It is that time again as we take a look through the betting odds ahead of a major event to see what the betting markets predict will go down. This time we have a Hell In A Cell betting odds analysis ahead of one of WWE’s marquee events. All odds are taken from Mybookie.
WWE Hell In A Cell Betting Odds Analysis
Cesaro vs Seth Rollins
As of the latest updates, Cesaro comes in as the favorite to win this match at -200 and get another PPV win over Seth Rollins. Rollins isn’t too far behind so this is one of the closer contests of the night but we’ll have to lean towards Cesaro getting the win and maybe moving back into title contention.
Kevin Owens vs Sami Zayn
These two superstars have been intertwined for their entire careers and at Hell In A Cell they will go at it again in search of victory. Owens is the steady favorite at -350 to come away with the win here.
Alexa Bliss vs Shayna Baszler
Alexa Bliss has been unbeatable in her newest form. The woman with magic on her side being the heavy -1000 favorite should come as no surprise as this Alexa Bliss gimmick doesn’t seem to be going away any time soon, even though it should.
SmackDown Women’s Championship – Bianca Belair vs Bayley
At -2000 Bianca Belair is the overwhelming favorite to continue her title run in this one. Bayley has provided an entertaining opponent for Belair ever since WrestleMania but she doesn’t feel like a viable threat to take the title from Belair just yet. The Hell In A Cell betting odds are likely right on the money with this one.
Raw Women’s Championship – Rhea Ripley vs Charlotte Flair
Another woman who claimed gold at WrestleMania and another betting favorite to win. Ripley is -400 to come away with the win. This would see Ripley avenge her WrestleMania 2020 loss to Flair and seems to be the most interesting direction. That said, you can never count out Flair, especially with some major events on the horizon.
WWE Championship – Bobby Lashley vs Drew McIntyre
Drew McIntyre once again has a shot at regaining his WWE Championship from Lashley but the Mybookie odds are not in his favor. Bobby Lashley is currently sitting at -400 to retain his title in this one and extend McIntyre’s chase.
So there you have it, the betting odds predict a fairly standard show from WWE here with no title changes and no huge upsets on the card. Whether these odds prove to be correct remains to be seen but we’ll just have to hope the show has some twists and turns in store.
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