WarGames makes its way to the WWE main roster on November 26, 2022 as part of Survivor Series. The Survivor Series WarGames betting odds could provide some helpful insight into who is going to win each match. Let’s take a look at who the betting market predicts will win at Survivor Series 2022.
All odds are courtesy of SkyBet
Survivor Series WarGames Betting Odds Analysis
— WWE (@WWE) November 26, 2022
Women’s WarGames Match – Asuka, Bianca Belair, Becky Lunch, Alexa Bliss & Mia Yim vs Rhea Ripley, Bayley, Dakota Kai, IYO SKY & Nikki Cross
The current betting market is giving a slim lead to big time bex and her cohorts. The babyface group is currently sitting at odds of 4/6 to win. Bayley’s group is not far behind at 11/10, some late trading from those with insider knowledge could swing this match.
SmackDown Women’s Championship – Ronda Rousey vs Shotzi
Shotzi has no chance. Rousey has eye-popping odds of 1/33 to come away victorious.
US Championship – Seth Rollins vs Bobby Lashley vs Austin Theory
The current champion is the current betting favourite to emerge as champion. His opponents have completely split the betting market and have the same odds. Rollins is currently at 4/11 to retain while Theory and Lashley have 10/3 odds of becoming champion.
AJ Styles vs Finn Balor
The OC and Judgment Day clash in this singles contest as AJ Styles looks for retribution. The Survivor Series WarGames betting odds currently favour Styles to deal out some humble pie, as he has odds of 4/7 of winning. Balor is behind, but not by much, at 5/4 odds of victory.
Men’s WarGames Match – Brawling Brutes vs Bloodline
The headliner has the exact same odds as our previous match funnily enough. The Bloodline are at 4/7, while the Brawling Brutes are at 5/4.
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