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SummerSlam 2023 Predictions, Odds & WWE Betting Offers

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SummerSlam 2023 Predictions, Odds & WWE Betting Offers

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WWE SummerSlam takes places this Saturday, 5 August, at Ford Field in Detroit. It’s the 36th edition of the annual summer spectacle, and it’s easy to claim it’s the most star-studded SummerSlam in history. With names like Roman Reigns, Brock Lesnar, Ronda Rousey, Cody Rhodes, Charlotte Flair and Logan Paul just some of the superstars in action, it’s no surprise to see some UK betting sites are getting involved by offering SummerSlam betting odds. 

SummerSlam Free Bets

If you’re looking for SummerSlam free bets and betting offers, then we have you covered. In the lead up to Saturday’s event, we will highlight any new customer offers available at UK betting sites that offer SummerSlam betting odds. 

SummerSlam Betting Odds

WWE betting is available in the UK at selected sports betting sites. While they all have the option to offer it, many choose not to because (spoiler alert) - it’s a scripted event. That said, some of the best UK betting sites will offer betting odds on the biggest WWE events, like WrestleMania, the Royal Rumble and SummerSlam. 

SummerSlam Predictions

The SummerSlam card is subject to change, even after the show has started. The same goes for odds mentioned below. All odds are correct at the time of writing, and all are courtesy of Unibet

Undisputed Universal Championship – Roman Reigns v Jey Uso

The Bloodline has been the dominant story in the WWE for over two years now. From the formation of the stable to its expansion and, ultimately, its downfall, one constant has been Roman Reigns as champion. Someone will be given a win over him at some stage. For all that Jey Uso winning would be an incredible moment, Roman Reigns’ odds (1/14) tell you everything you need to know about who’s winning on Saturday. 

World Heavyweight Championship – Seth Rollins v Finn Balor

UK betting sites have this match priced up as a coin toss. With there being some rumours that Seth Rollins might need some time off to heal from various injuries, we could be set for a title switch. Finn Balor winning would make for a great next few weeks and months, as fellow Judgment Day member, Damien Priest, would be lurking with his Money in the Bank briefcase. Balor is the call here, assuming the injury rumours are true.  

WWE Women’s Championship – Asuka v Charlotte Flair v Bianca Belair

This is another match that’s a little hard to weigh up because of a potential Money in the Back cash-in. Iyo Sky is perhaps a lot more likely than Priest to cash her contract in, which would be an outcome that makes sense. Asuka, Flair and Belair all tend to be protected in the booking, so having two of them take a loss on a big stage seems unlikely. If you can find a market on Sky cashing in, that’s the right bet. 

Charlotte Flair5/2
Bianca Belair7/2

Cody Rhodes v Brock Lesnar

The Rhodes-Lesnar feud is one that fans will likely be happy to see the back of. The American Nightmare has lost a lot of momentum since his return to the WWE from AEW. As for Lesnar, he’ll likely always be a huge draw. In what should be the final chapter of this storyline, we expect Cody Rhodes to get the W and move on to his next placeholder feud in the build up to dethroning Roman Reigns at next year’s WrestleMania. 

Intercontinental Championship – Gunther v Drew McIntyre

Gunther looks set for a run at the top of the WWE card in the near future. He’s held the Intercontinental Championship for over 400 days and is fast closing in on the Honky Tonk Man’s record of 453 days. For him to step up to the main event, he will have to lose the IC title, but don’t expect that to happen before he’s got the record. He’s 1/5 favourite for a reason. 

Ricochet v Logan Paul

This should be a real spectacle, with two seriously impressive high-fliers in action. The match will be more about big spots - and probably the promotion of a certain energy drink - than it will about classic WWE storytelling. Logan Paul hasn’t won a WWE match since SummerSlam last year, having competed in, and lost, four matches in that time. He’s the 1/4 favourite to beat Ricochet, which looks about right. 

Ronda Rousey v Shayna Baszler

A spanner was somewhat thrown into the works for this one on Monday, when it was announced it would be an MMA Rules match. Nobody quite knows what this means, but with the WWE’s merger with the UFC, it makes sense. What makes more sense is having Ronda Rousey, a UFC Hall of Famer, get the win. She can be backed at 2/1 with Unibet to do so, which looks massive. 

SummerSlam Battle Royal

The SummerSlam Battle Royal was a fairly late addition to the card. These matches often have little in terms of storyline and don’t serve much of a purpose beyond putting more faces in front of the crowd. LA Knight’s popularity in the WWE lately is undeniable, so it wouldn't be a big surprise if this match’s inclusion on the card was just to get him a win. 

Regardless of the outcomes, SummerSlam 2023 promises to be a great show, and one that will help shape new feuds and storylines moving forward. 

About the Author

Adam has worked in online betting for pretty much his entire adult life. Having spent over a decade working for some of the biggest online bookmakers in their operations and content teams, NFL and fantasy NFL are Adam's main focus, but there's always room for some golf, horse racing and soccer, particularly soccer card markets.