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Betting on WWE: is it too predictable?

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The world’s largest wrestling organization is the WWE. More than 36 million people in over 150 countries watch the events each year. Often considered a sport, WWE is actually branded as sports entertainment and hosts more than 500 events annually. It is no longer a secret that WWE matches are planned ahead of time with exciting and dramatic stories. WWE continues to draw record crowds providing further evidence that this form of entertainment continues to be popular.

While the outcomes of WWE pay per views have been predetermined, this information is a closely guarded secret. Even so, many fans try to make predictions about what will occur after an event. Many have found that they have quite a skill at foretelling what will happen as WWE is very predictable. There are some people who point to this predictability as a negative aspect of the sport. Others assert that WWE isn’t met to be a sport in the first place but rather a form of entertainment providing justification for the storylines. There are many online websites that focus on these predictions. Bookmakers have also capitalized on this activity but also providing wagers about the outcomes. They even post betting odds on their online websites. Fans can place their money on what they think will happen in an event. Online or mobile casinos such as those available from cherryrush.com have also incorporated WWE into their games. Many slot machine games have been designed using a WWE theme. This can help attract wrestling fans that may enjoy playing while watching live WWE events to further add to the fun.

With so many fans found around the world, the popularity of WWE doesn’t appear to diminish anytime soon. Other industries are helping to promote WWE such as online casinos and sportsbooks. Will WWE continue to expand into other industries? Stay tuned to find out!

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