Betting Odds Favorite For WWE Women’s World Championship Battle Royal Revealed

Betting Odds Favorite For WWE Women’s World Championship Battle Royal Revealed WWE

A new report has revealed the betting odds favorite for the WWE Women’s World Championship Battle Royal on Raw.

On the April 15 edition of WWE Raw, Rhea Ripley announced that she had suffered an injured shoulder and was forced to vacate the WWE Women’s World Championship.

Ripley was forced to relinquish her title following a backstage attack at the hands of Liv Morgan on the Raw After WrestleMania 40.

Later in the broadcast, the company announced that a new champion would be crowned on the April 22 episode. It was later revealed to be contested in a battle royal.

According to BetOnline, Liv Morgan is currently the betting odds favorite ahead of the WWE Women’s World Championship Battle Royal on Monday Night Raw. The full betting odds read:

BetOnline opened lines for the winner of tonight’s Battle Royal winner on Raw and Liv Morgan is a substantial favorite.

These odds are subject to change.

Here’s the direct link to next champion odds: https://www.betonline.ag/sportsbook/futures-and-props/wwe.Women’s World Champion Battle Royale

Liv Morgan 2/5 (-250)

Bianca Belair 5/2 (+250)

Jade Cargill 4/1

Becky Lynch 6/1

Tiffany Stratton 7/1

Asuka 8/1

Naomi 8/1

Roxanne Perez 12/1

Nia Jax 14/1

Lyra Valkyrie 18/1

Shayna Baszler 20/1

Candice LaRae 28/1

Piper Niven 28/1

Tegan Nox 28/1

Zoey Stark 28/1

Chelsea Green 40/1

Indi Hatwell 40/1

Ivy Nile 40/1

Katana Chance 40/1

Kayden Carter 40/1

Maxxine Dupri 40/1

Natalya 40/1

WrestleTalk will provide any breaking news and notes from tonight’s WWE Raw broadcast when they become available.

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