Full betting odds for Crown Jewel 2021

WWE is back in Saudi Arabia tomorrow for the first time since February 2020 with the coronavirus pandemic putting the lucrative WWE deal on pause until now.

We will be providing you with the latest betting odds for the whole card in this post. Remember, betting odds might change by the time the show starts so always be careful before placing any bets. If you’re into general sports betting check out bet-bonuskoodi.com as well for more great offers.

Roman Reigns will be defending the Universal title against Brock Lesnar with the bigger question being what will Paul Heyman do. Heyman tweeted that he’s walking in with the Universal champion and walking out with the Universal champion…but who that Universal champion will be remains to be seen. In a rare occasion, Brock Lesnar is actually the underdog in this match, with Reigns having 2/13 odds of retaining the title while Lesnar is 7/2 to walk out of Saudi with the gold.

The WWE championship is on the line when Big E defends against Drew McIntyre. Big E has overwhelming odds in his favor, with betting set to 1/40 for a win and Drew McIntyre has 8/1 odds, certainly a long shot for the Scotsman to leave with the title.

A triple threat match will determine who will be the Smackdown Women’s champion by the time Crown Jewel is over. Becky Lynch is the favorite in this match with her odds at 5/4, followed by Sasha Banks who is at 17/4, and Bianca Belair, who is moving to Raw, at 17/20 for the win.

The Raw Tag Team titles are also up for grabs with the team of RK-Bro – Orton and Riddle – defending against AJ Styles and Omos. RK-Bro are favorite at 1/9 to retain the titles while Styles and Omos are 17/4.

Who will be the first Queen’s Crown tournament winner? It’s down to just Zelina Vega and Doudrop and the artist formerly known as Piper Niven is favorite at 1/2 while Vega is 7/5 for the upset. This will be the first time that there are two women matches on a Saudi card.

A new king will be crowned tomorrow as the King of the Ring tournament also comes to a close. Finn Balor and Xavier Woods will be battling for the crown and cape and as things stand right now, it’s Finn Balor who is favorite with 4/6 odds while Woods is 27/25.

Edge and Seth Rollins will battle inside Hell In A Cell and things will be getting ugly as this feud is finally settled once and for all. The Rated-R Superstar is 2/13 favorite while Rollins is 7/2 to win. This will be Edge’s first time inside Hell In A Cell.

Goldberg has vowed to kill Lashley at Crown Jewel, hopefully not literally, when the two meet each other in a SummerSlam rematch. Goldberg is ready for revenge and his odds are 1/8 and favorite while the former WWE champion is 4/1 to send Goldberg back home with another loss.

And finally, Saudi’s own Mansoor will be taking on Mustafa Ali. Mansoor remains undefeated in his homeland and is looking to extend that record with his odds at 1/40 to win while Ali is 8/1 for the upset.

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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