Full betting odds for Money In The Bank 2021

It’s pay-per-view Sunday…and we have fans again! The Dickies Arena is sold out with just under 10,000 fans packing the arena waiting to see who will walk out with the briefcases.

We are bringing you the latest betting odds for the Money In The Bank PPV card but remember, odds might change by the time the show goes on the air so always do your homework and check the latest odds with the service you’re using before splashing any of your money.

In the Universal title match, Roman Reigns remains the clear favorite to retain the title with his odds at 1/10 while Hall of Famer Edge is 5/1 to win his first title in a decade.

The odds are looking even better for WWE champion Bobby Lashley in his match against Kofi Kingston. Lashley is at 1/16 to keep the title while former champ himself Kingston is at 6/1 for the upset.

There will be two MITB ladder matches, one for the men and one for the women. Unlike last year, when both matches took place at the same time, these will be separate and have more participants.

Big E is currently the favorite to win the men’s match with his odds at 13/25. Matt Riddle is second, but not close, with 7/2 odds while the rest are far off. Seth Rollins is 5/1, Drew McIntyre is at 8/1, Kevin Owens is at 14/1, Shinsuke Nakamura has odds of 20/1, Ricochet at 25/1, and John Morrison is 33/1.

Liv Morgan is the favorite to grab the briefcase in the women’s match, with her odds at 1/1. Alexa Bliss is behind her at 2/1 and Nikki ASH is at 11/2. Last year’s winner, Asuka, is 13/2 and so is Naomi while Zelina Vega is 19/2 and the Women’s Tag Team champions Natalya and Tamina are both at 25/1.

The Raw Women’s title will be on the line with Rhea Ripley defending her gold against Charlotte Flair. Bookies are undecided on this one with both of them carrying 17/20 odds and no clear favorite yet.

AJ Styles and Omos will be putting the Raw Tag Team titles on the line against the Viking Raiders. Styles and Omos are 1/10 favorites to retain while the Viking Raiders are 5/1.

And in the Kickoff match, Rey and Dominik Mysterio are favorites at 1/2 to retain their Smackdown Tag Team titles against The Usos who are 7/5 to win.

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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