The betting odds for WWE Summerslam are now available with Brock Lesnar favored to defeat Randy Orton and Finn Balor favored to win the WWE Universal Championship. Dean Ambrose, Rusev and Sasha Banks are all favored to retain their titles, however The New Day and The Miz are currently favored to lose their title matches, but not necessarily their titles as a loss by DQ or count out is possible.

For those unfamiliar with betting lines, a simple explanation of the lines would be a - sign indicates the favorite and the + is for the underdogs. The number after the plus or minus represents how favored or unfavored a competitor is in the particular match. A $100 wager on Brock Lesnar -400 would win just $25 as he is heavily favored, while the same bet on Randy Orton -280 could win $280 as he is the underdog.

Below are the current odds, thanks as always to our friends at BetWrestling:

Brock Lesnar -400 vs Randy Orton +280

WWE Universal Championship
Finn Balor -160 vs Seth Rollins +120

WWE Championship
Dean Ambrose -750 vs Dolph Ziggler +450

WWE Women's Championship
Sasha Banks -1500 vs Charlotte +700

WWE Intercontinental Championship
The Miz +160 vs Apollo Crews -210

WWE United States Championship
Rusev 285 vs Roman Reigns +205

John Cena +210 vs AJ Styles -290

WWE Tag Team Championship
The New Day +290 vs Luke Gallows and Karl Anderson -245

Enzo Amore and Big Cass -750 vs JeriKO +450

Match 1 of "Best of 7" Series
Cesaro +105 vs Sheamus -145

All of the above lines are for the "end of broadcast" results, meaning that if the initial decision is reversed during the course of the broadcast then that is the official result the sportsbook recognizes. This clause exists to account for the possibility of a "Dusty Finish". The odds are expected to change regularly and can be followed by registering for the sportsbook at betwrestling.com.

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