The final WWE pay-per-view of 2020 takes place at Tropicana Field in St. Petersburg, Florida on Sunday night, and the odds that are listed on the online sportsbooks could be a good indicator as to which way each bout might go.
Both of the top men’s titles will be defended in Tables, Ladders, and Chairs matches, and in each instance, the champion is tipped to successfully defend.
Drew McIntyre puts his WWE Championship on the line against AJ Styles, and the Scot is priced at 1/8 with 888sport to retain with The Phenomenal One given just an outside chance at 4/1.
Roman Reigns is an even bigger favourite in his TLC match against Kevin Owens. The two-time Universal champion is expected to be in a high-profile match at WrestleMania, and is as short as 1/40 to see off Kevin Owens and move onto the next challenge in 2021.
Both main events are expected to be of the highest quality – so much so that they are odds-on to be rated 4.25 stars or above by the Wrestling Observer.
WWE prop bets such as star ratings and signature moves can only be seen on the very best online sportsbooks, and those can be found on the comparison website MyBettingsites.com/ca.
The SmackDown Women’s Championship will be up for grabs as Carmella gets another shot at Sasha Banks. After winning the belt at Hell in a Cell, Banks defeated the Raw Women’s Champion, Asuka, at Survivor Series and is 1/4 to emerge victorious in her first PPV defense.
Carmella beat Banks by disqualification on SmackDown last week and is 5/2 to triumph on Sunday irrespective of whether or not she walks out with the title.
The Women’s Tag Team Championship matchup on the card pits Nia Jax and Shayna Baszler against an Asuka and Lana pairing that has earned two victories versus the champions on Raw in recent weeks, and they are favourites at 13/25 to succeed at TLC.
Lana has never held WWE gold, whereas Asuka, a Grand Slam winner, is a former Tag Team champion along with Kairi Sane and has been the singles champion on Raw, SmackDown, and NXT – making her one of the most decorated female athletes in the company’s history.
The New Day vs The Hurt Business is the most difficult match to call as far as the betting sites are concerned. A title change could beckon as Cedric Alexander and Shelton Benjamin are favoured at 13/20, and this would be the first time Benjamin has won a tag title since his World’s Greatest Tag Team days with Charlie Haas.
Only one non-title match is locked in at the time of writing, and it sees Bray Wyatt take on Randy Orton. Both have had championship reigns in 2020, and Wyatt is 2/7 to come out on top and perhaps move into another title feud.
The Royal Rumble winner odds often change in the build-up to the start of the Road to WrestleMania, and Big E currently leads the betting at 5/2 on the men’s side.
Bianca Belair is the favourite for the women’s Royal Rumble at 4/1, but behind her at 11/2 apiece are Bayley, Charlotte Flair, Rhea Ripley, Ronda Rousey, and Shayna Baszler.