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WWE SummerSlam Odds: Could Both Goldberg and John Cena Pull Off Massive Upsets?

What kind of show are we going to get at WWE SummerSlam on Saturday? The latest SummerSlam odds show we may be in for a few upsets when it's all over.
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WWE SummerSlam Odds: Could Both Goldberg and John Cena Pull Off Massive Upsets?

  • SummerSlam odds
  • John Cena vs. Roman Reigns odds
  • Goldberg vs. Bobby Lashley odds

Even if you’re not a huge WWE fan, you still know the name SummerSlam. IT has long been considered one of the biggest events on the WWE schedule and this year’s card is making it an absolutely can’t miss event.

SummerSlam 2021 is actually scheduled as a rare Saturday event, instead of the usual Sunday for WWE PPVs. If you’re not sure just how big this is, there is an insane seven title matches at SummerSlam this year and the latest SummerSlam odds show us that we’re in for a treat come Saturday night at Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas.

Not only do we have seven SummerSlam title matches coming up, but two of them feature returns to the ring for massive stars. Bill Goldberg makes his long-awaited return, taking on Bobby Lashley for the WWE Championship. Meanwhile, John Cena is back to take on Roman Reigns for the Universal Championship.

This is the biggest WWE show of the summer. The question everyone has this time of year is “what shocker is WWE going to pull to hold fans over until WrestleMania?” Let’s take a look at the latest SummerSlam odds to find out.

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WWE SummerSlam Odds

Like we mentioned earlier, betting on SummerSlam odds, or WWE odds in general, isn’t legal in the United States. But, it is legal overseas and it often gives us a good look at what we can expect come Saturday night at SummerSlam. Let’s take a look at some of the odds for this weekend’s biggest matches.

John Cena (+450) vs. Roman Reigns (-800)

There is no way the WWE lets John Cena take Reigns’ belt during this stint. Cena is simply taking a break from Hollywood and promoting both Suicide Squad and F9, his two most recent movies. The SummerSlam odds here show Reigns isn’t going anywhere as Universal Champ. His -800 odds imply an 88.9% probability he wins on Saturday night.

Bill Goldberg (+350) vs. Bobby Lashley (-600)

Now this one is just a bit more interesting. Does Bill Goldberg deserve the WWE Championship belt? No, of course not. But when has that ever stopped the company before. If I was going to bet on this match, I’d take Lashley. But, there is a much better chance we see a Goldberg upset than one from Cena.

Nikki A.S.H. (-125) vs. Charlotte Flair (+175) vs. Rhea Ripley (+450)

Now these SummerSlam odds are good. Not that it’s a massive upset, but look for Charlotte Flair to become Raw Women’s Champion. Nikki A.S.H. doesn’t seem to be made for a long-term title reign and we’ve seen an uninspired run from Ripley already. +175 seems like good SummerSlam odds for Flair.

Bianca Belair (-188) vs. Sasha Banks (+138)

This is a rematch for the SmackDown Women’s Championship, one that we originally saw at Wrestlemania and one that has a ton of hype around it because of how good their previous match was. The SummerSlam odds favor Belair at -188, but it wouldn’t surprise me if Banks leaves as a champion either.

Edge (-300) vs. Seth Rollins (+225)

No belt on the line for this one, but one with bad blood nonetheless after Rollins interfered twice at money In The Bank and cost Edge his title. SummerSlam odds have Edge as a pretty sizeable favorite in this one.

For the complete list of SummerSlam odds, check out below.

WWE SummerSlam Odds

MatchOddsImplied Chance
Alexa Bliss v. Eva Marie-450 (Bliss) +300 (Marie)81.8% (Bliss) 25% (Marie)
Drew McIntyre v. Jinder Mahal-400 (McIntyre) +275 (Mahal)80% (McIntyre) 26.7% (Mahal)
The Usos v. The Mysterios-350 (The Usos) +250 (The Mysterios)77.8% (The Usos) 28.6% (The Mysterios)
Styles and Omos v. RK-Bro-350 (RK-Bro) +250 (Styles and Omos)77.8% (RK-Bro) 28.6% (Styles and Omos)
Sheamus v. Damien Priest-250 (Priest) +175 (Sheamus)71.4% (Priest) 36.4% (Sheamus)
Edge v. Seth Rollins-300 (Edge) +225 (Rollins)75% (Edge) 30.8% (Rollins)
Bianca Belair v. Sasha Banks-188 (Belair) +138 (Banks)65.3% (Belair) 42.1% (Banks)
Nikki A.S.H. v. Charlotte Flair v. Rhea Ripley-125 (Nikki) +175 (Charlotte) +450 (Ripley)55.6% (Nikki) 36.4% (Charlotte) 18.2% (Ripley)
Bobby Lashley v. Goldberg-600 (Lashley) +350 (Goldberg)85.7% (Lashley) 22.2% (Goldberg)
Roman Reigns v. John Cena-800 (Reigns) +450 (Cena)88.9% (Reigns) 18.2% (Cena)

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Brian is a sports journalist with close to ten years of experience in the business. A lifelong Philadelphia sports fan with a passion for all things sports gambling.


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