WrestleMania 35

2018 WWE Evolution odds & betting tidbits

If there is one WWE event that you should NOT miss is the first-ever all-women’s pay-per-view, WWE Evolution which is set to go down on Sunday night. The top female wrestling superstars will be center stage in the Nassau Coliseum in Uniondale, New York for a long deserved solo event.

WWE Evolution All Woman PPV Odds

all odds are based on end of broadcast rulings

WWE Raw Women’s Championship

  • Ronda Rousey -900
  • Nikki Bella +500

The headline event features champion Ronda Rousey taking on Nikki Bella. Rousey and the Bellas were getting along until Nikki & Brie turned on Rousey at Raw following Super Showdown. Now the feud continues with the former UFC champ as the heavy favorite at -900.

Last Woman Standing Match – WWE SmackDown Women’s Championship

  • Becky Lynch -165
  • Charlotte Flair +125

The two superstars make history this Sunday when they compete in the first-ever Last Woman Standing Match. Flair is a slight favorite at +125, so this is any woman’s match.

Tag Team Match

  • Trish Stratus & Lita -390
  • Alexa Bliss & Mickie James +270

Trish Stratus was scheduled to face Alexa Bliss in a singles match while Lita was to go head-to-head against Mickie James. But the WWE brain-trust turned two singles bouts into a single smash-mouth tag team match. Stratus and Lita are favorites at -390.

Historic Women’s Battle Royal

  • Ember Moon wins +300
    Ember Moon doesn’t win -420
  • Nia Jax wins +475
    Nia Jax doesn’t win -825
  • Asuka wins +300
    Asuka doesn’t win -420
  • Carmella wins +700
    Carmella doesn’t win -1500
  • Naomi wins +475
    Naomi doesn’t win -825

Let’s take the remaining women WWE superstars and put them in one ring and you get the Historic Women’s Battle Royal. Officially announced to participate in the match are: Tamina Snuka, Billie Kay, Peyton Royce, Ember Moon, Alicia Fox, Nia Jax, Dana Brooke, Asuka, Mandy Rose, Sonya Deville, Carmella, Lana, Naomi, Torrie Wilson, Michelle McCool, Madusa, Molly Holly, Ivory, Kelly Kelly and Maria Kanellis.

UFC 239

Khabib vs Conor & other UFC 229 odds

Conor McGregor is back in the octagon after nearly two years without a MMA fight. He will face undefeated lightweight champion Khabib Nurmagomedov. The title fight was spurred on by the infamous attack by the Irishman on a bus that Nurmagomedov was in. McGregor threw a dolly through a window injuring two other fighters. Now both fighters take their bad blood to a proper venue: the octagon in the T-Mobile Arena!

Khabib Nurmagomedov vs. Conor McGregor

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UFC 229 Main Card Odds:

Khabib Nurmagomedov (-170) vs. Conor McGregor (+150)
Tony Ferguson (-370) vs. Anthony Pettis (+310)
Ovince Saint Preux (+190) vs. Dominick Reyes (-230)
Derrick Lewis (+150) vs. Alexander Volkov (-170)
Michelle Waterson (+100) vs. Felice Herrig (-120)

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Khabib VS McGregor fight odds, lines, prop bets UFC 229

Khabib VS McGregor fight odds, lines, prop bets UFC 229

Oddsmakers are banking on champion Khabib Nurmagomedov spoiling Conor McGregor’s return to the octogon.

UFC 229 is going to take the roof off the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas on Saturday. The highly anticipated return of Conor McGregor pits the Irishman against Lightweight champion Khabib Nurmagomedov. 5Dimes has the odds for every UFC 229 fight plus the most props for the McGregor versus Khabib main event. Click here for live UFC odds.

UFC 229 Odds

  • Conor McGregor +145
  • Khabib Nurmagomedov -165
  • Anthony Pettis +300
  • Tony Ferguson -360
  • Ovince St. Preux +185
  • Dominick Reyes -225
  • Derrick Lewis +155
  • Alexander Volkov -175
  • Michelle Waterson +110
  • Felice Herrig -130
  • Jussier Formiga +130
  • Sergio Pettis -150
  • Jalin Turner +550
  • Vicente Luque -800
  • Scott Holtzman +215
  • Alan Patrick -255
  • Gray Maynard +185
  • Nik Lentz -225
  • Lina Lansberg +168
  • Yana Kunitskaya -195
  • Tony Martin +120
  • Ryan LaFlare -140
  • Tonya Evinger +140
  • Aspen Ladd -160

