Full betting odds for Stomping Grounds 2019

Here are the full betting odds for tonight’s Stomping Grounds pay-per-view. Remember, these odds are most likely to change as the event gets closer to bell time so please be careful if you’re betting with real money.

Kofi Kingston remains the overwhelming favorite to retain the WWE title tonight in the steel cage match against Dolph Ziggler who is at 6/1 for the win. A Brock Lesnar cash-in and win is 7/1. Seth Rollins is also favorite to keep his Universal title with odds of 1/4 against Baron Corbin who is at 11/4 himself in the odds. A Brock cash-in and win is set at 11/2.

The Raw Women’s title match has champion Becky Lynch as favorite with odds of 2/5 while her challenger Lacey Evans is at 7/4. Meanwhile, Bayley is at 1/7 to keep the Smackdown Women’s title against Alexa Bliss who is at 4/1 for the upset.

There are three other title matches on the card. Samoa Joe is at 2/5 to retain the United States title against Ricochet who is at 15/8 to win. Daniel Bryan and Rowan are at 1/3 to keep the Smackdown Tag Team titles against Heavy Machinery who are at 9/4, and Tony Nese is at 1/2 to keep his Cruiserweight title against Drew Gulak who is at 3/1 and Akira Tozawa who has odds of 9/2.

The remaining two matches have Drew McIntyre and Roman Reigns locked at 5/6 odds for both of them and Kevin Owens and Sami Zayn favorites with odds of 1/2 against The New Day who are at 6/4.

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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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