Friday, 22 June 2018

NXT TakeOver: Chicago 2018 Star Ratings O/U Betting Results

Last week, the oddsmakers from Kambi published a trio of Wrestling Observer star ratings over/under markets for three bouts that took place at NXT TakeOver: Chicago. The ratings for these matches were released yesterday when Dave Meltzer's review of the show was printed in this week's issue of the Wrestling Observer Newsletter.

You can see the lines and the results of the markets that were released by Kambi in the table below.


Ricochet's win over Velveteen Dream was given four-and-a-quarter stars by the reviewer. This was spot on with the estimate that was made by Kambi's line-maker.

The table below shows how the betting went for this particular market.


Ricochet .vs. Velveteen Dream
Over 4.25 Stars
Exactly 4.25 Stars
Under 4.25 Stars
12/6 5:30PM
23/20
41/20
17/20
14/6 8:00PM
5/4
43/20
3/4
16/6 11:00AM
"
47/20
7/10
16/6 8:00PM
"
"
"


The majority of customers evidently thought that there was a strong chance the bout would receive less than the line. The odds were cut from 17/20 to 7/10 by Saturday night.

'Exactly 4.25 Stars' was the right selection. It rose from 41/20 to 47/20 in this period.

The remaining two markets fell under their respective lines.

Aleister Black's NXT Chamtpionship defence against Lars Sullivan was given a line of 3.75 stars by the oddsmakers. It was graded three-and-a-quarter by Meltzer.


NXT Championship
Over 3.75 Stars
Exactly 3.75 Stars
Under 3.75 Stars
12/6 5:30PM
11/10
23/10
4/5
14/6 8:00PM
23/20
47/20
3/4
16/6 11:00AM
5/4
"
7/10
16/6 8:00PM
"
"
"


Unlike the Ricochet .vs. Velveteen Dream match, the majority seem to have backed the right side as the 'Under' went from 4/5 to 7/10 across the four days the market was available.

Tomasso Ciampa and Johnny Gargano pulled out a five star match at April's TakeOver. Therefore, the bookie set the rematch's line at 4.75.


Ciampa .vs. Gargano
Over 4.75 Stars
Exactly 4.75 Stars
Under 4.75 Stars
12/6 5:30PM
9/10
7/4
5/4
14/6 8:00PM
EVS
2/1
EVS
16/6 11:00AM
6/5
21/10
4/5
16/6 8:00PM
"
"
"


The odds for the 'Under' fell to 4/5 by Saturday night. Those that forced the bookie to make the adjustments were on the right side as the match fell half a star short of equalling April's rating.

NXT wasn't the only Observer specials that were put up for last weekend's events. I wrote about the Money in the Bank 2018 O/U markets in this post.

Hopefully, there'll be more Observer Star Ratings markets for future NXT shows.


Extreme Rules 2018 WWE Championship Market Installed And More

The oddsmakers from Sky Bet have published a new market for the upcoming WWE Extreme Rules 2018 PPV.

On Tuesday night, Rusev won a gauntlet match to earn a WWE Championship title shot against AJ Styles.

He has been installed as a 6/4 underdog.

Styles is 1/2.

In a post published earlier, I noted that Roman Reigns' odds to win the multi-person match that is scheduled to take place on the card had dipped. Since posting, his odds have continued to decline.

WWE Extreme Rules 2018 Number One Contender Match Betting

He is now an 8/13 favourite.

Seth Rollins has now been positioned as a 9/4 second-favourite because Bobby Lashley has drifted from 7/4 into 4/1.

Reigns Now At 6/5 In Extreme Rules 2018 Betting

Roman Reigns' price to win Extreme Rules' multi-person match to determine a number one contender to Brock Lesnar's WWE Universal Championship has once again dipped.

In a post published yesterday, I noted that The Big Dog had moved to sole favourite after dropping from 6/4 into 6/5. He is now down to 6/5.

WWE Extreme Rules 2018 Main Event Odds

Unlike yesterday, the Reigns selection is the only one to have been adjusted since I last looked through the list of names that could potentially win the July 15th match.

Thursday, 21 June 2018

Reigns Cut To 5/4 In Extreme Rules 2018 Market

Roman Reigns has moved to 5/4 from 7/4 in a market where Sky Bet customers can gamble on who they believe will win the number one contenders match at WWE Extreme Rules 2018.

