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Who’s Favored to Have The Most Royal Rumble Eliminations?

Other than winning the Royal Rumble itself and clinching a title shot at Wrestlemania, the honor and glory of scoring the most eliminations is the only consolation that can be attained Whoever eliminates the most opponents during the 30 man rumble historically have had bright futures.

Take Diesel in 1994. While he didn’t outright win the rumble, he as a newcomer to the WWE made a name for himself by eliminating 7 men. This is same number of eliminations by another newcomer, Yokozuna who did end up winning the rumble and went on to defeat Bret Hart at Wrestlemania 9 for the WWF Championship.

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Kane set a new record at 11 eliminations in 2001 and this record wouldn’t be broken until 2014 by Roman Reigns. Reigns lost that year’s rumble but redeemed himself by winning it all in 2015. Roman would go on to win the WWE Championship 3 times and The United States Title once since then. He is currently set to challenge Kevin Owens for the WWE Universal Championship at this month’s Royal Rumble on the WWE Network.

Based in Ireland, Paddy Power is offering odds on who will eliminate the most opponents and currently the best odds are on Braun Strowman with odds of 1/2. This means a successful $2 bet would yield only $1. That’s how strong this forecast is at the moment. The actual probability would be a 66% chance of Braun throwing the most men out. Strowman also has the best odds and is tied with The Undertaker to win the entire rumble at 3/1, but that’s only a 33% probability as opposed to the 66% to get the most eliminations. The machine is clearly behind Strowman.

Samoa Joe has the second most favorable odds at 5/2, which would be a $2 bet to win $5. Rumors of Joe being fast tracked to a key Wrestlemania match are abound. He isn’t even on the main roster at this point nor has he even been announced as an entrant in the rumble. These odds beg the question of if someone has true, ironclad insider information or the hysteria over the gossip has forced the sportsbook to move the odds to maintain a “balanced book”.

Goldberg is currently at 4/1 and this is a recent sway of the odds as he was at 10/1 as of Sunday. This is the only line that moved as far as most eliminations go.

Baron Corbin is the next most favored at 11/1 and not far behind ties at 10/1 odds are Goldberg, Brock Lesnar and Finn Balor. Like Samoa Joe, Balor is has not been announced for the rumble. Finn is actually still healing from an injury sustained after a barrier bomb by Seth Rollins.

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Here is the full list of odds from Paddy Power. You’ll notice some names that have not been announced for the rumble and a bet and these odds do not guarantee an appearance in the match. This is “All in, Compete or Not” grading. The sportsbook keeps the wager in the event of the wrestler not competing. This is fair because in cases like Samoa Joe, Finn Balor and even Triple H, the speculation is factored into the odds and in some cases driving them.

Most Royal Rumble Eliminations 2017

Braun Strowman 1/2

Samoa Joe 5/2

Goldberg 4/1

Baron Corbin 11/2

Brock Lesnar 10/1

Finn Balor 10/1

Roman Reigns 14/1

Seth Rollins 14/1

Chris Jericho 14/1

Randy Orton 14/1

Undertaker 14/1

John Cena 16/1

Cesaro 16/1

Big Cass 16/1

Kevin Owens 20/1

Bray Wyatt 20/1

Sheamus 22/1

Sami Zayn 25/1

Dean Ambrose 25/1

The Miz 25/1

Dolph Ziggler 33/1

Big Show 33/1

Kane 33/1

Triple H 33/1

Kofi Kingston 33/1

Rusev 33/1

Big E 40/1

Neville 50/1

Kalisto 66/1

Goldust 66/1

These odds can be followed at Paddy Power

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5 Dimes Sportsbook Review

Our main resource for odds on wrestling matches is 5Dimes. This sportsbook has been in business since 1996 and has been operating on the internet since 1998. One of the most trustworthy gambling sites in the world offers fast and easy payouts on winnings and 24/7 customer service. Registration is free for players across the globe and there is no obligation to place any wagers.