UFC 229 Conor McGregor vs Khabib Nurmagomedov Props
Lightweight 5 rounds

  • McGregor / Nurmagomedov goes 5 rd dist +250
  • Fight won ‘t go 5 round distance -325
  • McGregor wins inside distance +175
  • Not McGregor inside distance -225
  • McGregor wins by 5 round decision +1240
  • Not McGregor by 5 round decision -2350
  • Nurmagomedov wins inside distance +135
  • Not Nurmagomedov inside distance -165
  • Nurmagomedov wins by 5 round decision +340
  • Not Nurmagomedov by 5 round decision -465
  • McGregor / Nurmagomedov draw +8500
  • Fight not a draw -23000
  • McGregor wins in round 1 +400
  • Any other result -600
  • McGregor wins in round 2 +600
  • Any other result -1200
  • McGregor wins in round 3 +1375
  • Any other result -3425
  • McGregor wins in round 4 +2475
  • Any other result -7425
  • McGregor wins in round 5 +3675
  • Any other result -14025
  • Nurmagomedov wins in round 1 +500
  • Any other result -900
  • Nurmagomedov wins in round 2 +600
  • Any other result -1200
  • Nurmagomedov wins in round 3 +800
  • Any other result -1700
  • Nurmagomedov wins in round 4 +1000
  • Any other result -2000
  • Nurmagomedov wins in round 5 +1350
  • Any other result -3250
  • McGregor wins by submission +2600
  • Any other result -8200
  • McGregor wins by TKO/KO +175
  • Any other result -245
  • Nurmagomedov wins by submission +300
  • Any other result -420
  • Nurmagomedov wins by TKO/KO +310
  • Any other result -430
  • McGregor wins by 5 rd unanimous decision +1450
  • Any other result -4050
  • McGregor wins by 5 rd split/maj decision +2640
  • Any other result -8500
  • Nurmagomedov wins by 5 rd unanimous dec +435
  • Any other result -705
  • Nurmagomedov wins by 5 rd split/maj dec +1205
    Any other result -2615
  • McGregor / Nurmagomedov starts round 5 +190
  • Fight won ‘t start round 5 -250
  • McGregor / Nurmagomedov starts round 4 +140
  • Fight won ‘t start round 4 -170
  • McGregor / Nurmagomedov starts round 3 -120
  • Fight won ‘t start round 3 -110
  • McGregor / Nurmagomedov starts round 2 -275
  • Fight won ‘t start round 2 +215
  • McGregor (scorecards = no action) +105
  • Nurmagomedov (scorecards = no action) -135
  • McGregor points handicap +5½ -105
  • Nurmagomedov points handicap -5½ -125
2019 WWE Extreme Rules odds, matches, date, card, start time

WWE Super Show-Down Odds

WWE will invade Australia with the largest roster of WWE superstars and legends ever to appear in the continent. Super Show-Down is on Saturday, Oct. 6. at the Melbourne Cricket Ground in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia.

WWE Super Show-Down Odds

All odds are for end of broadcast ruling

Triple H vs The Undertaker – Singles Match

A WrestleMania 28 rematch featuring Triple H and the Undertaker is the Super Show-Down main event. The WWE can’t host a PPV event in Australia without a WWE legend verus legend bout.

  • Triple H -105
  • The Undertaker -135

Bobby Lashley & John Cena vs Elias & Kevin Owens – Tag Team

Another match without a backstory, but on the card because of a big name. That big name is John Cena who hasn’t fought in months and is following the Rock into an acting career.

  • B.Lashley & J.Cena -530
  • Elias & Kevin Owens +350

Daniel Bryan vs The Miz – Singles Match

The two stars will battle to be named the #1 contender. This is the third fight between the two and the winner walks out of Melbourne with an opportunity to challenge for AJ Styles’ WWE Champion.

  • Daniel Bryan -210
  • The Miz +160

The Shield vs Braun Strowman & Dolph Ziggler & Drew McIntyre – Six-Man Tag Team Match

Six weeks ago at Raw, Braun Strowman turned heel on Roman Reigns. The two fought to a no-contest finish at Hell in a Cell. Now the two are headed at each other full speed ahead.

  • The Shield -280
  • B.Strowman & D.Ziggler & D.McIntyre +200

The Bella Twins & Ronda Rousey vs The Riott Squad – Six-Woman Tag Team Match

If the men’s side get’s a six-person tag team fight, so do the ladies. And this match has the best to offer from women’s wrestling including Ronda Rousey.

