Possible WWE Hell in a Cell 2017 results spoilers may have been revealed through recent odds for the match winners. With each pay-per-view event that WWE has, there are sportsbooks that list betting odds leading up to the big event. WWE’s Hell in a Cell PPV is no different, as there are sportsbooks which are suggesting which superstars will be the big winners this Sunday. So, will there be a major championship change on the SmackDown Live roster for the WWE tag team titles, United States title, or World Championship? Here are the latest details on which superstars are potential winners at the event.
Based on the betting odds updated at the WWE Leaks website on Saturday, it seems like there are some possibilities. In particular, WWE SmackDown Live tag team title match is currently looking like both teams have similar 5-6 odds to win the match this coming Sunday. The Usos are currently holding the belts, but will put them on the line against the New Day inside the Hell in a Cell structure. These two teams have been involved in a great back-and-forth feud over the past months which may culminate with the results on Sunday. Fans are hoping for a close matchup that possible steals the show.
Another match involving a championship on the line has “The Phenomenal” AJ Styles defending the WWE United States Championship against “The Lone Wolf” Baron Corbin. As of Saturday, the odds for both superstars in this match were also at 5-6 each. That could indicate some betting action on Corbin, which may shift back in favor of Styles. Or it could indicate that Corbin could possibly win the match.
The bigger championship is the one currently held by Jinder Mahal. He’ll defend the WWE Championship against his latest rival, Shinsuke Nakamura, at the Hell in a Cell pay-per-view. Unfortunately for fans of “The King of Strong Style,” he’s currently listed as 13-8 underdog in the latest championship bout. His opponent, Jinder Mahal, is considered the favorite to retain at odds of 4-9, which seems in line with recent WWE rumors.
With all of that said, WWE betting odds can move quickly. Many times the WWE pay-per-view betting odds will shift in favor of the match winners several hours ahead of the event. Fans who want a better picture of who the winners and losers will be at Sunday’s event may want to check out the Paddy Power Irish sportsbook, or 5Dimes online sportsbook a few hours ahead of the PPV. This could give a clearer idea of the possible Hell in a Cell 2017 results.
The WWE Hell in a Cell 2017 pay-per-view takes place on Sunday evening with the main show scheduled for 8 p.m. Eastern Time on WWE Network and available through select cable television providers. Official match results should be available to most fans online as of 11 p.m. Eastern Time.
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