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WWE Crown Jewel 2022 Odds, Picks, and Predictions

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by Graham "GSM" Matthews in Entertainment

Updated Nov 2, 2022 · 5:01 PM PDT

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  • WWE Crown Jewel 2022 will take place on Saturday, November 5th, 2022 in Saudi Arabia
  • Logan Paul will challenge Roman Reigns for the Undisputed WWE Universal Championship
  • Who do betting odds favor emerging victorious in each bout? See odds, analysis, and our best bets below

WWE’s return to Saudi Arabia with Crown Jewel 2022 will feature another stacked, star-studded lineup, headlined by a blockbuster Undisputed WWE Universal Championship defense from Roman Reigns against Logan Paul.

Brock Lesnar and Bobby Lashley will also renew hostilities on the undercard, while Bayley challenges Bianca Belair for the Raw Women’s Championship one final time in a Last Woman Standing match.

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

WWE Crown Jewel 2022 Odds

WWE Women’s Tag Team Championship Match Odds
Alexa Bliss & Asuka (c) 100
Damage CTRL -150
SmackDown Women’s Championship Match Odds
The Usos (c) -550
The Brawling Brutes 300
Singles Match Odds
Braun Strowman -900
Omos 400
Six-Man Tag Team Match Odds
The O.C. 100
The Judgment Day 100
Steel Cage Match Odds
Drew McIntyre -300
Karrion Kross 200
Last Woman Standing Raw Women’s Championship Match Odds
Bianca Belair (c) 150
Bayley -150
Singles Match Odds
Brock Lesnar -250
Bobby Lashley 200
Undisputed WWE Universal Championship Match Odds
Roman Reigns (c) -1900
Logan Paul 900

Odds as of Nov. 2.


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WWE Women’s Tag Team Championship Pick

Alexa Bliss and Asuka knocked off Dakota Kai and IYO SKY for the WWE Women’s Tag Team Championship on Monday’s Raw. There’s no reason to do a rematch so soon unless the idea is to put the belts back on Damage CTRL.

Doing a title change in the first place was unnecessary, of course, but Damage CTRL winning is the only justification for this bout being on the card.

SmackDown Tag Team Championship Prediction

The Usos are closing in on breaking The New Day’s record as the longest-reigning WWE tag team champions in history. If The Usos end up facing New Day on next week’s SmackDown before the record is broken, that would make a win for them on this show a slam dunk.

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Usos are heavily favored at -550 for good reason.

Strowman vs Omos Best Bet

In this battle of the behemoths, Strowman is a strong favorite at -900. There’s no value in betting on Omos, who clearly hasn’t been a priority in WWE’s Triple H era.

Strowman has been white-hot since returning and should keep his winning ways intact with another victory on this show before setting his sights on something more important.

O.C. vs. Judgment Day Pick

WWE has managed to completely rehabilitate The Judgment Day with the way they’ve been booked in the past two months. Although they don’t need this win as much as The O.C. does after recently reuniting, this match could easily go either way.

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There’s no wrong way to bet here, but The O.C. should get the better of Judgment Day to avoid coming across like total losers. Finding backup to combat Rhea Ripley would help, too.

McIntyre vs Kross Prediction

It was imperative that Karrion Kross beat Drew McIntyre in their initial encounter at Extreme Rules. Scarlett being eliminated from the equation in this Steel Cage clash favors a McIntyre win at -300.

Kross can bounce back once their rivalry runs its course (and this will likely be the blow-off), and McIntyre can start working his way back up the card after overcoming Kross.

Raw Women’s Championship Best Bet

Bianca Belair and Bayley have been at odds over the Raw Women’s Championship for months and their bad blood will finally culminate in a Last Woman Standing match at Crown Jewel. The unpredictable outcome to this one makes it all the more exciting.

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At -150 to Belair’s 150, Bayley gets the slight edge, if only because another loss on a big stage would essentially spell the end of Damage CTRL, a group WWE desperately needs to work with WarGames right around the corner.

Lesnar vs Lashley Pick

The last time Brock Lesnar and Bobby Lashley went one-on-one, Lashley emerged victorious thanks to an assist from Roman Reigns. Considering Lesnar is fresh off a loss to Reigns at SummerSlam, he’s the best bet in this anticipated rematch at -250 in the odds.

There’s always the chance of this colossal collision ending in a no contest of some sort to build to a third match, but if a decisive winner is determined, it makes more sense for Lesnar to reign supreme.

Undisputed WWE Universal Championship Best Bet

Logan Paul is the definition of an underdog in this outing, and although anything can happen in WWE, it’s safe to say Roman Reigns retaining his title at Crown Jewel is virtually guaranteed.

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That isn’t to say Paul won’t give it a commendable effort and come close on a couple of occasions, but under no circumstance should he walk away as champ. All signs point to Reigns holding onto the gold heading into WrestleMania 39 in April.


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