Sunday, 1 March 2015

Where To Bet On WWE WrestleMania 31

With World Wrestling Entertainment's next pay-per-view - WrestleMania XXXI - on the horizon, now is the time to start guessing which betting websites will have odds up for the marquee event.

As it's the biggest event on the WWE calendar, I'm expecting to see more sportsbooks than usual offering prices for the event.

In this post, I'm going to list a number of companies where I am sure markets for the event will be listed. I'll also point out websites that have published WrestleMania odds in the past with the hope that they'll return for this years event.

As I get a fair amount of visitors from the USA, I'm going to start with two companies that welcome customers from America. Unfortunately, the rest of the list will feature sportsbooks that are unable to accept clients who live in the US.



The 5Dimes Casino & Sportsbook (US Friendly)

Read BetOnWrestling.co.uk's 5Dimes Sportsbook Review

5Dimes has been offering WWE betting markets for many years, and I can guarantee that the firm will produce odds for the show.
The company is more often than not the first to have betting odds up for each PPV, so it should be the first place to look whenever you're on the hunt for WWE betting odds.
If they're up, you'll find them under 'Other Sports' on the sportsbook menu at 5Dimes.com

Bet at 5dimes 

Bovada (US Friendly)

Read BetOnWrestling.co.uk's Bovada Sportsbook Review

The Bovada Sportsbook publishes betting odds only for major events like WrestleMania, so I would not be surprised if the firm has prices up for WrestleMania XXXI in a few weeks.
The company last offered markets for WrestleMania XXX and did have some great odds compared to other websites.
Bovada allows custom from most US States.
If they're up, you'll find the WrestleMania markets under 'Other Sports' on the Bovada Sportsbook menu at Bovada.lv.

You can also follow this direct link to Bovada's Wrestling Page.

Paddy Power

Read BetOnWrestling.co.uk's Paddy Power Bookmakers Review

The Irish betting firm, PaddyPower.com, has been publishing betting odds for WWE super shows for many years. It's because of this I am certain we'll be able to bet on this year's WrestleMania with them.
When the odds are up, they can be found in the 'Sports Novelties' section of the website.

You can also check if they're up by following this link to Paddy Power's WWE Betting Page.

Sky Bet

Read BetOnWrestling.co.uk's Sky Bet Review

SkyBet.com is another website I am confident we'll see WrestleMania odds on when the time comes. The company has been offering its customers the opportunity to wager on pro wrestling for years and I don't think they'll stop when it's the biggest show of the year.

When they're up, you'll find WrestleMania markets under 'Wrestling' on the sportsbook menu.

You can also check by following this link to Sky Bet's Wrestling Page



William Hill

Read BetOnWrestling.co.uk's William Hill Bookmakers Review

William Hill is one of the oldest betting companies in the world and was the first to offer British punters wrestling betting way back in the early 2000s when the company chalked up prices for Royal Rumble and special bets where clients could punt on 'Which wrestler will be WWF Champion on December 31st?' of particular years.

The company has priced up odds for most of the PPVs that have taken place over the past year and have done so for both shows so far in 2015. I'm fairly sure there will be markets opened in time for WrestleMania week.

When they're up, you'll be able to find the markets in the 'TV/Specials' section of WilliamHill.com

Betfair Sportsbook

Read BetOnWrestling.co.uk's Betfair Sportsbook Review

The Betfair Sportsbook began taking bets on WWE events in time for last year's WrestleMania and has opened books on many shows ever since. The most recent pay-per-view Betfair published prices for was the Royal Rumble this past January.
Betfair's traders get a thumbs up from me as they think outside the box when it comes to their WWE markets. For last year's Mania, the company not only accepted wagers on the matches on the card. It also accepted prop bets where customers could punt on 'How many times Hulk Hogan says "Brother?", 'Will CM Punk make an appearance?' and more.

If they are published, you'll find WWE betting odds under 'USA' in the 'Special Bets' section of the Betfair.com Sportsbook.

