We are just one day away from WWE Clash at the Castle in Wales. It is the first time since Summerslam 1992 that WWE is holding a PPV outside of North America. Yes, they have gone to Europe before and held shows for PPV specials, but they have never held a major PPV there in 30 years. Roman Reigns vs Drew McIntyre headlines the show for the WWE Undisputed Universal Championship. There is going to be plenty of excitement with Triple H calling the shots.
With a ton of anticipation ahead of the event, let’s take a look at the odds for Clash at the Castle and some of the favourites that are expected to emerge victorious from the event.
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WWE Clash at the Castle Odds via Sports Betting Dime:
- WWE Undisputed Universal Championship Match: Roman Reigns (-100) vs Drew McIntyre (-150). This is another pick’em with Reigns slightly favoured to retain. However, there is a belief that McIntyre could win the title in his continent.
- WWE Intercontinental Championship Match: Gunther (-600) vs Sheamus (+350).
Gunther is a heavy favourite to retain the title. The biggest favourite on the night. This is going to be a war between two of the bigger guys in the company. Both men pack a punch or a chop you do not want to get in front of. This will be a fun one to watch.
- Smackdown Women’s Championship: Liv Morgan (-250) vs Shayna Baszler (+250).
This should be a good match. There is a feeling Liv is going to keep the title here, but oddsmakers see a scenario where Baszler could walk out with the title. There is value here in taking the underdog.
- Seth Rollins (-150) vs Matt Riddle (+150)
The build to this match has been excellent especially this past Monday night on Raw. Rollins has been putting over Cody Rhodes in their feud. With Riddle being a star on the rise does the trend continue for Rollins putting over more talent? Oddsmakers feel Riddle has value as an underdog, but Rollins always finds ways to win. It feels like they want you to bet on Riddle here.
- Edge and Rey Mysterio (+150) vs Judgement Day (Finn Balor and Damien Priest) (-300)
This should be a good match. Edge and Mysterio have not teamed since the days of the Smackdown Six in 2002. They are slight underdogs, but the veterans will get a lot of money heading into the match against the favourites that is the Judgement Day. It will be interesting to see if the money shifts as we get closer to the event. Oddsmakers feel Balor and Priest have something up their sleeve to cost the babyfaces the match.
- Asuka, Alexa Bliss, and Bianca Belair (-400) vs. Bayley, Io Sky, and Dakota Kai (+200)
This one is weird to see. The babyfaces of Asuka, Bliss and Belair have gotten the best of Bayley, Sky, and Kai recently. The face trio are heavy favourites. This is where you could get some money with the heels. In order for this group to be seen as a legitimate threat, they need a big win. It could come in this match.
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