The WWE Survivor Series WarGames pay-per-view, the last scheduled PPV for main roster stars this year, is just two days away.
Saturday’s Survivor Series show will take place at TD Garden in Boston, Massachusetts. There are five matches on the card for Survivor Series WarGames, and the betting odds the bouts are courtesy of BetOnline.
Ronda Rousey will defend the SmackDown Women’s Championship against Shotzi in a singles bout. The Baddest Woman on the Planet is a giant -4000 favorite to win this bout, while Shotzi comes in as a mega +850 underdog. The other title match will see Seth Rollins defend his United States Championship in a triple threat showdown against Bobby Lashley and Austin Theory. Rollins is a -400 favorite to win, with Theory behind at +200. Lashley has the lowest odds among all three competitors at +1600.
The men’s WarGames match will see Drew McIntyre, Kevin Owens and The Brawling Brutes go up against The Bloodline. Roman Reigns and company are the slight -150 favorites to win this bout, while the babyfaces are small +110 underdogs.
For the women’s WarGames match, the team of Bayley, Iyo Sky, Dakota Kai, Rhea Ripley and Nikki Cross are -300 favorites to defeat the team of Bianca Belair, Asuka, Alexa Bliss, Mia Yim and a fifth competitor to be announced. Belair and company are the +200 underdogs for this bout. AJ Styles is a -400 favorite to defeat Finn Balor, a +250 underdog, in their singles showdown.
The Penultimate WWE Pay-Per-View For The Year
This is also the penultimate WWE pay-per-view for 2022. The last one, NXT Deadline, will run at the Performance Center in Orlando, Florida on Dec. 10. WWE has yet to confirm if Day 1 (scheduled for Jan. 1 at State Farm Arena in Atlanta, Georgia) is indeed canceled. If it is, then Royal Rumble 2023 at the Alamodome in San Antonio, Texas on Jan. 28 will be the first pay-per-view of 2023.
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