Bodog (Canadian Friendly)

Read BetOnWrestling.co.uk's Bodog Sportsbook Review

The Bodog Sportsbook caters to a Canadian client-base. So, if you're based in that part of the world, you'll be able to wager on WrestleMania from that part of the world.
The company only tends to put up odds for WrestleMania, and there's no reason why I cannot see the firm doing so this year. In fact - just like Bovada - the website still has a 'Wrestling' link under its 'Other Sports' option on the sportsbook menu. However, this link is only clickable once the page has content.
If you are in Canada, I would recommend signing up here purely because last year's WrestleMania odds were the best in contrast to the other books that accepted Canadian visitors.

As noted, Bodog's 'Wrestling' odds can be found under 'Other Sports' on the Bodog.eu Website.


The Rest


Sporting Bet 


The last time Sporting Bet had WWE odds was for this year's Royal Rumble. With the company having published odds as recently as January - and having put up odds for last year's WrestleMania - it should be worth checking out the Sporting Bet Website nearer to the time. 

If up, SportingBet's WrestleMania lines will be found under 'Specials' at SportingBet.com

Coral Bookmakers


Coral hasn't published betting odds for a while. However, the company did have markets open for last year's WrestleMania. If they do become available, you'll find them in 'TV Specials' on the Non-Sports A-Z section of the Coral Sportsbook.

YouWin & UWin



YouWin.com and its Canadian-facing partner - UWin.com - are unlikely to promote WWE WrestleMania odds even though the firms had prices up for last year's show. I had been told by a customer service rep at YouWin that a decision was made not to do WWE betting anymore. Furthermore, as of late last year, YouWin no longer accepts bets from the UK.

Betfred


Betfred is another company that seems to have stopped accepting wagers on WWE. The firm had prices up for WrestleMania XXX, so there is always a slight chance that the company could have something up this year. The only thing working against this is the fact Betfred didn't have anything up for the Royal Rumble this year.

If they do become available, WWE odds will be published under 'TV Shows / Specials' at Betfred.com

Ladbrokes


Ladbrokes has been dipping its toes in and out of WWE betting the past year. The company had prices up for last year's WrestleMania and followed up with markets for some of the other shows on the WWE calendar. The only thing working against the hope that Ladbrokes publishes odds for WrestleMania 31 is the fact - like Betfred - there was nothing up for the Royal Rumble.

If Ladbrokes puts up WrestleMania odds, you'll be able to find them under 'Wrestling' on the sportsbook menu at Ladbrokes.com

I hope this post has been of some help in your hunt for WrestleMania odds. As per usual, I'll be constantly updating the blog when markets are opened up in the days or weeks* leading up to the event.

If this is your only visit, enjoy the show but - most importantly - good luck with your bets!

* Paddy Power and 5Dimes had WrestleMania XXX betting odds up 2 weeks before the show

Monday, 23 February 2015

Ambrose Loses

Dean Ambrose's loss via disqualification to Bad News Barrett at WWE Fast Lane was an upset from a betting perspective.

The former Shield member had entered the match as a -4,500 favourite at the 5Dimes Casino & Sportsbook. He also closed as a 1/10 shot with SkyBet.com.

Barrett's victory paid out on odds of +1,500 with 5Dimes and 11/2 with Sky Bet.

WWE Fast Lane Betting Favourites

Here are the WWE Fast Lane betting favourites ranked in order.

Rusev (-11,000)
Nikki Bella (-11,000)
Kidd & Cesaro (-11,000)
Roman Reigns (-11,000)
Dean Ambrose (-4,500)
Goldust (-4,500)
Rollins, Kane & Big Show (-1,500)

Bet at 5dimes

Six-Man Tag Betting Roles Flip Flop

The 5Dimes Sportsbook betting roles for tonight's six-man tag team match at WWE Fast Lane have flip-flopped.

In the most recent post, I noted that the price for Dolph Ziggler, Erick Rowan & Ryback had gone from -430 to -900, but I mentioned that it was a 'weak change'. My suspicions were founded as the trio have now become underdogs in the market.

They are now priced at +400, with Seth Rollins' team now chalked up at -600. They had been +500 at 11:20pm GMT.

