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Full betting odds for tonight’s Money In The Bank 2018 pay-per-view

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With 10 matches on the card, tonight’s Money In The Bank pay-per-view offers a lot of possibilities for betting and this show is typically a fan favorite due to the two ladder matches.

The big question will be if there will be a cash-in on the same pay-per-view. While the scenario is not new, we never had two briefcases being cashed in on the same night, and odds of that happening are currently at 12/1. Several bookmakers and companies like NetBet Sport offer different odds and specials.

The situation remains unchanged from yesterday when it comes to the predicted winner of the men’s MITB ladder match. The Miz remains in pole position with odds of 5/6, followed by Braun Strowman at 7/2, and Samoa Joe in third at 4/1. Big E is at 11/2 and so is Kevin Owens. Finn Balor is at 13/2, Rusev at 10/1, Bobby Roode at 20/1, and the other two New Day members, Kofi Kingston and Xavier Woods, both at 66/1. Only one of The New Day will be in this match.

Natalya, the favorite in yesterday’s odds, remains the same with odds at 1/1 for her to win the women’s MITB match. Alexa Bliss and Becky Lynch are at 7/2 while Sasha Banks is at 4/1. Charlotte Flair has odds of 5/1 while Ember Moon is at 8/1, Lana at 10/1, and Naomi is last with odds of 40/1.

In the WWE title match, Shinsuke Nakamura is the slight favorite with odds of 8/11 to win the match and the title while AJ Styles is at 1/1 to retain. Seth Rollins is favorite to retain the Intercontinental title with odds of 30/100 while Elias walks with 12/5 odds. Ronda Rousey is at 1/3 to win the match, but not necessarily the Raw Women’s title and her opponent Nia Jax is at 9/4 to retain. Carmella has 4/6 odds to retain the Smackdown Women’s title and is the favorite versus Asuka who has 11/10 odds. The Bludgeon Brothers have odds of 1/6 to retain the Smackdown Tag Team titles while Luke Gallows and Karl Anderson are at 7/2.

In the other non-title matches, Big Cass and Daniel Bryan are both at 5/6, Roman Reigns is 2/9 favorite over Jinder Mahal who is at 3/1, and Bobby Lashley is the overwhelming favorite at 1/11 while Sami Zayn is at 6/1.

Odds will most likely change as the day progresses and the event gets closer to bell time. Please bet responsibly.

Colin Vassallo has been editor of Wrestling-Online since 1996. He is born and raised in Malta, follows professional wrestling and MMA, loves to travel, and is a big Apple fan!