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Full betting odds for tonight’s TLC 2018 pay-per-view

With a few hours away from the TLC pay-per-view, we take a look at the latest odds of all the 12 matches. Please note that odds are most likely to change as bell time gets closer.

WWE champion Daniel Bryan remains the favorite to walk out of TLC still with the gold around his waist as he is 2/9 to retain while Styles is at 3/1 to win.

Ronda Rousey’s odds to win continued to get bigger as she is now 1/12 to keep the Raw Women’s title and Nia Jax slipped to 13/2 for the big upset. Meanwhile over at the Smackdown Women’s TLC title match, both Becky Lynch and Asuka have the same 11/8 odds to win while Charlotte Flair slipped to 11/4.

Dean Ambrose is favorite to win the Intercontinental title with odds at 1/2 while the champ Seth Rollins is at 6/4 to retain. Smackdown Tag Team champions The Bar are 13/8 to win and not the favorites as The Usos are now 1/1 to regain the titles while The New Day are at 10/30. In the last title match of the night, Buddy Murphy is 2/5 to retain the Cruiserweight title over Cedric Alexander who is 7/4.

Braun Strowman is 1/3 to defeat Baron Corbin in their TLC match. Corbin is at 9/4 to retain his Raw GM job. Drew McIntyre is 1/6 against Finn Balor who is at a distant 7/2. The ladder match between Lashley and Elias has Lashley the favorite at 8/15 while Elias is at 11/8. Natalya is at 1/4 favorite to defeat Ruby Riott who is at 11/4, Randy Orton is 1/2 favorite against Rey Mysterio who is 6/4, and in the Mixed Match Challenge final, R-Truth and Carmella look like they are bookies’ favorites with 2/5 to win the tournament while Jinder Mahal and Alicia Fox are at 7/4.

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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