The free registrations grant the opportunity to view and wager on the odds for not just pro wrestling PPVs, but for all major sporting events like Futbol and Cricket. They even offer casino games such as poker and slot machines that involve real money or the option to just “play for fun”. Our favorite is the Lucha Libre slots.

Deposits are especially easy with this sportsbook. Credit Cards are accepted and the emerging e-currrency BitCoin is now accepted as well. Bets can be placed for as low as 50 cent and Reduced Juice is offered on many games.

While 5Dimes has the reputation for posting odds well in advance, Reduced Juice is frequently offered on the day of certain games. Reduced Juice slashes the “vig” of the sportsbook in half from -110 to -105 and this allows you to win more on wagers and people love taking advantage of this.

New players can get a 50% bonus free play reward on deposits from $100 – $400. A $100 dollar deposit would yield an extra. After that they are offering an additional 20% bonus play up to $2000 for a total free play bonus of $520. There are other rewards are available for casino games as well.

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Bret “Hitman” Hart vs Ricky “The Dragon” Steamboat

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Today’s Video of the week is one of my early childhood favorites in while I wasn’t “Smart” to the business, I knew a good match when I saw one. My opinion wasn’t pursuaded by the announcers or the Apter mags, but simply a gut instinct. This match was viewed by me via the local video store at the rental price of 99 cent. I believe it was called “The Hart Foundation’ which was a compilation tape which was commonplace at the time. I believe ‘Titan Sports’ released about 9 Hulk Hogan tapes much to many west-coast observers chagrin. Anyhow Bret ‘Hitman’ Hart has been very public in a positive light about his love for today’s ‘Video of the day’. Every wrestler has an ego, you almost have to one to thrive in this tough industry, and while I’m a huge fan of this match, I believe that Bret wanted this match to be seen by his peers, insiders, and general fans alike because quite simply Ricky Steamboats’ match with Randy Savage was known as one of the best matches of all-time, and if you’ve followed Bret Hart closely, he often displays a “I can do what you can do, but I can do it better” psychology. In Bret’s mind not only does he believe he was better that Savage, but he def believes that this match is better than Savage’s match with Steamboat at ‘Mania. You be the judge. The Match can be viewed at the 18 minute mark of this video. Enjoy it..We all know that Bret has. –BR

NEW WWE Smackdown Women’s Championship Decided at Backlash

Smackdown has unveiled a new brand specific Women’s Championship and even though replicas are already available for pre-order, the first ever champion will not be decided until September 11 at Backlash. This event will be the first brand exclusive pay-per-view for Smackdown and will air on the WWE Network.

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While the Raw Brand has WWE Women’s Champion Charlotte, the addition of top fan favorite Bayley, and other proven talents like Paige and Sasha Banks, leading many to speculate that the Smackdown Women’s division will be destined for inferiority. Backlash will be the night 6 women attempt to prove the critics wrong and blow audiences around around the globe. The opportunity has presented itself to create a new standard for women’s wrestling and make Smackdown be can’t miss television.

A Six Pak Challenge has been set for Backlash and will feature Nikki Bella, Carmella, Naomi, Alexa Bliss, Becky Lynch and Natalya. The same night this match was made Becky defeated Bliss with the disarmer and Nikki Bella was attacked in the ring by Carmella. This upcoming collision is heating up!

Following the betting odds for WWE events are very useful when it comes to predicting winners and at the moment they have not yet been released for WWE Backlash but will be very soon at 5dimes sportsbook. There is no obligation to gamble and no credit card is necessary to view the sportsbook.

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Dean Ambrose vs AJ Styles Announced For WWE Backlash

After a decisive victory over former 15 time World Champion John Cena at Summerslam, AJ Styles now considers himself as “the face that runs the place” and #1 contender to the WWE Championship. Smackdown GM Daniel Bryan couldn’t agree more and made the match for Backlash, Smackdown Live’s first ever exclusive pay-per-view available at the WWE Network.

