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WWE Survivor Series 2017 betting odds & tips: The latest betting for the WWE Survivor Series

Brock Lesnar and AJ Styles meet in a dream match

WWE Survivor Series predictions for the pay per view on Sunday, November 19. Which WWE brand will claim the bragging rights at Survivor Series - Monday Night RAW or Smackdown Live? Read on for all our free predictions and betting tips.


WWE Survivor Series Predictions


WWE Survivor Series Betting Tips Explained


The Survivor Series card has undergone some major changes in the past few weeks – and that has certainly been a good thing. Fans are now being treated to a dream match between Brock Lesnar and AJ Styles, while the men’s Survivor Series match-up now features a healthy mix of legends, current stars and futures stars. There is also the small matter of two of WWE’s most popular factions in recent history – The Shield and The New Day – going head-to-head, so this has the potential to be one of the most entertaining cards WWE puts out this year. But who will be victorious in Houston?

My first selection is backing Charlotte Flair to win the battle of the women’s champions. Charlotte taking the Smackdown Live women’s title from Natalya on the final broadcast before the PPV was a big surprise… but was it really? The Flairs have been all over the media in the past few weeks due to the ESPN 30 For 30 documentary about her legendary father Ric, and with all eyes on the Flairs at this time it makes sense for Charlotte to be playing a major role on the Survivor Series card. For her to win the title and then lose match a few days later makes no sense, so I am backing Charlotte to take the bragging rights here.

My second pick is to take Team Smackdown Live to win their Men’s 5-on-5 Traditional Survivor Series Elimination match against Team RAW. The RAW ranks were boosted by the sudden inclusion of Triple H this past Monday, but him taking the place of Kurt Angle’s storyline son, Jason Jordan, is likely to be a key component in this match. The decision to make Jordan the heir to Angle is one that has not worked out as well as WWE seemingly hoped, but on the flip side they now have a character the fans want to despise. So what better way than to keep the heat on Jordan by having him play a part in Team RAW losing this match, taking us a step closer to a rumoured Angle-Triple H match at WrestleMania in the process. I expect run-ins and craziness before the blue brand takes the honours.

WWE Survivor Series Predictions


WWE Survivor Series Betting Odds


Bookmaker Paddy Power is offering odds for every match on the main card of WWE Survivor Series, as well as odds on who will be the first eliminated in the two traditional 5-on-5 Survivor Series matches. We have a full rundown of the WWE Survivor Series betting odds right here...

2/9 Brock Lesnar; 11/4 AJ Styles

Men’s 5-on-5 Traditional Survivor Series Elimination Match: 4/6 Smackdown Live; 11/10 RAW
First Elimination: 11/4 Bobby Roode; 7/2 Samoa Joe; 7/2 Shane McMahon; 4/1 Triple H; 6/1 Finn Balor; 7/1 Braun Strowman; 15/2 Randy Orton; 15/2 Kurt Angle; 10/1 Shinsuke Nakamura; 10/1 John Cena

Women’s 5-on-5 Traditional Survivor Series Elimination Match: 1/2 RAW; 6/4 Smackdown Live
First Elimination: 9/4 Tamina; 5/2 Alicia Fox; 5/2 Other Official Participant; 5/1 Carmella; 15/2 Naomi; 15/2 Nia Jax; 17/2 Bayley; 9/1 Sasha Banks; 14/1 Becky Lynch; 20/1 Asuka

4/9 The Usos; 13/8 Cesaro & Sheamus

4/9 The Shield; 13/8 The New Day

8/11 Alexa Bliss; EVS Charlotte Flair

8/13 The Miz; 6/5 Baron Corbin

WWE Survivor Series Card


Universal Champion Brock Lesnar vs. WWE Champion AJ Styles


Men’s 5-on-5 Traditional Survivor Series Elimination Match


Women’s 5-on-5 Traditional Survivor Series Elimination Match


Raw Tag Team Champions Cesaro & Sheamus vs. SmackDown Live Tag Team Champions The Usos


The Shield vs. The New Day


Raw Women’s Champion Alexa Bliss vs. SmackDown Live Women’s Champion Charlotte Flair


Intercontinental Champion The Miz vs. United States Champion Baron Corbin


WWE Cruiserweight Champion Enzo Amore vs. Kalisto [Kickoff Match]


WWE Survivor Series History


The Survivor Series may not be as big of a deal as WrestleMania and SummerSlam, but it is an event that has provided some memorable and historic moments since it was first launched back in 1987.

For the first three years the card was solely made up on Survivor Series style matches and in 1990 the WWE shook things up by placing the survivors in each of the night’s matches in a main match of survival that saw Hulk Hogan, The Ultimate Warrior and Tito Santana beat a five-strong team of bad guys.

A year later history was made as the first one-on-one match in Survivor Series history saw The Undertaker win the WWE title from Hulk Hogan, and that began the start of cards featuring more than just Survivor Series style match-ups.

The 1997 Survivor Series will forever be considered one of the most controversial events in the history of WWE because that was the night Vince McMahon ‘screwed’ Bret Hart – for real. Hart was due to leave the company for WCW and, in his home country of Canada, had refused to lose the title to Shawn Michaels at the Survivor Series. McMahon led him to believe there would be some sort of non-finish to the match but when Michaels put Hart in the Sharpshooter, McMahon ordered the referee to stop the match and make it look like Hart had submitted. The two men came to blows in the locker room afterwards and Hart would not return to WWE for many years.

One year later a one-night tournament was held to crown a WWE title, and in 2002 the Elimination Chamber match made its debut as Shawn Michaels beat five other men to become WWE champion for the first time since 1998.


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