Sunday, 22 February 2015

Fast Lane Smart Money Appears To Be In

It appears that the smart money has landed in almost all of the WWE Fast Lane betting markets at 5Dimes.com.

In no particular order, here's what I have noticed:


  • Nikki Bella is -11,000. She has been -2,000 twenty minutes earlier.
  • Rusev is also a -11,000 favourite. He had been -2,000 at 11pm GMT as well.
  • Dean Ambrose has stayed at around -1,700 since 10pm
  • Cesaro & Tyson Kidd are -11,000 having been -2,000 since 10pm
  • In what should be a big indicator that smart money has landed, Stardust has gone from being a -2,000 favourite to a +700 underdog. As a result, Goldust has moved from +1,000 to -1,500
  • The team of Dolph Ziggler, Erick Rowan and Ryback is now -900. They had been -430 at 11pm. It's a very weak change in comparison to the rest of the Fast Lane markets
The most important match of night is obviously the bout between Roman Reigns and Daniel Bryan to determine who will head into the main event of WrestleMania. Here's the best I can read from these prices:

- Roman Reigns has gone from -400 to -2,000 in the 'intial ruling' market. This indicates he will score the win
- Reigns is an -11,000 favourite in the 'end of broadcast' market, so he will be decided as the winner as the show goes off the air
- The 'Either fighter wins' that is opposing the 'No Contest' has gone from -227 to -1,425
- The 'Reigns/No Contest' double chance went from -3,275 to -12,625

All signs point to a Roman Reigns victory.

Bet at 5dimes

Strong Odds Changes In Most Fast Lane Markets

There have been some strong odds changes in some of the WWE Fast Lane betting markets at 5Dimes.com shortly before 10pm GMT.

Here are the notable changes:

  • Tyson Kidd & Cesaro have gone from being -160 to -2,000 favourites
  • Stardust has moved from -300 to -1,500
  • Dean Ambrose is now a -1,700 fave. He had been -420 previously
  • Nikki Bella has gone from -260 into -1,500
  • Rusev's price has shortened from -215 to -1,500
There's nothing much to note concerning the other markets just yet.

Sky Bet Adds Two More Bouts To Its Fast Lane Coverage

SkyBet.com has added two more matches to its WWE Fast Lane coverage.

Customers can now wager on the six-man tag team match and the battle between Stardust and Goldust.

Here are the odds along with the rest of the fixtures scheduled for tonight.


This now means the full card is available to bet on at all four websites taking wagers on tonight's event.

The above prices were correct as of 21:24 GMT this evening. For the latest, check out Sky Bet's WWE Betting Page.

5Dimes' Fast Lane Betting Odds As Of 9pm GMT Sunday

Here are the WWE Fast Lane odds that are currently up at 5Dimes.com,

I have added notes of changes that have occurred since 8pm.

Ziggler, Rowan & Ryback -210
Rollins, Kane & Big Show +160

The babyface trio have been backed from -180 since 8pm.

Goldust +220
Stardust -300

Stardust was -280 earlier.

Rusev -215
John Cena +165

Rusev was -170 at 8pm.

The Usos +120
Kidd & Cesaro -160

No change since 8pm

Dean Ambrose -420
Bad News Barrett +300

No change here as well.

Nikki Bella -260
Paige +180

Another market without movement.

Here are the numerous options to wager on the main event:


Reigns' 'End of Broadcast' odds were -2,300 an hour ago, so the punters are expecting him to be awarded the win to close the show. 

It's also worth drawing attention to the 'Roman Reigns wins / No contest' option as that is now -4,275. It was -3,450 at 8pm but had been as short as -6,525 this morning and for most of the day.

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5Dimes Adds Two Matches To WWE Fast Lane Betting Board

The 5Dimes Casino & Sportsbook has added two more matches to its WWE Fast Lane betting board.

Customers can now wager on the singles match between the Rhodes brothers as well as the six-man tag team match.

Stardust has opened as a -260 favourite. Goldust has been given a +180 price.

In the six-man tag team market, the team made up of Seth Rollins, Kane & The Big Show has been chalked up as +120 outsiders. Their opponents are listed as -160 faves.