Bryan also forced AJ to wrestle Dolph Ziggler on Smackdown with the stipulation being that Ziggler would be competing for entry into the Backlash Title Match making it a Triple Threat. Styles destroyed Ziggler with a Styles Clash and has champion Dean Ambrose all to himself.

While many consider AJ Styles to be the best wrestler in the world currently, Dean Ambrose has been a strong champion since winning Money in the Bank, cashing in on Seth Rollins that night and ultimately pinning Roman Reigns in the Shield’s Triple Threat Match. Dean also successfully defended the WWE Championship in a multitude of instances around the globe including WWE Summerslam against Dolph Ziggler. Now that AJ has become acclimated with a WWE ring, this appears to be the most threatening challenger to date for Ambrose.

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New Elimination Chamber Matches Betting Odds

The following odds are courtesy of 5Dimes, a sportsbook accepting players from across the globe and accepting Visa, Mastercard, American Express and Bitcoin.

Sports Books are now offering betting odds on two additional matches on Sunday’s Elimination Chamber. Not much has changed as far as projected winners of the Men’s and Women’s chamber matches with Roman Reigns and Alexa Bliss still favored to win their respective matches.

Asuka is so heavily favored against Nia Jax, she has the most favorable odds of the entire event at. It would be grossly wasteful to sacrifice Asuka’s long undefeated streak that has been built for over two years. Especially considering Asuka has earned a championship opportunity at Wrestlemania less than two months away. A Nia Jax upset would be unfathomable, so expect these odds to widen leading into the event. The global market have now opened up to wagering so this could be happening right now.

In what are relatively close odds, “Woken” Matt Hardy is slightly favored to defeat Bray Wyatt. Both men are unpredictable, as is the outcome of this match. An insider leak from within the WWE could move these lines.





Men’s Elimination Chamber

Roman Reigns -600

Braun Strowman +400

Seth Rollins +600

Finn Balor +1700

John Cena +2000

The Miz +3500

Elias +4300

Women’s Elimination Chamber

Alexa Bliss -280

Sasha Banks +190

Bayley +575

Sonya Deville +600

Mickie James +2500

Mandy Rose +4500

Singles Matches

Asuka -750 vs Nia Jax +450

Matt Hardy -215 vs Bray Wyatt +165

Source – 5Dimes


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VIDEO – Ronda Rousey Joins WWE and is Training for Wrestlemania

Ronda Rousey Joining WWE to Perform as Full Time Pro Wrestler

One year away from her last fight as an MMA professional fighter, Ronda Rousey, made a rowdy entrance in the WWE world at the end of the Royal Rumble in Philadelphia. It was the glamorous moment of her long-awaited enrollment as a full-time professional wrestler.

And, just as she declared in a press conference, it appears that this is her life at the moment and wrestling is her first priority. Wanting to assure her fans and, probably, the WWE management, she insisted that she’s focusing on this for the next years and also wanted to make it clear that it’s not a one-time thing, a publicity stunt.

In spite of Rousey’s shocking appearance at the first ever exclusively female Royal Rumble, “Rowdy”, was not billed at the event. Her in-ring debut seems to be scheduled on April 8, in New Orleans, as she herself suggested in Philadelphia, by pointing at the sign of WrestleMania.

The nickname “Rowdy” is her tribute to Roddy Piper and she proudly wore the legendary wrestler’s leather jacket at the Royal Rumble. Rousey’s intentions to join professional wrestling were longtime signaled as she made an in-ring appearance with The Rock and Triple H back in 2015. But she left no doubt of her serious intention to the crowd as she stared down Charlotte Flair, Alexa Bliss and this year Rumble’s winner, the Japanese superstar Asuka, before shaking hands with Stephanie McMahon, WWE executive. She did not make her entrance at the main event of the Royal Rumble, the 30-woman match, but surely her bit right after Asuka’s victory was one moment to remember, making the Japanese wrestling star refuse to shake her hand.

