WWE Royal Rumble 2022 odds

The most eagerly awaited WWE event each year is the Royal Rumble pay-per-view. It always impresses with its unpredictable and thrilling Royal Rumble battles and the star-studded title matches since no prior understanding of the current product is necessary to enjoy it.

With what’s planned and the possibility for surprises in each yearly Battle Royal, the 2022 iteration shouldn’t be an exception. Furthermore, friends-turned-foes Roman Reigns and Seth Rollins will battle for the Universal Title. At the same time, Brock Lesnar defends his WWE Championship against Bobby Lashley in a fantasy match for the ages.

Let’s look at the betting odds for the four major matches of the night’s WWE Royal Rumble before the event to see who the favorites are to win:

WWE Royal Rumble Odds

Universal Championship Match Odds
Roman Reigns (c) -275
Seth Rollins +180
WWE Championship Match Odds
Brock Lesnar (c) -250
Bobby Lashley +175
30-Woman Royal Rumble Match Odds
Ronda Rousey -150
Bianca Belair +350
Alexa Bliss +700
Asuka +700
Bayley +1000
Rhea Ripley +1000
Sasha Banks +1300
Raquel Gonzalez +1500
Charlotte Flair +1500
Liv Morgan +2000
30-Man Royal Rumble Match Odds
Brock Lesnar +300
Big E +400
AJ Styles +600
Roman Reigns +800
Kevin Owens +1000
Drew McIntyre +1200
The Rock +1500
Bobby Lashley +1800
Seth Rollins +1800
Omos +2200


This weekend, WWE has another significant event. Bettor should try to increase their bankroll before the upcoming Super Bowl 56. The Royal Rumble of 2022 is the ideal venue for that.

Odds for the Universal Championship Match

Since becoming the Universal champion in August 2020, Roman Reigns has remained dominant. He most recently surpassed Brock Lesnar’s previous mark of more than 500 days. Seth Rollins, who has a close relationship with The Tribal Chief dating back to their time together in The Shield almost ten years ago, maybe his match, though.

The odds are so close because there is a minor possibility that Rollins will steal the victory and become the champion, but Reigns remains the safe pick at -275. It would be ridiculous for WWE to take the championship away from Reigns at this time given how near WrestleMania 38 is.

Without a doubt, Reigns vs. Rollins will be a barn burner with a number of thrilling near-misses. When all the dust settles, Roman should and will be in charge, extending his illustrious tenure as champion even further.

Odds for a WWE Championship match

Fans have been demanding and waiting impatiently to see the match between Brock Lesnar and Bobby Lashley for a number of years. While Lashley finally realized his full potential last year by turning into a one-man wrecking crew and winning the WWE Title for the first time in his career, Lesnar has always been one of WWE’s top draws.

This titanic fight, like Reigns vs. Rollins, may go either way. The odds support that as well, with Lesnar being the favorite at -250 and Lashley not far behind at +175, but in this case, it might make sense to back Lashley, the underdog.

Lesnar is presently the favorite to win the men’s Royal Rumble battle, thus it’s quite improbable that he would also retain the WWE title. In order for that to occur, Lesnar would first need to lose the title, and even if Lashley pinning Lesnar seems unlikely, it can be done in a fashion that protects The Beast in loss (possibly with Paul Heyman accidentally costing him the victory).

Forecast for the 30-woman Royal Rumble match

Before news on Monday that Ronda Rousey would return from a three-year suspension as early as this Saturday, Bianca Belair had been seen as the odds-on favorite in the weeks building up to the Royal Rumble. Although both options make reasonable, Rousey’s advantage of -150 over Belair’s +350 should be taken into consideration because it would likely have a greater impact.

There are a few other candidates as well, with Bayley, Asuka, and Alexa Bliss trailing the top two, but Rhea Ripley is by far the most likely. She is the greatest underdog of the group because she has unfinished business with SmackDown Women’s Champion Charlotte Flair and has never competed against Raw Women’s Champion Rhea Ripley on a public platform.

If Sasha Banks wasn’t currently injured, she would enjoy greater favor. Despite this, she shouldn’t be written off totally because WWE may be intentionally keeping her off the television to give the impression that her ailment is more serious than it actually is.

Best Bet for a 30-Man Royal Rumble Match

As was already mentioned, Lesnar is the strongest wager for the men’s Royal Rumble at +300, which makes sense. It’s plainly evident that WWE wants to schedule the Reigns vs. Lesnar rematch for WrestleMania, and the quickest route there would be for Lesnar to compete in and win the Royal Rumble.

Big E is listed at +350 odds is a little unexpected, if only because WWE hasn’t provided any indications that they plan to maintain Big E’s main-event push. Of course, that would be the most satisfying result, with AJ Styles winning the unexpected Rumble being another. It makes no sense to wager on any of the remaining players because they aren’t even close to being realistic. Kevin Owens, The Rock, Seth Rollins, Bobby Lashley, and especially Omos are in front of Reigns, who is a distant fourth. If he was cleared to participate by Saturday, only Drew McIntyre would have a reasonable chance of winning, but Lesnar remains the favorite.

WWE Royal Rumble 2022 Odds FAQs

1) Who is the favorite to win the 2022 Royal Rumble?

At 11/10 on SkyBet, Cody Rhodes, who has been sidelined with an injury since June, is the current favorite to win the men’s Rumble battle. It’s interesting that Sami Zayn (2/1) is the second favorite to win, and he might do it by forcing a bout with Roman Reigns, his Bloodline mentor.

2) Which Royal Rumble victor is the best?

“Stone Cold” Steve Austin holds the record with three victories (1997, 1998, 2001). Hulk Hogan (1990, 1991), Shawn Michaels (1995, 1996), Triple H (2002, 2016), Batista (2005, 2014), John Cena (2008, 2013), and Randy Orton are the other six wrestlers to have won the match twice (2009, 2017).

3)Who has twice won the Royal Rumble?

Hulk Hogan, Shawn Michaels, Triple H, Brock Lesnar, Batista, John Cena, Randy Orton, and Edge are the eight wrestlers to have won the Royal Rumble twice each.

4) Which Royal Rumble has been the longest?

The 2002 Royal Rumble, won by Triple H, was the longest bout in history, clocking in at 69 minutes and 22 seconds. The Royal Rumble is always a long match, just as one would expect from a 30-man battle royal.

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