Possible Spoiler: New Betting Favorite to Win Money in the Bank

Roman Reigns vs Edge Money in the Bank results

In a possible spoiler ahead of tonight’s Money in the Bank event, Big E has been made the new bookies favorite to win tonight’s men’s Money in the Bank ladder match. This is, of course, somewhat surprising as throughout most of this week, the favorite for the match has most consistently been Seth Rollins, and before him it was Riddle. However, as per SkyBet, Big E has been moved to heavily favorable odds of 4/9, with Seth moved into second place with odds of 9/2. Most shockingly, former WWE Champion, Drew McIntyre, has fallen to odds of 13/2 and is now highly unlikely to match last year’s Royal Rumble result. A victory would mark Big E’s first taste of Money in the Bank ladder glory.

A Sign of Change?

Big E New Favorite for Money in the Bank

With fans clamoring back into arenas to catch WWE action up and down the country, there has been much talk from higher-ups within the company of much-needed change coming soon. After all, what better way to retain returning fans than giving them what they want? Stephanie McMahon, in particular, has spoken much of WWE wanting to kick off the return of fans with a “bang” and giving them plenty of new surprises. With Money in the Bank set to be a show full of surprises, a victory for Big E may well just top off one of the more exciting WWE events in recent memory. It may be a possible spoiler, or it may be a rare bookies mistake, regardless, Big E looks set for a very positive Money in the Bank. Make sure to tune in to the action on the WWE Network and/or Peacock at 8 PM ET.

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