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Early betting odds for King and Queen of the Ring 2024

WWE returns to Saudi Arabia for King and Queen of the Ring tomorrow, their first of two premium live events this year. The show features just five matches, same as Backlash France had.

Below are the early betting odds for tomorrow’s show which starts at 1PM ET. These odds are likely to change so please be careful when betting real money.

In the Undisputed WWE title match, Cody Rhodes is as secure as ever with his odds set at 1/50 while those of United States champion Logan Paul are 9/1.

Becky Lynch puts her WWE Women’s World title on the line against Liv Morgan and bookmakers are still on the fence about this one, with both champion and challenger sitting with 17/20 odds.

In the King of the Ring final, Gunther is 8/25 favorite to beat either Randy Orton or Tama Tonga, with Gunther’s opponent having odds of 21/10 at time of this writing.

In the Queen of the Ring final, Lyra Valkyria has 39/20 odds and underdog while her opponent, either Bianca Belair or Nia Jax, have 7/20 odds and favorites.

The Intercontinental title will be up for grabs in a triple threat match. Champion Sami Zayn is 1/4 favorite to walk out of Jeddah still champion while Chad Gable is 4/1 and Bronson Reeds is at 7/1.

Colin Vassallo
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Colin Vassallo has been editor of Wrestling-Online since 1996. He is born and raised in Malta, follows professional wrestling and MMA, loves to travel, and is a big Apple fan!

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