Sunday, 9 September 2018

2 More WWE TV Markets From Sky Bet

Sky Bet has added two more markets for next week's WWE TVs.

Customers can now place wagers on a tag team match scheduled for Raw and a singles match that's on the books for Smackdown.

Ronda Rousey and Natalya are - as of 6PM BST this evening - 1/3 favourites to get a decision over their opponents, Alicia Fox and Alexa Bliss (9/4).

WWE Smackdown Women's Champion - Charlotte Flair - will meet Sonya Deville in a non-title match on Tuesday night. Flair is a 4/11 favourite. Her opponent is 2/1.

The two markets are in addition to a market for Tuesday's The Bar .vs.  Rusev Day match that has been available to customers since Wednesday. Sheamus and Cesaro - who were 5/4 in midweek - have been 11/10 for a few days. Rusev Day is now 4/6, but was 4/7.

6 comments:

  1. I think Bar will win because of two reasons -

    1) Bar is a heel team

    2) New Day vs Bar has been announced for Super sshowdown

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    1. Judging by the betting I wonder if we are going to get a triple threat?

      Betting has hardly been touched and that's normally a sign that something is going to go down.

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  2. I'd be careful with the 2 favourites in these matches. With it being just before a PPV, a chance for an outsider get to the win to play into the storylines (Alexa getting a win over Natalya, with her likely losing Sunday. And Becky costing Charlotte, if Charlotte wins Sunday)

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    1. Spot on Martin regarding the Women's matches.

      WWE 9 times out of 10 has the loser of the upcoming PPV match standing tall on the go home show before the PPV.

      Not touching Charlotte @ 2/5 when Becky and Mandy could cost Charlotte.

      Alexa could easily pin or make Nattie tap again whilst Ronda is chasing Fox around ringside or up the ramp.

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    2. 9 times out of 10 is being far too kind.

      The go-home Raw approach hasn't really been working well for quite some time.

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