The market, which was published hours after Kurt Angle announced it on Raw, saw Reigns and Bobby Lashley at the top as joint-favourites because - from Monday's TV - it appeared as though they were guaranteed spots in the multi-person match.

As a result of Reigns' price moving in, Lashley has become a 7/4 second-favourite.

One thing I think is worth mentioning to those looking to back Reigns to be given the win is to consider another market that's available on the Sky Bet website.

If you believe Reigns is winning at Extreme Rules and then going on to challenge Brock Lesnar for the Universal Championship at SummerSlam, then the 3/1 for Reigns to be the 'Universal Champion After Brock Lesnar' should also worth your consideration.

Sure, with Braun Strowman as as Mr. Money in the Bank there is a possibility of a cash-in.

However, Reigns has failed to get decisions over Lesnar at WrestleMania 31, WrestleMania 34 and the Greatest Royal Rumble. The story has focused on his most recent loss - in Saudi Arabia - and he would surely have to go over and - if he does win at Extreme Rules - succeeding Lesnar at 3/1 is worth looking at.

As noted, Strowman could cash-in, but I think it'll make more sense for him to do so after Reigns has finally slayed 'The Beast'.

It isn't only Reigns whose price has lowered in the Extreme Rules market.

Extreme Rules 2018 Multi-Person Winner Betting Odds

Seth Rollins, who was 5/2 when I first came across the market, is now at 2/1. Braun Strowman is now 12/1 from 14/1. Having Strowman win would seem a bit backward considering he's already holding the Money in the Bank briefcase and can instantly become a contender.

'Exactly' Bookends MITB 2018 Star Ratings Betting Results

WWE Money in the Bank 2018 was bookended by two exact results in Kambi's Wrestling Observer  Over/Under star ratings markets.

Sunday's pre-show bout, which saw the Bludgeon Brothers successfully retain the WWE Smackdown Tag Team Championship against Gallows and Anderson, received two stars in Dave Meltzer's review of the event which appears in this week's issue of the Wrestling Observer Newsletter.

Kambi had set the Over/Under star rating line for the match at 2 stars, so those who may have backed the 'Exactly 2 Stars' will have bets settled in their favour once the bookies are aware of the results.

Going by the betting, it appears as though some punters had hopes that the match would go over the amount.


SD Tag Team Championship
Over 2 Stars
Exactly 2 Stars
Under 2 Stars
15/6 10AM
19/20
7/4
6/5
16/6 11AM
4/5
2/1
5/4
17/6 10:45PM
"
"
"


As you can see, 'Over 2 Stars' was cut from 19/20 into 4/5 by Sunday morning.

The men's Money in the Bank ladder match was given a line of 4.25. Anyone who backed the 'Exactly 4.25' at 9/4 are now holding winning bets.

Money in the Bank 2018 Star Ratings Betting Result

One of the surprises of the night came in the WWE Raw Women's Championship match. The bookies set the line at two-and-a-quarter stars, but Ronda Rousey and Nia Jax earned three-and-a-half stars from the newsletter's editor.

As you can see in the table below, most of the bets were coming in on the match receiving less than 2.25 in the periods when the market was available.


Raw Women's Championship
Over 2.25 Stars
Exactly 2.25 Stars
Under 2.25 Stars
22/5 5:30PM
23/20
19/10
9/10
23/5 5:30PM
57/50
15/8
22/25
28/5 11AM
23/20
19/10
9/10
31/5 6PM
EVS
"
21/20
5/6 8PM
21/20
43/20
9/10
9/6 6:00PM
6/5
21/20
4/5
11/6 2:30PM
5/4
9/4
7/10
13/6 4PM
13/10
23/10
13/20
16/6 11AM
6/4
12/5
11/20
17/6 7:45PM
8/5
5/2
1/2
10:45PM
"
"
"

From a betting perspective, I was surprised that AJ Styles versus Shinsuke Nakamura received four stars. 

In a good way!

The line was set at 4.25. I thought the 'Under' had a good chance of coming in because of how underwhelming their previous matches had been. After the match, which I felt was the best of the night, I thought the winning selection would have landed in favour of the 'Over' or, in the very least, 'Exactly 4.25'. I lucked out on that one.

On Sunday, I published a post where I wrote about Dave Meltzer's thoughts on the lines. He mentioned that he had a feeling two of the lines were set low. His opinion turned out accurate.

