Latest betting odds for Crown Jewel 2022

WWE’s controversial 10-year deal with the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia continues today with Crown Jewel live on Peacock and WWE Network. Four titles will be on the line in Riyadh in a card that features a total of eight matches plus an appearance from Bray Wyatt.

We take a look at the latest betting odds for the full Crown Jewel card below and remember, odds might change over the next few hours so please be careful when placing any bets with real money.

In his third match in WWE, Logan Paul gets a shot at the Undisputed WWE Universal title and despite his brother being in his corner, Reigns remains the clear favorite in this match with his odds at 4/11 while those of Paul are at 2/1.

The Usos put up their Undisputed WWE Tag Team titles on the line against Butch and Ridge Holland of The Brawling Brutes but the long-reigning champions remain favorite with 1/8 odds and the challengers are 9/2 for the upset.

Newly-crowned WWE Women’s Tag Team champions Alexa Bliss and Asuka face IYO SKY and Dakota Kai of Damage CTRL in a rematch from Raw. The new champs are 1/2 favorites while the heels are 6/4 to regain the gold.

Round two in the McIntyre vs Kross feuds will be contested inside a steel cage. Kross has one victory over McIntyre already but Drew is 4/6 favorite so far with Kross at 11/10.

A last woman standing match will determine who will walk out of Riyadh as the Raw Women’s champion. Bianca Belair, the current champion, shares the same odds as Roman Reigns with 4/11 while Bayley has also the same odds of Logan Paul at 2/1.

Two former WWE champions are on a collision course as Brock Lesnar takes on Bobby Lashley. Lesnar is 1/4 favorite while Lashley, who last time in Riyadh lost to Goldberg, is 11/4 underdog in this match.

In a battle of two giants, Braun Strowman is 1/6 favorite to beat an even bigger giant in Omos who is 7/2 in his odds.

A six-man tag team match will feature The O.C. taking on The Judgment Day who will have Rhea Ripley in their corner. Styles, Gallows, and Anderson are 2/5 favorites while Ballor, Priest, and Mysterio are 7/4.

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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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