Tuesday, 23 January 2018

Ladbrokes/Coral Publish Rumble 2018 Odds

Ladbrokes has published its 2018 WWE Royal Rumble betting market.

The firm has installed Shinsuke Nakamura at an extremely short 1/4 to win the battle royal.

Other names near the top of the list are: Roman Reigns (4/1), Daniel Bryan (7/1), John Cena (8/1), Dolph Ziggler (10/1), Finn Balor (10/1), Seth Rollins (10/1) and Braun Strowman (11/1).

The names continue all the way down to Barack Obama, who is 2,500/1.

13 comments:

  1. Geez 1/4.. If it turns out true then the winner has been staring at us in the face the entire time for the past few weeks. He's not in my top 3 currently, though.

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    1. I stand by what I've been writing for weeks, Nakamura should not be the favourite.

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  2. Ziggler not appearing again.... Gaaah I can't resist those 10/1 odds. Had another small punt.

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  3. After SD it looks like Nakamura vs Orton is coming

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    1. Been looking like Nakamura .vs. Orton long before last night!

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    2. You think they can feud to WM?

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    3. Yes, because if the FastLane main event is what it appears to be, they aren't going to be in a singles match against each other on PPV until at least Mania.

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    4. (If Nak/Orton is going where I think it's heading, of course)

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  4. Is it common practice for WWE to tell a venue the planner card? Strikes me as truly bizarre if the rumour is true

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    1. They tell venues ahead of time what matches will likely be on the card (all subject to change), but they went one step further with the video.

      Last time - from memory - that a main event for a PPV was announced by an arena was the Roadblock 2016 main. It turned out to be correct.

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    2. The Roadblock from December of 2016, by the way. Not the one from March.

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    3. Cheers for the response.
      Surprised it doesn't leak more often if that's the case!

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