The addition of these two bouts means the full card is available to bet on at 5Dimes.com

WWE Fast Lane Closing Times

Here are the closing times for the four online bookmakers accepting wagers on tonight's WWE Fast Lane pay-per-view.

William Hill

William Hill's book is set to shut at 10pm GMT over at WilliamHill.com

The firm is accepting bets on all the matches on tonight's card.


Paddy Power

The Fast Lane betting markets are scheduled to close at 11pm GMT at PaddyPower.com

As with William Hill, Paddy Power has prices up for all the bouts. The firm is also accepting punts on whether the main event ends in a 'No Contest' or 'Roman Reigns / Daniel Bryan wins'


Sky Bet

British bookie, SkyBet.com, has set 1am GMT as its cut-off for bets. If smart money does begin to come in on the off-shore markets, I would not be surprised if the company takes down the book for a re-adjustment. This has occurred in the past.

The company is accepting bets on five of tonight's matches.


5Dimes Casino & Sportsbook

The 5Dimes Casino & Sportsbook lists pay-per-view match odds all the way up to the start of the respective match.

5Dimes customers can now wager on ALL bouts on the card after the company added two additional matches to the board a short while ago.

5Dimes' WWE Fast Lane markets are found under 'Other Sports' on the betting board at 5Dimes.com


Fast Lane Odds As Of 5pm GMT Sunday

Here are the WWE Fast Lane odds that are currently available with the 5Dimes Sportsbook. I have added a note underneath each match to indicate where the bettors/fans have been wagering since 3pm GMT.

Rusev -165
John Cena +125

John Cena has been backed down from +160

The Usos +140
Kidd & Cesaro -180

Both sides were -120 two hours ago, so the bettors have been taking Kidd & Cesaro

Dean Ambrose -420
Bad News Barrett +300

Ambrose was -300 earlier.

Nikki Bella -260
Paige +180

Paige's price has fallen from +250

To be more clear with the Roman Reigns .vs. Daniel Bryan market, I'll post a screen grab of the markets available:


There hasn't been any change in the Reigns versus Bryan bout at all today.

Prices are correct as of 5pm GMT. For the latest, check out the betting board at 5Dimes.com
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Sunday Afternoon's Best WWE Fast Lane Odds Across Domestic Bookmakers

With WWE Fast Lane taking place tonight, I have gone through the three domestic bookmakers' websites to note where the best prices are for each match. Hopefully, you'll be able to find some valuable odds for the bets you would like to place.

The markets can be viewed on the following:

Paddy Power's WWE Betting Page

Sky Bet's Wrestling Page

William Hill's WWE Page

Ziggler, Rowan & Ryback .vs. Rollins, Kane & Big Show


It's a case of take your pick here. Both Paddy Power and Sky Bet have matching prices for both teams. The babyface trio can be backed at 4/7 while the Seth Rollins led group is 5/4.

Goldust .vs. Stardust

If you're looking to back Goldust for the W, the 5/2 on offer with William Hill is for you. In the case of Stardust, 3/10 at Paddy Power is the best you can get.

Rusev .vs. John Cena

Rusev is a strong favourite everywhere. The most appealing odds on him can be found with Paddy Power where he is 4/9. Both Sky Bet and William Hill have John Cena at 7/4.

The Usos .vs. Cesaro & Kidd

The most attractive odds for The Usos is the 5/6 available with both William Hill and Paddy Power. If you're looking for the heels to win, and didn't get them at 3/1 yesterday, you can find them at EVENS with Sky Bet.

Dean Ambrose .vs. Bad News Barrett

Ambrose backers can get him at 1/2 with Paddy Power. If you believe Bad News Barrett will retain the IC strap with a win, you can find him at 9/4 with William Hill.

Nikki Bella .vs. Paige

Nikki Bella's 2/5 with Paddy Power is the best offering right now. Sky Bet has Paige at 9/4.

Roman Reigns .vs. Daniel Bryan


Looking for a Reigns win? He is available at 1/4 with both Sky Bet and William Hill. A Daniel Bryan victory will pay out at odds of 11/4. All three websites have him at this price.

