Full betting odds for tonight’s Clash of Champions 2020 pay-per-view

All WWE titles – except the 24/7 one – are on the line tonight with nine matches making up the Clash of Champions pay-per-view card. Today, we will look at all the betting odds for the whole card. Remember, odds might change by the time the show goes live so bet with caution.

The WWE title is on the line in an ambulance match and Randy Orton extended his lead as the favorite to walk out of the Amway Center as the new WWE champion. Orton is 1/2 for the win while Drew McIntyre is 6/4 to retain. In a family affair, the Universal champion Roman Reigns will defend the gold against his cousin Jey Uso. As expected, Reigns is the overwhelming favorite to win and retain, with his odds at 1/33 while Uso is 12/1 for the huge upset.

Smackdown Women’s champion Bayley is also big favorite to keep her title against Nikki Cross, with Bayley having 1/8 odds of keeping the strap while Cross is at 9/2. And speaking of heavy favorites, Asuka is at 1/20 to retain her Raw Women’s title while Zelina Vega is 8/1. In other words, it ain’t happening, folks!

Cesaro and Shinsuke Nakamura, the Smackdown Tag Team champions, put their titles up for grabs against Lucha House Party. The champs are 2/9 favorites against LHP who are 3/1 to win it. Odds aren’t that good for the current Raw Tag Team title holders though as The Street Profits have 10/11 odds while Andrade and Angel Garza are favorites at 4/5. The WWE Women’s Tag Team titles will also be defended with Shayna Baszler and Nia Jax having odds of 4/11 to retain while The Riott Squad are at 2/1 underdogs.

The Hurt Business, represented by Bobby Lashley, will be in action as Lashley defends the United States title against Apollo Crews. Lashley is 1/10 favorite to retain and Apollo Crews is 11/2 to win. And finally, a triple threat ladder match will take place for the Intercontinental title. Jeff Hardy, the champion, is 1/2 to keep the belt, while Sami Zayn is 9/4 and AJ Styles is 6/1 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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