The 5Dimes Sportsbook has been offering markets on professional wrestling pay-per-views for quite some time. The company accepts customers from many countries and is often always the first website to post PPV odds.
This sportsbook has opened some WWE markets up with weeks to go before a PPV. However, for the most recent Hell in a Cell event, the odds were first posted on the Friday before the show.
One of the popular reasons to choose 5Dimes to bet on World Wrestling Entertainment matches is due to the odds for each match being available right up to the bell. All the other websites on this list take down the betting before the PPV.
You can visit the sportsbook via 5Dimes.com or 5Dimes.eu
Sky is a perfect brand to host betting on World Wrestling Entertainment as it is the company that airs World Wrestling Entertainment programming in Great Britain and other parts of Europe. I have listed this company second on this list because it is the first of the British-known sports betting companies to post the odds each PPV week.
In the past, I have seen pay-per-view odds posted on a Wednesday or Thursday before a PPV weekend. In the case of Hell in a Cell, Sky Bet opened a market on Friday evening. This happened to be a few hours before 5Dimes.
When the odds are up, you can find WWE markets under 'Wrestling' on the homepage of SkyBet.com
The Irish bookmaker, PaddyPower.com has been offering WWE markets for quite a while. The firm usually posts the odds on the Saturday before a PPV Sunday. They stuck with this approach for Hell in a Cell. One of the positives of betting on WWE events with Paddy Power is that it is possible to place your selections in multiple bets. For instance, for Hell in a Cell, I placed a Lucky 15 bet (all four selections lost, but that's beside the point!).
I've had a number of people tell me they have trouble finding the WWE events at PaddyPower.com. To help ease any confusion, I've set up a link that will direct you straight to the Paddy Power WWE betting page. As noted, the odds only go live on the weekend of each pay-per-view so the link won't show any markets until then.
If you want to go to the main website, you can do so via PaddyPower.com
William Hill is a well-known brand throughout the world and it too offers betting on World Wrestling Entertainment matches.
The odds for each show are usually available on the Saturday. However, there are times when the prices are taken down so the odds adjusters can reset the lines.
Just like with Paddy Power, it is possible to place multiple bets on each card.
WWE betting is found under 'TV/Specials' of the sports menu at WilliamHill.com
There are other bookmakers that have opened up markets on WWE matches in the past. However, they pick the main shows to accept wagers. I don't know whether Survivor Series is still regarded as one of the major shows on the WWE calendar these days so am unsure whether the following websites will offer Survivor Series betting. It's worth looking, I suppose.
I hope this post has done a good job pointing you in the right direction and that it has given you a head-start finding the best odds.