WWE CLASH OF CHAMPIONS: Full betting odds for the Clash of Champions PPV

Posted on 9/15/119 by Colin Vassallo

Clash of Champions 2019 airs in a few hours and today we
bring you all the latest odds for this pay-per-view. Odds
are most likely to change as the event gets closer to bell
time so please be careful when placing bets with real money!

Seth Rollins, the reigning Universal champion is favorite to
retain the title tonight with his odds at 1/7 while Braun
Strowman is at 4/1 to win his first major singles title in
WWE. The situation with the WWE title is much, much closer
as Kofi Kingston is 4/5 to retain, just barely the favorite,
against Randy Orton who is at 10/11.

All Four Horsewomen will be involved in the two singles
women title matches. Bayley is 4/7 favorite to keep the
Smackdown title over Charlotte Flair who is at 5/4 while
Sasha Banks increased her lead since yesterday, now 4/6
favorite to win the Raw Womens title over Becky Lynch who
is at 11/10.

Shinsuke Nakamura, the Intercontinental champion, is 4/6
favorite to keep the IC title while The Miz is 11/10 to win.
AJ Styles is also the favorite to retain the United States
title with odds at 2/7 against Cedric Alexander who is at
5/2. The Cruiserweight title will be defended in a triple
threat match and champ Drew Gulak is 2/5 favorite over
Humberto Carrillo who is at 3/1 and Lince Dorado who is at

The Raw Tag Team champions might not have a good night as
Dolph Ziggler and Robert Roode are 1/3 favorites to become
the new champions while Rollins and Strowman are 9/4 to
retain. The New Day might have a better night as theyre
favorites at 8/15 to keep the Smackdown Tag Team titles over
The Revival whose odds are 11/8. And the Womens Tag Team
titles are also up for grabs with the team of Alexa Bliss
and Nikki Cross the favorites at 2/7 to win against Mandy
Rose and Sonya Deville who are at 5/2.

The only non-title match on this card is Roman Reigns
against Erick Rowan. As its mostly the case, Roman Reigns
is the favorite at 4/9 while Erick Rowan is 13/8 for the

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