Full betting odds for tonight’s Money In The Bank 2022

WWE is back on Peacock and WWE Network tonight with the Money In The Bank premium live event live from beautiful Las Vegas at the MGM Grand Garden Arena.

Six matches are on tonight’s card, including the two ladder matches for the briefcase. Today we take a look at the betting odds for the whole card and remember, please bet responsibly if you’re using real money. These odds will probably change by the time the show goes on air and in the meantime, you can also look for no verification casinos accepting UK players.

The men’s MITB ladder match has Seth Rollins as the favorite right now, keeping his momentum from yesterday’s early odds. Rollins is 1/2 to win his second briefcase while Drew McIntyre is behind with 9/4 odds. Riddle and Sami Zayn are 15/4 while Omos is at 15/1, Sheamus at 22/1, and Madcap Moss at 25/1.

Becky Lynch has moved to the favorite spot in the women’s MITB ladder match and is now 4/5 for the win. This would be her first win in this match. Alexa Bliss and Liv Morgan are joint-second favorites with 11/4 odds while Lacey Evans is 9/2. Asuka, Raquel Rodriguez, and Shotzi are all 10/1 and unlikely winners.

In the Raw Women’s title match, Bianca Belair gets the Lesnar treatment, with massive odds in favor of her. Belair is 1/40 to retain the title while Carmella is 8/1 for the huge upset.

While not as strong as Belair in the odds, Ronda Rousey is also looking safe to be retaining the title tonight against Natalya. The Smackdown Women’s champion is 1/20 favorite to win while her Canadian opponent is 7/1.

The United States title will be defended on the show with Theory up against Bobby Lashley. The outcome of this match is undecided by the bookies as both men are at 17/20 in the odds and no clear winner.

The Usos and The Street Profits meet once again and this time is for the unified WWE Tag Team titles. The Bloodline members remain favorite with odds of 1/8 while Dawkins and Ford are 4/1.

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