Latest betting odds for Survivor Series: WarGames 2022

WWE’s last main roster premium live event of 2022 takes place tonight in Boston as WarGames comes to the Survivor Series for the first time ever!

Two WarGames matches will headline this show, a card with only five matches. We will take a look at the latest odds for all the matches today and remember, odds will likely change in a few hours.

In the men’s WarGames match, The Bloodline takes on the team of The Brawling Brutes, Drew McIntyre, and Kevin Owens. The team spearheaded by the Undisputed WWE Universal champ Roman Reigns is currently the favorite to win this one with 4/7 odds while their opponents are 5/4.

AJ Styles vs Finn Balor is the only non-title, non-gimmick match on this show. Styles is favorite with 4/6 odds while the leader of Judgment Day is 11/10 to get the second one-on-one victory over AJ.

The United States title will be defended in a triple threat match as Seth Rollins defends his gold against Bobby Lashley and Austin Theory. Rollins is favorite to retain with 8/25 odds while Lashley is 4/1 and Theory is 5/1.

Ronda Rousey is most definitely the bookmaker’s choice in her title defense against Shotzi, with the baddest woman on the planet having overwhelming 1/40 odds while Shotzi is just at 8/1 for the big upset.

And the women’s WarGames match sees Team Belair with odds of 11/20 and favorites against Team Bayley who are 13/10 to win.

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