He felt that - because the women had been preparing for their Money in the Bank ladder match - it had the potential to go over the three stars. Their match was awarded four stars.

The other match that stood out to the editor and Bryan Alvarez was the Intercontinental Championship match. It was set at two-and-a-half stars. The match went over by a star.

There were two other star ratings markets available over the weekend.

The first was a head-to-head where customers could bet on which of two matches received the most stars in the Observer's review of the event. The bouts were the men's Money in the Bank ladder match at 19/20 and the WWE Championship match at 23/20. A third 'Same Amount selection was also available at 9/5 for those willing to bet on both matching one another for stars. The four-and-a-quarter stars that the main event received beat AJ Styles .vs. Shinsuke Nakamura by a quarter.

The main event's 4.25 was also the winning selection in a market where people could gamble on the score that the match of the match received. The line maker had given 'Exactly 4.25 Stars' odds of 7/4 when he set up his market on Friday.

MITB 2018 Star Rating Betting



Tuesday, 19 June 2018

Extreme Rules Odds Published

Sky Bet has published a couple of betting markets for next month's WWE Extreme Rules PPV.

The first market is for the WWE Raw Women's Championship match which was confirmed at the beginning of last night's epsiode of Raw.

Alexa Bliss is - as of the time of writing - a 2/7 favourite to successfully retain the strap against former titleholder, Nia Jax.

A win for Jax will pay out at odds of 5/2.

The other market is a longlist of names that could take part in the muli-person match to determine a number one contender to Brock Lesnar's Universal Championship.

On Raw, Kurt Angle revealed that Bobby Lashley and Roman Reigns were both confirmed for the match. They're both at the top of the list as 6/4 joint-favourites.

The other participants prices are:

Seth Rollins 5/2
Finn Balor 12/1
Braun Strowman 14/1
Baron Corbin 16/1
Drew McIntyre 16/1
Kevin Owens 20/1
Bobby Roode 25/1
Elias 25/1
Jinder Mahal 25/1
Sami Zayn 33/1

Whoever wins will likely challenge for the title at SummerSlam. If August 19th really is the final night of Brock Lesnar's current deal, then I can't see anyone other than Roman Reigns winning the match to determine Lesnar's next challenger.

Reigns has to get a win over Lesnar after the two losses in the spring.

Monday, 18 June 2018

Rousey Is 1/2 To Be Next Raw Women's Champ

Ronda Rousey is a 1/2 favourite to succeed Alexa Bliss as WWE Raw Women's Champion in a betting market that was published by Sky Bet today.

Last night's Money in the Bank 2018 PPV saw Bliss cash in her title shot against Nia Jax after costing Ronda Rousey a victory against the then champion.

Unsurprisingly, the ex-champ, Jax, is a second-favourite to be the next holder of the strap.

Here are the odds for all of the selections in the market as of 7PM BST this evening.

Ronda Rousey 1/2
Nia Jax 5/2
Ember Moon 5/1
Natalya 8/1
Ruby Riott 8/1
Bayley 9/1
Sasha Banks 9/1
Liv Morgan 33/1
Mickie James 33/1
Sarah Logan 33/1

Bliss was physical with Rousey to cause the disqualification in the latter's match with Nia Jax last night. Plus, she threw the upcoming UFC Hall of Famer outside of the ring, so it isn't surprising to see Rousey favoured to be the next champ.

2 Betting Favourites Fail To Win At MITB 2018

Two betting favourites failed to win their respective matches at WWE Money in the Bank tonight.

The first losing selection was Shinsuke Nakamura who failed to wrest the WWE Championship from AJ Styles in a last man standing match.

Styles had closed as a +145 outsider.

The other losing favourite was The Miz to win the men's Money in the Bank ladder match. He entered the bout as -300 chalk, but the victor turned out to be Braun Strowman who 5Dimes closed at +1,750.

MITB 2018 Betting Favourites

Here are the WWE Money in the Bank 2018 betting favourites as the PPV was about to begin. The selections are ranked in order with the shortest odds first.

Roman Reigns -1,700
Seth Rollins -1,050
Bobby Lashley -900
Ronda Rousey -560
Alexa Bliss (MITB)  -335
The Miz (MITB) -265
Shinsuke Nakamura -210
Carmella -210
Daniel Bryan -160

Odds from the 5Dimes Sportsbook.

Sunday, 17 June 2018

BetOnline Still Taking MITB 2018 Bets

BetOnline is still accepting wagers on Money in the Bank.

