Tuesday, 24 May 2016

How You Could Get 21/1 On Seth Rollins Winning The Belt At MITB 2016

I have just finished watching last night's episode of Raw. After doing so, I went to check the blog comments awaiting moderation and came across this one from a regular visitor - Jordan Kaye - regarding Seth Rollins and the WWE World Heavyweight Championship:

888sport are offering 7/1 for Seth Rollins to win the WWE title 'before or on MITB' - I have put a punt on this as even if Roman is the favourite going into the match, I don't think Seth's odds will ever hit 7/1. Especially considering he could win! 

As Jordan mentioned in his comment - the traders at 888Sport.com (and also 32Red.com and Unibet.com) have been taking bets on when Seth Rollins wins the WWE World Heavyweight Championship.

The odds, at of the time of publishing, are:

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As you can see, Jordan isn't wrong - the firm is still taking Seth Rollins at 7/1 to win the title before or at Money in the Bank on June 19th.

If any of you are 888Sport customers and think the title will go to Seth Rollins on the night, then this is the best price you're looking to get. And this is BEFORE any match markets are published. 

If you aren't with 888Sport - read on for even better news.

At the time of writing, the firm is giving customers treble the odds on your first bet. Therefore, if you are in the group who believe that WWE will put the strap back on Rollins at Money in the Bank, you're looking to be paid out at odds of 21/1!

There are terms attached to this offer, so bear that in mind before placing the bet. However, I think if you are looking to back Rollins to win the title. this really is the best price and deal you're going to get for Money in the Bank.

You can join 888Sport to claim the offer by FOLLOWING THIS LINK or through the banner below:

Monday, 23 May 2016

888Sport's MITB Outright Winner Odds Then & Now

With tonight's Raw being the first step on the road to Money in the Bank 2016, I thought I'd take a look at the current prices for the outright winner over at 888Sport.com.

I recorded the prices for all of the selections when the market was first installed earlier this year and thought I'd share with you the present number and point out what the odds were originally. It's possibly the last chance I can do a big post like this because we're likely to get an idea on some of the names who will definitely be in the match next month.

What I also noticed when going through the odds today is the fact that some of the names from a few months ago are no longer on the list. I'll put them in a group at the bottom just to show you who's out.

Here are the selections and their current odds. They're previous price will appear in parenthesis

Current List

Kevin Owens 2/1 (23/2)
Dean Ambrose 4/1 (10/1)
AJ Styles 6/1 (7/1)
Bray Wyatt 6/1 (23/2)
Cesaro 6/1 (23/2)
Sami Zayn 6/1 (14/1)
Seth Rollins 6/1 (23/2)
John Cena 14/1 (7/1)
Randy Orton 14/1 (23/2)
Apollo Crews 20/1 (75/1)
Baron Corbin 20/1 (75/1)
Doc Gallows 20/1 (250/1)
Finn Balor 25/1 (14/1)
Samoa Joe 25/1 (14/1)
Shinsuke Nakamura 25/1 (33/1)
Brock Lesnar 33/1 (20/1)
Chris Jericho 33/1 (50/1)
Alberto Del Rio 33/1 (50/1)
Braun Strowman 40/1 (66/1)
Dolph Ziggler 40/1 (66/1)
Kalisto 40/1 (66/1)
Karl Anderson 40/1 (250/1)
Neville 40/1 (66/1)
Rusev 40/1 (66/1)
Sheamus 40/1 (66/1)
The Miz 40/1 (66/1)
Undertaker 50/1 (60/1)
CM Punk 100/1 (40/1)
The Rock 100/1 (100/1)

Thoughts

So, of all the names on the list, it's only The Rock who remains at the price he opened at. As a guess, I would say that the adjusted lines are not all down to people having bets on the names. I would guess the way the wrestlers have been booked (or not booked) has forced the odds to be changed. For example, Doc Gallows and Karl Anderson were not on WWE TV at the point they were on the original list, so - now that they're on TV - I could see the compilers decide that 250/1 on either wrestler is too much of a liability. 

I've been predicting a Kevin Owens Money in the Bank win for quite some time, so am not surprised to see that he has moved into the role of favourite. 

The other names I have gone for - and this was a while ago - are Bray Wyatt and Finn Balor. 

Of the three, I am still rooting for Owens despite getting the better odds. I think his character is perfect for the Mr. Money in the Bank gimmick, More so than many of the previous winners, to be fair.

I'll leave you with all the other names that are no longer on the list. Expect more Money in the Bank posts soon.

Removed Names By Odds

20/1 - Ryback

25/1 - HHH

50/1 - Shane McMahon, Vince McMahon

66/1 - Bubba Ray Dudley, Big Show, Big E, Kane, Jack Swagger, Wade Barrett, Mark Henry, Erick Rowan, Titus O'Neil

125/1 - Kurt Angle

200/1 - Konnor, Luke Harper, Fernando, R-Truth, Diego, Jimmy Uso, Fandango, Damien Sandow, D-Von Dudley, Curtis Axel, Bo Dallas, Jey Uso, Goldust, Sin Cara, Stardust, Heath Slater, Darren Young, Adam Rose, Xavier Woods, Alex Riley, Tyler Breeze, Viktor, Zack Ryder

250/1 - La Sombra, Hideo Itami

500/1 - ZZ Loupe

Where To Bet On Money In The Bank 2016


Now that WWE Extreme Rules is done and dusted, it's time to look ahead to the next regular pay-per-view on the WWE calendar. This will be Money in the Bank 2016 and it'll take place on June 19th. In this post I'll add most of the sportsbooks that are accepting wagers on the event. It'll be updated as and when the markets are released.

