WWE Money In The Bank 2018: Betting Odds For Every Match And PPV Start Time

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If you're the type of person who enjoys gambling, there is a good chance you're looking forward to WWE's Money in the Bank PPV to place a bet or two. Sure, it's a predetermined event, but that's not going to stop people making a wager. Luckily, odds for every Money in the Bank match are out, so you can figure out which bets are the safest and the riskiest.

Money in the Bank is coming to the WWE Network on Sunday, June 17 from the Allstate Arena in Rosemont, IL. MITB will have an earlier start time than most of the other WWE events. The main card starts at 7 PM ET / 4 PM PT with the Kickoff Show starting one hour prior.

Before we get to the actual betting odds, here's a little explanation of how money lines work. In the case of Big Cass vs. Daniel Bryan, Cass's line is +110 and Bryan's is -150--he's favored to win. These money lines are from 5 Dimes, if you bet $100 on Cass, you'll win $110 for his money line and your $100 back for a total of $210. For Bryan, you need to bet $150 in order to win $100, for a total of $250 if Bryan wins his match.

The bets with the biggest returns come from the MITB matches. On the women's side, both Lana and Ember Moon's money line is at +1100, and Naomi's is at +3000. Natalya is favored to win the match at +150, with Alexa Bliss close behind at +210. On the men's side, the biggest payout comes from Bobby Roode, whose line is +2500. Surprisingly, The Miz is favored at -135, with Braun Strowman falling behind at +350.

Additionally, there are a couple other lopsided matches during the event, most notably Roman Reigns (-1350) vs. Jinder Mahal (+650). Did anyone really think Jinder was going to win this? Wait, I predicted Jinder to win? It's only because I felt sorry for him. Reigns is the lock of the evening, according to 5 Dimes. The closest bout of the night is AJ Styles (+105) vs. Shinsuke Nakamura (-145), and it should be the match of the night. For full odds, check out the list below.

Money in the Bank Odds:

Women's MITB Match

  • Natalya wins Ladder Match +150
  • Alexa Bliss wins Ladder Match +210
  • Charlotte Flair wins Ladder Match +405
  • Sasha Banks wins Ladder Match +500
  • Becky Lynch wins Ladder Match +900
  • Lana wins Ladder Match +1100
  • Ember Moon wins Ladder Match +1100
  • Naomi wins Ladder Match +3000

Men's MITB Match

  • The Miz wins Ladder Match -135
  • Braun Strowman wins Ladder Match +350
  • Samoa Joe wins Ladder Match +470
  • Kevin Owens wins Ladder Match +725
  • Finn Balor wins Ladder Match +725
  • Rusev wins Ladder Match +725
  • Bobby Roode wins Ladder Match +2500

AJ Styles vs Shinsuke Nakamura (Last Man Standing Match for the WWE Championship)

  • AJ Styles +105
  • Shinsuke Nakamura -145

Nia Jax vs Ronda Rousey (WWE Raw Women's Championship)

  • Nia Jax +400
  • Ronda Rousey -600

Carmella vs Asuka (WWE SmackDown Women's Championship)

  • Carmella +160
  • Asuka -210

Roman Reigns vs Jinder Mahal

  • Roman Reigns -1350
  • Jinder Mahal +650

The Bludgeon Brothers vs The Good Brothers (Smackdown Tag Team Championship)

  • The Bludgeon Brothers -750
  • L.Gallows & K.Anderson +450

Bobby Lashley vs Sami Zayn

  • Bobby Lashley -590
  • Sami Zayn +390

Seth Rollins vs Elias (WWE Intercontinental Championship)

  • Seth Rollins -675
  • Elias +425

Daniel Bryan vs Big Cass

  • Daniel Bryan -150
  • Big Cass +110

If you're interested in more MITB, check out the full match card, our predictions, rumors, and a video on the history of Shinsuke Nakamua vs. AJ Styles. Make sure to come back to GameSpot on Sunday, June 17 for live coverage of the event.

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