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WWE Money In The Bank – Early Betting Odds




2019 Money In The Bank Odds

The 2019 WWE Money In The Bank pay-per-view is scheduled for Sunday, May 19, inside the XL Center in Hartford, CT.

Here are the favorites to win at this year’s event. As always, these are current favorites, which can change up until the start of the event.

Updated betting odds will be posted throughout the week.

The Miz vs. Shane McMahon

  • The Miz: – 500
  • Shane McMahon: +300

The Miz is currently favored to win. This match could bring an end to their feud.

Roman Reigns vs. Elias

  • Roman Reigns: -340
  • Elias: +220

Roman Reigns is most likely going to travel back and fourth between RAW and Smackdown due to the ‘Wild Card Rule’. This could allow Reigns to begin a new program going into the Summer.

WWE United States Championship: Samoa Joe vs. Rey Mysterio

  • Samoa Joe: -250
  • Rey Mysterio: +170

The odds are in favor of Samoa Joe, even though he had a quick win over Mysterio at Wrestlemania 35.

WWE RAW Women’s Championship: Becky Lynch vs. Lacey Evans

  • Becky Lynch: -200
  • Lacey Evans: +300

This is Evans first program after joining the main roster. She has been pushed into a main event program, despite not being favored to win.

WWE Smackdown Women’s Championship: Becky Lynch vs. Charlotte Flair

  • Becky Lynch: – 200
  • Charlotte Flair: +150

As of right now, it looks like Becky 2 Belts is leaving Hartford with both the RAW and Smackdown Women’s Titles.

WWE Universal Championship: Seth Rollins vs. AJ Styles

  • Seth Rollins: -400
  • AJ Styles: +250

After holding the Universal Championship for just over a month, it’s highly unlikely that Rollins will lose his belt at Money in the Bank, but that doesn’t mean we won’t see a feud with AJ Styles last well into the summer.

WWE Championship: Kofi Kingston vs. Kevin Owens

  • Kofi Kingston: -200
  • Kevin Owens: +150

Kingston is touring his home country of Ghana at the end of the month. It wouldn’t make sense for him to arrive empty handed.

Men’s Money In The Bank Ladder Match

  • Drew McIntyre: -150
  • Braun Strowman: +1400
  • Baron Corbin: +1200
  • Ricochet: +1600
  • Andrade: +200
  • Mustafa Ali: +100
  • Randy Orton: +1200
  • Finn Balor: +1000

Drew McIntyre is one of the company’s biggest heels. If McIntyre wins the briefcase, it’s safe to say he could be a future champion.

Women’s Money In The Bank Ladder Match

  • Mandy Rose: +225
  • Bayley: +275
  • Ember Moon: +300
  • Alexa Bliss: +700
  • Natalya: +1200
  • Naomi: +1200
  • Dana Brooke: +1000
  • Carmella: +1000

Mandy Rose is the current favorite, but this is most likely going to shift throughout the week.

The Money Line: Odds for a match based on $1.00. A “minus” (-) preceding the number indicates the wrestler/team is a favorite. A “plus” (+) preceding the number indicates the wrestler/team is an underdog.

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Randy Orton Claps Back At Tony Khan, AEW Founder Calls Out Orton For Using N-Word




The on-going war between AEW and WWE took quite the turn Monday night on Twitter.

It all started when CM Punk tagged both Vince McMahon and Tony Khan in a tweet promotion tomorrow night’s episode of WWE Backstage. Khan responded with a tweet taking shots at WWE’s travel issues in Saudi Arabia.

Randy Orton defended WWE , and posted a 2018 article about Tony Khan’s father, lead AEW investor Shahid Khan. The article spoke on Shahid Khan being investigated in the United Kingdom for corruption.

Tony Khan held nothing back in his reply to Orton, speaking on the Viper “grasping for leverage” in tagging him in posts in the past. He was referring to Orton being vocal about being interested in AEW, as well as making cryptic social media posts. Khan seemingly feels Orton did this to get a better deal when re-signing with WWE.

Khan didn’t stop there, he brought up the recent Twitch stream where Randy Orton used the N-word.

Tony Khan stated, “I thought you only tagged me in your posts when you were grasping for leverage. That article’s over a year old + is about baseless claims made about my dad years ago. That’s the best you can do, nothing. Meanwhile in the time since that was written, you used the N word on twitch.”

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AEW’s Tony Khan Reponds To CM Punk And Takes Shots At WWE’s Saudi Arabia Travel Issues




Tony Khan Throws Shade At WWE

Earlier today, CM Punk announced “no one is safe” on tomorrow’s edition of WWE Backstage.

Punk plans on speaking his mind during his first official appearance as an analyst on WWE’s late night studio show on FS1.

Punk stated, “It IS weird trying to catch up on 5+ years of rasslin’, I’m doing what I can. There’s bright spots, mostly women from what I can tell. There’s BAD too. I’m gonna talk about it, and no one is safe. Join us.” He tagged Renee Young, Booker T, WWE on FOX, Vince McMahon, and Tony Khan in his tweet,

Tony Khan responded by throwing shade at WWE’s recent travel incident in Saudi Arabia.

Khan replied, “No one is safe? Sounds like a plane full of wrestlers in Saudi Arabia!”

WWE Backstage will air on FS1 at 11 pm ET with host Booker T and Renee Young. Former WCW Champion David Arquette will be a guest, and take part in the “promo school” segment.

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Report: Nikki Cross Signs Multi-Year WWE Contract Extension




Nikki Cross Signs New WWE Deal

One of WWE’s rising stars is planning to continue her year with the company for several more years.

According to Squared Circle Sirens, Nikki Cross has agreed to terms on a new deal with WWE. Cross has signed a multi-year contract extension with the company.

Cross originally signed with WWE in 2016, following a tryout the year before in London.

After spending two years on NXT as a mainstay in the SAnitY stable, Cross joined the main roster in 2018.

Nikki Cross joined forces with Alexa Bliss, winning her the WWE Women’s Tag Team Championship, her first title reign since signing with the company.

Exact details and length her deal has yet to be revealed, but the report suggests she will be in the WWE for years to come.

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