WWE is preparing for another SummerSlam event, and they can’t wait to take over Detroit’s Ford Field on August 5th, 2023. That event will feature some of the best names that WWE has to offer, and now we have some possible spoilers ahead.

Bet Online has released some early betting odds for SummerSlam. It appears that fans could be in for quite a show. Although Roman Reigns and Jey Uso’s encounter for the Universal Title was not listed, other big matches, like the World Heavyweight Title match, were listed.

The current betting odds show that Seth Rollins is most likely to retain his World Heavyweight Championship against Finn Balor. The Visionary is currently sitting at -300 odds to Balor’s +200.

Also, it appears that Shayna Baszler is a huge favorite to beat Ronda Rousey with -1000 odds to the Baddest Woman On The Planet’s +550. In other news, Cody Rhodes appears to have an edge over Brock Lesnar as well.


Saturday, Aug 05, 2023 – SummerSlam

Seth Rollins (c)                -300     (1/3)

Finn Balor                       +200     (2/1)

Cody Rhodes                  -450     (2/9)

Brock Lesnar                  +275     (11/4)

Shayna Baszler              -1000   (1/10)

Ronda Rousey                +550     (11/2)

We will have to see how SummerSlam pans out. These could be accurate numbers, but you also never know what can happen in WWE. If anything, SummerSlam is certainly shaping up to be an event we won’t soon forget.

For more on this story about SummerSlam’s build, and everything else going on in the busy pro wrestling world, stay tuned with us here at Ringside News. Also, please chime in by using the comments below and let us know what you think!

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