Here are all of the prices as of a few minutes ago.

BetOnline MITB 2018 Odds


5Dimes' WWE MITB 2018 Odds As Of 11PM BST

Here are the latest WWE Money in the Bank 2018 betting odds as of 11PM BST.

I'll add notes below any markets that differ from previous updates and point out where the bets appear to be landing.

Natalya +200
Field .vs. Favourite (Bliss) +168
Alexa Bliss -225
Charlotte Flair +4000
Sasha Banks +4000
Becky Lynch +5000
Lana +7000
Ember Moon +5000
Naomi +15000

'The Field' versus the favourite, Alexa Bliss, has dipped from +175.

The Miz -225
Field .vs. Favourite (Miz) +168
Braun Strowman +900
Samoa Joe +1200
Kevin Owens +420
Finn Balor +1725
Rusev +1800
Bobby Roode +6000

Kevin Owens has moved up from +400. The Miz has been cut from -210.

AJ Styles +159
Shinsuke Nakamura -206

Nia Jax +370
Ronda Rousey -560

Carmella -150
Asuka +110

Asuka has been cut from +130

Roman Reigns -1625
Jinder Mahal +775

The Bludgeon Brothers -900
Gallows and Anderson +500

The Bludgeon Brothers' price has dropped from -750

Bobby Lashley -725
Sami Zayn +442

Seth Rollins -960
Elias +520

Daniel Bryan +125
Big Cass -165

Odds from the 5Dimes Website.

5Dimes' WWE MITB 2018 Odds As Of 10PM BST

Here are the WWE Money in the Bank 2018 odds from 5Dimes as of 10PM this evening.

I'll add notes below the prices that may have changed since the last update.

Natalya +200
Field .vs. Favourite (Alexa) +175
Alexa Bliss -245
Charlotte Flair +2500
Sasha Banks +2000
Becky Lynch +2500
Lana +4000
Ember Moon +3500
Naomi +10000

Bliss has been moved up from -270. I believe this is because people could have blindly backed some of the stronger outsiders like Sasha Banks (+2500), Becky Lynch (+3000) and Ember Moon (+4000).

The Miz -210
Field .vs. Favourite (Miz) +160
Braun Strowman +870
Samoa Joe +1200
Kevin Owens +400
Finn Balor +1700
Rusev +1800
Bobby Roode +6000

Kevin Owens continues to decline. He was +500 when I last looked through this particular market.

AJ Styles +159
Shinsuke Nakamura -206

Nakamura's price has been lowered from -155.

Nia Jax +370
Ronda Rousey -560

Carmella -170
Asuka +130

Carmella was at -135 for quite some time this evening. She has now lowered.

Roman Reigns -1625
Jinder Mahal +775

Reigns' price has been cut from -1545

The Bludgeon Brothers -750
Gallows and Anderson +450

Bobby Lashley -725
Sami Zayn +442

Lashley has moved in from -675.

Seth Rollins -960
Elias +520

Seth Rollins has moved in from -825.

Daniel Bryan +125
Big Cass -165

Odds from 5DIMES.

Ellsworth Backstage At MITB

I've just read that James Ellsworth is in Chicago and backstage at Money in the Bank.

It's worth noting this news because Sky Bet was taking bets on him making an appearance in its Request-A-Bet markets earlier this week.

He was 10/1 when I first placed a bet on him. At the time I placed the wager, he was subtly denying he would be at Money in the Bank by pointing out he would be in China today. It was later revealed by the promotion in China - Middle Kingdom Wrestling - that Ellsworth had pulled out of travelling to his booking.

I don't know exactly how far the odds fell, but I know people have placed wagers on the Ellsworth appearance at 3/1, 5/2 and - I believe - 6/4.

The news was reported by Pro Wrestling Insider.

5Dimes' MITB 2018 Odds As Of 9PM BST

Here are the 5Dimes Sportsbook's WWE Money in the Bank 2018 betting odds as of 9PM BST.

Natalya +280
Field .vs. Favourite (Alexa Bliss) +190
Alexa Bliss -270
Charlotte Flair +2500
Sasha Banks +2500
Becky Lynch +3000
Lana +4000
Ember Moon +4000
Naomi +10000

The Miz -230
Field .vs. Favourite +170
Braun Strowman +750
Samoa Joe +1200
Kevin Owens +500
Finn Balor +1300
Rusev +1300
Bobby Roode +5000

AJ Styles +115
Shinsuke Nakamura -155

Styles' odds have declined from +140 within the last half an hour.