With the Money in the Bank ladder match being a big deal for WWE storylines, a number of bookmakers have been accepting wagers on the winner as far back as earlier this year.

Bwin Sportsbook

The oddsmakers at bwin.com first opened a book on Money in the Bank on February 15th. Kevin Owens opened as a 2/1 favourite. More names have been added to the market as the months have progressed.

These odds can be found under 'Entertainment' on the sportsbook menu at bwin.com but please be advised that the company does take down its WWE markets now and again. Therefore, if you don't see any odds available when you are looking, I recommend checking back at another time.

PartySports

PartyPoker.com is a partner of the bwin Sportsbook. The company has a sportsbook on its website that mirrors the same odds and markets that can be found over at bwin.com.

If you are a poker player with Party Poker, you can use your account to bet in this sportsbook. If you aren't a client yet, you can sign up USING THIS LINK and then enter the bonus code WWELEAKS when registering to get a welcome bonus for joining via this blog.

Bovada

The Bovada Sportsbook's Money in the Bank odds were first published on the week of WrestleMania.

This is the first website on this list that caters to customers in most US States. It's either Bodog or 5Dimes. Having accounts at both sites is recommended because you can guarantee getting the odds that will secure the best return.

You Can View Bovada's WWE Markets Via This Link

Bodog

Bodog is a Canadian sportsbook that has identical odds to Bovada. Therefore, the Money in the Bank odds went up at the same time - WresteMania week.

View Bodog's WWE Betting Page

32Red Casino

The sportsbook at the 32Red Casino is another site that has been accepting betting odds on Money in the Bank since the spring.

The company is not only taking wagers on the eventual winner, it is also taking bets on when it will be cashed in and whether the cash-in will be successful or not.

The odds can be found alongside other wrestling-themed markets under 'WWE' on the sportsbook menu at 32Red.com.

Unibet

32Red, Unibet.com and the next bookie on the list (I'll get there in a moment!) all share similar odds and markets. Therefore, everything you find at one can be found at either of the other two.

I recommend joining all three, though. The reason being is you can take advantage of the three differing welcome offers.

Open a Unibet Account Via This Link

888Sport

888Sport.com is one of Europe's biggest online sportsbooks and just like with its other partners - Unibet and 32Red - has been publishing WWE odds for every PPV for quite some time. It has a whole host of specials where punters can bet on things like 'who will be WWE Champion at the end of WrestleMania 33?' The traders appear to be all-in on WWE betting. They have even put up odds for recent NXT TakeOver and WWE Network Specials to highlight this commitment.

The odds can be found under 'WWE' on the sportsbook menu at 888Sport.com.

This is a special link to get the latest offer from 888Sport

Live Extreme Rules 2016 Betting

Don't forget, you can bet live during tonight's PPV at the following websites:

5Dimes.com - will have match markets open right up to the bell of each bout.

SkyBet.com - This company is offering live betting before the start of each match. View Odds

WilliamHill.com - Is offering match betting and specials on a selection of bouts. View Odds

Betfair.com - is offering betting in-play so you can bet on the matches as the wrestlers are battling it out. View Odds Under 'Special Bets' on the Sportsbook Menu

Extreme Rules 2016 Betting Favourites

Here are the Extreme Rules 2016 betting favourites ranked in order of how strong their odds are over at 5Dimes.com.

Charlotte -1,985
The Miz -1,875
Rusev -1,870
Dean Ambrose -1,200
Roman Reigns -1,050
Baron Corbin -975
New Day -825

Bet at 5dimes

William Hill's Superman Punch O/U For Extreme Rules 2016

In a post published a short while ago, I noted that the William Hill Sportsbook has published specials for tonight's PPV.

One of the markets I missed is an Over/Under on how many Superman Punches Roman Reigns executes.

The line is set at 1.5. The 'Over' is 13/10 and the 'Under' is 4/7.

I haven't had a bet on this just yet, but think the 'Over' has a good chance of coming in if there is going to be a lot of interference as is predicted.

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Be careful, though. The bookmaker only pays out on punches made during the match. If the interference results in the bell being rung, anything after that doesn't count.

The market can be found alongside other Extreme Rules markets on William Hill's WWE Betting Page.

5Dimes' Extreme Rules 2016 Odds For 12am BST

Here are the Extreme Rules 2016 odds that are currently up at 5Dimes.com

I'll add notes below the markets that have changed between 11-12am BST.

Dolph Ziggler +525
Baron Corbin -975

Note: Baron Corbin has been backed from -900 within the past hour

Roman Reigns -1050
AJ Styles +550

The New Day -825
The Vaudevillains +475

Note: New Day's odds have shortened from -720

Charlotte -1985
Natalya +985

Note: Charlotte's price has moved from -975

Kalisto +920
Rusev -1870

Note: Rusev has been backed from -900

The Miz -1875
Field .vs. Miz +925
Cesaro +725
Kevin Owens +1100
Sami Zayn +1400

Dean Ambrose -1200
Chris Jericho +600

Bet at 5dimes

Sunday, 22 May 2016

William Hill Offering Specials For Tonight

William Hill has just published special markets for tonight's PPV.

Customers can bet on things like the fall guy in the Intercontinental Championship match, appearances and one that I have bet on...

Dean Ambrose to use a potted plant as a weapon in the asylum match.

The odds are 6/5.

These markets are found along with other Extreme Rules markets under 'TV/Specials' at WilliamHill.com. 

Extreme Rules Betting Update For 11pm BST

There has only been one Extreme Rules market that has different prices since the most recent update.

Charlotte's odds to retain the WWE Women's Championship over Natalya have gone from -840 to -975 between the hours of 10 and 11pm BST.

