Elimination Chamber is a match type in professional wrestling, seen in IWE Wrestling. The match debuted at Rage in Hell pay per view in 2010 at the Circus Theatre in Montana, it is a cage match along the lines of a Hell in a Cell.
The structure itself is made of black-painted steel with an outer structure of 16 frames, each weighing 300 pounds (140 kg). The chamber is 36 feet (11 m) in diameter. The structure weighs 16 tons, 10 of which consists of steel. Each inner chamber is made of three sheets of "bulletproof" plexiglass, costing US$225 per sheet. 2 miles (3.2 km) of chain are also used. Eight motors are used to suspend the structure over the ring before each event.