WWE Money in the Bank Odds for Sunday’s PPV

WWE Money in the Bank Odds For Sunday’s PPV – The World Wrestling Entertainment group hits us this Sunday, June 18th, with their latest PPV called “Money in the Bank.”

The main event sees the WWE title in play between Jinder Mahal and Randy Orton. This latest run for Mahal has come with a major but unexpected push, but Mahal has performed well. Here, he is poised to remain champion after a series of matches with Orton, who has held the belt over a dozen times. Orton losing to Mahal is a sign the WWE is behind their Indian star.

The “Money in the Bank” matches see multiple participants fight and use ladders to try and climb to get the briefcase hanging over the ring. Grabbing the case means getting what is inside, which is an open contract for a WWE title fight at the time of the holder’s choosing. In other words, you can invoke a title fight anytime you want and the WWE title has traditionally changed hands a lot with this format. This year, the WWE is introducing a ladies “Money in the Bank” match for the first time.

The main event is still the men’s “MITB” bout and this year’s field of six participants has a lot of new blood in it, as Baron Corbin, AJ Styles, Shinsuke Nakamura, Sami Zayn and Kevin Owens all have less than three years on the main WWE roster. Only Dolph Ziggler has been around for a long time and he has no shot at winning it this time around. Currently the odds on favorite to win it is Baron Corbin, the rampaging “Lone Wolf,” who has been very violent since he arrived on the big stage. Below are the odds for Sunday’s event.

 

WWE Money in the Bank Odds For Sunday’s PPV

Jinder Mahal vs Randy Orton – WWE Championship
Jinder Mahal (end of broadcast ruling) -510
Randy Orton (end of broadcast ruling) +340

Kevin Owens vs AJ Styles vs Baron Corbin vs Sami Zayn vs Dolph Ziggler vs Shinsuke Nakamura – Money in the Bank Ladder Match – WWE Championship
Baron Corbin wins Money in the Bank -215
Field wins Money in the Bank +165

Shinsuke Nakamura wins Money in the Bank +420
Field wins Money in the Bank -650

Sami Zayn wins Money in the Bank +750
Field wins Money in the Bank -1580

Kevin Owens wins Money in the Bank +1200
Field wins Money in the Bank -2600

AJ Styles wins Money in the Bank +1250
Field wins Money in the Bank -2750

Dolph Ziggler wins Money in the Bank +3500
Field wins Money in the Bank -13500

The Usos vs The New Day – Tag Team Match – WWE SmackDown Tag Team Championship
The Usos (end of broadcast ruling) -120
The New Day (end of broadcast ruling) -120

Becky Lynch vs Charlotte Flair vs Natalya vs Tamina vs Carmella – Money in the Bank Ladder Match – WWE SmackDown Women’s Championship
Carmella wins Money in the Bank -175
Field wins Money in the Bank +135

Natalya wins Money in the Bank +400
Field wins Money in the Bank -600

Becky Lynch wins Money in the Bank +500
Field wins Money in the Bank -900

Charlotte Flair wins Money in the Bank +660
Field wins Money in the Bank -1380

Tamina wins Money in the Bank +3500
Field wins Money in the Bank -13500

Naomi vs Lana – WWE SmackDown Women’s Championship
Naomi (end of broadcast ruling) -180
Lana (end of broadcast ruling) +140

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Miguel Iturrate started in the MMA business in the crazy early days of the mid-nineties. He has match-made more than 100 MMA events in Japan, Brazil, Russia and all over the United States, and played an integral role in MMA’s early modern history. Through Hook 'n' Shoot, Florida’s AFC, the Euphoria shows and bodogfight, Iturrate has left an indelible mark on MMA history. He can also lay claim to a record that not even the UFC can by contracting 36 fights in three days.

About Miguel Iturrate

Miguel Iturrate started in the MMA business in the crazy early days of the mid-nineties. He has match-made more than 100 MMA events in Japan, Brazil, Russia and all over the United States, and played an integral role in MMA’s early modern history. Through Hook 'n' Shoot, Florida’s AFC, the Euphoria shows and bodogfight, Iturrate has left an indelible mark on MMA history. He can also lay claim to a record that not even the UFC can by contracting 36 fights in three days.

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