This has forced the oddsmakers to move Natalya out from +480 to +525.

Prices taken from 5Dimes.com.

5Dimes' WWE Extreme Rules 2016 Odds As Of 9pm BST

Below are the Extreme Rules 2016 odds from 5Dimes.com as of 9pm BST this evening.

Roman Reigns -1050
AJ Styles +550

The New Day -720
The Vaudevillains +440

Charlotte -840
Natalya +480

Kalisto +500
Rusev -900

The Miz -600
Field .vs. Miz +400
Cesaro +725
Kevin Owens +1100
Sami Zayn +1400

Dean Ambrose -1200
Chris Jericho +600

Dolph Ziggler +500
Baron Corbin -900

No change since the 5pm visit.

The Extreme Rules markets can be found under 'Other Sports' on the betting board at 5Dimes.com.

Bet at 5dimes

Last Call For Paddy Power Customers Looking To Bet On Extreme Rules 2016

Customers of PaddyPower.com have one more hour to get their bets in for WWE Extreme Rules 2016.

The oddsmakers have scheduled 10pm BST as the cut-off point for tonight's event.

Follow this link to Paddy Power's Wrestling Betting Page to view the markets before they're taken down.

Rollins Now 8/11 To Appear At Extreme Rules

Odds for former WWE World Heavyweight Champion, Seth Rollins, to make an in-house appearance during tonight's Extreme Rules pay-per-view have began to shorten at Betfair.com following reports that Rollins is in New Jersey.

Earlier today, he was available at 6/5 in Betfair's prop market where customers can have side wagers on wrestlers and personalities being shown on camera during the live show. This price has now been cut to 8/11.

It's worth noting that Rollins is expected back soon. He had also sent a tease on Facebook early this morning when he wished Roman Reigns good luck for tonight's match against AJ Styles.

This market can be found under 'Other Sports' at Betfair.com.

Longest Running Match Of The Night Selection Shortens

The Betfair Sportsbook has readjusted its prop market where customers can bet on the longest match during tonight's Extreme Rules PPV.

Earlier today, I had a look over Extreme Rules Prop Bet Markets and noted that the 20/1 on 'Any Non Title Match' was tempting on the off-chance that the main event ends up being given limited time due to AJ Style's recent ankle issues.

I reasoned that it was worth a speculative punt to go for the 20/1 despite thinking the main event will end up being the match that will be given the most time.

The 20/1 has now been cut to 6/4 while the 'World Heavyweight Championship' selections remains at 1/2.

The full market can be viewed below:

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The market can be found alongside other WWE Extreme Rules markets under the 'Special Bets' section of the Betfair Website New customers can join via the banner below and pick up the latest welcome bonus:

Another Look Through Coral's Extreme Rules 2016 Markets

It has been four days since Coral.co.uk first published its WWE Extreme Rules 2016 markets. In this post, I'll show you the current prices and then compare them to how they were when the markets were first opened on Wednesday.

Here are the odds as of 5:30pm BST today:

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The Baron Corbin versus Dolph Ziggler Kick-Off match is a new addition to the line-up on offer from Coral, so I do not have an early price for either wrestler.

The Fatal 4-Way first opened with Cesaro as the bookmakers' pick to win. He was EVENS while the current Intercontinental Champion, The Miz, was second-favourite at 11/8. Following The Miz being backed overseas, the odds roles have switched. Not only is The Miz now the favourite - he's a very short one! Kevin Owens' odds have been readjusted from 8/1 to 10/1 as has Sami Zayn's number.

The WWE Women's Championship market had opened with Charlotte as a 1/8 favourite, so the customers have backed her into 1/10. The challenger - Natalya - was 9/2 on Wednesday.

WWE Tag Team Champions - The New Day - were installed as 1/3 faves, so the customers have forced the traders to cut them right down to 1/6. The Vaudevillains were originally out at 5/2,

Kalisto's odds to retain the WWE US Championship with a victory over Rusev was initially priced at 2/1. The clients have evidently been all over a Rusev win as his price has also gone from 1/3 to 1/6.

Chris Jericho's price to win the asylum match has gone out from 2/1 to 5/1 since Wednesday. This obviously means that the customers have punted on Dean Ambrose. His odds have dropped heavily from 1/3 to 1/10.

Finally, the customers have shown heavy interest in Roman Reigns. He has been backed from 1/6 right into 1/12 while the challenger to his WWE World Heavyweight Championship has moved out from 7/2 to 6/1,

So, of all the markets that are available, all but one have seen the favourites backed since the markets went up. It'll be intriguing to see if all of these faves end up having ticks in the win column by the end of the evening. We can only wait and see.

Coral's WWE Extreme Rules 2016 markets are found under 'TV Specials' on the sportsbook menu at Coral.co.uk, Below is a banner for new customers to pick up the company's latest welcome offer:

5Dimes' Extreme Rules 2016 Odds As Of 5pm BST

Here are the Extreme Rules 2016 betting odds that are currently available from the betting board over at 5Dimes.com.

In most cases, the odds are identical to how they were at the start of the day. However, I will add a note to point out any differences.

Roman Reigns -1050
AJ Styles +550

The New Day -720
The Vaudevillains +440

Charlotte -840
Natalya +480

Kalisto +500
Rusev -900

The Miz -600
Field .vs. Miz +400
Cesaro +725
Kevin Owens +1100
Sami Zayn +1400 (has dropped from +1500)

Dean Ambrose -1200
Chris Jericho +600

Dolph Ziggler +500
Baron Corbin -900

The traders have also installed 'Initial Ruling' lines this afternoon.

Prices correct as of 5pm BST and can be viewed under 'Other Sports' at 5Dimes.com.