Don't forget, if you planning to open a betting account to take advantage of any of these odds, you could be eligible for new customer offers. Check the links below.

Good luck!


Roman Reigns' Favourite Role Shortens Further In Fast Lane Betting At 5Dimes

The 'End of Broadcast' betting odds on Roman Reigns being awarded the victory at tonight's WWE Fast Lane pay-per-view have continued to shorten overnight at 5Dimes.com.

When I checked in on the market yesterday morning, the Royal Rumble winner was available at -1,350 with the book. Then, on a final recording of the Saturday odds at 11:35pm, I noticed the price had shortened to -2,500.

It has now descended to -5,000.


It's too early to confidently claim that this movement has anything to do with smart money. The best I can suggest right now is that the bettor - or bettors - who placed the wagers on Roman Reigns in this market must have a strong conviction that Reigns will leave the PPV with the WrestleMania main event slot.

Another selection that I have been following closely is the 'Roman Reigns / No Contest' one. It has been -1,645 yesterday morning before going to -3,250 last night. It is now resting at -6,525.

As for the undercard, here's what I have noticed since 23:35 GMT yesterday.

Paige's odds have shortened from +280 to +200 in the WWE Divas Championship market. Nikki Bella remains a favourite at -280.

Bad News Barrett has dipped from a +180 underdog to +175. Intercontinental Championship challenger, Dean Ambrose is now -245.

Another outsider - John Cena - has been backed moving from +200 to +180 in the overnights. Rusev, who had been -280, is now -260.

The WWE Tag Team Championship odds have now settled back to a pick 'em. The Usos had been +120, but are now -120 along with Tyson Kidd & Cesaro. 

There are still no markets open for the Goldust versus Stardust or Six-man tag team matches that were late additions to the card.

Odds correct as of 8am GMT. For the latest, check out the betting board at 5Dimes.com.

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Saturday, 21 February 2015

Cesaro & Tyson Kidd Become Favourites In Saturday WWE Fast Lane Betting At 5Dimes

The only notable WWE Fast Lane betting observation so far this Saturday has been in the market for the WWE Tag Team Championship at 5Dimes.com.

The current champions, The Usos, started off the day as -140 favourites but have now seen their odds drift out to +110.

In the same period, Cesaro & Tyson Kidd have been backed down from +100 in to -150.

The Cesaro & Tyson Kidd action has occurred with domestic betting firms as well. Earlier today, the duo had been 3/1 with WilliamHill.com. Their price has now dipped to 11/10.

The Best WWE Fast Lane Odds From Paddy Power, Sky Bet & William Hill

Here are the best WWE Fast Lane match odds available from the three major British/Irish bookmakers as of Saturday afternoon.

The markets can be viewed on the following:

Paddy Power's WWE Betting Page

Sky Bet's Wrestling Page

William Hill's WWE Page

Ziggler, Rowan & Ryback .vs. Rollins, Kane & Big Show

Sky Bet's 4/6 is the best price for the babyface trio. If you're looking to back Rollins, Kane & Big Show - Paddy Power's 6/4 is the most valuable.

Goldust .vs. Stardust

The odds for this match are identical at both William Hill and Paddy Power. Goldust is 7/4 while Stardust is favoured with a price of 2/5.

Rusev .vs. John Cena

Looking for Cena to win? The best website to punt on him is with William Hill as the company has him at 9/4. If you're expecting Rusev to win, the most appealing offer is the 2/5 with Paddy Power.

The Usos .vs. Cesaro & Kidd

The best available price on The Usos is the 4/6 over at Sky Bet. If you believe Cesaro & Kidd will be booked to win this match, the best price right now is the 3/1 with William Hill. It's worth noting that their odds have been shortening at both Sky Bet (currently 11/10) and Paddy Power (now 7/4), so William Hill is the best option to back Cesaro & Kidd.

Dean Ambrose .vs. Bad News Barrett

Ambrose's 2/7 with Paddy Power might appeal to those looking to back him for the win. Bad News Barrett is 4/1 with Sky Bet.

Nikki Bella .vs. Paige

The current WWE Divas Champion is 1/4 at both Sky Bet and Paddy Power. Paige, on the other hand, is 7/2 with William Hill.

