Together with Elimination Chamber a few hours away, the gambling odds have settled and are not expected to alter significantly based on historical trends, although the chances remain available even during the event, generally until right before the individual matches themselves have started. Thanks to our buddies at Bet Wrestling for sending us the following:
These chances suggest that all recent champions will retain their names, including Daniel Bryan being preferred at -570 to hold onto the WWE Championship against 5 challengers from the chamber and Smackdown Tag Team Champions, Shane McMahon & The Miz, being able to overcome The Usos.
The handicap match sees Bobby Lashley defending the Intercontinental Championship successfully together with spouse and manager Lio Rush as both wrestle Finn Balor. The odds are close with Lashley and Hurry favored at -140 for the last judgment, earlier in the week Balor was a slight favorite so these odds have flipped. Buddy Murphy has powerful odds protecting the Cruiserweight Championship against Akira Tozawa.
Something interesting is happening with the Women’s Championship concerning the »initial ruling » and »end of broadcast judgment » variance. Ronda Rousey is preferred to successfully keep against Ruby Riott in the two sets of chances, however the difference of -4500 for the very first result compared to -2000 line for the last outcome is definitely worth noting. Also of interest, Rousey’s Wrestlemania opponent, Charlotte will probably be at ringside for this match, so a »Dusty Finish » could be in the works.
Bayley and Sasha Banks are favored to win the first ever WWE Women’s Tag Team Championship inside the room with 5 other teams with Nia Jax and Tamina being the next most likely to win, followed by The Riott Squad, all teams from Raw. The 3 Smackdown teams are the least inclined to become the winners with Naomi & Carmella with the worst possibility. At a No DQ match, Braun Strowman is favored to defeat Baron Corbin.
Below are the odds for tonight’s show. Be sure to join us tonight for our live coverage of the event