Bet at 5dimes

Where To Bet On WWE Extreme Rules 2016

Extreme Rules is the next pay-per-view on the WWE calendar, and it's coming up very soon, so I think it's about time to publish a post where I list most of the sportsbooks where you can bet on the event.

This post will be updated all the way through to Extreme Rules.

The bwin Sportsbook

The oddsmakers from the bwin Sportsbook published betting odds for the PPV on the Monday following the most recent show, Payback. (Read the post covering the release of the Extreme Rules odds).

If you're looking to bet on Extreme Rules, you can find the markets under 'Entertainment' on the sportsbook menu at bwin.com.

PartySports

bwin,com and PartyPoker.com are business partners. The WWE odds that bwin releases can also be found on the sportsbook that poker players can find on the Party Poker Website.

If you aren't a Party Poker customer, you can claim a welcome bonus by following this link and putting WWELEAKS as your welcome code when registering.

5Dimes Casino and Sportsbook

The 5Dimes Sportsbook published its WWE Extreme Rules 2016 on Thursday May 12th. You can read about the opening odds by following this link.

5Dimes' WWE odds are found under 'Other Sports' on the betting board over at 5Dimes.com.

Betfair

The Betfair Sportsbook installed betting odds for Extreme Rules on May 13th.

Customers of the sportsbook can bet on most of the matches scheduled to take place at the event. There are also special markets available where you can bet on referees being knocked down and which match will end up being the longest running on the night. Read about their release by following this link to the specific post.

Betfair's WWE Extreme Odds can be viewed under 'Special Bets' on the menu at Betfair.com.

32Red, 888Sport and Unibet

The trio of sportsbooks named above published their Extreme Rules odds on Saturday May 14th. You can read about the release in this post.

When available, these markets can be found under 'WWE' on the following websites (the odds are identical at all three sites): 888Sport.com, Unibet.com or 32Red.com.

Paddy Power

Paddy Power's Extreme Rules odds went up on the afternoon of Tuesday May 17th. You can view the latest prices by following this link to Paddy Power's WWE Betting Page.

Sky Bet

SkyBet.com published Extreme Rules betting odds on Wednesday May 18th. They can be viewed by following this link to Sky Bet's Wrestling Betting Page.

Coral

The oddsmakers at Coral.co.uk released their odds for the PPV on the afternoon of May 18th. Read about their release.

William Hill

William Hill's Extreme Rules markets were published on Friday morning. Read the post where I went through the early odds.

View the latest prices by following this link.

Ladbrokes

Ladbrokes' markets were published at around 5pm BST on Friday. They can be viewed by following this link.

The Extreme Rules 2016 Prop Bet Post

It's now time for one of my favourite parts of a pay-per-view weekend. It's the Prop Bet Post for Extreme Rules 2016!

If you haven't stumbled across WWELeaks.org before, what I like to do every PPV weekend is have one final look through all the prop bet markets that some bookmakers have lined up for WWE fans who like to have a punt. I look at the current prices, compare them to how they opened and then suggest how I would bet (or not bet in some cases!). 

Extreme Rules has seen four companies publish side bets for their customers. They are: Betfair.com, 888Sport.com, Unibet.com and 32Red.com. The final three on the list all share identical odds as their websites are mirrored, so - for this month - I'm using the 888Sport.com markets but please bear in mind that these odds can also be found at Unibet and 32Red.

Okay, with the long-winded introduction out of the way, the first port of call is the aforementioned 888Sport.

The company is offering two specials. The first is specific to how the Fatal 4-Way is concluded and the second is on the number of titles that change hands on the night.

Who Will Concede Defeat In The 4-Way?

I first came across this market on May 19th and here's how the odds were compiled back then:

The Miz 1/1
Sami Zayn 2/1
Cesaro 3/1
Kevin Owens 3/1

This was shortly before The Miz started seeing action in match betting overseas. The market has now seen Miz go from EVENS to 5/1. It now has:

The Miz 5/1
Sami Zayn 11/10
Cesaro 9/10
Kevin Owens 3/1

It's apparent that Sami Zayn is the person that the customers are punting on here. I originally thought it was too obvious to have Zayn as the fall guy in the bout but - if The Miz is booked to win as the potential smart money is indicating - it would have to be Zayn being the guy to do the honours. I can't see them having Cesaro fall on the banana skin for two consecutive PPVs. 

Number Of Different Titles To Change Hands During The Event

888Sport had put up these odds originally:

None 3/4
One 5/4
Two 3/1
Three 10/1
Four 20/1
Five 50/1

The 'None' has now gone out to 11/4. I suppose part of the reason is due to Rusev's odds to win the US Championship match being cut off-shore. This has also impacted the 'One' (obviously) as it has now been cut to 1/2 as has the 'Two' which has dipped from 3/1 to 2/1. Here's how it is as of the time of writing:

None 11/4
One 1/2
Two 2/1
Three 10/1
Four 20/1
Five 50/1

If you are still tempted to take the 'None', don't bother betting it here. You want know why? Read on...

All Titles To Be Retained

This is one of the many props up at Betfair.com. The company is offering 4/1 that all titles will be retained on the night. It's more valuable to take this price than what the traders at 888Sport will give you.

The market opened on May 13th and the odds available were 13/2. Therefore, it appears some customers have backed into it already.

A Referee To Be Knocked Down In Any Match?

Betfair has been accepting wagers on this one since May 13th as well. The 'Yes' was originally 8/11 and 'No' was EVENS. They are now showing 'Yes' 4/6 and 'No' 11/10, so it seems the clients like the chance of a ref bump.

