As it is the day of the event we will be taking a look at who the Royal Rumble 2022 odds predict will win the big matches on this annual showcase. With the road to WrestleMania heating up, this is the night that could change everything. Let’s take a look at what the betting odds predict.
Our odds are courtesy of SkyBet
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Men’s Royal Rumble
Just like last time we looked at these odds Brock Lesnar is the day-of favorite to win his first Royal Rumble in 19 years. The popular theory is still that Lesnar will lose the championship to Bobby Lashley earlier in the show by nefarious means before winning the royal rumble and going after Roman Reigns. Another possibility is Lesnar winning and attempting to unify the titles in a clash with Roman Reigns.
AJ Styles and Big E lag behind Lesnar in the top 3.
Women’s Royal Rumble
With rumors swirling that she is on the verge of a comeback to the WWE former UFC Champion Ronda Rousey is the current favorite to win the Royal Rumble. Rousey made a quick climb up the odds after these rumors emerged. This marks a change from our previous look at the Royal Rumble 2022 odds which had the injured Bayley as the favorite to win.
Ronda Rousey winning would open up some interesting possibilities as Becky Lynch and Charlotte Flair are the current women’s titleholders. Lynch and Rousey have bad blood going back to the last time Rousey was active in the WWE. But, we can never count out Charlotte Flair who was also involved in the main event that saw Rousey lose her first match in the WWE.
Bianca Belair and Sasha Banks fill out the top three with Banks making a surprising return to action on SmackDown.
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