Sunday night in the wrestling world we’ll see something special at the Allstate Arena in Rosemont, Illinois. This year’s Survivor Series PPV is Raw vs. SmackDown vs. NXT and let’s face it, this is to get NXT a big boost in the ratings since they are going up against AEW on Wednesday nights.

Sunday night is going to be hard for me switching back and forth from NFL football (Dallas at New England and a late-game between Green Bay and San Francisco) and Survivor Series. The battle of sound in my man cave will be interesting, to say the least. (Talk about a loaded Sunday night with NFL Picks and why not WWE Picks!).

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I can’t remember the last time I’ve been this excited for a WWE Survivor Series PPV and the storylines that can happen after this could be intriguing. I don’t see any titles changing hands Sunday night in Rosemont but I do see a big storyline being produced. I promised my WWE insider I wouldn’t spoil this rumor.

So let’s get going with the opening WWE Survivor Series betting odds at with my final predictions. Keep in my mind my predictions are what the books will want to see happen and what could make further WWE pay-per-views more interesting in an oddsmakers point of view.

WWE – Survivor Series – Sunday, November 24, 2019 – Allstate Arena Rosemont, Illinois

Champions Match

AJ Styles -130
Shinsuke Nakamura +140
Roderick Strong +300

I have no clue the order of matches this Sunday but this match right here will be the match of the night. As an oddsmaker, we will be rooting hard for Roderick Strong but let’s face it there is a reason why AJ Styles is the betting favorite. I would love to see Nakamura win this match because I still believe he is being misused but look for Styles to steal this one and give RAW the big win.

Prediction: AJ Styles -130

Women’s Champions

Shayna Baszler +115
Becky Lynch +130
Bailey +225

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What should happen in this match and what will happen in this match is the million-dollar question. What should happen is that Shayna Baszler dominates both Becky Lynch and Bailey and gets a big win for NXT but I just don’t see the suits in the back making that happen. Getting Becky at +130 seems like a steal but wouldn’t shock me to see Lynch and Baszler going at it towards the end of the match and Bailey swooping in to get the easy 1.2.3 cover. After Survivor Series we could see Baszler show up at RAW and stay on the Red Brand for a while.

Prediction: I wish I could say Bailey +225 but I can’t pass Becky Lynch +130

Men’s Tag Team Champions

The Viking Raider -180
The Undisputed ERA +200
The New Day +350

This Brand Supremacy Triple Threat Tag Team match should be a crazy good match and wouldn’t shock me to see either of these tag teams winning.  The betting public jumped all over the Viking Raiders and that is why they are the favorites here but don’t sleep the two underdogs. I know the Viking Raiders ran through the NXT roster but I’m sorry I’m fading the betting public and taking the New Day at +350.

Prediction: The New Day +350

WWE Championship

Brock Lesnar -500
Rey Mysterio +350

The thought of Rey Mysterio winning this championship match is intriguing but no way that happens. Another thought is maybe Dominick Mysterio comes to the ring and screws his dad and turns heel and makes his wrestling debut against his dad (I hope not). Heck, maybe Cain Velasquez comes to the ring and helps Mysterio steal the belt. Anything can happen in a match where Brock Lesnar isn’t used and what I’m hearing is Brock will be off TV and PPV for while but I still see him winning this match.

Prediction: Brock Lesnar -500

Universal Championship

Bray Wyatt -450
Daniel Bryan +300

Why would they build-up ‘The Fiend’ so much just to have him lose at Survivor Series? Talking about easy pickings in this match as I see Bray Wyatt coming out on top at the end of the night. I can guarantee that Sami Zayn will be involved towards the end of this match but again it doesn’t matter because ‘The Fiend’ Bray Wyatt retains.

Prediction: Bray Wyatt -450

– Raphael Esparza is a writer/handicapper from Doc’s Sports Service and he is as Oddsmaker Consultant for and follow him @VSIDocsports and his Entertainment odds @BetCelebs.

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