  • The Bella Twins & Ronda Rousey -555
  • The Riott Squad +365

AJ Styles vs Samoa Joe – No Count-Out – No Disqualification Match

This ink was already dry on this fight before Styles and Samoa Joe faced off at Hell in a Cell. Can Styles keep his belt or will Samoa Joe be crowned champion?

  • AJ Styles -165
  • Samoa Joe +125

Becky Lynch vs Charlotte Flair – WWE SmackDown Women’s Championship

Another title fight. Will Lynch retain her belt or will Flair upset the champion for gold and glory?

  • Becky Lynch -270
  • Charlotte Flair +190

Cedric Alexander vs Buddy Murphy – WWE Cruiserweight Championship

  • Cedric Alexander +185
  • Buddy Murphy -265

The New Day vs Cesaro & Sheamus – WWE SmackDown Tag Team Championship

  • The New Day -600
  • Cesaro & Sheamus +400

Asuka & Naomi vs The IIconics – Tag Team Match

  • Asuka & Naomi +155
  • The IIconics -195
WrestleMania 35

WWE Hell in a Cell Odds

Betting odds for all the top 2018 WWE Hell in a Cell matches.

WWE will blow the roof off the AT&T Center in San Antonio, Texas on Sunday, September 16, 2018 at 7:00 PM. 5Dimes oddsmakers have released WWE Hell in a Cell odds on all of the big matches.

All odds are for the end of broadcast rulings.

WWE Hell in a Cell Odds & Analysis

Mixed Tag Team Match

  • D. Bryan & Brie Bella -425
  • The Miz & Maryse +305

This was the first match announced for Hell in a Cell. It features two teams of married couples. If that isn’t enough to get you to watch? Maryse is just a few months post-pregnancy. Bella announced she was retired at about the same time.

Which husband and wife duo will win?

WWE Championship

  • AJ Styles -165
  • Samoa Joe +125

AJ Styles versus Samoa Joe is a feud about to boil-over.

Joe has been using mind games to get Styles off his game. Going even as far as targeting his family. But will that be enough for the underdog Samoa Joe to beat his rival?

Hell in a Cell Match – WWE Universal Championship

  • Roman Reigns -365
  • Braun Strowman +255

Roman Reigns losing his WWE Universal belt so soon after beating Brock Lesnar for it at Summerslam would be shocking.

WWE Raw Women’s Championship

  • Ronda Rousey -900
  • Alexa Bliss +500

Alexa Bliss had her arm in a sling the night after SummerSlam. Now Ronda Rousey has bruised ribs.

The WWE will want Rousey as the champ heading into first ever all-women’s Pay-Per-View event Evolution. A loss by Bliss will also set up a dream match versus WWE Hall of Famer Trish Stratus, a fight that won’t need a title to sell.

Hell in a Cell Match

  • Jeff Hardy +260
  • Randy Orton -380

This will be the most brutal match on the card. Hardy drove Orton through a table via Swanton Bomb at Summerslam. Don’t watch this fight if you are squeamish.

MLS Cup Odds

Gennady Golovkin vs Canelo Alvarez II

Gennady Golovkin and Canelo Alvarez continue the most stirring rivalry in boxing this Saturday, Sep. 15. The bout takes place at T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada. HBO PPV starts broadcasting the fights at 8:00 pm ET. On the line are Golovkin’s WBA and WBC world middleweight titles. Currently, Golovkin is a -150 betting favorite over Canelo who is listed at +130 to win. Click here for live boxing odds.

Gennady Golovkin is 38-0-1 with 34 knockouts. Alvarez is 49-1-2 with 34 knockouts.

Gennady Golovkin vs Canelo Alvarez II

Golovkin vs Alvarez
T-Mobile Arena, Las Vegas
Saturday, Sept 15th
Golovkin -150 vs Canelo +130

Why Golovkin Will Win

Golovkin looked sharp when dominating Vanes Martirosyan. In his usual stalking style, Golovkin made quick work of Martirosyan, knocking out his opponent in Round 2. Triple G should have used the workmanlike victory over Martirosyan to sharpen his skills. Gennady has a great way of making opponents fight his style. He does what he wants in the ring. Eventually, like with Martirosyan, he gets the better of his opponents, which is why he’s undefeated.

Why Alvarez Will Win

Alvarez hung with one of the most feared fighters in the world the last time he battled Gennady Golovkin. Not only did Canelo go up in weight, he went toe-to-toe with Golovkin to force a draw. Because he knows he can hang with Gennady, Canelo should be ready to take it to the next level in the second fight. The next level is beating Gennady Golovkin and winning Triple G’s championship.

