WWE kicks off 2022 with the Day 1 pay-per-view tomorrow live from Atlanta, Georgia, the first-ever WWE pay-per-view to be held on January 1.
Seven matches are currently on the card although with coronavirus it’s hard to predict which ones will go ahead as planned and which ones will feature a change. Today, we bring you the early betting odds for the top three matches of the card as it stands now and tomorrow we will take a look at the odds for the full card.
In the Universal title match, Brock Lesnar gets to take another crack at Roman Reigns with the biggest question being where will Paul Heyman be by the time the night is over. Reigns is currently the favorite to retain the title with odds of 2/5 as Lesnar finds himself in an unusual position as the underdog with 7/4 odds.
The WWE title will be defended in a fatal four-way match featuring champion Big E against Bobby Lashley, Seth Rollins, and Kevin Owens. Big E is favorite as the winner according to bookies with 3/5 odds with Lashley coming in second at 3/1, Rollins at 7/2, and Owens at 9/2 for the upset.
Becky Lynch puts up the Raw Women’s title on the line against Liv Morgan in the only women’s match on the card. Lynch, much to no surprise, is the favorite to walk out of Atlanta still the champion with 1/5 odds while Morgan is 3/1 to get her first title in WWE.