WWE News: Latest betting odds on all Elimination Chamber 2018 matches
What's the story?
WWE Elimination Chamber 2018 is just a few days away now, and speculations regarding the winners of the two Elimination Chamber matches, as well as the other matches, have been running wild. The latest betting odds are out and they are quite interesting.
In case you didn’t know…
Betting odds are usually a good indicator of who is expected to win their respective matches, though as of now, there is still some time left for the odds to shift.
For instance, Daniel Bryan was initially the odds-on favourite to win the Royal Rumble this year but, as we got close to the event, Nakamura emerged as the clear favourite.
The heart of the matter
Regarding the Elimination Chamber, the current odds do not reveal any surprise winners. Anyone who follows any pro wrestling news website is aware that Roman Reigns is set to main event WrestleMania for the 4th time in a row. Betting odds for the Men's Elimination Chamber match favour Roman Reigns at -500. The next closest competitor is Braun Strowman at +400.
The favourite to win the Women's Elimination Chamber match is the current Champion Alexa Bliss with -280, with Sasha Banks coming in close at +190.
Asuka is expected to retain her winning streak with a win against Nia Jax, while Matt Hardy is expected to triumph over the 'Eater of Worlds' Bray Wyatt. Here is the list of all current odds according to 5Dimes:
Men’s Elimination Chamber:
Roman Reigns -600
Braun Strowman +400
Seth Rollins +600
Finn Balor +1700
John Cena +2000
The Miz +3500
Women’s Elimination Chamber:
Alexa Bliss -280
Sasha Banks +190
Sonya Deville +600
Mickie James +2500
Mandy Rose +4500
Asuka -750 vs Nia Jax +450
Matt Hardy -215 vs Bray Wyatt +165
The Elimination Chamber is set to take place this Sunday at the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada. Though the event is just three days away, there is still time for some odds to change.
While it is not surprising that Roman Reigns is set to win the Men's Elimination Chamber match, it will be interesting to watch how the first ever Women's Chamber match pans out. Truth be told, the first Women's Hell in a Cell match last year was slightly underwhelming, but these six extremely talented women have the ability to even outshine the Men's EC match.
As for the other two matches, there doesn't seem to be any solid reason to break Asuka's winning streak right now, and the Bray Wyatt vs Matt Hardy can still go either way.
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