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WWE Hell in a Cell 2022 Odds, Picks, and Predictions

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by Graham "GSM" Matthews in Entertainment

Updated Jun 2, 2022 · 9:25 PM PDT

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Apr 3, 2022; Arlington, TX, USA; Bobby Lashley enters the arena during WrestleMania at AT&T Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Joe Camporeale-USA TODAY Sports
  • WWE Hell in a Cell 2022 will take place on Sunday, June 5th, 2022 in Chicago
  • The event will feature a Hell in a Cell main event between Cody Rhodes and Seth Rollins
  • Who do betting odds favor emerging victorious in each bout? See odds, analysis, and our best bets below

WWE is set to host the 14th annual installment of its Hell in a Cell pay-per-view this Sunday, June 5th live from the Allstate Arena in Chicago.

This year marks a quarter of a century since the very first Hell in a Cell match was held, and although the gimmick doesn’t mean nearly as much as it once did, it should still be a solid show from an in-ring standpoint given what’s on tap.

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

WWE Hell in a Cell 2022 Odds

United States Championship Odds
Theory -400
Mustafa Ali 250
Singles Match Odds
Ezekiel 100
Kevin Owens -150
Handicap Match Odds
Bobby Lashley -300
Omos & MVP 200
Six-Person Tag Team Match Odds
AJ Styles, Finn Balor & Liv Morgan -120
The Judgement Day -120
Raw Women’s Championship Odds
Bianca Belair (c) -230
Asuka +400
Becky Lynch +400
Hell in a Cell Odds
Cody Rhodes -150
Seth Rollins 100

Odds as of June 2.

Theory vs Ali Pick (United States Championship)

Ali already fell short of becoming champion on Monday’s Raw and this match will be no different. Although he’ll have the advantage of being in his hometown of Chicago, Ali is clearly a stepping stone for Theory as he embarks on a lengthy reign as champ.

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Ezekiel vs Owens Prediction

This storyline with Elias’ younger brother and Ezekiel has been better than it has had any right to be. Both men have played their roles to perfection and the segments have made for entertaining television, but there’s difficult to pick a winner when they finally go one-on-one at Hell in a Cell.

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Ezekiel winning would keep his momentum going, but he’s won enough matches lately that he can afford to lose to Owens, who has been on a downward spiral (in storyline) since WrestleMania 38.

Lashley vs Omos & MVP Best Bet (Handicap Match)

Lashley and Omos have been at odds for a few months now, but Lashley’s real beef is with MVP. This two-on-one Handicap match allows him to give his hands on both men and score a victory by beating MVP, so look for that to be the direction WWE goes in with this bout.

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Six-Person Tag Team Match Pick

The odds are split down the middle at -120 for this match because of the unpredictable outcome. Either trio could feasibly come out on top, but with AJ Styles, Finn Balor and Liv Morgan standing tall together this past week on Raw, it makes more sense for The Judgement Day’s Edge, Damian Priest and Rhea Ripley to pick up their first win since joining forces.

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Belair vs Asuka vs Lynch Prediction (Raw Women’s Championship)

With Belair only having won the Raw Women’s Championship two months ago at ‘Mania, there’s no way she should be losing the title this early, especially to either Asuka or Lynch. Both Asuka and Lynch are incredibly accomplished and this should be a terrific Triple Threat, but Belair should be heavily favored given how much more she can do as champ.

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Rhodes vs Rollins Best Bet (Hell in a Cell Match)

Rhodes and Rollins have had a stellar series of matches in recent months and The American Nightmare has emerged victorious on every occasion. Most may assume that Rollins is owed a win on Sunday, but Rhodes reigning supreme for the third straight time would set him up perfectly for a shot at the Undisputed WWE Universal Championship sometime this summer.

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Rollins winning isn’t out of the realm of possibility, but Rhodes simply has a slightly better chance considering his current trajectory.

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