The latest WWE rumors going around suggest all of the Survivor Series 2016 results spoilers are being given away thanks to recent odds for the winners. It could make for some interesting shifts in the WWE landscape as certain superstars will find their way into new feuds and storylines on the road to WrestleMania 33. A recent warning from The Undertaker, as well as some stipulations attached to the Survivor Series matches, will certainly shake things up if these odds prove to be correct in determining the winners.
The latest betting odds for the matches are discussed via WWE Leaks ahead of the upcoming pay-per-view, as many of the winners appear to be obvious in the upcoming event. As has been mentioned for a few weeks now, Brock Lesnar appears to be on track to get the rematch victory over the returning Bill Goldberg. “The Beast” is currently a 1-5 favorite, while Goldberg is listed as a 3-1 underdog. There has been speculation that despite coming up on the losing side, Goldberg will get a “big send-off” with the loss, and probably get a Hall of Fame induction next year during WrestleMania weekend.
There are three traditional Survivor Series matches on the card with Raw vs. SmackDown teams competing for bragging rights. In the case of the men’s singles team match, Team SmackDown also was warned this past week by The Undertaker about losing the match. Right now, Team Raw is considered the favorites to win the match with odds of 18-25, while SmackDown is at even odds to win. The rumors here are that either AJ Styles or Randy Orton will somehow be the party to cost the win for Team SmackDown, setting up a match against Undertaker in the future.
According to the betting odds listed at the Paddy Power website, two new champions will emerge from the pay-per-view. Sami Zayn is a 3-10 favorite to defeat The Miz (9-4) for the Intercontinental Championship. That would mean Zayn brings the title over to the Raw brand. In the other match, Kalisto is a 1-4 favorite to take the Cruiserweight championship from Brian Kendrick (5-2). That would also mean that Kendrick and the Cruiserweight division migrates from Raw to SmackDown.
There are two other traditional Survivor Series matchups. One involves the women’s singles teams. The other involves tag teams from Raw and SmackDown. The Raw women’s team has odds of 8-11 to win, while SmackDown has even odds. In the tag team bout, Team Raw is once again the favorite with odds of 4-11, while the SmackDown team is at 15-8 odds to win. With that said, those two matches probably won’t both go the way of Team Raw, especially if the men’s singles team results in a major loss for Team SmackDown.
There are plenty of other interesting betting odds available. including who will start out the match for each team, as well as who will be a surviving member. Roman Reigns leads all members of Team Raw for “last man standing” at 5-4 odds, followed by Kevin Owens at 15-8, and Seth Rollins at 5-1. Sasha Banks leads all women for Team Raw as the last woman standing with odds of 5-4. As for the last tag team standing, if it’s Team Raw that wins, New Day has the best odds to be there. If it’s Team SmackDown, betting odds indicate American Alpha will be standing tall.
The Survivor Series 2016 pay-per-view arrives on Sunday evening from Toronto, Canada. As mentioned, these matches will certainly shift things in terms of which superstars appear on which TV shows, but also prepares fans for the upcoming Royal Rumble, and of course, WrestleMania 33. Both pay-per-views will be two of the biggest for WWE in the first half of 2017, so expect Survivor Series to set the stage.
WWE fans, do you feel the WWE rumors will prove true with Brock Lesnar getting a win and Team Raw winning the men’s singles match? Will there also be two new champions as of the Survivor Series pay-per-view?
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