Nia Jax +370
Ronda Rousey -560

Carmella -135
Asuka -105

Roman Reigns -1545
Jinder Mahal +725

The Bludgeon Brothers -750
Gallows and Anderson +450

Bobby Lashley -675
Sami Zayn +425

Seth Rollins -825
Elias +475

Daniel Bryan +125
Big Cass -165

Odds from the 5Dimes Sportsbook's Website

Kevin Owens Now A MITB Second-Favourite

Kevin Owens is climbing up the 5Dimes Sportsbook's betting market for the men's ladder match as of 8:30PM BST this evening.

He's currently at +500 and has become a second-favourite. He was at +750 a little over ninety minutes ago.

Despite Owens' price being cut, the sportsbook has also cut present favourite - The Miz.

When I last looked over the odds, Miz was at -175. He is now down to -230.

The rest of the board's prices are:

Braun Strowman +750 from +550
Samoa Joe +900 from +1200
Finn Balor +1300 from +1000
Rusev +1300 from +1000
Bobby Roode stationary at +5000

In the most recent post, I noted that Kambi customers have been wagering on Raw going 2-0.

Odds correct as of 8:30PM BST and taken from the 5Dimes Website.

Raw Still Going 2-0 Tonight? Today's Punters Seem To Think So

In a post published on Thursday, I pointed out that Kambi customers were betting on performers from Raw would go 2-0 in the two Money in the Bank matches tonight.

Money in the Bank 2018 Betting Odds

Today saw the 'Raw 2-0' backed once again. As you can see in the table above, it fell from 13/10 into 23/20.

If the offshore betting turns out to be significant, Raw's Alexa Bliss will make it 1-0 in favour of Raw. Which begs the question - who from Raw is winning?

This would leave Braun Strowman, Kevin Owens, Finn Balor or Bobby Roode as the potential other winner if the bets coming in favour of 2-0 is coming in from anything other than guesswork.


5Dimes' WWE MITB 2018 Odds As Of 7PM BST

Here are the 5Dimes Sportsbook's WWE Money in the Bank 2018 betting odds as of 7PM BST along with some notes about any price cuts that might have been made since 5:30PM.

Natalya +250
Field .vs. Favourite (Alexa) +170
Alexa Bliss -230
Charlotte Flair +2000
Sasha Banks +2000
Becky Lynch +2800
Lana +4000
Ember Moon +4000
Naomi +8000

Alexa was at -280 earlier, so has moved back up a slight bit. The Field has been lowered from +200 to +170. Nothing here to point to anyone else winning the match other than Alexa (as of right now!),

The Miz -175
Field .vs. Favourite (Miz) +135
Braun Strowman +550
Samoa Joe +900
Kevin Owens +700
Finn Balor +1000
Rusev +1000
Bobby Roode +5000

The Miz has been cut from -155.

AJ Styles +175
Shinsuke Nakamura -245

Nakamura's odds have moved in from -180.

Nia Jax +370
Ronda Rousey -560

Carmella -135
Asuka -105

Carmella was -110 at 5:30PM.

Roman Reigns -1545
Jinder Mahal +725

The Bludgeon Brothers -750
Gallows and Anderson +450

Bobby Lashley -675
Sami Zayn +425

Seth Rollins -825
Elias +475

Daniel Bryan +125
Big Cass -165

Bet at 5dimes

Bliss Becomes MITB 2018 Favourite

Alexa Bliss has become an odds-on favourite to become this year's Ms. Money in the Bank.

The 5Dimes Sportsbook, which has been taking wagers on tonight's match, has cut the former WWE Raw Women's Champion from this morning's price of +400 into -280.

As a result of this move, 'The Field' versus Bliss is +200.

The favourite going into the weekend - Natalya - is now priced at +360. The other participants' odds have also drifted out as a result of Bliss seeing action.

Charlotte Flair is now +1600, Sasha Banks is +1600, Becky Lynch is +2200, Ember Moon is +3300, Lana is also +3300 and Naomi is +7000.

Another market that is showing contrasting odds to this morning is the one for the Raw Women's Championship.

Ronda Rousey has fallen into -560 from -420. The champ, Nia Jax, has drifted out to +370 from +300.

