Full betting odds for tonight’s 2019 Elimination Chamber PPV

With the Elimination Chamber just a few hours away, we present you the latest odds for tonight’s pay-per-view, which takes place from the Toyota Center in Houston, Texas. A total of seven matches are on the card including one on the Kickoff show.

In the WWE title match inside the Elimination Chamber structure, Daniel Bryan remains the favorite to walk out with his title. Bryan has odds of 1/8, making him the clear favorite with Kofi Kingston at 5/1, Randy Orton at 12/1, Samoa Joe at 16/1, AJ Styles at 20/1, and Jeff Hardy at 25/1.

The second Elimination Chamber match of the night features six women tag teams as they fight to become the new WWE Women’s Tag Team champions. Bayley and Sasha Banks are currently the top at 4/5 while Nia Jax and Tamina are second favorites with odds of 5/4. Mandy Rose and Sonya Deville at are 8/1, The IIconics are at 9/1, The Riott Squad are at 25/1, and Naomi and Carmella are a long shot with odds of 50/1.

As it’s often the case, in the Raw Women’s title match, Ronda Rousey is the favorite by a mile, with her odds of winning and retaining at 1/50 while Ruby Riott is at 11/1. Bobby Lashley and Lio Rush are favorites to win the Intercontinental title handicap match with 8/11 odds while their opponent Finn Balor is at 1/1.

The Smackdown Tag Team titles will be on the line as Shane McMahon and The Miz remain favorite at 1/6 to retain the titles against The Usos who are at 7/2. Braun Strowman is at 4/9 to win the no disqualification match against Baron Corbin who is at 13/8. And in the Kickoff match, Buddy Murphy is also a solid favorite with odds of 1/8 to retain the Cruiserweight title against Akira Tozawa who is at 9/2.

All odds are correct at time of this writing. Odds might change as events gets nearer to bell time.

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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