Betting odds revealed for WWE Survivor Series as RAW and SmackDown face-off with Roman Reigns and Sasha Banks leading the way

Survivor Series is now upon us and it’s the seemingly annual battle of the brands.

This year’s tagline is the ‘Battle of the Best’ and in line with the past few years, the champions from both RAW and SmackDown will collide for brand supremacy.

It’s SmackDown vs Raw once again at Survivor Series

There are still a few matches to be decided for the event with one week of TV left. We’ve seen AJ Styles win the WWE title just before the pay-per-view and secure a date with Brock Lesnar.

This year, It’s Drew McIntyre who is trying to reclaim his WWE title from Randy Orton to earn the right to face Universal Roman Reigns.

Elsewhere, The New Day will defend their RAW Tag Team titles against The Hurt Business tonight and the winner will go on to face SmackDown Tag Team champions, The Street Profits.

let’s check out the odds for the event below, courtesy of SkyBet:

Drew McIntyre invaded SmackDown to confront Roman Reigns

RAW Women’s Team (5/6) Vs SmackDown Women’s Team (5/6)

RAW Men’s Team (1/3) Vs SmackDown Men’s Team (9/4)

New Day (5/6) Vs Street Profits (5/6)

Bobby Lashley (1/3) Vs Sami Zayn (9/4)

Asuka (11/10) Vs Sasha Banks (4/6)

Roman Reigns (1/6) Vs Randy Orton (7/2)

A couple of the odds cannot be split yet and that’s largely because the matchup is not finalised and, in some cases, nor are the teams that will represent the brands.

However, it does look like SmackDown will get the edge in the champion vs champion department and after NXT won the event last year, it would be fitting if the Blue Brand does this year given its WWE’s current biggest ratings grabber.


The Undertaker has not ruled out another WWE match in the future

This event will also see the final appearance of The Undertaker. The Deadman debuted at this event exactly 30 years ago – quite literally exactly to the day, November 22 – and will be given a special send-off on Sunday.

It’s been reported that several members of The Undertaker’s old backstage group BSK – Bone Street Krew – will be present to bid their friend goodbye.

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