Early Betting Odds for WWE's "Greatest Royal Rumble"

Thanks to BetWrestling for sending this in: Early Odds have emerged via SkyBet for the Greatest Royal Rumble, being held in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia on April 27 and will be broadcast on the WWE Network. In addition to the 50 Man Rumble, The Universal and Intercontinental title matches both have odds set. The current top favorability in the Rumble is with Braun Strowman. The least most favored is Strowman's former tag team partner Nicholas, where $100 would win $10000. Nicholas, of course, is not booked at this event and this wager is simply an amusing novelty. Other wrestlers with better than average odds include Bobby Lashley, Daniel Bryan, Rey Mysterio and Elias. Also projected is a major title change in the steel cage match between Universal Champion Brock Lesnar and Roman Reigns. The brevity of Lesnar's new contract is the presumable driver of Roman being the favorite. In the IC ladder match the Champion, Seth Rollins, is the favorite right now, but only by a thin margin. The Miz has the next best chances to win, followed by Finn Balor and Samoa Joe. A quick explanation on reading the moneyline betting odds below is actually very simple to understand. The minus signs indicate the favorite and the plus signs represent the underdogs. The number after the plus or minus tells us how favorable or unfavorable the competitors are. In the case of the Royal Rumble, all choices are listed as underdogs, but some have more favorable odds than others. Greatest Royal Rumble 2018 Braun Strowman +500 Bobby Lashley +600 Daniel Bryan +700 Rey Mysterio +1000 Elias +1100 Chris Jericho +1400 Baron Corbin +1600 The Great Khali +1600 The Big Show +1800 Kane +2000 The Undertaker +2000 Bray Wyatt +2200 Dolph Ziggler +2200 John Cena +2500 Triple H +2500 Kurt Angle +3300 Mojo Rawley +5000 Apollo +6600 Big E +6600 Chad Gable +6600 Goldust +6600 Kofi Kingston +6600 Shelton Benjamin +6600 Sin Cara +6600 Titus O'Neill +6600 Xavier Woods +6600 Nicholas +10000 Universal Championship – Steel Cage Match Brock Lesnar(c) +400 vs Roman Reigns -700 Intercontinental Championship – Fatal Four Way Ladder Match Seth Rollins(c) -137 vs The Miz +333 vs Finn Balor +500 vs Samoa Joe +600