The Latest WWE Crown Jewel 2022 Betting Odds Have Been Released

Latest WWE Crown Jewel 2022 Betting Odds Have Been Released

The new betting odds for WWE Crown Jewel 2022 have increased. There are eight games on the card for the show.

Updated betting odds for Saturday’s WWE Crown Jewel 2022 pay-per-view have increased.

Crown Jewel 2022 will take place at Mrsool Park in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. Betting odds for all eight Crown Jewel matches courtesy of BetOnline.

Starting with the main event, WWE Undisputed Universal Champion Roman Reigns is a massive -4000 favorite to defeat Logan Paul in their title match, while the YouTube star is listed as a +900 underdog. Bianca Belair will defend her Raw Women’s Championship against Bayley in a Last Woman Standing match. WWE’s EST is listed as the slight -180 favorite, while Bayley enters as a +140 underdog.

Like their leader Bloodline, The Usos are heavy -4000 favorites to retain the WWE Undisputed Tag Team Championships against The Brawling Brutes (Butch and Ridge Holland), who enter as +900 underdogs. Asuka and Alexa Bliss are the -400 favorites to retain the Women’s Tag Team Championships against Damage Ctrl (Iyo Sky and Dakota Kai), who come in as +250 underdogs.

Fans will get a long-awaited rematch between Brock Lesnar and Bobby Lashley on Saturday. Lesnar is a -600 favorite to take down the former United States Champion, who enters as a +400 underdog. Braun Strowman is a huge -1200 favorite to take down Omos, a +650 underdog, in his singles fight.

For their Steel Cage match, Drew McIntyre is a -220 favorite to defeat Karrion Kross, who is listed as a +160 underdog. AJ Styles, Luke Gallows and Karl Anderson (The O.C.) are -700 favorites to beat The Judgment Day (Damian Priest, Finn Balor and Dominik Mysterio). The Judgment Day are listed as +450 underdogs.

The penultimate WWE 2022 PPV for the stars of the main roster

This is the penultimate WWE pay-per-view for the main roster stars in 2022. The last one, Survivor Series WarGames, will take place at the TD Garden in Boston, Massachusetts on November 26. The first pay-per-view of 2023, WWE Day 1, is currently scheduled for New Year’s Day at State Farm Arena in Atlanta, Georgia. It was reported several weeks ago that the event has been cancelled, but there has been no official announcement from the company.

Latest WWE Crown Jewel 2022 Betting Odds Released

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