Early betting odds for Survivor Series 2022

The Survivor Series is tomorrow night and for the first time ever, WWE will have WarGames as part of its main roster. It’s a classic WCW pay-per-view match that was imported to NXT several years ago and this year it was “called up” to the big show.

Today we will take a look at the early odds of the show and tomorrow we will update them with a new entry hours before the show. Remember, odds will likely change by the time the show starts so be careful when placing any real money. You can also check here for other free slots.

In the first of two WarGames matches, The Bloodline take on the team of The Brawling Brutes, Drew McIntyre, and Kevin Owens. The Bloodline have the edge on their opponents at the moment, with their odds at 4/7 while the faces are 5/4 for the win.

The women’s WarGames has one more mystery person set to join Bianca Belair’s team tonight on Smackdown, with the rumors being that it will be The Man Becky Lynch who returns to even the odds. Currently, Belair, Bliss, Asuka, Yim, and whoever joins are the favorites with 4/6 odds while Damage CTRL, Cross, and Ripley are 11/10.

The Smackdown Women’s title will be on the line as Shotzi goes for the gold against Ronda Rousey. Rousey has massive odds in her favor with the numbers at 1/33 while Shotzi is a in a no chance in hell position of 9/1.

A triple threat match will decide who will walk out as the United States champion and Seth Rollins, the current champ, is favorite with 4/11 odds. His opponents, Bobby Lashley and Austin Theory, are both at 10/3.

And finally, former Bullet Club members AJ Styles and Finn Balor collide with Styles having 4/9 odds and favorite against Balor who is 11/8.

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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