Full betting odds for today’s Elimination Chamber 2022 premium live event

We are just a few hours away from the Elimination Chamber and for the first time ever the show is held outside the United States as part of the 10-year deal with the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia in Jeddah.

There are a total of eight matches on the card set for this afternoon including four title matches. We will take a look at the betting odds for the full card below and remember, always be careful when placing bets with real money as these odds might and will probably change. In the meantime, if you are into casinos, you can find here the link to the best new online casinos at https://www.twincities.com/2022/03/23/best-new-casino-sites/.

The men’s Elimination Chamber match will be for the WWE title and odds don’t look in favor for current champion Bobby Lashley. In fact, it’s Brock Lesnar who is the favorite to win this match and the title with 1/3 odds and the champ is 13/4 to retain. Seth Rollins is 5/1, Riddle is 6/1, AJ Styles is 7/1, and Austin Theory is unlikely to walk out with with anyone other than an ass whooping with odds of 66/1.

Whoever wins the women’s Elimination Chamber will go on to WrestleMania to face the Raw Women’s champion. Bianca Belair looks to be in the driving seat at the moment with 1/3 odds just like Brock Lesnar. Alexa Bliss, a late addition to the match, is 19/10, while Rhea Ripley is 15/4. Liv Morgan and Doudrop are 15/1 and 22/1 respectively while Nikki A.S.H. is N.O.T. likely to win at 50/1.

The Man is making her first appearance in Saudi Arabia and with 1/20 odds, it looks like she will be “putting down” her idol Lita. Lita is 7/1 to win the Raw Women’s title but there’s no way that’s going to happen, right?

Roman Reigns and Goldberg will be the WrestleMania main event we never got a few years ago and this is Goldberg’s last match on his current deal. With that said, the Tribal Chief is 1/20 favorite and pretty much a lock while Goldberg is 7/1 to win the title.

Ronda Rousey and Naomi will be teaming up, although Rousey will have one hand tied behind her back, in their match against Charlotte Flair and Sonya Deville. The Rousey/Naomi team are favorite at 2/13 to win despite the handicap while Flair/Deville are at 7/2.

The Usos defend their Smackdown Tag Team titles against the Viking Raiders and Jimmy and Jey are 1/14 favorites to retain while Erik and Ivar are 11/2 to win.

The face of WWE 2K22 Rey Mysterio takes on The Miz and the master of the 619 has odds of 11/20 and favorite while Miz is 5/4.

And the last match on the card, Drew McIntyre will battle Madcap Moss in a falls count anywhere match and currently McIntyre is favorite at 1/5 to win while Moss is 3/1.

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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