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Complete WWE Money In The Bank Odds and Betting Preview: Ronda Rousey vs. Natalya and More

Money in the Bank is just one day away. This year’s card is packed with title matches and the titular gimmick matches. So who do oddsmakers think will walk away with some of the industry's biggest prizes?
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Complete WWE Money In The Bank Odds and Betting Preview: Ronda Rousey vs. Natalya and More

Money in the Bank is just one day away. This year’s card is packed with title matches and the titular gimmick matches. So who do oddsmakers think will walk away with some of the industry's biggest prizes?

WWE Money In The Bank Betting Preview

Raw Women’s Championship match

This is a no-doubter. Oddsmakers believe that there’s little chance that Bianca Belair doesn’t walk away with the victory. The Raw Women’s champion is given -1000 odds, or an implied 90.9% chance to retain her title.

Carmella is given +500 odds, or an implied 16.7% chance to win. That ties her for the worst odds of any wrestler on the card not in a Money in the Bank match.

Raw Women’s Championship Odds

-100090.9% Bianca Belair
+50016.7% Carmella

Men’s Money in the Bank match

Seth Rollins remains the clear favorite to win his second Money in the Bank briefcase. However, his odds have decreased since last Friday when he was given -200 odds. Rollins now sits at -175, that’s still an implied 63.7% chance.

The two biggest movers have been Drew McIntyre and Riddle. McIntyre was given +250 odds but has seen those move to +175. Meanwhile, Riddle moved from off the market entirely to +250.

There’s an outside shot that WWE throws in a surprise, but it feels almost certain that one of those three is going to walk out victorious.

Men’s Money in the Bank Odds

-17563.7% Seth Rollins
+17536.4% Drew McIntyre
+25028.6% Riddle
+75011.8% Sami Zayn
+10009.1% 7th participant
+14006.7% Omos
+20004.8% Sheamus

Women’s Money in the Bank match

Last Friday there was a three-way tie atop the Women’s market. Each of Becky Lynch, Alexa Bliss, and Liv Morgan were given +175 odds. However, odds movements have made Lynch the clear favorite at -120, or an implied 54.6% chance of victory. Bliss and Morgan are now tied for second at +250, or an implied 28.6% chance to come out on top.

There’s an outside shot for Lacey Evans or Asuka as well, as both are given better than a 10% chance to win. Like with the men though, it would be a shock if one of the top 3 didn’t pull down the briefcase.

Women’s Money in the Bank Odds

Becky Lynch-12054.6%
Alexa Bliss+25028.6%
Liv Morgan+25028.6%
Lacey Evans+70012.5%
Asuka+90010%
Raquel Rodriguez+10009.1%
Shotzi+25003.8%

Smackdown Women’s Championship match

Ronda Rousey is the biggest favorite on the card. The Smackdown Women’s champion is given -1250 odds, or an implied 92.6% chance of victory. Leaving little doubt that she’ll retain her title.

Natalya is given +500 odds, or an implied 16.7% chance to win. That ties her with Carmella for the worst odds of anyone not in a Money in the Bank match.

Smackdown Women’s Championship Odds

Ronda Rousey-125092.6%
Natalya+50016.7%

Tag Team Championship match

The Bloodline will not be denied. The Usos are given -500 odds, or an implied 83.3% chance to retain their titles. The Usos have lost their last 4 matches, both single and tag team, leading up to Money in the Bank.

Meanwhile, the Street Profits, who’ve won their last 3 matches against the Usos, are given +300 odds, or a 25% chance to pull off the upset.

Tag Team Championship Odds

The Usos-50083.3%
The Street Profits+30025%

United States Championship match

This is the closest title match on the card. Theory is favored to retain his title with -200 odds, or an implied 66.7% chance. However, Bobby Lashley isn’t far behind. The Almighty is given +138 odds, or an implied 42% chance to come out on top.

If there’s a surprise title change on Saturday night, oddsmakers believe this might be it.

United States Championship Odds

Theory-20066.7%
Bobby Lashley+13842%

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