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Early betting odds for Crown Jewel 2022

WWE is back on Peacock and WWE Network tomorrow with Crown Jewel live from Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. Eight matches will be forming the card and we’ll take a look at the betting odds of all matches today and tomorrow morning we’ll update it with the latest numbers.

Remember, odds will likely change by the time the show goes on the air so be careful when placing bets.

The Undisputed WWE Universal title will be on the line as Roman Reigns defends against Logan Paul. Reigns is obviously the overwhelming favorite with odds of 1/25 while Paul is 15/2 for one of the biggest upsets in WWE history.

Bianca Belair will defend her Raw Women’s title against Bayley in a last woman standing match. Belair is 4/9 favorite to retain the title while her opponent is 31/20 to walk out of Riyadh as the champ.

Will The Usos feel Ucey enough to keep their titles? Judging by the odds, yes. The Usos are 1/16 heavy favorites to retain their Undisputed WWE Tag Team titles against The Brawling Brutes who are 6/1 underdogs in their odds.

The new WWE Women’s Tag Team champions Alexa Bliss and Asuka will give Damage CTRL their rematch with the new champs being the favs with 1/2 odds while Kai and SKY having 6/4 odds.

The Beast Incarnate rarely misses a Saudi trip and just like most of his matches, he’s the favorite to win this one against Lashley. Brock is 1/4 favorite and Bobby is 5/2.

Will The O.C. find a solution to their Rhea problem? Bookmakers think so as The O.C. are 7/20 favorites to beat Judgment Day tomorrow with their odds set at 39/20.

Drew McIntyre and Karrion Kross will collide inside a steel cage with Kross already having a win over the Scotsman. McIntyre is the favorite this time around with 3/5 odds while Kross is 6/5.

The battle of two giants will see Braun Strowman collide with Omos. Strowman is 1/5 to win while Omos, with MVP, is at 3/1.

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