It’s pay-per-view Sunday which means we have betting odds to present to you this time as well. The main card contains seven matches and one Kickoff match, which is fairly odd for a WWE show to have such a few matches. But the two Hell In A Cell matches will probably get more time than usual which explains the low number of matches on the card.
PPV odds are most likely to change throughout the day leading up to bell time and probably even while the show is ongoing. Check out websites such as BetNow Sportsbook for the latest information and as always, be careful when you bet with real money!
The main event with Roman Reigns vs Braun Strowman and Mick Foley as the special guest referee inside the Hell In A Cell sees Reigns still the favorite to win and retain the title. His odds are at 1/4 while Strowman is at 11/4. Strowman is cashing-in his Money In The Bank briefcase so he might join a small list of Superstars who failed with their cash-in after winning the briefcase.
The WWE title, currently held by AJ Styles, is also looking likely to be staying with the champ as Styles has odds of 8/15 to win while Samoa Joe is at 11/8. This is their second match in a row on pay-per-view for the title.
Ronda Rousey will be defending the Raw Women’s title for the first time tonight against the woman she beat last month to get the gold. Rousey is obviously odds-on-favorite for this match with her numbers at 1/8 while Alexa Bliss is far away at 9/2.
Charlotte Flair is also the favorite to retain the Smackdown Women’s title tonight with her odds at 4/7 and Becky Lynch is at 5/4 to regain the title.
Jeff Hardy will participate in his first-ever Hell In A Cell match against Randy Orton and the daredevil already said he’s going to make this one memorable! Despite this, Hardy is the underdog going in, with odds at 7/4 while Randy Orton is favorite at 2/5.
In the mixed tag team match, the husband and wife team of Daniel Bryan and Brie Bella are the favs at 1/2 to defeat the other husband and wife team of The Miz and Maryse who are at 6/4 for the victory.
The Raw Tag Team titles held by Dolph Ziggler and Drew McIntyre will be on the line as well and it’s looking good for the champs as they are 4/6 favorites while The Shield members Seth Rollins and Dean Ambrose are 11/10 to win the titles.
And in the Kickoff match, The New Day are 1/3 favorites to retain the Smackdown Tag Team titles while Rusev and Aiden English trail at 9/4 for the upset.
As you can see from the odds, all champions are favorites to retain their respective titles. Will that really happen, or will someone pull the upset?
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