Current WWE Clash of Champions Odds - Who Is Favored To Win AJ Styles vs. Jinder Mahal? - PWPIX.net

Current WWE Clash of Champions Odds – Who Is Favored To Win AJ Styles vs. Jinder Mahal?

WWE Clash of Champions is coming to TD Garden in Boston, Massachusetts, this Sunday at 8 ET/5 PT. This SmackDown LIVE pay-per-view will feature four title matches, including WWE Champion AJ Styles against former titleholder Jinder Mahal.

Oddsmakers already have the lines set for the major matches. All champions are projected to retain, with the exception of the Triple Threat Match for the United States Championship, which has not had odds set as of Friday night. BetWrestling.com has the following lines set for Clash of Champions.

WWE Champion AJ Styles is at -415 to retain against former titleholder Jinder Mahal, who is a +295 underdog. Smackdown Women’s Champion Charlotte Flair has even better odds of -675 to successfully defend against Natalya, who is a +425 underdog.

SmackDown Tag Team Champions The Usos, are -245 favorites to retain against a field of three teams. The bet would for any of those other teams to win at +175. This is a huge endorsement for The Usos, however individual odds will be set for The New Day, Shelton Benjamin and Chad Gable as well as Rusev and Aiden English. When those odds are set, expect them to be wider longshots than choosing “the field” because it would be a more exact prediction.

The matches we are waiting for odds on include the aforementioned United States Triple Threat Match with Baron Corbin defending against both Bobby Roode and Dolph Ziggler, Zack Ryder vs. Mojo Rawley, and Breezango vs The Bludgeon Brothers.

A quick explanation of how to interpret these odds, which are known as American / Moneyline odds, is as follows. The minus sign indicated the favorite and the plus sign for the underdog. The corresponding number after the plus or minus indicate how favored or unfavored the performer(s) is/are. For example, a $100 bet on Natalya at +425 would yield $425 upon success with Natalya being an underdog challenger.

WWE Championship

AJ Styles (c) -415 vs. Jinder Mahal +295

SmackDown Women’s Championship (Lumberjack Match)

Charlotte Flair (c) -675 vs. Natalya +425

SmackDown Tag Team Championship (Fatal 4-Way Match)

The Usos (c) -245 vs. The Field (The New Day, Shelton Benjamin & Chad Gable and Rusev & Aiden English) +175

Kevin Owens and Sami Zayn -300 vs Randy Orton and Shinsuke Nakamura +220