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WWE News: Early betting odds for WWE Hell In A Cell 2017

No title changes?

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News 07 Oct 2017, 13:24 IST
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A win at Hell In A Cell could help Kevin Owens become one of the biggest stars in WWE right now

A win at Hell In A Cell could help Kevin Owens become one of the biggest stars in WWE right now



What's the story?

The early betting odds for Hell In A Cell 2017 are out and there aren't any real surprises.The betting odds suggest no title changes.

In case you didn't know...

The two top matches going into Hell In A Cell 2017 are Jinder Mahal defending the WWE Championship against Shinsuke Nakamura and Shane McMahon taking on Kevin Owens facing Shane McMahon inside Hell In A Cell.

There are two other matches on the card, Usos challenging for the SmackDown Tag-Team Titles against The New Day, also inside the Cell. Natalya will defend her title against Charlotte.

The heart of the matter

There are no surprises as far as betting odds go. Both Jinder Mahal and Natalya look like they will retain their titles.

Kevin Owens looks in prime position to beat Shane McMahon. The complete odds are below.

Falls Count Anywhere: Hell In a Cell Match

Shane McMahon (+225) vs. Kevin Owens (-350)

WWE Title Championship

Shinsuke Nakamura (+150) vs. Jinder Mahal (-200)

WWE United States Championship

Baron Corbin (+150) vs. AJ Styles (-225)

SmackDown Women’s Championship

Natalya (-150) vs. Charlotte (+110)

Hell In a Cell Tag Team Championship

The Usos (+110) vs. The New Day (-137)

Rusev (+110) vs. Randy Orton (-150)

Dolph Ziggler (+175) vs. Bobby Roode (-250)

Kickoff Pre-show:

The Hype Bros (+500) vs. Chad Gable and Shelton Benjamin (-1200)

What's next?

Hell In A Cell 2017 will take place tomorrow night from Detroit.

Author's take

There are two big takeaways from this, assuming that the odds are correct.

If Kevin Owens wins, it could lead to a big push for Owens. Whether that happens on SmackDown Live or RAW is a question for a later day. Personally, I hope he stays on SmackDown.

Lastly, Jinder Mahal looks set to win. However, if he loses, it will be so he can win back the championship in the Live Event in Delhi, India in December. This last one seems like a longshot though.

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