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WWE Crown Jewel Odds for Every Match: Who Wins King of the Ring, Queen's Crown?

Complete betting preview and odds breakdown for the 2021 WWE Crown Jewel and every match.
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WWE Crown Jewel Odds for Every Match: Who Wins King of the Ring, Queen's Crown?

WWE has quickly made Crown Jewel one of their biggest spectacles of the year. The Saudi Arabian show has become almost a fifth major show on the calendar, as WWE tries to throw everything they can at their international audience. Will the event come with any surprises though? OddsChecker is here to tell you what the betting market believes.

King of the Ring Finals

Oddsmakers don’t see much in the King of the Ring finals. Xavier Woods is technically the favorite with -125 odds, but Finn Balor is also given -110 odds. This is essentially a toss-up.

That makes sense given the context of the match. Woods fought for WWE to bring back the King of the Ring event and has made it known that winning the tournament has been a dream of his since childhood. Considering his New Day teammates Kofi Kingston and Big E have both been given World Title runs, it only seems fair to allow Woods to live out a dream as well.

On the other hand, Finn Balor makes more sense from a booking standpoint. Having just lost to Roman Reigns he could use a boost to keep him relevant and in the main event picture. Not to mention, he’s previously worked under a similar gimmick as Prince Devitt prior to his run with WWE.

Queen’s Crown Finals

Queen’s crown is in a similar spot, but not the same. Doudrop is the favorite to win the tournament. She’s given -175 odds to Zelina Vega’s +125. However, this is still a very close match and it wouldn’t be shocking to see the odds change again before the match takes place. Again, this makes sense given context.

Doudrop was a major indy and NXT UK star as Piper Niven. She’s steamrolled pretty much everyone in the WWE since she was called up to the main roster as well. Crowning her Queen would immediately make her one of the biggest players in the company’s women’s division.

On the other hand, Zelina Vega has been on the verge of a big break since her return to the company. She was pushed before Money in the Bank and lost, she was pushed into the main event but never got a title shot. The pushes have simply been stop and start, and they likely want to give her something for returning to the company instead of following her husband to AEW. Queen’s Crown could be just the thing.


MatchOddsImplied Chance
Roman Reign vs. Brock Lesnar-275 (Reigns) +200 (Lesnar)73.3% (Reigns) 33.3% (Lesnar)
Becky Lynch vs. Bianca Belair vs. Sasha Banks-200 (Lynch) +550 (Belair) +250 (Banks)66.7% (Lynch) 15.4% (Belair) 28.6% (Banks)
RK-Bro vs. AJ Styles and Omos-1600 (RK-Bro) +700 (Styles and Omos)94.1% (RK-Bro) 12.5% (Styles and Omos)
Big E vs. Drew McIntyre-2500 (Big E) +900 (McIntyre)96.2% (Big E) 10% (McIntyre)
Goldberg vs. Bobby Lashley-500 (Goldberg) +333 (Lashley)83.3% (Goldberg) 23.1% Lashley)
Finn Balor vs. Xavier Woods-110 (Balor) -125 (Woods)52.4% (Balor) 55.6% (Woods)
Doudrop vs. Zelina Vega-175 (Doudrop) +125 (Vega)63.6% (Doudrop) 44.4% (Vega)
Edge vs. Seth Rollins-600 (Edge) +350 (Rollins)85.7% (Edge) 22.2% (Rollins)
Mansoor vs. Mustafa Ali-1200 (Mansoor) +600 (Ali)92.3% (Mansoor) 14.3% (Ali)

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