Major Shift in WWE Women’s Royal Rumble Betting Odds, New Favorite

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Shortly after the first ever Women’s Royal Rumble had been announced by the WWE, the gambling odds were set by the oddsmakers. Early odds had the most favored to win being MMA standout Ronda Rousey. This was shocking as Rousey, although inking a deal with WWE last year, has not yet competed in one match. Ronda did get the better of both Triple H and Stephanie McMahon at Wrestlemania 31 in a brief scuffle defending Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson. Rumors of Ronda joining the WWE have been rabid ever since.

While not yet being announced as a participant in the Women’s Royal Rumble, Rousey was the outright favorite. A shift has occurred and the undefeated Asuka has risen to the top of the odds and is the most favored at +162. Ronda has dropped to +175, leaving her second most likely to win.

Another frontrunner is Paige with odds of +600. Paige recently returned with her new group “Absolution” and is getting very impressive reactions. Becky Lynch at +700 is the most favored of the Smackdown roster and Nia Jax is at +1000.

Some interesting possible entrants include Stephanie McMahon at +2000, Maria Menounos at +3300 and Lana at +3300. Possible women returning to the WWE for the Royal Rumble include AJ Lee, Beth Phoenix, The Bella Twins, and Trish Stratus, each with individual odds of +2500. Michelle McCool and Stacey Keibler each have odds of +3300 and Torrie Wilson has odds of +5000.

Women’s Royal Rumble

Asuka 13/8 (+162)

Ronda Rousey 7/4 (+175)

Paige 6/1 (+600)

Becky Lynch 7/1 (+700)

Nia Jax 10/1 (+1000)

Charlotte Flair 14/1 (+1400)

Sasha Banks 14/1 (+1400)

Bayley 16/1 (+1600)

Naomi 18/1 (+1800)

Alexa Bliss 20/1 (+2000)

Stephanie McMahon 20/1 (+2000)

AJ Lee 25/1 (+2500)

Beth Pheonix 25/1 (+2500)

Brie Bella 25/1 (+2500)

Lita 25/1 (+2500)

Natalya 25/1 (+2500)

Nikki Bella 25/1 (+2500)

Trish Stratus 25/1 (+2500)

Billy Kay 33/1 (+3300)

Carmella 33/1 (+3300)

Ember Moon 33/1 (+3300)

Kairi Sane 33/1 (+3300)

Lana 33/1 (+3300)

Maria Menounos 33/1 (+3300)

Michelle McCool 33/1 (+3300)

Mickie James 33/1 (+3300)

Nikki Cross 33/1 (+3300)

Peyton Royce 33/1 (+3300)

Ruby Riott 33/1 (+3300)

Stacey Keibler 33/1 (+3300)

Tamina 33/1 (+3300)

Alicia Fox 40/1 (+4000)

Torrie Wilson 50/1 (+5000)

Source – Paddy Power


WWE Battleground Matches Announced, Tickets, and More!

WWE Battleground is next weekend in Philadelphia, PA and tickets are still available!

Here are the matches announced so far:

United States Champion AJ Styles vs. Kevin Owens

Shinsuke Nakamura vs. Baron Corbin

SmackDown Tag Team Champions The Usos vs. The New Day

John Cena vs. Rusev (Flag Match)

Charlotte Flair vs. Becky Lynch vs. Natalya vs. Tamina vs. Lana (Five-Way Elimination Match to determine Naomi’s opponent at SummerSlam)

WWE Champion Jinder Mahal vs. Randy Orton (Punjabi Prison Match)

Get your tickets today by clicking here! Or Click here to watch on the WWE Network and get your first month FREE which means you get BattleGround, and SummerSlam too!

Early odds are out now, but global market odds will be out a few days before the event so make sure you check back for updates and more and subscribe to our mailing list!

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My WWE BackLash Predictions

The odds aren’t out yet, but I like to write up my guesses on who will come out on top at WWE PPV’s.  Here are my picks for WWE BackLash on Sunday May 21st!

Shinsuke Nakamura vs Dolph Ziggler – Nakamura all the way

SmackDown Women’s Champion Naomi, Charlotte Flair & Becky Lynch vs. Natalya, Carmella & Tamina (Six-Woman Tag Team Match) – So confused as to why Charlotte is on the baby face team. I have a feeling she will turn on her teammates. I give this to Natalya, Carmella, and Tamina.

United States Champion Kevin Owens vs. AJ Styles – Owens is losing that belt… AJ will be the new US Champion!

SmackDown Tag Team Champions The Usos vs. Breezango – While Breezango looks fabulous, I don’t think they are as comfortable with each other as a tag team as the Usos are. Usos will retain the titles.

