WWE News: Latest Odds For ‘Money In The Bank’ — Who Will Be The Next ‘Mr. Money In The Bank’?

WWE’s Money in the Bank pay-per-view is set to take place tonight on the WWE Network, and while the event is generally one of the most exciting and most anticipated events WWE has all year, this year’s event seems to be lacking both excitement and anticipation as most people are expecting it to be a very predictable show.

The latest odds for tonight’s Money in the Bank show are seconding the fans’ predictions since the full card was announced, but there have been times where WWE changes the finish to certain matches to go against the odds and surprise people, and they could very well do that on tonight’s show.

Starting off with the Money in the Bank ladder match, it appears that the odds haven’t changed and the plan is staying the same, which means Roman Reigns will likely walk out of the match with the Money in the Bank briefcase. Reigns is a giant favorite in the ladder match, coming in at -420, whereas the rest of the field in the ladder match is at +300.

Nikki Bella is set to defend her Divas Championship against Paige, and according to the odds, Nikki Bella will be walking out of Money in the Bank with the Divas Title. Nikki is the favorite at -180, and Paige is the underdog at +140. Also, the plan is for Nikki Bella to break AJ Lee’s record as the longest reigning WWE Divas Champion of all-time. She’s about 90 days away from doing so.

Unsurprisingly, The New Day are the favorites to retain their Tag Team Titles by defeating the Prime Time Players. WWE really loves what The New Day has been doing as of late, and with Cesaro and Tyson Kidd being disbanded for the time being due to Kidd’s injury, The New Day likely won’t be losing their Tag Titles any time soon. The New Day are strong favorites at -350 and the Prime Time Players are the underdogs at +250.

Ryback is by far the biggest favorite of the night. “The Big Guy” is set to defend his newly won Intercontinental Championship against the Big Show tonight. Apparently, after Ryback successfully defends his title, he’ll restart his feud with Bray Wyatt, who beat him back at WWE Payback. Ryback is favored at -900, and the Big Show is a massive underdog at +500.

John Cena is a slight favorite to defeat Kevin Owens, which is probably due to the fact that it’s well-known the creative team knows that Owens should defeat Cena, but they may not be able to convince Vince McMahon to let Cena lose twice in a row to the NXT Champion. Cena is favored at -160, and Owens is the underdog at +120.

Lastly, the main event, where Seth Rollins is the second biggest favorite of the night at -560. There is some speculation that he may not end up walking out of Money in the Bank as the WWE Champion. Most people are predicting that Roman Reigns will cash-in his Money in the Bank contract and walk out as the new WWE World Heavyweight Champion.

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