The WWE will continue its Premium Live Event schedule this Saturday with WWE SummerSlam 2022. This is the second of three scheduled stadium events for 2022. Nissan Stadium, home of the Tennesee Titans, will host “The Biggest Party of the Summer.”
For the first time since WrestleMania, the WWE Undisputed Championship will be defended on a Premium Live Event when Reigns-Lesnar fight again. That isn’t the only big match on the card, as this match card should deliver for the fans. Read below for the WWE SummerSlam 2022 card, predictions and betting odds, courtesy of BetOnline Sportsbook.
WWE SummerSlam 2022 Start Time and Event Info
WWE SummerSlam 2022
Date: Saturday, July 30, 2022
Start Time: 7 p.m. EST
Venue: Nissan Stadium – Nashville, TN
WWE SummerSlam Predictions, Card and Betting Odds
WWE Undisputed Championship Last Man Standing Match: Roman Reigns (-600) vs Brock Lesnar (+350)
For what looks like the final time in this rivalry, Roman Reigns will battle Brock Lesnar in a Last Man Standing match. The titles will be on the line for the first time since their match at WrestleMania. Reigns has been used sparingly on the shows and was not seen much between WrestleMania and Money in the Bank. Lesnar came back after Reigns’ match against Riddle on the July 1 edition of Smackdown. Now, this match is going to be a long one, as neither one of them is going to stay down easy. In the end, the longest Reign in modern WWE will continue.
Winner: Roman Reigns (-600)
RAW Women’s Championship Match: Bianca Belair (-500) vs Becky Lynch (+300)
For the third time at a marquis Premium Live Event in the calendar year, Bianca Belair and Becky Lynch will do battle. Belair has held the title since beating Lynch on the “grandest stage of them all” back in April. Lynch has been trying her best to get back on top of the mountain, and this attempt should fail just as much as her previous attempts this year.
Winner: Bianca Belair (-500)
SmackDown Women’s Championship Match: Liv Morgan (-200) vs Ronda Rousey (+150)
WWE actually gave Liv Morgan a push and had her win the Money in the Bank briefcase earlier this month. Later that night, she cashed in on Ronda Rousey and won the SmackDown Women’s championship. Ronda Rousey might be getting some time off to spend with her baby, so she will probably take the loss to Liv Morgan.
Winner: Liv Morgan (-200)
WWE Undisputed Tag Team Championship: The Usos (-200) vs The Street Profits (+150)
After a non-clean finish at Money in the Bank between the two teams, the rematch was announced quickly with a WWE Hall of Famer as the special guest referee. Jeff Jarrett will be put between these two teams and try to keep things squared up. The Usos have looked strong, but do not count out the underdogs in this match. The Street Profits could unseat the champs on Saturday.
Winner: The Street Profits (+150)
United States Championship Match: Bobby Lashley (-300) vs Austin Theory (+200)
This is a rematch from Money in the Bank where Bobby Lashley took care of Austin Theory in short order. Theory then went on to win the Money in the Bank briefcase. WWE will not put the WWE Championship and the United States Championship on the same guy. They also want to bring some prestige to the US title too. Lashley goes over again at WWE SummerSlam 2022.
Winner: Bobby Lashley (-300)
Pat McAfee (-400) vs Happy Corbin (+250)
Pat McAfee comes out from behind the broadcast table to face a former teammate in Happy Corbin. The two former Indianapolis Colts have had a rivalry going for a little bit now. At Money in the Bank, Corbin attacked McAfee after Peacock went off the air. Corbin accepted a match for WWE SummerSlam 2022 with McAfee. Corbin has been sneak-attacking the former Colts punter, but at SummerSlam, he won’t be so “Happy.”
Winner: Pat McAfee (-400)
No Disqualifications Match: Judgement Day (-250) vs The Mysterios (+170)
The Judgement Day has set its sights on Rey Mysterio and his son Dominic. They attacked Rey when they were celebrating his 20th anniversary of him being in the WWE. Something fans may have noticed is that Mysterio was given his attire from his famous match against Eddie Guerrero at Halloween Havoc, 1998. The colors of his body suit are the same colors of Judgement Day. Could there be a swerve coming our way?
Winner: Judgement Day (-250)
Logan Paul (-2000) vs The Miz (+700)
Logan Paul signed a WWE contract at the end of June because he wanted a match with The Miz after getting blindsided after their match at WrestleMania. Now, Paul is back and has been talking about Miz’s balls for some reason. This match could go either way, but Paul will do something slimeier than The Miz and pick up the win.
Winner: Logan Paul (-2000)