Roman Reigns .vs. Daniel Bryan

Take your pick here. Reigns is 1/4 at all three websites. Bryan is 11/4 with Sky Bet and William Hill.

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No Love For 'No Contest' At Paddy Power

WWE fans are not expecting tomorrow night's WWE Fast Lane main event to end in a no contest, if the betting odds are anything to go by.

Yesterday evening, PaddyPower.com published a betting market giving its customers the opportunity to wager on whether the bout between Roman Reigns and Daniel Bryan will end in controversial fashion.

Late last night, the odds on a 'No Contest' were 5/4 with the other option - 'Roman Reigns or Daniel Bryan wins the match' given a favourite role of 4/7. 

In the short hours since then, the 'Roman Reigns or Daniel Bryan' option has shortened to 2/5.


The 'Match ruled a no contest' option has been added to Paddy Power's WWE Fast Lane betting page because there is a strong belief that WrestleMania 31 will feature a triple threat match between Roman Reigns, Daniel Bryan and Brock Lesnar. 

A controversial ending to tomorrow night's match between Reigns and Bryan could pave the way for the three-way in March.

The bettors are evidently unconvinced and have taken the double chance option of Roman Reigns or Daniel Bryan leaving Fast Lane with the W.

This market can be found under 'No Contest' on Paddy Power's WWE Betting Page.

A Saturday Morning Look At 5Dimes' Fast Lane Betting Markets

As per usual, I have taken an early morning observation of the WWE betting odds that are up at 5Dimes.com in order to note any changes that have occurred since I last checked in.

Here's what I found for WWE Fast Lane.

Nikki Bella .vs. Paige

The Divas Championship match betting has gone the way of the challenger since yesterday evening. Wrestling fans have bet Paige down from +385 to +280. Nikki Bella's odds have moved -585 to -400.

Bad News Barrett .vs. Dean Ambrose

The underdog has been the Friday night bettors' choice in this bout as well. Barrett has dipped slightly from +400 to +305 with Ambrose going from a -600 favourite to -425.

The Usos .vs. Tyson Kidd & Cesaro

There's a trend here. The underdogs have been backed in this match as well. Kidd & Cesaro are now +100, but had been +325 at 10pm GMT yesterday. The current WWE Tag Team Champions' price is -140. This is an improvement from -475.

Rusev .vs. John Cena

Unfortunately, I failed to record either wrestlers' odds were at 10pm. Instead, I'll have to compare this morning's odds to those from 9:30am GMT yesterday.
The story here is that - unlike the three matches noted above - the favourite has been backed. Rusev has moved from -230 to -300 while John Cena has drifted out from +170 to +220.

Roman Reigns .vs. Daniel Bryan

The best approach to explain the odds here is to publish a screen grab of the options WWE bettors can choose for what should be the main event of the evening.


The 'initial ruling' odds have gone in favour of Roman Reigns. He had been -395 last night.

The 'end of broadcast ruling' price has also gone the way of Reigns. They have gone from -750 to the much shorter -1,350.

'Roman Reigns wins' had been -210 for most of yesterday, so the -375 indicates people are now backing this selection ahead of 'Daniel Bryan wins' or 'Reigns vs Bryan rules a no contest'. However, as noted in a post published last night, the selection the bettors have been making particular wagers on has been the 'Roman Reigns win / No Contest' double chance. The fans have the two most likely finishes covered with this bet. It had been priced -1,087 yesterday, so people are certainly liking this choice.

It's worth noting that the Goldust .vs. Stardust and six-man tag team match odds have yet to be published. If they're added, I'll publish another post with the information.

Odds correct as of 8:20am GMT. For the latest, check out the betting board at 5Dimes.com

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Reigns .vs. Bryan No Contest Odds Available With Paddy Power

PaddyPower.com customers can now wager on the Roman Reigns versus Daniel Bryan Fast Lane main event ending in a no contest.

The Irish betting firm published additional odds for the bout yesterday evening.

As of 00:13 GMT this morning, the price for 'Match ruled a no contest' is 5/4 while 'Roman Reigns or Daniel Bryan wins the match' is listed at 4/7.

