New Favourite To Win Money In The Bank, Full Latest Odds

We are close to Sunday night’s Money In The Bank Pay Per View event. With three huge “main event” matches announced the show sets to provide an interesting 3 hours of wrestling. Naturally the big talking point is who will walk out as Mr Money In The Bank. Smart money has had Kevin Owens as the winner, however he has been overtaken by a new clear bookies favourite.

According to Irish Bookmakers, PaddyPower.com, the Lunatic Fringe Dean Ambrose is now favourite to walk out with the briefcase. In our own preview to the match earlier this week, we predicted that only two people can realistically win this match; Dean Ambrose and most likely Kevin Owens. These latest odds (and typical of most bookies onlines) indicate that Dean is a clear favourite to win. I for one, would be very happy to see Dean win the briefcase.

Elsewhere on the card, based on the odds the matches appear to be fairly obvious. AJ Styles is a surprisingly clear favourite against John Cena. Speculation backstage is suggesting a shakey finish to allow Styles to win. Roman Reigns is set to successfully defend against Seth Rollins. Whilst the Tag Team and United States titles are set to be retained.

Naturally, anything can happen in WWE; look at Zack Ryder’s victory at WrestleMania. These odds however seem to be logical. The only match that could give an upset is the Tag Team title match. Naturally time will tell come Sunday night.

Below are the latest odds (18/06/16 20:30 GMT)

Money In The Bank Ladder Match
Dean Ambrose 1/3 (1.33)
Kevin Owens 9/2 (3.25)
Chris Jericho 10/1 (11.00 )
Cesaro 12/1 (13.00)
Sami Zayn 20/1 (21.00)
Alberto Del Rio 25/1 (26.00

AJ Styles vs John Cena
John Cena 7/2 (4.50)
AJ Styles 1/8 (1.12)

United States Championship Match
Rusev 1/7 (1.14)
Titus O’Neil 10/3 (4.33)

WWE World Heavyweight Championship
Roman Reigns 1/8 (1.12)
Seth Rollins 7/2 (4.50)

Fatal Four Way Tag Tea Title Match
The New Day 1/6 (1.16)
The CLub 7/2 (4.50)
Enzo Amore & Big Cass 8/1 (9.00)
Vaudevillains 22/1 (23.00)

 

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