We’re currently on the road to WrestleMania and the next stop is the Elimination Chamber premium live event. The card has been coming together in recent weeks, but it looks like WWE could be making a change to their original plans.

PWInsider is reporting that originally Jade Cargill was set to be part of the women’s Elimination Chamber, but she is no longer expected to be part of the match. Cargill is expected to be at SmackDown on Friday and WWE will be taping two episodes of the show ahead of the Elimination Chamber premium live event next week.

Jade Cargill first signed with WWE in September of 2023 and she recently made her in-ring debut for the company last month at the Royal Rumble. There’s currently no word on when she will be competing in her next televised match for WWE.

So far Becky Lynch, Bianca Belair and Liv Morgan have all qualified for the women’s Elimination Chamber match. Tiffany Stratton will face Shotzi and Zelina Vega will face Naomi in qualifying matches on SmackDown this week. A Last Chance Battle Royale will also be held next week on Raw to determine who will get the last spot in the Elimination Chamber match.

Stay tuned for updates.