#1 Seth Rollins
Elimination Chamber 2018: Seth Rollins wrote in an end-of-2018 social media post that he did not know which direction his WWE career was going at the beginning of the year. He got off to a great start, lasting over an hour in a gauntlet match on Raw, and he was then part of the first seven-man Elimination Chamber match in WWE history. Despite his career resurgence, “The Kingslayer” never looked like winning inside the Chamber.
Elimination Chamber 2019: One year on, Rollins’ momentum has kept on rolling and, thanks to his victory at the Royal Rumble, he is currently preparing to challenge Brock Lesnar for the Universal Championship at WrestleMania 35 on April 7. He has been taken off live events due to a back injury, meaning he will not compete at Elimination Chamber, but it’s fair to say that his career has progressed massively since last year.