The WWE TLC: Tables, Ladders, & Chairs 2017 spoiler results for match winners this Sunday may have been recently revealed. The big pay-per-view is set to go down this weekend from none other than Minneapolis, Minnesota, and the card features multiple championships, as well as other feud matches on the card. As with most other WWE pay-per-view events, there are odds for who will win each of the matches on the card. That’s the case again with TLC 2017, giving possible rumors about who the match winners will be on Sunday.
According to WWE Leaks, match betting odds were released as of Thursday from at least one popular sportsbook. The website notes that five markets were added to Paddy Power, an Irish sportsbook. They include several of the undercard matchups. For example, Sasha Banks is considered a 4 to 9 favorite to defeat Alicia Fox while Asuka is a large 1 to 6 favorite to win her main roster debut match against Emma, who is a 7 to 2 underdog. Another “throwaway match” of sorts involves a Cruiserweight tag team bout. The team of Brian Kendrick and Jack Gallagher are 4 to 6 favorites while Rich Swann and Cedric Alexander come in as 11 to 10 underdogs.
Bray Wyatt and Finn Balor’s match odds have also been released on the sportsbook. However, this match will feature Wyatt as his new persona, “Sister Abigail” and Balor as “The Demon.” Currently, Sister Abigail has odds of 8 to 11 while The Demon has “even” odds, making this a close fight. The last time they fought was at No Mercy where Wyatt challenged Balor to fight without using his “Demon” persona. Balor won that match, as well as their meeting at SummerSlam, where he did bring out the Demon.
One championship match was also added as part of the latest betting markets. The current WWE Raw Women’s Champion Alexa Bliss will defend her title against veteran Mickie James. These two have been part of a feud over the weeks on Raw involving their age disparity. As they head into the matchup, Bliss has held the women’s championship since the Raw on August 28th for a reign of 50-plus days. She’ll also be the favorite to win and retain her title again, as she’s got odds of 4 to 11. The challenger Mickie James is a 17 to 10 underdog to win the title for her first-ever reign.
In addition to those newly-added betting options, Paddy Power has the odds for other major matches listed. Besides Alexa Bliss’ women’s title, there’s one other title match. Enzo Amore is currently a 4 to 7 favorite to win his WWE Cruiserweight title match against Kalisto (6 to 5). Also, as one might expect, The Shield (1 to 7) are expected to pick up the win at TLC: Tables, Ladders, & Chairs 2017 over the team of Braun Strowman, The Miz, Kane, Sheamus, and Cesaro (4 to 1).
With that said, if these odds all hold up, it would seem that one new champion will leave the pay-per-view on Sunday. As many fans know, the WWE Universal Championship won’t be defended, nor will the WWE Raw Tag Team titles or The Miz’s Intercontinental Championship. Will the latest Raw exclusive TLC: Tables, Ladders, & Chairs 2017 pay-per-view be able to deliver enough to interest the fans?
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