Vegas Predicts: WWE Extreme Rules, Part 2

July 15th (Day of the Event)

WWE Raw Women’s Championship Match: Alexa Bliss (-120) vs. Nia Jax (-110)

WWE Championship Match: AJ Styles (-400) vs. Rusev (+275)

WWE Raw Tag Team Championship Match: Bray Wyatt & Matt Hardy (-275) vs. The B Team (+200)

WWE SmackDown Tag Team Championship Match: Bludgeon Brothers (-120) vs. Team Hell No (+120)

WWE SmackDown Women’s Championship Match: Asuka (-110) vs. Carmella (-110)

WWE Intercontinental Championship Iron-Man Match: Dolph Ziggler (+120) vs. Seth Rollins (-175)

WWE United States Championship: Jeff Hardy (+200) vs. Shinsuke Nakamura (-275)

Roman Reigns (-120) vs. Bobby Lashley (-110)

Baron Corbin (-110) vs. Finn Balor (-120)

Braun Strowman (-275) vs. Kevin Owens (+200) Steel Cage Match

The New Day (+200) vs. SAnitY (-275) Tables Match

Andrade Cien Almas (-400) vs. Sin Cara (+275)

Kevin’s Thoughts: Man, this card has a ton of matches on it. We have some crazy moves the day of the event. Let’s first talk about Alexa Bliss vs. Nia Jax which has skyrocketed towards Nia Jax being essentially a 50/50 shot to win. Alexa opened up at -350, hung around there for a while before falling to -250 and then -225 seven days ago, and now she sits at -120. Something is happening. Another big move has hit the other Women’s Championship match. Poor Asuka. She started as a big favorite for Money in the Bank and then slowly watched her odds dwindle at James Ellsworth rumors became known. Asuka started out as a favorite for Extreme Rules, but is now down to -110 each against Carmella.

Shinsuke Nakamura has also made a huge jump in his matchup against Jeff Hardy. This time, however, Shinsuke started as the favorite and gradually moved up. We’ve been fooled by Shinsuke’s lines before, so we will see if this is the time Shinsuke holds gold in WWE. Roman has lost considerable ground to Bobby Lashley, which is not good for the fake “Best Bet” I locked in during the first article where he opened at -200. Braun Strowman has opened as a favorite over Kevin Owens, but not as big a favorite as I would have thought. I just can’t imagine Strowman taking a loss the way he’s been built. I might have to do something with that in my “Best Bets”

NEXT: “Kevin’s Best Bet” and records from previous PPVs.

5 years ago by Wrestle Talk


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