I agree with the 'Yes' party. The main event has potential to end in lots of interference so can absolutely see it happening there. Another possible match with a ref bump is the submission match where Ric Flair is banned from being in Charlotte's corner. If the ref is down, it will be an opportune moment for Flair to make an appearance. Which leads me on to...

Live In-House Appearance

Good segue, eh?

The traders have compiled a list of names associated with WWE and New Jersey and they'll pay out if the person you back is shown 'in-house' during the event. The bet does not pay out on backstage skits or video packages etc.

Here's how the list looked this morning:


A visitor to the blog (Jordan Kaye) brought my attention to the following Facebook post by Seth Rollins:


If you're tempted by this tease, the 6/5 on a Seth Rollins return may tempt you even more. What I will say is he is due back imminently. Whether that means tonight is another thing. Jump to the next paragraph if you don't like fantasy booking... What would be cool tonight is if The Club take out The Usos during the tornado match and have them both injured leading to Roman Reigns entering the main event without back-up. This then leads to The Club and AJ Styles beating down Reigns before being saved by Rollins and Dean Ambrose to set up a Shield versus The Club program. 

Back to the props..

How Many Different Title Belts Will Be Used As Weapons During The Night?

This market has been available since May 18th and has three options:

No Belts 20/21
One Belt 10/11
2 Or More Belts 9/2

The odds haven't changed here. I would recommend taking a look at 'No' and then the 'One' because they won't use the same sort of spots in different matches. The '2 or More' seems too unlikely.

Longest Running Match Of The Night

This is another new prop that I haven't seen Betfair offer before. This one gives the customer the opportunity to predict which match is the longest on the night. The odds are:

World Heavyweight Championship 1/2
Women's Championship 10/1
Intercontinental Championship 5/4
Tag Team Championship 8/1
US Championship 11/8
Any Other Non-Title Match 20/1

The main event was first drawn up at 4/6, so the customers have backed that. I would have placed a bet on the World Heavyweight Championship match as it should be the longest of the night. I'm going to pass because I don't know how serious AJ Styles' ankle issues are. He has taken some time off the past week or so to rest up for this match. If I were forced to make a pick, I'd hold my nose and pick the 20/1 hoping they give Dean Ambrose and Chris Jericho a bit of time for their asylum match. In fact.. I will take that bet for real. I convinced myself in one sentence.

Total Number Of Announcer Tables Broken On The Night

This is an Over/Under market where customers were initially offered a line of 0.5 tables. The 'Over' was set at 4/6 and the 'Under' was 11/10.

I backed the 'Over' as soon as it went up. As did others because the price was cut to 1/2 within days.

On this week's episode of Raw, Roman Reigns hinted to AJ Styles that, if he felt like it during the match, he would put AJ Styles through an announce table. The hint was enough for the bookmaker to change the line to 1.5 tables.

The 'Over 1.5 Tables' is 10/11 and the 'Under' is 4/5.

As I have already backed the Over with the 0.5 line, I'm happy with my bet. I won't be looking to back the 'Over 1.5' or 'Under 1.5' now. The moral of this story is to grab the price or line whenever you can!

And there you have it for another month. Good luck if you've had a bet on any of these props!

Prices correct as of 11pm BST and available from the following websites:


2 available from:

The rest from:

New Day & Miz Prices Continue To Shorten

The respective Extreme Rules betting odds for The New Day and The Miz have continued to shorten overnight at 5Dimes.com.

I last checked out the markets for tonight's pay-per-view at 11pm BST yesterday evening. At that point, The New Day's price has just fallen from -475 into -530 while The Miz was available as a -505 favourite.

Upon making my first of many visits for today, I now find The New Day at -720 and Miz at -600.

The only other noticeable price change has been the Kevin Owens to win the Fatal 4-Way selection. It has been readjusted to +1100 from +1000.

All other markets are unchanged from the 11pm visit.

Here are the prices as of 9am BST today:

Roman Reigns -1050
AJ Styles +550

The New Day -720
The Vaudevillains +440

Charlotte -840
Natalya +480

Kalisto +500
Rusev -900

The Miz -600
The Field vs Miz +400
Cesaro +625
Kevin Owens +1100
Sami Zayn +1500

Dean Ambrose -1200
Chris Jericho +600

Dolph Ziggler +500
Baron Corbin -900

Bet at 5dimes

Saturday, 21 May 2016

Another Look Through Sky Bet's Extreme Rules Odds

Here's how the WWE Extreme Rules 2016 betting odds looked over at SkyBet.com as of 11:30pm BST this evening.

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These markets were first published on Sky Bet's Wrestling Betting Page three days ago. In this short post, I'll point out how the odds have moved since that time.

Starting with the top match on the board - Dean Ambrose's odds have shortened from 2/5 into the 1/7 they are now. His opponent - Chris Jericho - was originally priced at 7/4, so his are much better now at the 4/1.

The Miz, who has been backed to win elsewhere, has had a cut here. He had been 5/4, but now sees himself at a far shorter 1/4. Cesaro, who opened as an even money favourite, is now 100/30. Kevin Owens and Sami Zayn are both priced as they were at the time the market went live.

Sky Bet clients have backed Rusev from 2/5 to 1/6 while Kalisto's odds to retain his US Championship with a win over his nemesis have improved to entice the punters. They have moved out from 7/4 to 7/2.

The New Day .vs. The Vaudevillains, Charlotte .vs. Natalya and the main event odds remain unchanged from how they opened on the 18th.

Odds correct as of 11:30pm BST this evening. 

5Dimes' WWE Extreme Rules 2016 Betting Odds For May 21st (11PM BST)

I have just had one final look through the 5Dimes Sportsbook's Extreme Rules 2016 betting odds for the day and have only noticed one market change when contrasted to my most recent visit earlier this evening.

