Together with Elimination Chamber a couple of hours off, the betting odds have settled and are not expected to change significantly based on historical trends, even though the odds remain available even throughout the event, usually until right before the person matches themselves have begun. Due to our friends at Bet Wrestling for sending us the following:
These odds suggest that all current champions will retain their titles, such as Daniel Bryan being favored by -570 to hold onto the WWE Championship against 5 challengers in the room and Smackdown Tag Team Champions, Shane McMahon & The Miz, being able to overcome The Usos.
The handicap game sees Bobby Lashley defending the Intercontinental Championship successfully with partner and director Lio Rush as both wrestle Finn Balor. The chances are shut with Lashley and Rush preferred at -140 for its last judgment, earlier in the week Balor was a minor favorite so these odds have flipped. Buddy Murphy has powerful odds defending the Cruiserweight Championship against Akira Tozawa.
Something interesting is happening with the Women’s Championship concerning the”first ruling” and”end of broadcast ruling” variance. Ronda Rousey is preferred to successfully keep against Ruby Riott in the two sets of odds, however the difference of -4500 for its very first result in contrast to -2000 line for the last outcome is definitely worth noting. Also of interest, Rousey’s Wrestlemania competition, Charlotte will be at ringside for this match, therefore a”Dusty Finish” may be in the works.
Bayley and Sasha Banks are favored to win the first ever WWE Women’s Tag Team Championship inside the room with 5 other groups with Nia Jax and Tamina being the second most likely to win, followed by The Riott Squad, all teams from Raw. The 3 Smackdown teams are the least inclined to become the winners with Naomi & Carmella with the worst odds. In a No DQ match, Braun Strowman is preferred to defeat Baron Corbin.
Below are the odds for tonight’s show. Make Sure You join us tonight for our live coverage of this event
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