It was a few weeks ago that the first betting odds for WWE SummerSlam came out, but that was just when one match was announced — Brock Lesnar vs. The Undertaker. Now there is a full card of 10 matches for this Sunday’s big event, and the betting odds have been updated for all of the new matches.
IDigitalTimes made a valid point that the huge “Winner Take All” match between John Cena and Seth Rollins would typically see the most betting action. This time around, it’s going to be Lesnar vs. Undertaker, but there are still plenty of bets to make.
Chances are that a prop bet will be created before Sunday for the rumored huge swerve that may take place after the WWE Title match.
Update: There is now a bet in place that Sheamus cashes in his Money In The Bank briefcase.
- 4/6 – NO
- 11/10 – YES
BET Wrestling has revealed the latest betting odds for SummerSlam, and they are in place for all 10 matches. These are the most current odds as of Thursday afternoon, but there could be some changes before the -pay-per-view begins on Sunday night.
The Undertaker is still favored at -185 to defeat Brock Lesnar +145 in what will likely be the main event.
The lines for the WWE Tag Team Title 4-Way match are The New Day +100, Prime Time Players +105, Lucha Dragons +500, and Los Matadores +1,200.
Ryback -310 is the favorite to win the WWE Intercontinental Title match against both Big Show and The Miz at +230.
Rusev +125 is favored to defeat Dolph Ziggler -165.
The Wyatt Family (Bray Wyatt & Luke Harper) -125 have a very slight advantage in their match against Dean Ambrose and Roman Reigns -115.
Kevin Owens -190 is favored to pick up the win over Cesaro +150.
Stephen Amell and Neville -900 are huge favorites to win their tag team match against Stardust and King Barrett.
PCB -105 has a slight advantage over Team Bella and Team BAD both at -135 in the 9-Divas Elimination Tag match. One thing to remember is that it’s not single elimination rules. Once a diva is pinned, her entire team is eliminated.
According to the International Business Times, Sheamus is the biggest favorite on the event card with Randy Orton at 7/2 while the Irishman is 1/6.
WWE SummerSlam is going to be four hours this Sunday, as it was just too big with too much going on to contain it all in three. The betting odds are in place and may change some before the start, but don’t expect a lot of movement.
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