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Stephanie McMahon Royal Rumble Odds: What are they?

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Stephanie McMahon is one of the many people who currently have odds on winning the Women’s Royal Rumble match, which will be taking place on Saturday January 29th.

Betting site BetOnline recent released the betting odds for the Women’s Rumble match, and amazingly, Stephanie McMahon has odds of

  • Bianca Belair 4/1
  • Bayley 9/2
  • Rhea Ripley 8/1
  • Sasha Banks 8/1
  • Alexa Bliss 9/1
  • Raquel Gonzalez 10/1
  • Charlotte Flair 12/1
  • Paige 14/1
  • Asuka 16/1
  • Liv Morgan 16/1
  • Io Shirai 20/1
  • Shayna Baszler 20/1
  • Mandy Rose 33/1
  • Carmella 40/1
  • Shotzi Blackheart 40/1
  • Sonya Deville 40/1
  • Trish Stratus 50/1
  • Beth Phoenix 66/1
  • Dakota Kai 66/1
  • Kay Lee Ray 66/1
  • Lacey Evans 66/1
  • Lita 66/1
  • Mickie James 66/1
  • Natalya 66/1
  • Nikki A.S.H. 66/1
  • Queen Zelina 66/1
  • Aliyah 80/1
  • Brie Bella 80/1
  • Maryse 80/1
  • Nikki Bella 80/1
  • Candice LeRae 100/1
  • Dana Brooke 100/1
  • Kacy Catanzaro 100/1
  • Kelly Kelly 100/1
  • Michelle McCool 100/1
  • Tamina 100/1
  • Stephanie McMahon 250/1
  • Summer Rae 250/1

Amazingly, McMahon has the same odds to win the match as the returning Summer Rae. McMahon has not wrestled in quite some time, so it’s not even likely that she’ll be appearing in the match at all.

Stephanie McMahon Royal Rumble Odds

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