If bookies are correct, all those who are currently champions will walk out of the American Airlines Center at Great Balls of Fire still champions tonight as odds all favor the reigning champions. Odds could, and are most likely to change by the time the pay-per-view starts at 8PM EST.
If you are going to place any bets, be careful when and where to place bets and make sure you read bookmakers reviews first.
As reported yesterday, Brock Lesnar remains the clear favorite to win his match against Samoa Joe and retain the WWE Universal title. Lesnar is at 1/12 while the odds for Joe are at 6/1. Some websites are even offering method of win, as in pinfall or submission, how many F5s or suplexes Lesnar will deliver, and match duration.
In other title matches, Alexa Bliss is at 1/9 to retain the title and Sasha Banks is at 5/1 for the upset. Sheamus and Cesaro are also favorites to retain the Raw Tag Team titles with odds at 1/12 while The Hardy Boyz are at 6/1. These are the same odds like the Lesnar/Joe match. The Miz is at 1/10 to retain the Intercontinental title while Dean Ambrose is at 11/2.
In the ambulance match, Braun Strowman is 1/8 favorite and Roman Reigns seems like he’s going to take a ride with odds at 9/2 against him. Perhaps a surprise, Enzo Amore is a favorite at 7/1 to win and Big Cass is at a far 1/14. And lastly, former WWE champion Bray Wyatt is at 1/6 for the win while Seth Rollins is at 7/2. Interestingly enough, there are no odds offered for the Cruiserweight title match between Neville and Akira Tozawa which is part of the Kickoff show.
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