The latest betting odds for Survivor Series 2023

We are just hours away from the Survivor Series: WarGames as a record-breaking crowd at the Allstate Arena is expected for tonight’s premium live event.

Below you can find the latest betting odds of all the matches, accurate as of time of print. Please be careful when betting as odds will likely change by the time the show starts.

The men’s WarGames match will have Cody, Jey, Sami, Seth, and Randy against Finn, Dom, JD, Damian, and Drew in what will surely be one of the wildest WarGames matches. Team Cody are 4/11 favorites at the moment while Judgment Day and McIntyre are 2/1.

A four-vs-four women’s WarGames match will pit Bayley, Kairi, Asuka, and IYO against Bianca, Charlotte, Shotzi, and Becky. Team Damage CTRL are currently having better betting odds with 8/13 against Team Bianca who are at 6/5.

Rhea Ripley defends her WWE Women’s World title against Zoey Stark tonight and Ripley is the overwhelming favorite for the match with 1/33 odds while Stark is a huge underdog with 8/1 odds and practically zero chance of winning.

Gunther’s odds fell a little bit from yesterday but he’s still a clear-cut winner in the eyes of bookmakers. Gunther is 1/7 to retain the Intercontinental title while The Miz is at 4/1 for the upset.

Dragon Lee has replaced Carlito in his match against Santos Escobar but despite a change in opponents, Escobar remains the favorite with 4/11 odds while Lee is 15/8.

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