The firm is still accepting either wrestler in straight-up betting.

Reigns remains a favourite with a price of 2/7. His rival is 9/4.

Fast Lane odds are available on Paddy Power's WWE Betting Page.

Fast Lane Six-Man Tag Team Match Added To Two Sportsbooks

A late addition to the WWE Fast Lane card has now made its way to the betting at two sportsbooks.

The bout - which sees Seth Rollins, Kane & The Big Show versus Dolph Ziggler, Erick Rowan & Ryback - has been chalked up with both WilliamHill.com and PaddyPower.com.

Both William Hill and Paddy Power lists Ziggler, Rowan & Ryback as 4/7 shots to win.

The heel trio is 5/4 at both books.


Friday, 20 February 2015

'Roman Reigns / No Contest' The Friday Bettors' Choice In WWE Fast Lane Wagering

Of all the WWE Fast Lane matches available to wager on at 5Dimes.com, the market for the Roman Reigns versus Daniel Bryan match is the most intriguing simply because of the many options there are for the customer to bet on.

In this post, I'll look at what wrestling fans are betting on by looking at the betting board below.


The price that stands out the most as of the time of writing is the option on 'Roman Reigns / No Contest'. 

The wagerers are evidently hedging their bets on either Reigns or a non-finish to the match.

However, the 'Reigns vs Bryan ruled a no contest' selection has been drifting since this morning. It had been -105 earlier on and is now out at +256.

In the 'Roman Reigns wins' market, the -210 have remained stationary throughout the day.

I guess the only thing to draw from today's bets is that the customers are playing it safe and riding a Roman Reigns/No Contest victory but are not confident enough to punt on Reigns or a indecisive finish just yet.

It will be interesting to see how these prices change as we head closer to Sunday's show.

WWE Fast Lane odds can be found under 'Other Sports' on the betting board at 5Dimes.com

William Hill's WWE Fast Lane Betting Odds Are Up

WWE fans can now wager on this Sunday's Fast Lane pay-per-view with WilliamHill.com.

The company is accepting bets on the six matches already announced for the event.

Goldust is a 7/4 underdog in his match against his brother, Stardust. A punt on the latter is currently priced at 2/5.

Rusev is a 1/3 favourite to win the US Championship bout against John Cena. Customers looking to bet on Cena can find him at 9/4.

The Usos have been chalked up as 2/9 chances to retain the WWE Tag Team Championship against Tyson Kidd & Cesaro (3/1).

The WWE Intercontinental Title match market lists current titleholder - Bad News Barrett - as a 7/2 outsider with challenger, Dean Ambrose, 1/6.

Similarly, the WWE Divas Championship odds have Nikki Bella at 1/6 and Paige 7/2.

Roman Reigns is 1/4 to win his match against Daniel Bryan. Fans wanting to take a gamble on Bryan winning a chance to main event WrestleMania can find him at 11/4.

The markets are set to close at 10pm GMT tomorrow evening, but night be taken down overnight. They can be found on William Hill's WWE Betting Page.


Paddy Power Opens The Book On WWE Fast Lane

Irish bookmaker, Paddy Power, has published WWE Fast Lane betting odds over at PaddyPower.com.

The firm is accepting wagers on all the matches scheduled for Sunday's pay-per-view. This includes the singles match between Gold & Stardust, which hasn't been priced up at the other two websites taking bets on the newly-named show.

In the aforementioned market, Stardust has opened as a 2/5 favourite. His older step-brother, has been given a price of 7/4.

Rusev is a heavy 4/11 to successfully defend his WWE US Championship against John Cena. If you're looking to back Cena, he can be found at 15/8.

Tyson Kidd & Cesaro are 3/1 underdogs to win the WWE Tag Team Championship bout between current titleholders - The Usos. The champs are 1/5 as of the time of writing.

In another title match on the card, Bad News Barrett is 7/2 to retain the WWE Intercontinental Championship against Dean Ambrose. The challenger has been chalked as a short 1/6.

Nikki Bella is a strong 1/7 to retain the WWE Divas Championship against Paige (9/4).

