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WWE News: Early betting odds for No Mercy

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What's the story?

WWE's No Mercy event is just around the corner. There are a lot of ways to enjoy a WWE pay-per-view and some people like putting their money on the line for a chance to win more. BetWrestling has the current betting odds for WWE's upcoming No Mercy PPV.

In case you didn't know

No Mercy is going to be a stacked show with two matches many consider to be "WrestleMania worthy."

Roman Reigns and John Cena will finally clash as the dream match between Brock Lesnar and Braun Strowman will take centre stage.

As fans inch closer to the big No Mercy show in Los Angeles, some of these early betting odds could give an idea of how things will play out.

The heart of the matter

You never want to mess with Brock Lesnar because he is liable to take you to Suplex City at the drop of a hat. The current odds are listing Brock as the favourite to retain the Universal Title at No Mercy over Braun Strowman with -300 odds.

Another top favourite would be Dean Ambrose and Seth Rollins in their encounter with Sheamus and Cesaro. The former Shield brethren are currently at -225 odds to win the match which is a pretty good sign they'll be retaining their titles.

Alexa Bliss currently sits on top of the fatal five-way for the Raw Women's Title with +120 odds. Although those aren't great they are better than the odds for Nia Jax (+225), Sasha Banks (+225), Bayley (+300), and especially Emma (+1200).

Other odds have The Miz (-110) retaining his Intercontinental Title over Jason Jordan (-137) and Roman Reigns (-200) over John Cena (+150).

What's next?

No Mercy will be a wild night of pro wrestling but it will be even more stressful for the people who put up money on the event.


Author's take

If you decide to put up money on pre-determined sporting events, then that's your decision. Just keep in mind winning is determined by Vince McMahon who would easily get in the earpiece of the referee and direct them to change the match's finish mid-way through.

Please bet responsibly.

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