WWE Payback Predictions, Odds, and Preview (Sep 3)

By · August 26, 2023
  • Latest PPV on the WWE schedule takes place on Saturday, September 3
  • Event will be staged at PPG Paints Arena in Pennsylvania

The WWE calendar continues on Saturday, September 3, as Payback will come live from the PPG Paints Arena. It promises to be a huge night of action, and you can find the latest odds and picks for the wrestling below.

How To Watch

  • When: Sunday, August 27, 2023
  • Where: Wembley Stadium, London, England
  • How To Watch: PPV

Becky Lynch vs Trish Stratus

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The rivalry between Trish Stratus and Becky Lynch will come to an end at Payback, as the two superstars clash in a steel cage match. Stratus landed victory in the first match between the stars via DQ, before the Hall of Famer broke her nose at the Money in the Bank ladder match.

Lynch gained the rematch after beating Zoey Stark. It should be an entertaining match between these stars, but it is incredibly difficult to overlook Lynch landing the win.


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Seth Rollins vs Shinsuke Nakamura

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The World Heavyweight Championship will be on the line at Payback, as Seth Rollins defends the gold against Shinsuke Nakamura. The latter turned heel on Raw following a six-man tag match by attacking Rollins. The Japanese star later claimed that he did that to earn a title showdown against Rollins.

The challenge was accepted by the champion. This should be an entertaining match between two talented stars, but the preference remains for Rollins. However, all eyes will be on a potential cash-in, with Damien Priest still holding the Money In The Bank contract.


Rhea Ripley vs Raquel Rodriguez

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The Raw Women’s Championship will be on the line at Payback, as Rhea Ripley defends the gold against Raquel Rodriguez. Their rivalry began after Ripley cost Rodriguez and Liv Morgan the tag team titles in July.

The beatdown left the challenger with a knee injury, but she returned in August to attack the women’s champion, setting up this showdown. However, we would be surprised if Ripley drops the title on Saturday.


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