Elimination Chamber Betting Odds: Tracking Potential Title Changes

Roman Reigns vs Sami Zayn | Elimination Chamber betting odds

WWE‘s Elimination Chamber premium-live-event is right around the corner and like many major WWE shows, that means we have betting odds to examine, analyze, over-analyze, and perhaps use to come to a conclusion as to who will win some of the top matches on the Road to WrestleMania.

Please note: All odds are courtesy of BetOnline and are current as of 12PM on 2/16/23. Odds, like wrestling cards, are subject to change over the next few days.

Elimination Chamber Betting Odds

Mixed Tag Team Match

Edge and Beth Phoenix – 300
Finn Balor and Rhea Ripley +200

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It should come as no surprise that Edge and Beth Phoenix are favored in their Elimination Chamber betting odds. Edge has been on the shelf thanks to Judgment Day and upon his return at the Royal Rumble, he clearly had one target in mind: getting back at the man who stole his faction right out from under him. The grouping of Balor, Ripley, Dominik Mysterio, and Damian Priest has certainly been promising as they have shown they didn’t need Edge as a leader to steer them in the right direction. Balor and Ripley are a great mixed tag pair but this is a big match for Edge and Phoenix as it marks just the second time the husband/wife duo are sharing the ring. Their prior mixed tag match was a victory against Miz and Maryse at last year’s Royal Rumble. This match should hold much the same result, unless of course the rest of Judgment Day finds themselves involved.

Singles Match

Brock Lesnar – 200
Bobby Lashley +140

While this match doesn’t quite hold the gravitas as last year’s rumble – when Bobby Lashley and Brock Lesnar finally wrestled their first match against each other – it certainly is still a marquee bout on a pretty well-stacked card. Anytime Lesnar wrestles a non-Big 4 PLE, it’s certainly billed as a huge event as the former champ doesn’t work all that much these days. But clearly Lesnar wants to work with Lashley as he’s made several TV appearances in the weeks leading from Royal Rumble up to this match. In singles matches, Lesnar and Lashley are 1-1, making this Elimination Chamber showdown the ultimate rubber match. And as high as WWE is on Lashley and how big a star they have presented him to be, it’s hard to imagine Lesnar doesn’t get the win here. That said, the sportsbooks are keeping the Elimination Chamber betting odds for this one closer than many probably expected so who knows…

Read MoreMatch Point: Brock Lesnar vs. Bobby Lashley, WWE Royal Rumble (1/29/22)

Raw Women’s Championship #1 Contenders Match – Elimination Chamber

Asuka -1250
Raquel Rodriguez +400
Liv Morgan +900
Nikki Cross +1400
Carmella +2000
Natalya +2500

WWE held their first-ever Women’s Elimination Chamber match in 2018. Since then, the company has held three additional such matches, including two of which were for the Raw Women’s Championship #1 contendership. This includes the most recent women’s chamber match in 2022, where Bianca Belair won before proceeding to defeat Becky Lynch at WrestleMania 38, for the championship which Belair still holds. Perhaps that same fate will be in store for the winner of this match, of which there is an overwhelming favorite. Asuka’s relaunch as her darker Kana persona has been gaining traction and popularity among fans. While Asuka was always a great competitor, this new and vicious side to her has certainly put the women’s division on notice. It appears likely that this Elimination Chamber match will be the beginning of the reign of Asuka. At the very least, the Elimination Chamber betting odds are clearly in her favor to at least win this match and go on to challenge Belair, likely at WrestleMania 39. And much like when Shayna Baszler dominated her way through the chamber match in 2020, expect Asuka to do the same. Raquel Rodriguez should make a nice debut for herself in the match but at the end of the day, even she, won’t be ready for Asuka.

WWE Undisputed Universal Championship

Roman Reigns -2000
Sami Zayn +700

Read MoreMatch Point: Roman Reigns vs. Sami Zayn, WWE Elimination Chamber (2/18/23)

WWE tried to create a shadow of doubt during Raw where Sami Zayn and Cody Rhodes engaged in a promo battle about the chance they would meet each other at WrestleMania, but that segment did little to change the sportsbooks’ minds. Roman Reigns is still the overwhelming favorite to retain his title at least one more time, against a man who is hotter than any wrestler in the company and perhaps any company, in Sami Zayn. Zayn’s decision to walk away from the Bloodline couldn’t have come at a worst time. Sure he’ll get a title match out of it but given Rhodes’ return and Royal Rumble win, what is going to happen next might be the worst-kept secret in WWE. Reigns can’t lose the titles to Zayn, because WWE has been telegraphing ever since Rhodes returned to the company at last year’s WrestleMania, that he would be a made man. It’s been in the script for nearly a year that Rhodes would be the guy to finally dethrone Reigns at the biggest show of the year, to finally fulfill the dream of his father and himself. The story writes itself and up until recently, it was the best story WWE has had in some time. But then Zayn showed up and made himself undeniable. If only Rhodes wasn’t waiting in the wings, one could certainly argue that WWE very well could put the title on Zayn in front of his hometown fans. But as such, the Elimination Chamber betting odds don’t seem to suggest that outcome.

WWE United States Championship – Elimination Chamber

Austin Theory -300
Seth Rollins +275
Bronson Reed +600
Montez Ford +800
Damian Priest +1200
Johnny Gargano +1600

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No matter who walks away with the United States Championship after this match, there will be at least one other winner and that’s the fans. This is a great collection of the title scene for Raw‘s lone singles championship. It combines guys from the main event scene, guys from the midcard, and guys recently promoted from NXT. It also features the intrigue of Montez Ford in a rare singles match, perhaps suggesting the long rumored Ford singles push is about to begin. At the top of the pack is the defending champion Austin Theory, who is favored – but not my much – to retain the title. By hook or by crook, Theory has managed to hold onto his championship using the champion’s advantage, but in this match, there is no champion’s advantage. If Theory wants to keep his crown, he’ll need to be the last man standing after the brutal chamber. And while that is no easy feat, Theory at least has the experience of having been inside the chamber before and more so, lasting until the end. He joins Seth Rollins as the only men taking part in this year’s match to have previous chamber experience. Rollins has been Theory’s main rival over the last few months for the title so it wouldn’t be surprising to see the final two come down to those men. It is also likely that whoever wins the title on Saturday, will be the one carrying the belt into WrestleMania. As of this writing, Theory’s lead over Rollins to retain saw some movement with Theory opening -250 and thus slightly increasing his likelihood of winning according to the sportsbooks’ Elimination Chamber betting odds.

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