The Asuka win gave her the right to challenge Flair or Bliss at WrestleMania, but Rousey’s insertion in WWE might change the championship equation.

It is well known that Rousey is a long time wrestling fan and last year she had several appearances for the WWE audience. Before the official launch of her personal website, she distributed a video featuring her training inside on a wrestling ring. Likewise, Wrestling Observer Newsletter had previously reported that the former mixed martial arts star is getting trained at the WWE performance Centre in East Orlando. And even though she insisted that she had no WWE deal concluded yet, it was later revealed that she fully committed to professional wrestling. Considering the late events and her last public output she made things clear about her future career. As herself stated on her Instagram account, her road to WrestleMania has begun.

Ronda Jean Rousey changed the MMA world in only four years of activity. After her bronze medal in 2008, the first American woman to won an Olympic medal in judo, she won twelve consecutive MMA fights, eleven of them in the first round. She became an Ultimate Fighting Championship star and she is the last Strikeforce Champion, a truly inspirational women’s bantamweight all-time champion. In her last year as a professional MMA fighter, she was ranked by two magazines as the most “dominant” athlete.

In the last years, she became the best-known MMA woman fighter in the world and a pop culture public figure as her fame expanded beyond the Octagon. Hosting entertainment show such as “Saturday Night Live” and developing an active acting career.

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Elimination Chamber Predictions

For every WWE major event, I put up my predictions on who will win each match. My predictions are my own and are based on my opinions as a former professional wrestler, and lifelong wrestling fan. I have no need to copy others work, or fake my opinions, what would the point be?

This year Elimination Chamber is in Sin City, Las Vegas!!! Tickets are available on Stubhub and Ticket Liquidator right now, so get them before they are gone!

Elimination Chamber is one of WWE’s more ridiculous special events. I am curious to see how it works out this year, as historically the match had fewer entrants. This year we also see the first ever Women’s Elimination Chamber Match! There have been a lot of firsts for Women’s Wrestling this year, but I am still waiting for WWE to create an all women’s WRESTLING show for the network. Now on to the matches!

Raw Tag Team Title Match:
The Bar(C) vs Titus Brand – Titus Brand is crafty, but will Titus O’Neill and Apollo Crews be able to work together well enough to capture the titles? I think if they do, it will be by a fluke incident. I give this match to The Bar.

“Woken” Matt Hardy vs. Bray Wyatt – This match better get weird otherwise I am going to be sorely disappointed. There is a lot of potential in this feud, if WWE doesn’t waste the opportunity. I am going with Hardy on this one.

Ronda Rousey’s official Raw Contract Signing to take place at WWE Elimination Chamber – I also think she will be the 7th entrant in the women’s elimination chamber, as only 6 women are currently announced, yet 7 men are announced for the men’s match.

Asuka vs. Nia Jax – This may be MOTN in my opinion. I think people will leave this match with a whole new respect for Nia Jax. I feel she does not get the push she deserves at all. On that note, I think Asuka is clearly going to win this match, but probably by DQ.

The first-ever Women’s Elimination Chamber Match for the RAW Women’s Title – Alexa Bliss(C) must defend her title against: Mickey James, Sasha Banks, Bayley, Sonia Deville, and Mandy Rose. My prediction is Ronda Rousey is going to tear this field apart. If she isn’t in this match, my money is on Sasha Banks.

Men’s Elimination Chamber Match (Winner to face Brock Lesnar for the Universal Title at WrestleMania) We have 7 men in this match… 7! John Cena, Roman Reigns, Braun Strowman, Finn Baylor, The Miz, Seth Rollins and our favorite singer, Elias. I want Braun Strowman to win, but we all know how WWE hates their fans, and I predict Reigns will come out on top.

Overall I am looking forward to this event, despite its slightly predictable storylines. I am really looking forward to the women’s matches on the card as always!

 

If you can’t make it in person, you can still catch it LIVE on the WWE Network, new subscribers get at least a month for FREE!

