WWE Survivor Series 2022 Odds, Picks, and Predictions

  • WWE Survivor Series 2022 will take place on Saturday, November 26th, 2022 in Boston
  • The Bloodline, led by Roman Reigns, will challenge Team McIntyre in the Men’s WarGames
  • Who do betting odds favor emerging victorious in each bout? See odds, analysis, and our best bets below

For the first time in many years, WWE has ditched the brand supremacy theme for Survivor Series and has instead gone the traditional route with Superstars simply settling scores.

This year’s installment will see the main roster debut of the WarGames match, where two teams of five battle inside two caged rings for bragging rights. Additionally, two titles will be decided, and another singles grudge match will take place on the undercard.

Ahead of the anticipated event, let’s take a look at the favorites that are expected to emerge victorious at WWE Survivor Series 2022, according to our own betting odds and analysis.

WWE Survivor Series 2022 Odds

SmackDown Women’s Championship Match Odds
Ronda Rousey (c) -1900
Shotzi 900
Singles Match Odds
AJ Styles -150
Finn Balor -100
United States Championship Match Odds
Seth Rollins (c) 200
Bobby Lashley 300
Austin Theory 150
Women’s WarGames Match Odds
Team Belair 250
Team Bayley -250
Men’s WarGames Match Odds
Team McIntyre -300
The Bloodline 200

Odds as of Nov. 23. Browse the top online sports betting sites.

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SmackDown Women’s Championship Pick

There is zero reason to believe Ronda Rousey will be losing the SmackDown Women’s Championship any time soon, making her the heavy favorite in the odds against Shotzi at -1900. Despite being positioned as the plucky underdog, Shotzi doesn’t stand much of a chance come Saturday.

Although Shotzi will come close to pulling off the ultimate upset and taking the title, Rousey retaining is virtually guaranteed.

Styles vs Balor Prediction

This will mark only the second-ever one-on-one encounter between AJ Styles and Finn Balor, following months of bad blood and faction warfare. Balor’s Judgment Day emerged victorious over Styles’ O.C. at Crown Jewel earlier this month, so it stands to reason that Styles will win this one.

Then again, Balor has come up short in his last few matches on Raw, making it more likely that he’ll avenge those losses with a win at Survivor Series. It’s a contest almost too close to call, but consider Styles the slight favorite at -150 to Balor’s -100 in the odds.

United States Championship Best Bet

Seth Rollins has had a target on his back since capturing the United States Championship in early October, and both Bobby Lashley and Austin Theory will be gunning for the gold at Survivor Series. All three men have momentum right now and any one of them could realistically walk away as champ.

Theory has been the recipient of a renewed push in recent weeks, making him the odds-on favorite in this star-studded Triple Threat (but not by much). Rollins can enter chase mode from there to regain the title while Lashley resumes his rivalry with Bobby Lashley or focuses on other goals.

Women’s WarGames Prediction

The buzz has most certainly been lacking for the women’s WarGames match this year, but the effort all 10 women are bound to bring will be undeniable. Damage CTRL has fallen short whenever it has mattered most up to this point, so it would be bizarre for them to lose here as well unless the idea is for them to go their separate ways post-Survivor Series.

It’s unknown who the fifth woman on Team Bianca is going to be (and we won’t know until Friday’s SmackDown), but look for Team Bayley to come out on top on Saturday, if for no other reason than they desperately need to.

Men’s WarGames Best Bet

The Bloodline has been around for far longer than Damage CTRL and has been far more dominant, adding to the excitement of this high-stakes matchup. The Bloodline have proven to be an unstoppable unit, but it’s safe to assume they’ve finally met their match in Team McIntyre.

The most likely outcome is Kevin Owens pinning Sami Zayn, which would not only give Roman Reigns a reason to boot Zayn from the group soon but also set the stage for Owens and Zayn reuniting and taking on The Usos at WrestleMania. It’s possible The Bloodline reign supreme, but with a -300 advantage, Team McIntyre are the safe choices in this contest.

 

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