Seth Rollins and Becky Lynch will defend the Universal Championship and the Raw Women's Championship, at Hell in a Cell in two weeks, respectively.
The Architect will put the Universal title on the line against Bray Wyatt, having defended it twice during house shows in Alberta last weekend. Meanwhile, Lynch will look to get the best of Sasha Banks once again, as the latter looks to win her fifth Raw Women's Championship.
But the early betting odds suggest that the popular wrestling couple will be leaving the show empty-handed in Sacramento. Surprisingly, the odds strongly oppose Rollins and "The Man."
BetOnline (h/t Ringside News), Wyatt is listed as the heavy favorite at 1/5, while Rollins is the giant underdog at 3/1. It's worth noting that the Universal Champion was quite the underdog against Brock Lesnar at SummerSlam, and he still wound up winning.
Meanwhile, Lynch is the 2/1 underdog to successfully defend against Banks. The Legit Boss, on the other hand, is a 1/3 favorite to walk away victorious. The betting odds can always change over time, of course, but the early indications are that we'll see two major title changes in Sacramento.
Early betting odds often provide an indication of what will happen ahead of each WWE pay-per-view. Take a look back at the Clash of Champions odds, and you'll see that the main favorites in the main matches won. Rollins, Robert Roode and Dolph Ziggler and Kofi Kingston all scored victories in their respective title matches.
Lynch has held onto the Raw Women's title since winning it at WrestleMania 35, while Rollins is on his second reign as the champion. But Banks and Wyatt are in line for major pushes, and it looks like they'll be awarded with major title reigns in short time.
Change May Be For The Best
It's going to disappoint a large portion of the WWE Universe if Lynch and Rollins drop their titles, but all good things must come to an end. They can't hold on to their titles forever, plus Banks and Wyatt are building plenty of momentum for their characters. A new Universal and a new Raw Women's Champion would provide a nice change in WWE. Too much of the same gets boring, after all.