WWE NEWS WWE SummerSlam betting odds appear to show that they have cracked down on leaks

Posted 2 years ago by Patrick Munuve | posted in Uncategorized | Post RSS 2.0

Taking a look at the game day betting odds for Summerslam and the way they moved since the initial lines became available globally suggest that not only are inner leaks within the WWE non-existent, but the eventual results are far less predictable than everbefore. The current odds are closer than we’re utilized to viewing. This ought to make for a more interesting product overall and hopefully this will become the trend moving forward.
The Universal Championship game is hard to call, and while Roman Reigns is favored to defeat Brock Lesnar, he is only favored at -160. Reigns had been more heavily preferred at -300 in the start of the prior week so the lines have transfers in Lesnar’s favor ever since that time. In the previous few encounters between these two, Brock has conquer underdog odds in each instance. The Women’s Championship tells a similar story with Ronda Rousey’s favorable odds of -420 being downgraded to -300 contrary to the winner Alexa Bliss.
Two title matches on the Smackdown side are anomalies compared to the rest of the card together with the winners seeing their chances increase significantly. WWE Champions AJ Styles was only preferred at -160 which has risen to -460 protecting against Samoa Joe. United States Champion Shinsuke Nakamura was preferred at -265 and has seen an upgrade to -530 in a title defense against Jeff Hardy. Nakamura gets the best odds from anyone competing in Summerslam.
The Smackdown Women’s Championship Triple Threat match has seen little movement in the gambling odds. Both winner Carmella and challenger Becky Lynch have observed their odds slightly become more favorable at the cost of Charlotte Flair’s probability of winning. The Intercontinental Championship match has flipped altogether but is now nearer. Champion Dolph Ziggler was previously an underdog in +205 but is currently the favored at -125. The challenger Seth Rollins is listed at -115, so both have favorable odds which usually means the sports book cannot call it.
Looking at matches for both Raw and Smackdown Tag Team Championships, Smackdown Champs The Bludgeon Brothers have not seen any movement at all and have always been listed at -140 favorites. The challengers, The New Day stay at +100, an even bet. The Champs, the B Group, are preferred at -290 defending from The Revival. This is a newly listed match that weren’t a part of the first set of chances. Another game added sees Andrade Cien Almas and Zelina Vega preferred at -290 to be victorious over Rusev and Lana.
The Cruiserweight Championship saw both rivals with stalemate chances of -120, but the winner, Cedric Alexander, has emerged as a -155 favorite with challenger Drew Gulak a +115 underdog. Originally favored at -300 to keep the Money in the Bank briefcase, Braun Strowman has seen his odds become more beneficial at -260. This means while still an underdog, Kevin Owens has better probability than initially.
Finn Balor’s chances have improved to conquer Baron Corbin and The Miz is now the definitive favorite to conquer Daniel Bryan in a game with the better part of a decade of construct. All odds are subject to”end of broadcast” grading to account for a possible”Dusty End”. First result are accessible as well but do not differ match from the end of broadcast lines.

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