Betting Prediction Gennady Golovkin vs Canelo Alvarez II

Golovkin believes he won the first fight. From a viewer standpoint, it didn’t look like Canelo did enough to warrant the draw. Because Gennady believes he won the first fight, he believes he’ll have an easier time beating Canelo.

Gennady really believes he beats Canelo this time because Alvarez tested positive for clenbuterol after the last fight. Alavarez has been sitting around since the first fight. He couldn’t fight a tune-up due to the clenbuterol positive.

We don’t know how sharp Alvarez will be on Saturday. More importantly, even if Alvarez is sharp, he must play the matador to the bull the way he did in the first fight.

Alvarez fights moving forward. He must back up against Golovkin because he doesn’t have enough power at middleweight to exchange with Golovkin. Triple G’s right. He should beat Alvarez in the rematch.

WWE Super Showdown Odds

2018 SummerSlam Odds

WWE SummerSlam 2018 odds, matches, card, location, date, start time, predictions PPV rumors

2018 will hit peak summer this Sunday, Aug. 19th when WWE SummerSlam goes down at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, New York. View updated live pro wrestling odds.

Historically, SummerSlam is WWE’s second-biggest pay-per-view of the year after Wrestlemania. The company’s brain trust agrees booking UFC superstars Brock Lesnar and Ronda Rousey for headlining fights.

The highly anticipated five-hour event could have up to 15 matches and will begin at 7 p.m. ET.

2018 SummerSlam Odds

WWE Universal Championship

Brock Lesnar (end of broadcast ruling) +210
Roman Reigns (end of broadcast ruling) -290

Lesnar will defend his title for the first time since April 27 against Reigns. Will the WWE send Lesnar out a winner or loser as the UFC star is looking to return to the octagon to challenge newly-crowned heavyweight champion, Daniel Cormier?

WWE Raw Women’s Championship

Alexa Bliss (end of broadcast ruling) +260
Ronda Rousey (end of broadcast ruling) -380

With Lesnar returning to the UFC, the WWE will want to setup Rousey for a big match in September’s Hell in a Cell. Will this match spell an end to the months-long feud that began when Bliss cashed in her Money in the Bank briefcase during Rousey’s title match against Nia Jax

WWE Championship

AJ Styles (end of broadcast ruling) -150
Samoa Joe (end of broadcast ruling) +110

Two former TNA stars.

Head-to-head.

WWE’s grandest stage.

1 WWE title.

Money in the Bank Contract

Braun Strowman (end of broadcast ruling) -300
Kevin Owens (end of broadcast ruling) +220

WWE Intercontinental Championship

Dolph Ziggler (end of broadcast ruling) +205
Seth Rollins (end of broadcast ruling) -285

Triple Threat Match

Becky Lynch +105
Carmella +210
Charlotte Flair +180

Becky Lynch does not win -145
Carmella does not win -290
Charlotte Flair does not win -260

WWE Cruiserweight Championship

Cedric Alexander (end broadcast ruling) -110
Drew Gulak (end of broadcast ruling) -130

WWE United States Championship

Shinsuke Nakamura (end broadcast ruling) -265
Jeff Hardy (end of broadcast ruling) +185

Gold Cup Odds, Schedule, TV & Streaming Info

2018 WWE Extreme Rules card, matches & odds

All of the betting odds for all the top matches for WWE’s annual Extreme Rules pay-per-view extravaganza.

WWE’s annual Extreme Rules is set for the PPG Paints Arena in Pittsburgh for Sunday. It will be the final pay-per-view show before the second-biggest WWE event of the year, SummerSlam. The complete card lineup is set and 5Dimes oddsmakers have released the odds for every top bout!

With SummerSlam on the horizon, WWE’s top headliners will be on the sideline, but there is still plenty of star power to go around even without Brock Lesnar and Ronda Rousey.

2018 WWE Extreme Rules card, matches & odds

WWE Extreme Rules will begin at 7 p.m. ET and go for 3.5 hours as the dual-branded pay-per-view will likely have 10-12 matches on the card.