WWE Champion Randy Orton vs. Jinder Mahal – Jinder Mahal is killing it these days, but will his skills match up against Orton’s cunning ways? If he doesn’t fall into a trap, he may be able to beat Orton, but knowing Orton, he will put up a fight, and pull every trick out to retain his title. Orton will retain the WWE Championship.

Tickets are still available for BackLash, you can purchase them here!

Or you can watch BackLash for FREE if you subscribe to the WWE Network today! (New Subscribers only!)

La Luchadora Revealed!

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SmackDown Women’s Champion Alexa Bliss and Becky Lynch made history with a Steel Cage Match for the title in the main event.

The two Superstars did not hold back, delivering an instant classic for Team Blue. The pendulum of momentum swung back and forth several times over, but, in the final moments, it seemed as though The Irish Lass Kicker was closing in on victory as she began to escape from the cage. Yet, her descent out of the cage was stopped as La Luchadora reared her head again, kicking Lynch in the head after applying the Dis-arm-her to Bliss. This allowed Bliss to connect with her patented DDT and retain the SmackDown Women’s Championship.

After the match, Bliss and La Luchadora continued their beat down on Lynch, until Lynch was able to find an opening and unmask La Luchadora to reveal none other than Mickie James! Bliss and James then got the best of Lynch again before James raised Bliss’ hand in victory after they felt the damage was sufficiently done.
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WWE TLC 2016 Betting Odds

WWE TLC 2016 Betting Odds Set!

Tables, Ladders and Chairs, Oh My…

WWE TLC is this Sunday on the WWE Network featuring the roster of the Smackdown Brand. The markets for the wagering have opened up and can be followed at 5Dimes.

In the main event for the WWE Championship AJ Styles defends against Dean Ambrose in a TLC match. This feud has been or ordeal for both men and Styles is heavily favored to retain at -900 giving him a 90% chance of winning. His title reign has been both successful and well received and it appears a lengthy, prosperous in in AJ’s future. The only chance Ambrose has here is the “James Ellsworth Factor” which admittedly is a very real possibility.

In a ladder match for the Intercontinental Title, Dolph Ziggler challenges IC Champ The Miz continuing their feud of the year nominated series. The odds are close here with Miz favored at -190 and Dolph as a slight underdog at +150. The match itself could be an absolute show stealer with the quality of matches between these two as of recent being considered their best work ever.

Women’s Tables Match and Wyatt Family Favored

In a tables match for the Smackdown Women’s Championship, Becky Lynch defends against Alexa Bliss. Lynch is considerably favored to win the match at -260. Becky is on a roll at the moment and it’s best for the entire women’s division that it stays that way. The division is on Becky’s back for now and she is handling the pressure as Bliss and Carmella continue to improve and grow into their roles on the main roster. Nikki Bella is also reestablishing herself since returning from major injuries.

Heath Slater and Rhyno, the Tag Team Champions, are set to defend against The Wyatt Family. The Wyatts are favored to win the match at -600, so they are strongly favored to win. It is not realistic for Heath and Rhyno to remain champions for much longer and it’s time for The Wyatts to have a purpose as opposed to rudderless direction.

Nikki Bella and Carmella on No DQ Match, Baron Corbin Targets Kalisto

In a No DQ Match, Nikki Bella is the favorite at -145 against Carmella at +105. Bella’s return is going well and she needs to continue stacking up big wins, but with Carmella doing well in promos and stepping it up in the ring, it’s difficult to argue she’s not ready to be elevated right now. Really difficult to make a solid call on this one. Carmella has a serious chance here.

Baron Corbin continues his crusade against smaller competitors with Kalisto is the cross hairs this time around. Corbin is favored at -400, is a star on the rise since being drafted to Smackdown, and Kalisto winning has no upside. Corbin is going to be star and should keep his focus in this match because he cannot afford make careless mistakes with opportunity at his doorstep.

These lines changing constantly and can be followed at 5Dimes where registering for the sports book requires no credit card or obligation to place wagers.

WWE TLC 2016 Lineup With Betting Odds

WWE World Championship – TLC Match

AJ Styles -900 vs Dean Ambrose +500

WWE Intercontinental Championship – Ladder Match

The Miz -190 vs Dolph Ziggler +150

Smackdown Women’s Championship – Tables Match

Becky Lynch -260 vs Alexa Bliss +180

Smackdown Tag Team Championships

Heath Slater & Rhyno +400 vs The Wyatt Family -600

No DQ Match

Nikki Bella -145 vs Carmella +105

Baron Corbin -400 vs Kalisto +280

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.


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.