If you are interested in putting your money where your mouth is, check out the latest lines on Elimination Chamber here and check back for latest odds!

Elimination Chamber Early Betting Odds (2018)

These betting odds are courtesy of Grosvenor Casinos, a sports book and casino operating in London serving players from the United Kingdom and Republic of Ireland. 

Odds are also available through 5Dimes, a sports book accepting players from all over the world. 

Both the Men’s and Women’s Elimination Chamber matches now have betting odds available at Grosvenor Casinos operating in London. On the line in the Men’s Chamber is a title shot for the Universal Championship against Brock Lesnar at Wrestlemania. Since Roman Reigns has been rumored all along to be facing Lesnar in the main event, it is not at all shocking that Roman is soundly favored at -670.

The only other choice that stands a chance according to these odds is Braun Strowman, who has odds of +200. Brock vs Braun in a rematch from last year’s No Mercy is a match is an outside possibility and many fans would prefer Lesnar “catching these hands” again to another Roman push. If there is going to be a last minute change to the Wrestlemania booking, Strowman challenging for Raw’s top prize would be the most conceivable option.

While Elias’ odds are a dismal +2500, he has a major opportunity to deliver a career elevating performance in this match considering the star power he will be competing with. The former Drifter would be wise to make the most of this valuable opportunity.

The Raw Women’s Championship will be defended by Alexa Bliss in the first ever Women’s Chamber and she is of course favored at -295 to successfully retain. Sasha Banks has the next best odds at +150 and could dethrone Bliss. These odds aren’t nearly as wide as the Men’s Chamber as the trend of the women’s division being less predictable continues.



Men’s Elimination Chamber

Roman Reigns -670

Braun Strowman +200

Seth Rollins +600

Finn Balor +1500

John Cena +1500

Elias +2500

The Miz +3300

Women’s Elimination Chamber

Alexa Bliss -295

Sasha Banks +150

Bayley +550

Sonya Deville +550

Mickie James +1700

Mandy Rose +3300

Source- Grosvenor Casinos

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What Match Will Main Event Wrestlemania?(Betting Odds)

The following betting odds are sourced from Grosvenor Casinos, an outfit with a sports book serving the United Kingdom and Republic of Ireland.

Wrestlemania season is often filled with speculation on which of the matches will be put in the main event slot and be the final match of the event. It is considered the greatest of honors to go on last on the biggest and most monumental show of the year. While the matches for “The Show of Shows” is yet non-existent, it is slowly coming together the card draws near. There have also been many rumors from insiders as to what the announced matches will end up being.

Grosvenor Casinos is offering odds on what the finale of Wrestlemania will be and the favorite is a match that has been the long rumored Wrestlemania 31 rematch of Brock Lesnar vs Roman Reigns. This match is favored at -150, and even though Roman didn’t win the Royal Rumble to challenge for Lesnar’s Universal Championship, he will be competing in the Elimination Chamber in hopes of getting this title opportunity. Beings as Reigns has main evented the past 3 Wrestlemanias, these odds are completely sensible.

The Undertaker has even odds of +100 to be featured against any opponent in the main event. While Taker seemingly had his final match last year in the main event of Wrestlemania 33 against Roman Reigns, leaked information suggests another match in the works. There are even universally believed rumors of Taker and John Cena finally having Wrestlemania match and strangely there are no odds on that specific match.





The Divas Revolution is apparently still going, with the ultimate goal being a Women’s match main eventing Wrestlemania. Women’s bouts have already main events recent PPVs and TV Shows, the latest being the first ever Women’s Royal Rumble in Philadelphia. This match made history and while Asuka won the match against 29 other women, she was overshadowed by a Ronda Rousey showing up afterwards. It would not be surprising to learn that Rousey’s involvement with Wrestlemania are the reason a Women’s match going on last is a respectable +100, an even bet.

