Full betting odds for the 2019 Money In The Bank pay-per-view

The time has almost come to have new Mr and Ms Money In The Bank and in just a few hours, two individuals will have to carry another piece to their carry on luggage whenever they travel: the briefcase!

Today we check out all the odds for all the matches which are scheduled for tonight’s pay-per-view. Keep in mind that odds are most likely to change as the event gets closer to bell time.

In the men’s MITB ladder match, Drew McIntyre remains the favorite to win the match and the contract. McIntyre’s odds are of 8/13 and Andrade and Sami Zayn are next one in line both with odds of 4/1. Baron Corbin is at 18/1 to win, while Balor, Ali, and Ricochet are at 25/1. Randy Orton is at a distant 33/1 for the upset.

Mandy Rose remains the top pick for oddsmakers with her odds at 5/4 to win. Bayley is second with 5/2, and Ember Moon is at 11/2. Dana Brooke and Nikki Cross are 10/1, Naomi and Natalya are at 16/1, and Carmella is at 20/1 for the upset.

In the men’s top two title matches, Seth Rollins looks like he is favorite to retain the title with odds at 1/4 over AJ Styles who is at 11/4 and Kofi Kingston is also the pick to retain the WWE title with 2/5 odds over Kevin Owens who is at 7/4.

Becky Lynch is pulling double duty tonight, defending both titles in two different matches. In the first match, she’s at 1/4 favorite over Lacey Evans who is at 11/4, and in the second match, Lynch is 4/6 favorite over Charlotte Flair who is at 11/10. Looks like Becky2Belts will live on past tonight.

In the other two title matches, Samoa Joe is 1/2 favorite to retain the United States title over Rey Mysterio who is at 6/4 and Tony Nese is the overwhelming favorite at 1/7 to keep the Cruiserweight title against Ariya Daivari who is at 4/1.

The steel cage match between The Miz and Shane McMahon has The Miz at 1/4 over Shane McMahon at 11/4 and Roman Reigns is 2/5 to win over Elias who is at 7/4. In the Kickoff match, Daniel Bryan and Rowan are also favorites at 4/9 against The Usos who are at 13/8.

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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