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Early betting odds for Night of Champions 2023

WWE is back on Peacock tomorrow with Night of Champions live from Jeddah. We’ll take a look at the current, early betting odds for the show and tomorrow we will update all the numbers hours before the show.

A new World Heavyweight champion will be crowned tomorrow night and it’s going to be either Seth Rollins or AJ Styles. Rollins is heavy favorite with 1/9 odds while Styles is 17/4.

After reading the rest of the odds, you can also try your luck at online free slots!

The Bloodline has a chance to reclaim the Undisputed WWE Tag Team titles with Roman Reigns and Solo Sikoa going for the titles against champs Sami Zayn and Kevin Owens. The champions are the favorites right now with 7/25 odds while the challengers are 23/10.

Cody Rhodes is sporting a “broken arm” but will still wrestle Lesnar. The Beast Incarnate is favorite with 11/20 odds while Rhodes is looking like he has a rough day ahead with odds of 13/10.

The Raw Women’s title is on the line with Bianca Belair defending against her WrestleMania opponent Asuka. Belair looks like she will retain with her odds at 7/25 while Asuka is 23/10 to walk out as champ.

Another women’s title match will see Rhea Ripley defending her Smackdown Women’s title against Natalya. Ripley is the overwhelming favorite with a whopping 1/40 odds while Natalya is a non-starter with 8/1.

Gunther is looking to extend his run as Intercontinental champion by defending against Mustafa Ali. Gunther and Ali share the same odds as Ripley and Natalya and we don’t have to spell out for you who the favorite is.

In their first-ever match, Becky Lynch takes on Trish Stratus and The Man is the favorite right now with odds of 3/10 while Stratus is 11/5.


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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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