Current betting odds for the Greatest Royal Rumble


You know a WWE event is important when bookmakers open the show up for online betting and the Greatest Royal Rumble in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia, is the first non pay-per-view event to be given the betting treatment.

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The main event will be the 50-man Rumble match and there is quite an interesting mix of potential winners for bookmakers. Landing in #1 and the favorite to take it all is Braun Strowman, with odds of 5/4. Strowman has been on some good momentum for a few months and winning the biggest Rumble ever would give him an extra push. Coming in second is Daniel Bryan, whose odds are at 13/8. Baron Corbin is surprisingly third at 11/2, the recently-returned Lashley is in fourth with odds of 9/1 and then Chris Jericho with 11/1 odds.

Just like at WrestleMania, Roman Reigns is the favorite to win the Universal title inside the steel cage at the Greatest Royal Rumble. His odds are 4/7 while a Lesnar surprise is set at 5/4.

The same odds are being presented for the WWE title match although AJ Styles is now the favorite to retain the title with 4/7 odds and Nakamura at 5/4.

The four-way Intercontinental title ladder match has Seth Rollins the favorite to keep the title with odds at 4/6. The Miz is second with 2/1, Finn Balor next with 6/1, and Samoa Joe is far away with 16/1 odds.

The United States title also looks in favor of staying with Jeff Hardy and the Smackdown brand with Hardy having 4/9 odds while his challenger Jinder Mahal is at 13/8.

Cedric Alexander is at 1/5 odds to retain the Cruiserweight title while Kalisto is a big outsider with 10/3 odds.

Things will get “woken” when Matt Hardy and Bray Wyatt battle Sheamus and Cesaro for the Raw Tag Team titles. Hardy and Wyatt are overwhelming favorites at 1/10 to win the titles while the former Raw Tag Team champions are at 11/2 for the upset.

The Bludgeon Brothers are at 2/7 to retain the Smackdown Tag Team titles against The Usos who are at 5/2 to regain the straps.

In the other two non-title matches of the card, John Cena is at 2/5 to defeat Triple H who is at 7/4 while to no surprise to anyone, The Undertaker is the overwhelming favorite to win the casket match against Rusev with odds of 1/10 versus 11/2.