WWE's last pay-per-view before WrestleMania takes place on Sunday, when you'll get to watch six wrestlers beat the hell out of each other in a unique cage-like contraption. The 2014 Elimination Chamber event gets underway at 8 p.m. ET, headlined by the WWE World Heavyweight Championship match in the Elimination Chamber itself.
WWE has the information on how to watch the pay-per-view, depending on how you want to order it. You can buy it the traditional way, through your cable or satellite television provider, or watch through a number of other means. WWE streams the event on their website and through their mobile app, as well as through services like XBOX Live, PlayStation Network or Smart TV. Unfortunately, WWE is currently in a bit of a battle with DISH Network, so you can't get the event via the traditional means if that is your provider.
Following this event, future pay-per-view events will be available through the WWE Network, which launches on Monday. In the future, all events will be available as part of the $10 per month subscription -- including WrestleMania 30 -- but this event is not covered.
The event starts with a free pre-show that gets underway at 7:30 p.m. ET. You can watch the pre-show on WWE's YouTube channel. In addition to build-up to the main card with Mark Henry, Rey Mysterio and The Miz, the pre-show features a tag team match between The Rhodes Brothers, Cody Rhodes and Goldust, and RybAxel, Ryback and Curtis Axel. The pay-per-view will begin at 8 p.m. ET, right after the pre-show concludes.