The market is the one for the WWE Tag Team Championship. The betting has once again gone the way of The New Day, who have now moved from -475 into -530.

As a result, The Vaudevillains have moved up to +350 from +325.

Here's how the rest of the board looked at 11pm BST:

Roman Reigns -1050
AJ Styles +550

Charlotte -840
Natalya +430

Kalisto +500
Rusev -900

The Miz -505
Field .vs. Miz +335
Cesaro +625
Kevin Owens +1000
Sami Zayn +1500

Dean Ambrose -1200
Chris Jericho +600

Dolph Ziggler +500
Baron Corbin -900

I'll return with another look through 5Dimes.com's Extreme Rules odds early tomorrow morning.

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Looking Over Paddy Power's Extreme Rules 2016 Odds Again

It has been over five days since the traders at PaddyPower.com published betting odds for tomorrow night's Extreme Rules 2016. In that time, we've seen interesting price changes off-shore, so - in this post - I'll take another look through the markets to see how the odds have changed.

The firm has still not published a market for the Kick-Off match between Baron Corbin and Dolph Ziggler. I'm unsure whether the company will offer betting on this match.

The asylum match had opened with Dean Ambrose a 1/4 favourite over Chris Jericho (5/2). The ripple effect of the price changes overseas has forced the traders to now put the babyface at a much shorter 1/7 while his adversary is now a more attractive 4/1.

I had been very high on a Chris Jericho win in this bout. I have already had bets on him at 13/5 and 3/1, but am now playing it cautiously following Ambrose's odds changing.

Charlotte had started off at 1/7 to retain the WWE Women's Championship with a win over Natalya (7/2) but she too has been backed by the Paddy Power customers. Their support has forced the firm to move the champ into 1/10 while the challenger has gone out to 5/1.

The New Day are now 1/5 to retain their WWE Tag Team Championship from the threat of The Vaudevillains. The titleholders were originally 2/5, so the clients have taken the favourites here as well. As a result of the slight adjustment, the contenders have moved out from 7/4 to 3/1.

Kalisto's odds have also moved to 3/1 from 7/4 while Rusev's price to defeat the US Champion has gone from 2/5 to 1/5.

The biggest shift has come in the market for the Intercontinental Championship. The present champ - The Miz - was originally 5/6 to keep the strap. This has now been cut heavily to the point where he is a far shorter 1/5. This has obviously led to Cesaro (11/10 to 6/1), Kevin Owens (8/1 to 9/1) and Sami Zayn (10/1 to 12/1) having their odds increased.

Roman Reigns - who will defend the WWE World Heavyweight Championship in an extreme rules match against AJ Styles - was initially introduced as a 1/5 favourite. His backers have forced the team to cut him to 1/10 while the challenger has been moved out from 11/4 to 5/1.

Prices correct as of 10pm BST this evening. The markets can be found under 'Sports Novelties' over at PaddyPower.com. 

5Dimes' Extreme Rules 2016 Odds As Of 5pm May 21st

There have been numerous price changes in the Extreme Rules 2016 betting markets at 5Dimes.com since this morning. Here are the odds for every single market.

Baron Corbin .vs. Dolph Ziggler

This market remains as it was at 10am. Dolph Ziggler is +500 and Baron Corbin is -900. The odds for Corbin had shortened from -600 somewhere between 11pm last night and 10am today.

Dean Ambrose .vs. Chris Jericho

The punters have continued to back Dean Ambrose to be victorious inside the asylum match. He is now -1,200. When I last checked in this morning his price has stayed at the -650 he had dropped to last night. The Chris Jericho option is now +600. It had been +420 at the start of the day.

Fatal 4-Way

This has been the most interesting market to watch this weekend. As you may know by now, The Miz's odds tumbled from +100 to -300 last night. This drop has continued all the way through to the -505 he is right now. 
During the nighttime, the prices for Kevin Owens (+800 to +550) and Sami Zayn (+1000 to +700) had dropped. They have now been readjusted to +1000 and +1500 respectively.
The fourth selection, Cesaro, has moved out from +400 to +625 since the start of the day.

Kalisto .vs. Rusev

The wagers continue to land the way of Rusev. He's now a -900 after starting the day at -590 (he was one of the three big movers last night). As a result of today's further interest in Rusev, the oddsmakers have moved the US Champion out from +390 to +500.

Charlotte .vs. Natalya

This market has stayed the same since at least 6:30pm on May 13th. The current odds are:

Charlotte -840
Natalya +480

The New Day .vs. The Vaudevillains

Another market that is unmoved. The New Day remain -475 faves, the challengers are +325.

Roman Reigns .vs. AJ Styles

There has been no difference in the numbers here. The WWE World Heavyweight Champion is a -1050 fave and AJ Styles is out at +550. This market has been on these numbers since the evening of May 18th.

All times are in BST. Odds correct as of 5pm BST. The latest can be viewed under 'Other Sports' at 5Dimes.com.

Betfair Offers For Extreme Rules Weekend

If you're looking to have a bet on Extreme Rules 2016 with Betfair.com and have yet to open an account with the firm, here are some welcome offers that the company is offering this weekend.

With a bit of luck, you might be able to build a bankroll in time to bet on tomorrow night's PPV.

Here's what they have. Don't forget to read the terms and conditions. I have added the some offers for Sunday, but be advised that the free bets are applied 'within 24 hours' so you might not have them in your account in time for pay-per-view. With that said, the company has a lot on tap for today...