About the only match officially announced is Shinsuke Nakamura challenging A Styles for the WWE Championship and this match has odds of +200. Another bet being accepted, while it is unlikely he will even show up at the event, see Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson having odds of +300 to main event. One possible match for Ronda Rousey being rumored would be her teaming up with Braun Strowman to take on Triple H and Stephanie McMahon and that match has odds of +300. If WWE could get The Rock for this match, which is what they are believed to want, it would be a payoff to a Wrestlemania 31 angle that took place when Rousey first appeared in a WWE ring.

WrestleMania Main Event(Final Match of the Event)
Brock Lesnar vs Roman Reigns -150
Any Women’s Match +100
Any Match Featuring The Undertaker +100
AJ Styles vs. Shinsuke Nakamura +200
Any Match Featuring The Rock +300
Braun Strowman and Ronda Rousey vs Triple H and Stephanie McMahon +300
Any Match Featuring Daniel Bryan +500
Braun Strowman vs Brock Lesnar +800
Brock Lesnar vs Shinsuke Nakamura +1500

Source –Grosvenor Casinos

Olympic Alpine Skiing Latest Lines!

The latest lines are out from 5Dimes!

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Olympics Alpine Skiing Spread Money Line Total Points
Olympic Winter Games – PyeongChang 2018 – Men’s Downhill – Gold Medal Winner – Friday, February 9, 2018 9:00 PM
1001   Beat Feuz wins men’s downhill gold +290
1002   Field wins men’s downhill gold medal -410
1003   Aksel L Svindal wins men’s downhill gold +450
1004   Field wins men’s downhill gold medal -750
1005   Kjetil Jansrud wins men’s downhill gold +450
1006   Field wins men’s downhill gold medal -750
Olympic Winter Games – PyeongChang 2018 – Men’s Downhill – Matchups – Friday, February 9, 2018 9:00 PM
1011   Beat Feuz (men’s downhill) -165
1012   Aksel Lund Svindal (men’s downhill) +135
1013   Christof Innerhofer (men’s downhill) +150
1014   Matthias Mayer (men’s downhill) -180
1015   Kjetil Jansrud (men’s downhill) -300
1016   Peter Fill (men’s downhill) +240
1017   Vincent Kriechmayr (men’s downhill) +115
1018   Dominik Paris (men’s downhill) -145
1019   Hannes Reichelt (men’s downhill) -145
1020   Thomas Dressen (men’s downhill) +115
Olympic Winter Games – PyeongChang 2018 – Men’s Alpine Combined- Gold Medal Winner – Sunday, February 11, 2018 8:15 PM
1201   A.Pinturault wins men’s alpine combined +220
1202   Field wins men’s alpine combined gold -300
1203   M.Hirscher wins men’s alpine combined +260
1204   Field wins men’s alpine combined gold -380
Olympic Winter Games – PyeongChang 2018 – Women’s Giant Slalom – Gold Medal Winner – Sunday, February 11, 2018 8:15 PM
1351   M.Shiffrin wins women’s giant slalom +200
1352   Field wins women’s giant slalom gold -280
1353   V.Rebensburg wins women’s giant slalom +320
1354   Field wins women’s giant slalom gold -460
1355   T.Worley wins women’s giant slalom +375
1356   Field wins women’s giant slalom gold -565
1357   F.Brignone wins women’s giant slalom +675
1358   Field wins women’s giant slalom gold -1425
Olympic Winter Games – PyeongChang 2018 – Women’s Slalom – Gold Medal Winner – Tuesday, February 13, 2018 8:15 PM
1401   M.Shiffrin wins women’s slalom gold -300
1402   Field wins women’s slalom gold medal +220
1403   P.Vlhova wins women’s slalom gold +1000
1404   Field wins women’s slalom gold medal -2000
1405   W.Holdener wins women’s slalom gold +1050
1406   Field wins women’s slalom gold medal -2150
1407   F.Hansdotter wins women’s slalom gold +1050
1408   Field wins women’s slalom gold medal -2150
Olympic Winter Games – PyeongChang 2018 – Men’s Super-G – Gold Medal Winner – Wednesday, February 14, 2018 9:00 PM
1051   Aksel Lund Svindal wins men’s Super-G +250
1052   Field wins men’s Super-G gold medal -350
1053   Kjetil Jansrud wins men’s Super-G +420
1054   Field wins men’s Super-G gold medal -650
1055   Hannes Reichelt wins men’s Super-G +800
1056   Field wins men’s Super-G gold medal -1700
1057   Matthias Mayer wins men’s Super-G +800
1058   Field wins men’s Super-G gold medal -1700
1059   Vincent Kriechmayr wins men’s Super-G +800
1060   Field wins men’s Super-G gold medal -1700
1061   Max Franz wins men’s Super-G +1100
1062   Field wins men’s Super-G gold medal -2300



