Full betting odds for SummerSlam 2022

It’s SummerSlam Saturday and in just a few hours, thousands of fans will flock to the Nissan Stadium in Nashville for what could be a very interesting night under a new regime.

We will take a look at all the betting odds for the full card today. These odds will probably change so remember to be careful when betting with real money. And by the way, did you ever wonder how many casinos are in Dubai?

In the Undisputed WWE Universal title match, the odds remain unchanged from yesterday with Roman Reigns still the favorite to retain the gold with odds of 2/9 while Brock Lesnar stays at 3/1.

Raw Women’s champion Bianca Belair looks good walking into the show with her odds at 1/4 and favorite hoping to avoid a catastrophe like last year’s SummerSlam. Becky Lynch has odds of 11/4 in her bid to regain the title.

Liv Morgan also looks relatively safe to retain the Smackdown Women’s title tonight with her odds at 1/2 and favorite to win against former champ Ronda Rousey whose odds are at 6/4.

Theory has a chance of regaining the U.S. title while still holding the MITB briefcase but according to bookmakers, that is not going to happen. Lashley is 1/4 favorite and Theory has odds of 11/4.

The Usos and The Street Profits are going to run it again with Jeff Jarrett as the special guest referee this time around. The Profits came mighty close last time around but The Usos remain favorite with 1/2 odds to keep the Undisputed WWE Tag Team titles and Dawkins and Ford are at 6/4 to win.

Logan Paul steps into the ring for the second time this year against his former tag team partner The Miz. Paul is the overwhelming favorite to win this one with his odds at 1/9 while the former two-time WWE champion is 5/1 for the upset.

Smackdown commentator Pat McAfee looks for revenge on his former football team mate Happy Corbin in a match that many are looking forward to. McAfee is favorite with odds of 4/11 while Corbin is underdog at 2/1.

And last but certainly not least, it’s a no DQ tag team match featuring The Mysterios and The Judgment Day. Priest and Balor are currently favorites with 8/15 odds while Rey and son Dominik have odds of 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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