For Today

FA Cup Final - 20/1 Crystal Palace to win OR 10/1 on Manchester United

FA Cup Final - Bet £10.Get £30 in Free Bets PLUS Treble Odds On Winning Goal Scorer Bets

Boxing - David Haye 3/1 to beat Arnold Gjergjaj

Scottish Cup - 12/1 Rangers to win in 90 Minutes (ends just before 3pm)

2000 Guineas - Galileo Gold to win at 14/1 (3:20pm Cut-Off)

For Tomorrow

International Friendly - England 8/1 to beat Turkey (closes at 5:15pm BST Sunday)

Spanish Cup - 6/1 Barcelona to lift the trophy against Sevilla (Ends 8:30pm Sunday)

Wiliam Hill's Extreme Rules 2016 Odds Back Online

The William Hill Sportsbook has republished its markets for tomorrow night's WWE Extreme Rules PPV.

In this post, I'll show you what the odds are and compare them to their earlier numbers from when they first went up yesterday.

Here are the first five match markets:

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Starting from the top, it's clear the customers have backed Roman Reigns to win the main event. He had originally opened as a 1/8 favourite. AJ Styles' price is now obviously better than it had been - it was initially 9/2.

There has been no change for The New Day versus The Vaudevillains meeting. Nor for the Women's Championship match.

Rusev's odds have dropped from 2/7 into 1/5 while Kalisto's have improved for the punter going from 5/2 into 10/3.

Dean Ambrose's price has also been cut moving from 2/9 to 1/6. A winning bet on Chris Jericho will now pay slightly better than the 3/1 available yesterday.

And then there's the Fatal 4-Way:


This has been the most topical market since last night when The Miz moved into a firm favourite off-shore.  His price has been readjusted throughout all the domestic sportsbooks since that move and he is now a short-priced favourite everywhere.

The 4/11 is a huge contrast to the 11/8 he opened at yesterday. Interestingly, Kevin Owens' number is shorter than it opened. He had originally been available at 8/1 (his price has dipped overseas as well). The other two runners - Cesaro and Sami Zayn - have had their odds enhanced from 10/11 to 5/2 and 10/1 to 12/1 respectively.

These markets appear to be scheduled to close at 10pm BST tonight. I hope to have another look through them sometime tomorrow. In the meantime, you can view the latest odds by following this link to William Hill's Wrestling Betting Page.

More Miz & IC Title Madness

The Miz is now a 1/3 favourite in the WWE Intercontinental Championship market over at Coral.co.uk.

He was still available at EVENS as of 6am BST this morning, so the change must have been made shortly after then.

Another thing I forgot to write about in the Miz Money post is that the 5Dimes.com customers have forced the bookmaker to cut the prices for a Kevin Owens and Sami Zayn win on Sunday.

Owens is now at +550 when he had been +800 last night and Sami Zayn is now +700 after being +1000.

Miz Money

It has been over eleven hours since I published yesterday's post upon noticing there were three noticeable shifts in the Extreme Rules 2016 markets at 5Dimes.com so here's a follow up.

In the previous 5Dimes post I noted the following:


  • Rusev had been backed from -350 to -590
  • Dean Ambrose from -455 to -650
  • The Miz from +100 to -300
Concentrating on these three selections, the latest odds are:

Rusev still at -590
Dean Ambrose still priced -650
The Miz now down to -505

The market for the Fatal 4-Way match has been the one many are pointing to as potential evidence to prove that smart money has been placed. If I were to be forced to go one way or another I would mildly state that it had. Emphasis on the word 'mild'. I am reluctant to be fully on board because I need to see a lot more in order to run with.

Firstly, I need to see the moves across more than just three matches to have the confidence to point to smart money having been placed. I have been running WWELeaks.org for near to three years and know that there are a lot of people who read the blog who come across on PPV weekends just to see if smart money has landed. I don't want to mislead them if I am not 100% convinced myself. There has been exception to this rule lately and this is the knowledge that the past two PPVs have seen odds change for a handful of matches, but not the entire board, days before a show.

In this case, I need more than The Miz being backed to convince me. Especially in a market where the four named selections were at plus money. If you go by how the television has been over the past three weeks, the hint of Miz winning has been there. Many regular WWE punters would have had him pegged to win this match long before last night. There is an exception here as well. In fact there are two - television would lead some to suspect Chris Jericho and Kalisto were winning. Last night's betting went the opposite direction as you can see above. So, there's that.

Another reason why I am not going to fully commit is - even though it could be argued people with knowledge of results have placed wagers where it matters - you're still gambling on Vince McMahon not changing his mind two days later. It happens.

I guess the best advice is to use your own judgement and tread carefully. That's the best approach for now.

Ladbrokes Moves Miz To 4/11

Following a flurry of bets on The Miz to retain the WWE Intercontinental Championship at Extreme Rules, the Ladbrokes Sportsbook has moved him into a 4/11 favourite.

The titleholder had opened at 7/5 on Friday and was priced at 6/5 shortly before the decision was made to cut the price.

Coral.co.uk is still offering the better value on Miz retaining his title with a win. He's still EVENS on that board. It'll be interesting to see how long he'll stay at those odds.

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Coral's WWE Extreme Rules markets are found under 'TV Specials' at Coral.co.uk.

The Best IC Title Odds For Extreme Rules Bettors

Coral is now offering the best price for two of the runners in the Fatal 4-Way match at Extreme Rules - Cesaro and The Miz.

The company has Cesaro down as a 5/4 shot to win the Intercontinental Championship from The Miz.

A short while ago, I noted that The Miz's price has descended over at 5Dimes.com. This has brought the Intercontinental Champion's odds down domestically and the best number you can pick up is the EVENS with Coral.co.uk.

If you're still looking for outside shots, you can get Kevin Owens at 8/1 and Sami Zayn at 10/1. Both of these prices are available at either SkyBet.com or PaddyPower.com.