Seeing Bliss' odds move in has me wondering whether we'll see a cash-in attempt on Jax this evening. I initially thought there was a chance of Natalya doing it to start something with Rousey, but it could still work with Bliss doing something to her nemesis, Jax.

If Bliss really is winning that is.

5Dimes' WWE odds are found under 'Other Sports' on the 5Dimes Website.

Meltzer And Alvarez On Kambi's MITB 2018 Star Ratings Lines

Earlier today, I listened to the most recent edition of Wrestling Observer Radio and the topic of Kambi's Over/Under star ratings markets for Money in the Bank 2018 was brought up. I thought I'd dedicate a post filled with notes on what Dave Meltzer and Bryan Alvarez said about some of the lines.

On Carmella .vs. Asuka's line of 2 Stars
Meltzer let out a deep breath and came up with a 'maybe' in regards to whether it'll do better than the line. Both he and Alvarez agreed that - if it goes over - the reason why will be because of Asuka.

From the betting, the punters appear to have backed the match doing better than the line.


SD Women's Championship
Over 2 Stars
Exactly 2 Stars
Under 2 Stars
15/6 10AM
EVS
2/1
EVS
16/6 11AM
9/10
2/1
11/10
17/6 11AM
4/5
21/10
6/5


It is now being offered at 4/5, but had opened at EVS when it was first priced up two days ago.

On the AJ Styles .vs. Shinsuke Nakamura line of 4.25 Stars
Dave feels that tonight's WWE Championship match has the potential to be the better match of the current series between AJ Styles and Shinsuke Nakamura. He didn't say whether it would go over or under this number, but felt the line was close to where he believes it could be.

This market has been available since last month. The punters have been backing the 'Under' and - if I were to add something - I would be following them as I have been underwhelmed. Blame it on high expectations.

WWE Championship
Over 4.25 Stars
Exactly 4.25 Stars
Under 4.25 Stars
26/5 8PM
EVS
9/5
11/10
28/5 11AM
"
"
"
29/5 12PM
"
"
"
31/5 6PM
21/20
2/1
19/20
6/6 10:30PM
23/20
11/5
4/5
11/6 2:30PM
"
"
"
13/6 4PM
"
"
"
15/6 10AM
"
"
"
16/6 11AM
6/5
9/4
3/4
17/6 11AM
"
"
"

On Nia Jax .vs. Ronda Rousey having a line of 2.25 Stars
Dave wasn't so sure about the WWE Raw Women's Championship match. He acknowledged that the bout is being worked and planned out ahead of time but, like I wrote in a post published yesterday, he also feels it should be kept short.
Bryan added something really interesting when he mentioned the match length potentially playing a factor in how many stars it receives. He said something along the lines of 'if this match goes ninety seconds, it isn't going to get two-and-a-quarter. If it goes six minutes, it isn't going to get two-and-a-quarter'. I can absolutely see where he's coming from. Time really is important not only for star ratings, but how it will be received universally.

On the 2.5 Stars line for Seth Rollins .vs. Elias
Dave mentioned that he has read a lot of praise for the Seth Rollins .vs. Elias house show matches.
The punters appear to have agreed as the price for the 'Over' has declined since the market went up.

IC Championship
Over 2.5 Stars
Exactly 2.5 Stars
Under 2.5 Stars
15/6 10AM
EVS
9/4
9/10
16/6 11AM
7/10
23/10
5/4
17/6 11:50AM
8/13
12/5
27/20
1:45PM
13/25
13/5
29/20

As you can see, the 'Over' has been cut since the market was republished this morning.

On the line of 4.25 Stars for men's Money in the Bank ladder match
Dave pointed out that, historically, the men's Money in the Bank ladder matches are always good. He mentions that this year's match has the potential to be the best of the night.

On the 3 Stars line for the women's Money in the Bank ladder match
Dave mentioned that the women's ladder match could be better than expected due to the talent being pulled from house shows in order to work out how the match is laid out for tonight. The editor said that it 'might beat' the line of three starts.

Women's MITB Match
Over 3 Stars
Exactly 3 Stars
Under 3 Stars
15/6 10AM
19/20
9/4
19/20
16/6 11AM
3/4
"
6/5
17/6 11AM
4/6
23/10
13/10

The gamblers are of a similar opinion as the 'Over' has been falling across the weekend.


These markets are found along with other WWE betting opportunities on the websites that publish Kambi's Pro Wrestling odds. A couple of examples can be found below.