WWE is bringing Survivor Series to fans on Saturday, and they are in for big night in Chicago. Randy Orton was just added to the Men’s Survivor Series match, and that could be a big help for the babyface team. Now, we have the updated odds.

Bet Online has dropped new betting odds for the 2023 Survivor Series event. For the Men’s WarGames Match, The Judgment Day, Drew McIntyre, and JD McDonagh are listed at +275, while Seth Rollins, Sami Zayn, Jey Uso, Cody Rhodes, and Randy Orton are listed at +450.

In the Women’s WarGames Match, Becky Lynch, Bianca Belair, Charlotte Flair, and Shotzi have odds of +130, while Damage CTRL has odds of -180. As far as the WWE Women’s World Championship Match, Rhea Ripley, who is the champion, is heavily favored at -3000, with Zoey Stark listed at +800.

In the WWE Intercontinental Championship Match, GUNTHER, the champion, is strongly favored at -5000, while The Miz is the underdog at +1000. Finally, in the Singles Match, Carlito has odds of +500, while Santos Escobar is the favorite at -1000.

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We will have complete coverage of WWE’s Survivor Series event, and everything else that you need to know, right here at Ringside News. For more updates, keep checking back as we approach the big Survivor Series event in Chicago. You may also check out the list of betting odds below.

Men’s WarGames Match:

The Judgment Day (Finn Balor, Damian Priest, Dominik Mysterio) Drew McIntyre & JD McDonagh +275 vs. Seth Rollins, Sami Zayn, Jey Uso, Cody Rhodes & Randy Orton +450

Women’s WarGames Match:

Becky Lynch, Bianca Belair, Charlotte Flair & Shotzi +130 vs. Damage CTRL (Asuka, Bayley, IYO SKY & Kairi Sane) -180

WWE Women’s World Championship Match:

Rhea Ripley (champion) -3000 vs. Zoey Stark +800

WWE Intercontinental Championship Match:

GUNTHER (champion) -5000 vs. The Miz +1000

Carlito +500 vs. Santos Escobar -1000

What’s your take on these odds for WWE Survivor Series? Let us know what you think in the comments section!

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