Early betting odds for SummerSlam 2023

SummerSlam is just around the corner, and today we will present you the early betting odds for tomorrow’s premium live event on 24betting, a renowned platform for sports enthusiasts to engage in exciting wagering experiences.

We will update the numbers tomorrow night as the show gets closer to bell time so remember folks, be responsible if you are betting using real money.

Cousins will go to war for the Undisputed WWE Universal title as well as the title of Tribal Chief. Roman Reigns is unsurprisingly the favorite to still have all the titles with 1/14 odds while Jey Uso trails at 11/2.

The jury is still out on who will walk out with the WWE World Heavyweight championship tomorrow night with Seth Rollins and Finn Balor both stuck with 17/20 odds suggesting that this one will be a close one.

Gunther looks like he is extending his IC title reign beyond tomorrow as he is favorite to retain with 7/20 odds while Drew McIntyre is 39/20.

Cody Rhodes and Brock Lesnar go for round three with the series set at 1-1. Lesnar finds himself in a rare place as the underdog, with his odds at 7/2 while Cody is the clear favorite with 2/13 odds.

Just like Lesnar, Rousey is rarely the underdog but she is tomorrow as she battles Shayna Baszler in possibly her last match in a while. Baszler is 1/4 favorite while Rousey follows with 5/2 odds.

Ricochet and Logan Paul are set for a high-flying bout and Paul looks like he’s picking up his first victory in a while with his odds at 1/6 while Ricochet is 13/4.

And the WWE Women’s title will be on the line in a triple threat match as Asuka defends against Charlotte Flair and Bianca Belair. Asuka is 1/2 favorite to retain while Flair and Belair are 5/2 and 7/2 respectively.

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