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Smackdown Live Results from Rusev Day 2/6/18

Results via WWE.com

Daniel Bryan reveals the first-ever SmackDown LIVE Top 10 Superstars List

Shane McMahon and Daniel Bryan had a tense altercation

Charlotte Flair def. Liv Morgan

The Bludgeon Brothers def. local competitors

SmackDown Tag Team Champions The Usos laid down the Uso Street Code

United States Champion Bobby Roode def. Rusev

Shelton Benjamin & Chad Gable def. The Ascension

Daniel Bryan announced a Triple Threat Match for the WWE Title at WWE Fastlane after Kevin Owens vs. Sami Zayn ended in a no contest

RAW

Monday Night RAW Results 2/5/18

Results via WWE.com

Roman Reigns def. Bray Wyatt to qualify for the Men’s Elimination Chamber Match

Finn Bálor & Karl Anderson def. The Revival

Cedric Alexander & Mustafa Ali def. Drew Gulak & Tony Nese

Raw General Manager Kurt Angle announced the competitors for the Women’s Elimination Chamber Match

Asuka def. Bayley

Intercontinental Champion The Miz def. Apollo Crews to qualify for the Men’s Elimination Chamber Match

Raw Tag Team Champions Cesaro & Sheamus def. Seth Rollins & Roman Reigns via Disqualification

Nia Jax def. Vanessa Floyd

Mickie James def. Sonya Deville

Elias def. John Cena and Braun Strowman to earn the No. 6 entry position in the Men’s Elimination Chamber Match

Early Odds on the Winter Olympics

Early lines are already out for the Olympics! The Specials announced so far are prop bets on medals positions.



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Olympics Specials Spread Money Line Total Points
Olympic Winter Games – PyeongChang 2018 – Medals Propositions – Wednesday, February 7, 2018 7:05 PM
1   Norway wins the Medal Table -160
2   Field wins the Medal Table +130
3   Germany wins the Medal Table +200
4   Field wins the Medal Table -260
5   USA wins the Medal Table +500
6   Field wins the Medal Table -800
7   Canada wins the Medal Table +1000
8   Field wins the Medal Table -1750
9   Netherlands wins the Medal Table +2500
10   Field wins the Medal Table -6250
101   Norway total gold medals over 12?? -180
102   Norway total gold medals under 12?? +150
103   Germany total gold medals over 12?? +110
104   Germany total gold medals under 12?? -140
105   USA total gold medals over 10?? -135
106   USA total gold medals under 10?? +105
107   Canada total gold medals over 8?? +120
108   Canada total gold medals under 8?? -150
109   Netherlands total gold medals over 7?? +135
110   Netherlands total gold medals under 7?? -165
111   Austria total gold medals over 6?? +145
112   Austria total gold medals under 6?? -175
113   France total gold medals over 5?? -195
114   France total gold medals under 5?? +160
115   South Korea total gold medals over 5?? -150
116   South Korea total gold medals under 5?? +120
117   Switzerland total gold medals over 4?? +105
118   Switzerland total gold medals under 4?? -135
119   China total gold medals over 3?? -145
120   China total gold medals under 3?? +115
121   Sweden total gold medals over 3?? -130
122   Sweden total gold medals under 3?? +100





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