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Early betting odds for Extreme Rules 2021 top matches

WWE is back on pay-per-view tonight with Extreme Rules, a show which despite its name, only has one gimmick match. We will take a look at the betting odds for the top three matches of the card today and then as the show gets closer, we will update the latest odds for the full card.

The Universal title will be defended in an extreme rules match, basically a no disqualification, anything goes match. Roman Reigns, the defending champion, is 1/16 the overwhelming favorite to win this match while challenger Finn Balor is 6/1 for the big upset.

The Man Becky Lynch will put her Smackdown Women’s title on the line against Bianca Belair and Belair will hope this time around she will last longer than the 26 seconds from SummerSlam. Lynch remains the favorite at 2/13 while Belair is 7/2 to regain the title.

And in the Raw Women’s title match, Charlotte Flair will defend against Alexa Bliss. Flair is currently favorite to win and walk out with the title with her odds at 11/25 while Bliss is 8/5 to win.

Interesting to note is that the WWE title is not being defended tonight, at least it is not officially on the card.

Colin Vassallo
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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!

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