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WWE Hell in a Cell 2021 Odds, Preview and Picks

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by Graham "GSM" Matthews in Entertainment

Updated Jun 17, 2021 · 12:11 PM PDT

WWE Hell in a Cell 2021 Odds - Roman Reigns & Bobby Lashley
Leati Joseph "Joe" Anoa'i, known as Roman Reigns, top, locks up Paul Randall Wight Jr., known as Big Show, during the WWE Wrestlemania 29 wrestling event, Sunday, April 7, 2013, in East Rutherford, N.J. (AP Photo/Mel Evans)
  • WWE Hell in a Cell 2021 will take place on Sunday, June 20th, 2021
  • The event will feature two blockbuster Hell in a Cell matches with stars from SmackDown and Raw
  • Who do betting odds favor emerging victorious in each bout? See odds, analysis, and our best bets below

WWE’s annual Hell in a Cell event is set to return Sunday, June 20th a mere eight months after its last installment. It will thankfully be WWE’s last without a live audience with Money in the Bank confirmed to feature fans this July.

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From the two Hell in a Cell championship clashes to a slew of other exciting matchups, let’s take a look at the favorites that are expected to emerge victorious at the event, according to the current betting odds.

WWE Hell in a Cell 2021 Odds

Singles Match Odds
Alexa Bliss -1200
Shayna Baszler +600
SmackDown Women’s Championship Odds
Bianca Belair (c) -2500
Bayley +800
Raw Women’s Championship Odds
Rhea Ripley (c) -450
Charlotte Flair +260
Universal Championship Hell in a Cell Match Odds
Roman Reigns (c) -3000
Rey Mysterio +900
WWE Championship Hell in a Cell Match Odds
Bobby Lashley (c) -300
Drew McIntyre +210

Odds as of June 17

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Bliss vs Baszler

The Alexa Bliss vs. Shayna Baszler feud hasn’t exactly been a recurring highlight on Raw in recent weeks. Baszler being chased down by Bliss’ haunted doll Lily made for one of the worst endings to the show in some time, and now they will go one-on-one for the first time ever at Hell in a Cell.

Bliss hasn’t been pinned in close to a year, whereas Baszler has been beaten time and time again since arriving on WWE’s main roster in early 2020. With Bliss being so heavily favored at -1200, there can be no doubt that Baszler will simply serve as a stepping stone for her en route to the Raw Women’s Championship.

SmackDown Women’s Championship

At -2500 in the odds, Bianca Belair is even more favored than Bliss to come out on top in her title match with Bayley. She has been a dominant champion since WrestleMania 37, and there is no reason for her to relinquish the gold any time soon.

As excellent as Bayley has been in her heel role, she had her time as champ in 2020 and has no business becoming a three-time title holder on Sunday. Rather, all signs point to WWE building to a Belair vs. Sasha Banks WrestleMania match either at Money in the Bank next month or at SummerSlam in August.

Ripley vs Flair Best Bet

Rhea Ripley and Charlotte Flair are much closer in the odds than either of the previous two matches and for good reason. Although Ripley is still relatively early into her reign as Raw Women’s champion, Flair is a proven commodity and has a very real chance of regaining the gold at this stage of their personal rivalry.

Ripley is the current favorite to win at -450, and she’s arguably the safest bet, having never beaten Flair one-on-one before. She lost their last singles encounter at WrestleMania 36 and needs to avenge that loss here, but nothing is stopping them from resuming their rivalry heading into SummerSlam season.

Universal Championship Hell in a Cell Match

This Universal Championship clash follows the same formula as Bliss vs. Baszler and Belair vs. Bayley in being extremely predictable. However, that isn’t to say this won’t be an exciting affair, especially with it falling on Father’s Day and the story WWE has told up to this point with Rey Mysterio attempting to avenge Roman Reigns’ attack on Rey’s son Dominik.

Rey has been referred to as “The Ultimate Underdog” throughout his entire career, but the odds are certainly stacked against him in this case because there’s virtually no way he wins. He’s already one-half of the SmackDown Tag Team champions, and Reigns should remain unbeaten for the foreseeable future, but as noted, this should be an entertaining attraction inside Hell in a Cell, if nothing else.

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Lashley vs McIntyre Best Bet

Easily the most unpredictable match of the night comes in the main event as Bobby Lashley defends his WWE Championship against longtime rival Drew McIntyre, hopefully for the final time. McIntyre getting the belt back isn’t out of the realm of possibility (especially since he’s currently at +210 in the odds), but Lashley retaining is definitely the better option and the best bet.

The rivalry these two have had since the beginning of the year has been nothing short of physical, but it’s high time WWE moves onto other fresh faces in the title picture not named Drew McIntyre. He’s had his time to shine over the last year and a half, and Lashley has plenty more he can do as WWE champion, specifically fighting Brock Lesnar at SummerSlam.

This should be a victory for Lashley, but betting on a shock win for McIntyre can’t be ruled out, either.

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