In the market for what should be the main event of the evening, Roman Reigns is 2/7 to win the match and go on to face the WWE World Heavyweight Champion at WrestleMania. If you believe the winner will end up being Daniel Bryan, you can currently find him priced as a 9/4.

All match markets are scheduled to close at 23:00 GMT on Sunday evening.

Prices correct as of 14:30 GMT. For up to date pricing, check out Paddy Power's WWE Betting Page.


WWE Fast Lane Odds Now Up At SkyBet.com

A second online bookmaker has published betting odds for this Sunday's WWE Fast Lane pay-per-view.

Customers of SkyBet.com can wager on five of the matches scheduled for the event which will air on Sky Sports and Sky One as well as on the WWE Network.

The firm has listed Nikki Bella as a 1/5 favourite to win the WWE Divas Championship match on the card. Her challenger - Paige - is ranked as an 7/2 outsider.

Current tag champs, The Usos, are also 1/5 faves with Cesaro & Tyson Kidd 7/2.

WWE Intercontinental Champion, Bad News Barrett, is a 4/1 underdog against Dean Ambrose (1/7).

In regard to underdogs, Sky Bet is laying John Cena at 2/1 to win his bout against Rusev. The Bulgarian Brute can currently be found at 4/11.

The final match that the company is currently accepting wagers on is the main event, which sees Roman Reigns putting his WrestleMania title shot on the line against Daniel Bryan.

Reigns has been given a short 2/7 to win with Daniel Bryan fans being tempted with 5/2.

If Goldust versus Stardust is added to the board, I will update

These markets are set to close right before the PPV is about to begin.

Prices correct as of 13:30 GMT today. For the latest, check out Sky Bet's WWE Wrestling Betting Page.

WWE Fast Lane Undercard Odds As Of Friday Morning

Here are the betting odds for this Sunday's WWE Fast Lane PPV. For each match, I have added points indicating where the fan money has gone since last night.

Nikki Bella .vs. Paige

Nikki Bella is -385 with Paige available at odds of +265. The money has apparently been going the way of the Divas Champion as she has moved from -185 to the -385.

Bad News Barrett .vs. Dean Ambrose

Ambrose's price is now -335, but had been -190 when I checked in last night. Barrett has drifted out from +150 to +245.

The Usos .vs. Kidd & Cesaro

The Usos' price has shortened from -215 to -555. As a result, their opponents are now +365 from +165.

Rusev .vs. John Cena

Rusev's role as favourite has strengthened going from -180 to -230 with his rival now +170 from +140.

Odds for the main event were published in the most recent post.

The WWE Fast Lane markets are found under 'Other Sports' on the betting board at 5Dimes.com.

More Reigns .vs. Bryan Match Scenarios Added To WWE Fast Lane Betting

The 5Dimes Casino & Sportsbook has added new Roman Reigns .vs. Daniel Bryan match-ending scenarios for customers to bet on this weekend.

When I last checked in with the WWE Fast Lane odds at 5Dimes.com, the company had priced up odds on straight-up victories for either wrestler. There was also the option to wager on a Roman Reigns win or a 'Daniel Bryan / No Contest' end result.

The new options added to the betting board are:

Roman Reigns .vs. Daniel Bryan Initial Ruling odds

These bets are settled on the wrestler who scores the first pin. Restarts don't count.

Daniel Bryan .vs. Roman Reigns / No Contest

Similar to the Reigns .vs. Bryan / No Contest odds that were published yesterday, but allowing customers to wager on Daniel Bryan against the other two possibilities or vice versa.

No Contest .vs. Either Fighter Wins

This option allows the punter to bet on the match ending with no clear winner or taking either Reigns or Bryan.

Here are the odds for all the scenarios as of 9:30am GMT.


I find it unsurprising that the book has added these new wrinkles to the betting on this match as an unclear ending to this match will open the way to a triple threat match for the WWE World Heavyweight Championship at WrestleMania XXXI.

I'll be back shortly with a look at the prices for the other matches on the Fast Lane card.

Odds correct as of 9:30am GMT. For the latest, check out the betting board at 5Dimes.com