Super Show-Down takes place next Saturday (Oct 6) live from Melbourne, Australia and the betting odds have been released ahead of the show by BetWrestling.com, which interestingly show that there won’t be any title changes at the event.
The main Championship that will be defended on the show is the WWE Championship as AJ Styles defends in a no count-out, no disqualification match against Samoa Joe.
This is the third time that the two men have met in a one-on-one Championship match and since Joe has won all other encounters (he won via DQ at SummerSlam and Styles was tapping at Hell in a Cell by the referee didn’t spot it) many believed that Joe could be set to make history by becoming the first superstar to win a WWE Championship in Australia.
The New Day are the favorites in their match against The Bar, whilst Becky Lynch is expected to retain the SmackDown Women’s Championship against Charlotte Flair and Cedric Alexander should leave Melbourne with the Cruiserweight Championship following his bout with hometown star Buddy Murphy.
The Raw Tag Team Championships, Intercontinental Championship, United States Championship and Universal Championship are not being defended at the event, which means that all of the titles will remain with their current holders following the show.
Other notable odds include John Cena and Bobby Lashley being -530 favorites over Kevin Owens and Elias, The Bella Twins and Ronda Rousey are -900 favorites over The Riott Squad.
The Shield is expected to defeat the team of Braun Strowman, Dolph Ziggler and Drew McIntyre and the big main event match between Triple H and The Undertaker currently favors The Undertaker to once again defeat The Game with -165 odds.