minds, it happens all the time but it looks like it’s Balor in that spot.”