Full betting odds for tonight’s 2019 Survivor Series

The Survivor Series is back tonight on the WWE Network and as for every pay-per-view, we will present the full betting odds for tonight’s broadcast.

These odds are likely to change by the time the show goes on the air so please always be careful when betting real money or looking for the best live betting.

In the WWE title match, the current champion Brock Lesnar is at 1/3 to retain while Rey Mysterio is at 9/4 for the upset in the no holds barred match. Lesnar is very rarely the underdog in bets and this month it’s no different. A Bray Wyatt win tonight is looking like a no-brainer as Wyatt is at 1/18 to retain the Universal title and his challenger Daniel Bryan is at a very, very distant 8/1. The NXT title is also on the line with Adam Cole the clear favorite at 1/6 to win against Pete Dunne who is at 7/2.

In the women’s triple threat match, Shayna Baszler is currently the favorite with 10/11 odds while Bayley is 9/4 to win and Becky Lynch is at 5/2. Another triple threat match sees The Viking Raiders at 5/6 favorites against The Undisputed Era who are at 13/8, and The New Day at 9/2. Things are also looking good for AJ Styles who is 4/5 to win his triple threat match against Shinsuke Nakamura and Roderick Strong who are at 7/4 and 4/1 respectively.

The final two matches are the traditional five-on-five-on-five elimination matches. The men’s NXT team is at 1/1 to win the match with Team Smackdown coming second at 13/8 and Team Raw at 10/30. The women’s elimination match has Team Raw the favorites with odds of 8/11, Team NXT with odds of 5/2, and Team Smackdown at 3/1 to win.

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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