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WWE NXT Worlds Collide 2022 Betting Odds Revealed

There are new betting odds up for Sunday’s WWE NXT Worlds Collide pay-per-view.

Worlds Collide will take place at the WWE Performance Center in Orlando, Florida. The show will be held one day after Clash at the Castle, which will feature main event stars and run inside Principality Stadium in Cardiff, Wales. Clash at the Castle will mark WWE’s first stadium pay-per-view in the United Kingdom since Summerslam 1992.

There are currently five matches on the card for NXT Worlds Collide. All of them are championship bouts, and three are title unification matches. The betting odds for Worlds Collide are courtesy of BetOnline.


NXT Champion Bron Breakker and NXT UK Champion Tyler Bate will square off in a singles bout to unify both championships. The 24-year-old Breakker is a massive -600 favorite to win the title unification bout, while Bate comes in as a giant +350 underdog. Breakker has the highest odds of all performers on the Worlds Collide card.

NXT Women’s Champion Mandy Rose, NXT UK Women’s Champion Meiko Satomura and Blair Davenport will meet in a triple threat match to unify those two titles. Rose is the slight -185 favorite to win the showdown, and Satomura has the second-best odds at +200. Davenport is the main underdog at +400.

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The duos of The Creed Brothers (NXT Tag Team Champions), Josh Briggs and Brooks Jensen (NXT UK Tag Team Champions), Pretty Deadly and Gallus will face off in a four-way match to unify the Tag Team Championship belts. The Creed Brothers have the best odds at -150, followed by Gallus (+250) and Briggs and Jensen (+300). The lowest odds belong to Pretty Deadly at +500.

Doudrop and Nikki A.S.H. will challenge Kayden Carter and Katana Chance for the NXT Women’s Tag Team titles. Chance and Carter are the -260 favorites, and A.S.H. and Doudrop are +180 underdogs. Carmelo Hayes is a massive -400 favorite to retain his NXT North Aemrican Championship over Ricochet, who comes in as a +250 underdog.

Big Weekend For WWE

WWE will run Clash at the Castle on Saturday and then Worlds Collide on Sunday. There’s an exciting buzz within WWE now that Triple H is in charge of the creative team. Now fans can look forward to not one, but two of the most hyped-up pay-per-views of 2022 all in one weekend. This should go down as one of the best WWE weekends in recent memory, assuming these highly-anticipated matchups live up to expectations.

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