Clash At The Castle Betting Odds Predict Surprising Main Event Result

WWE Clash At The Castle

The early betting odds are in for WWE Clash at the Castle, offering what many might see as a surprising favourite in the night’s main event.

Clash at the Castle on September 3rd will WWE return to a stadium in the UK for the first time in over thirty years. The Principality Stadium in Cardiff, Wales will be filled with tens of thousands of fans looking to see their favourite WWE Superstars in action.

For those that like a flutter, the early betting odds are in for the event but if you don’t want the slightest idea of who might win these matches, this is your cue to stop reading and find out about the Clash at the Castle superstore.

The night’s main event will see Roman Reigns put his Unified WWE Universal Championship on the line against Drew McIntyre. Many fans are drawing parallels between The British Bulldog winning the Intercontinental Championship in Wembley Stadium in London, England back in 1992 and McIntyre’s chances of success.

Seriously, last chance for spoilers, stop reading if you don’t want them.

Despite the clamour for McIntyre to find success in the UK, it is Roman Reigns that weighs in as the odds-on favourite to continue his reign as WWE Universal Champion according to BetOnline who price The Tribal Chief at -160. McIntyre on the other hand is the slight underdog at +120. In UK betting terms, that places Reigns at roughly 8/13 while McIntyre stands at 6/5 to become the new champion.

Liv Morgan goes into her SmackDown Women’s Championship match as clear favourite at -400 (1/4) with Shayna Baszler fighting from underneath at +250 (5/2). A particularly close clash between Riddle and Seth Rollins is also predicted with Rollins the slight favourite at -170 (4/7) with The Original Bro’s odds at +125 (5/4).

Bayley, IYO SKY, and Dakota Kai weigh in at -450 (2/9) for their six-woman tag team bout against Alexa Bliss, Asuka, and Raw Women’s Champion, Bianca Belair. Belair’s team measure up at +275 (11/4). Gunther is currently the event’s biggest favourite to win when he puts his Intercontinental Championship on the line against Sheamus. The Ring General is currently -600 (1/6) with Sheamus the clear underdog at +350 (7/2).