WWE Championship

  • AJ Styles (end of broadcast ruling) -460
  • Rusev (end of broadcast ruling) +320

Intercontinental Championship

30-Minute Iron Man Match

  • Dolph Ziggler (end of broadcast ruling) -190
  • Seth Rollins (end of broadcast ruling) +150

Raw Women’s Championship

Extreme Rules Match

  • Alexa Bliss (end of broadcast ruling) -300
  • Nia Jax (end of broadcast ruling) +220

SmackDown Women’s Championship

James Ellsworth suspended in a shark cage

  • Carmella (end of broadcast ruling) +110
  • Asuka (end of broadcast ruling) -150

United States Championship

  • Jeff Hardy (end of broadcast ruling) +155
  • Shinsuke Nakamura (end of broadcast) -195

SmackDown Tag Team Championship

  • The Bludgeon Brothers (end broadcast) -135
  • Team Hell No (end of broadcast ruling)-105

Raw Tag Team Championship

  • Matt Hardy & Bray Wyatt (end broadcast) -185
  • The B-Team (end of broadcast ruling) +145

Steel Cage Match

  • Braun Strowman (end of broadcast ruling) -245
  • Kevin Owens (end of broadcast ruling) +175

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Singles Matches

  • Finn Balor (end of broadcast ruling) -140
  • Baron Corbin (end of broadcast ruling) +100
  • Roman Reigns (end of broadcast ruling) -160
  • Bobby Lashley (end of broadcast ruling) +120
UFC 240 & St Jude Invitational

UFC 226 & Tour de France will 🔥 up your weekend.

July is off with a bang and it only gets better when UFC returns to Sin City for version 226 of the headlining event. Also starting this weekend is the Tour de France.

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At the top of the card is the highly-anticipated heavyweight title fight between champion Stipe Miocic (18-2 MMA, 12-2 UFC) and Daniel Cormier (20-1 MMA, 9-1 UFC). Cormier is 13-0 during his career at the weight class.

A win by DC could make him the second fighter in UFC history to hold two titles simultaneously. A feat previously achieved by Conor McGregor.

UFC 226 Odds

Strawweight 3 rounds
2101   Emily Whitmire +165
2102   Jamie Moyle -190
Lightweight 3 rounds
2001   Drakkar Klose +160
2002   Lando Vannata -185
Lightweight 3 rounds
1901   Gilbert Burns +100
1902   Daniel Hooker -120
Welterweight 3 rounds
1801   Max Griffin +145
1802   Curtis Millender -165
Bantamweight 3 rounds
1701   Rob Font +150
1702   Raphael Assuncao -170
Welterweight 3 rounds
1601   Paul Felder -155
1602   Mike Perry +135
Middleweight 3 rounds
1501   Uriah Hall +325
1502   Paulo Costa -400
Light Heavyweight 3 rounds
1401   Khalil Rountree +110
1402   Gokhan Saki -130
Lightweight 3 rounds
1301   Anthony Pettis +140
1302   Mike Chiesa -160
Heavyweight 3 rounds
1201   Derrick Lewis +325
1202   Francis N’Gannou -400
Heavyweight 5 rounds
1001   Daniel Cormier +190 Over 3½ -120
1002   Stipe Miocic -230 Under 3½ +100

Tour De France

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WWE Money In The Bank Odds

WWE’s Money in the Bank is around the corner on Sunday, June 17, 2018. The action gets down at 7 PM ET at the Allstate Arena in Chicago, Illinois.

5Dimes pro wrestling oddsmakers have released MITB’s odds.

WWE Money In The Bank Betting Odds

Women’s Money In The Bank Ladder Match

  • Natalya +160
  • Charlotte Flair +360
  • Alexa Bliss +375
  • Sasha Banks +505
  • Becky Lynch +800
  • Ember Moon +850
  • Lana +1000
  • Naomi +2700

Men’s Money In The Bank Ladder Match

  • The Miz +140
  • Braun Strowman +300
  • Samoa Joe +470
  • Kevin Owens +725
  • Finn Balor +725
  • Rusev +725
  • Bobby Roode +2500

Last Man Standing match (WWE Championship)

End of Broadcast Ruling:

  • AJ Styles (c) -130
  • Shinsuke Nakamura -110

Raw Women’s Championship

End of Broadcast Ruling:

  • Nia Jax +300
  • Ronda Rousey -420

SmackDown Women’s Championship

End of Broadcast Ruling:

  • Carmella (c) +150
  • Asuka -190

Roman Reigns vs. Jinder Mahal

End of Broadcast Ruling:

  • Roman Reigns -825
  • Jinder Mahal +475

SmackDown Tag Team Championship

End of Broadcast Ruling:

  • Bludgeon Brothers (c) -750
  • Gallows & Anderson +450

Intercontinental Championship

End of Broadcast Ruling:

  • Seth Rollins (c) -750
  • Elias +450

Bobby Lashley vs. Sami Zayn

End of Broadcast Ruling:

  • Bobby Lashley -400
  • Sami Zayn +280

Daniel Bryan vs. Big Cass

End of Broadcast Ruling:

  • Daniel Bryan -160
  • Big Cass +120