What WWE Backlash Match Winner Cannot be Predicted by Gambling Odds? Latest Odds on All Matches.
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With the global markets opening today, there has been some interesting movement in the WWE Backlash PPV on the WWE Network. Jinder Mahal, who became a heavy favorite at -1125 to defeat Randy Orton. It seems the wider market has issued a correction on this match, and while still favored Jinder’s chances have decreased to -405. This is one to keep an eye on as the world is now backing Orton with their money. Will the gamblers continue the trend of backing Orton?
Another wild shift leaves Sami Zayn vs Baron Corbin in a dead heat, both “favored” at -120. This is what sports books generally do when they can’t project a winner and big money wagered on either of these men would surely move the line.
Shinsuke Nakamura’s ridiculously favorable odds have been cut but are still strikingly impressive. Odds of -4500 downgraded to +2600 posits the question of why anyone is backing Ziggler at all.
Kevin Owens vs AJ Styles is unchanged seeing Kevin Owens with odds of -720. Styles earlier this week was favored to win, but the odds flipped completely this weekend.
These odds are all graded under “end of broadcast grading”. Often in WWE, the decision is reversed or a match is restarted after the initial decision is commonplace. The “end of broadcast grading” is designed to account these “Dusty Finish” situation.
Randy Orton +285 vs Jinder Mahal -405
WWE United States Championship
Kevin Owens -720 vs AJ Styles +440
WWE Tag Team Championship
The Usos -675 vs Breezango +425
Shinsuke Nakamura -2600 vs Dolph Ziggler +1200
Naomi, Charlotte and Becky Lynch +500 vs Natalya, Carmella and Tamina -900
Sami Zayn -120 vs Baron Corbin -120
Luke Harper -750 vs Erick Rowan +450
Tye Dillenger +825 vs Aiden English +475