Full betting odds for tonight’s Day 1 pay-per-view

The last time WWE held a pay-per-view was in November for Survivor Series but they are wasting no time in 2022 with the first show on New Year’s Day titled Day 1.

With just hours to go for the show, we’re taking a look at all the odds for the whole card as it’s being advertised. Coronavirus might have a little say if there’s someone still infected so be careful on terms and conditions when placing bets on matches with real money.

The biggest match of the night is certainly the one for the Universal title. Roman Reigns will defend his gold against Brock Lesnar and The Tribal Chief is 7/20 favorite against underdog Lesnar who is 19/10.

A fatal four-way match will determine who will walk out of Atlanta as WWE champion. Champion Big E is favorite at 13/25, followed by Bobby Lashley who is 33/10, Seth Rollins at 4/1, and Kevin Owens a long shot with 5/1 odds.

Raw Women’s champion Becky Lynch is the overwhelming favorite to keep her title against Liv Morgan with Lynch having 1/8 odds and Morgan at 4/1.

Both the Raw and Smackdown Tag Team titles are on the line tonight. RK-Bro are 1/14 to retain the Raw titles while The Street Profits are 11/2 to win. Over at the Smackdown side, The Usos remain favorites at 4/6 to keep their titles while The New Day are 27/25 to win.

The Rated-R Superstar Edge battles The Miz and the Hall of Famer is 1/4 favorite to beat Miz who has 5/2 odds himself. And Drew McIntyre is 1/14 favorite in his match against Madcap Moss who has odds of 11/2.

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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