Friday, 20 May 2016

Three Movers In Extreme Rules Betting At 5Dimes

There has been heavy betting on some of the selections in the Extreme Rules 2016 markets at 5Dimes.com since I last tracked the entire board earlier today.

The Big Moves at a Glance

  • Rusev being backed from -350 into -590
  • Dean Ambrose's price shortening from -455 to -650
  • The Miz having a steep drop from +140 to -300 in the Fatal 4-Way market

Here's a rundown of all the markets.

Kick-Off Match

The Kick-Off Match market opened earlier this evening. There has been no change so far. Dolph Ziggler is +400 and Baron Corbin is -600.

Asylum Match

As noted, Dean Ambrose has been backed from the -455 he was at the start of the day into -650. Chris Jericho has gone out from +315 to +420.

Fatal 4-Way

The Miz is now the -300 I mentioned above. His price has plummeted from +140. Cesaro has gone out from +100 to +320. The prices for Kevin Owens (+800) and Sami Zayn (+1000) have stuck.

'The Field .vs. The Miz' has gone out from -180 to +220 in the same period.

US Championship

Rusev's backing from -350 to -590 has forced the oddsmakers to move Kalisto from +250 to +390.

WWE Tag Team Championship

No change since the start of the day. The tag champs are -475 and The Vaudevillains are +325.

WWE Women's Championship

No change. Charlotte is -840, Natalya is +480.

WWE World Heavyweight Championship

No difference here as well. Roman Reigns is still a -1,050 favourite and AJ Styles is +550.

The prices were all correct as of 11pm BST. The latest can be viewed under 'Other Sports' over at 5Dimes.com.

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Extreme Rules 2016 Kick-Off Odds From 5Dimes

5Dimes.com is now offering customers the opportunity to wager on the Extreme Rules Kick-Off match.

The bout will be see Dolph Ziggler take on Baron Corbin under no disqualification rules.

Corbin is a -600 favourite to do what he was unable to do at Payback and defeat Ziggler. A winning punt on the latter will pay out at odds of +400.

The addition of this market now means 5Dimes is accepting bets on seven of the eight matches set for Sunday. No firm has published prices for the tornado tag match as of the time of publishing.

Odds correct at 6:30pm BST.

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Ladbrokes' Extreme Rules Odds Are Now Available

The Ladbrokes Sportsbook has become the latest company to publish betting odds for this weekend's WWE Extreme Rules PPV.

These markets are hot off the press.

Baron Corbin is 1/7 to defeat Dolph Ziggler on the pre-show. The latter is 4/1.

Cesaro has been installed at EVENS to claim the WWE Intercontinental Championship in the Fatal 4-Way match. Current titleholder, The Miz, is 7/5, Kevin Owens is 8/1 and Sami Zayn is 10s.

Kalisto is 5/2 to retain the US Championship with a win over Rusev. A successful punt on the challenger will pay out at 1/4.

Charlotte is a strong 1/9 in her defence of the WWE Women's Championship. Her challenger - Natalya - is 9/2.

The Vaudevillains are 3/1 outsiders to secure a win a over WWE Tag Team Champions - The New Day (1/5).

Chris Jericho is 14/5 to defeat Dean Ambrose in the asylum cage match. A win by Ambrose will be paid out at 2/9.

Roman Reigns is the heaviest favourite on the board. He's 1/10 to defeat AJ Styles in the main event of the night. On the other side of the market, Styles has been given 5/1.

This now means that every single firm that published markets for Payback have compiled prices for Extreme Rules.

Odds correct as of 5pm BST this evening. You can view them by following this link to Ladbrokes' WWE Betting Page.

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William Hill's Extreme Rules 2016 Odds

The William Hill Sportsbook has published betting odds for this weekend's WWE Extreme Rules PPV.

As of the time of writing, the oddsmakers have compiled markets for six of the matches scheduled to take place on the night.

They have installed Charlotte as a 1/8 favourite to retain the WWE Women's Championship in the submission match against Natalya (9/2).

Cesaro is 10/11 to win the Fatal 4-Way for the WWE Intercontinental Championship. To do so, he must pin or submit The Miz (11/8), Kevin Owens (8/1) or Sami Zayn (10/1).

Rusev is a short 2/7 to win the US Championship meeting between he and titleholder, Kalisto. If you think Kalisto will leave New Jersey with another victory, the bookmaker will pay out at odds of 5/2.

The New Day are favourites to defeat The Vaudevillains. The champs are 1/4 and the challengers are 11/4.

Roman Reigns is 1/8 to best AJ Styles in the extreme rules match. The traders have given 9/2 on there being an upset.

Finally, Chris Jericho is a 3/1 outsider to outlast Dean Ambrose inside the asylum cage match. If you believe the latter will end up scoring the win, you can get 2/9 here.

In my opinion, Jericho winning the cage match is worth a shot. The 3/1 being offered here is the best available price you can currently get from all of the European bookmakers with Extreme Rules markets.

Odds correct as of 12pm BST today. They can be viewed by following this link to William Hill's Extreme Rules odds.

New Day Seeing More Action

It has been eleven hours since I last checked in with the Extreme Rules 2016 that are up at 5Dimes.com. Only market appears different to how the board looked at that time.

The WWE Tag Team Championship market has seen the selection for The New Day shorten even more. They're now available at -475. They had been -380 last night.

The team has been dropping since the market was first opened on May 12th. The champs opened as -245 favourites back then.

On the other side of the coin, The Vaudevillains - who opened at +175 - are now +325. They had been +260 yesterday.

The entire board can be viewed below:

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Prices correct as of 9am BST. 

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