Brock Lesnar is the favorite to win the Men's Elimination Chamber in the latest odds.

2022 WWE Elimination Chamber Odds: Brock Lesnar & Bianca Belair The Favorites

One of the most exciting WWE events of the year is the annual Elimination Chamber. The objective is to eliminate each opponent from the event and the Sportsbook is the person who is the last man standing at the end.

Online sportsbook [Sportsbook not available for your region] has released WWE Elimination Chamber odds on both the men’s and women’s Royal Rumble, with Brock Lesnar the -150 betting favorite to win on the men’s side and Bianca Belair the -275 favorite to win on the women’s side.

According to our sports betting calculator, Lesnar’s odds translate to an implied win probability of 60.00 percent while Belair’s odds represent an implied win probability of 73.33 percent.

Becky Lynch vs Lita

Odds to Win Women’s Championship - Elimination Chamber
Becky Lynch (C)-1700

Odds as of February 19 at [Sportsbook not available for your region]

Becky Lynch is the heavy favorite in this one, and deservedly so. Lynch made her return to the WWE back in August when she defeated the favorite in the Elimination Chamber odds according to [Sportsbook not available for your region], Bianca Belair. That fight concluded in less than a minute and secured Lynch the Smackdown women’s championship for the fourth time. She has defended her title multiple times since then, and it would be a shock to everyone if she loses this fight.

On the other side, we have the underdog, Lita. Lita is a crafty veteran who has been in the business for a long time. You cannot count her out as she has so much experience in the ring that she could pull this off. Lita has done everything but win a title, so this would be an incredible achievement for the Hall of Famer.

WWE Men’s Elimination Chamber Odds

Odds To Win The 2022 Men’s Elimination Chamber
Brock Lesnar-150
Bobby Lashley (C)+175
Seth Rollins+325
AJ Styles+600
Austin Theory+2500

Odds as of February 19 at [Sportsbook not available for your region]

There are a lot of big names on the men’s side as possible Sportsbooks of the 2022 Elimination Chamber. There are a few that stick out, including current champion Bobby Lashley at +175 and former champion Seth Rollins at +325.

One important thing to consider is that the WWE has made it fairly clear that they want to see a champion vs champion matchup between Brock Lesnar and Roman Reigns at WrestleMania 38. 

Looking back at last year’s participants, not one of them will be participating in this event. The Sportsbook of the Elimination Chamber on the men’s side one year ago was Daniel Bryan.

Best Value Picks

The value certainly lies with both the defending champion, Lashley (+175), and the former champ, Seth Rollins. Lashley is in the midst of a winning streak that dates back to 2020, while Rollins is looking to regain the throne that he held from 2014 to 2016. Rollins has fought the likes of a Brock Lesnar in a big event, so he has the experience.

Despite losing that event, Rollins has been working his way back into championship contention for some time now, and he may be the best value play at +325.

WWE Women’s Elimination Chamber Odds

Odds To Win 2022 Women’s Elimination Chamber
Bianca Belair-275
Alexa Bliss+200
Rhea Ripley+300
Liv Morgan+900
Nikki A.S.H.+2500

Odds as of February 19 at [Sportsbook not available for your region]

As we look at the women’s side, we see a lot of big names. Bianca Belair (-275) is the favorite to take this one home as she got a massive victory in the Royal Rumble in 2021. Belair was the first women’s black superstar to achieve this feat in WWE history. She will look to continue that momentum and have her hand raised in another big event.

Other wrestlers who should compete for a victory are Alexa Bliss (+200) and Rhea Ripley (+300). Bliss is looking to add to her illustrious career as a champion of both Smackdown back in 2016 and Raw in 2017. Ripley is looking to avenge her Royal Rumble loss where she was eliminated by the current Smackdown women’s champion, Belair.

Best Value Pick

The other name that is noteworthy is Liv Morgan at +900. Morgan has been all around the title for the past year but hasn’t been able to get it done, including her match with Belair that she was unable to win. She gets a chance to avenge that loss on the biggest stage. At +900, there is tremendous value on Morgan to get on the right track and get this one done.

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