WWE Money In The Bank 2015 Betting Tips

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Written By Graeme on June 12, 2015  


This weekend, the WWE brings us one of the most anticipated PPVs of the year with Money in the Bank 2015.

It’s a huge PPV because of one match – Money in the Bank. It’s essentially setting the course for the main event picture over the next 12 months in the WWE. While not a guarantee, winning the money in the bank usually results in that person being the champion down the road.

This is a much bigger PPV than previous years though – with some potentially excellent matches on the show. We have Cena vs Owens II, Rollins vs Ambrose in a ladder match and The New Day vs Prime Time Players.

Let’s check out the odds then we’ll get to the tips:

WWE Money In The Bank 2015 Betting Odds:

  • John Cena (-150) vs Kevin Owens (+110)
  • Roman Reigns (-535) vs The Field(+355)
  • Seth Rollins (-555) vs Dean Ambrose (+365)
  • The New Day (-420) vs Prime Time Players (+300)
  • Ryback (-1500) vs The Big Show (+700)
  • Nikki Bella (-190) vs Paige (+150)
  • Wade Barrett (-400) vs R-Truth (+280)

All odds are taken from http://www.5Dimes.com.

WWE Money in the Bank 2015 Betting Tips & Analysis:

John Cena (-150) vs Kevin Owens (+110): While there is obviously betting value here – I just don’t know where. History suggests that Cena wins this one – hell history doesn’t just suggest it; it hammers it home with his last few feuds. This is one where I recommend checking back Sunday – I may update this with a betting tip at that time.

Sunday Morning Edit: We’re going to take John Cena. We think this is being booked like a huge UFC feud – where the money is in the third match at Summerslam. Take Cena.

Roman Reigns (-535) vs The Field(+355): First let me preface this by saying I hope Reigns wins, Ambrose wins the world title – but Reigns does NOT cash in MITB. Let that boil until Summerslam. However Reigns is in a good role right now where he’s getting over as a face. There’s also rumours of a feud with Bray Wyatt in the pipeline. In saying that – current house show schedules are going to have Reigns vs Rollins headlining. Reigns is a good bet to win for sure and he’s the favourite – but not at those odds. Take the field.

Seth Rollins (-555) vs Dean Ambrose (+365): I love Dean Ambrose, and I do think they should give him a chance with the title – but it’s hard to see them take it away from Rollins. There is the rumours involving Reigns, and there’s also the possibility of Brock returning and costing Rollins the match – but I’m going to stay away from this one.

The New Day (-420) vs Prime Time Players (+300): The Prime Time Players have had a solid little push as of late. With the Usos still out and Tyson Kidds injury – it’s possible they go for a DQ or countout finish here. More than likely it will be a New Day win with them cheating – but we like the DQ/countout finish enough to bet on it.

Ryback (-1500) vs The Big Show (+700): I’ve spent the last week trying to find a reason to back Big Show. Those odds are excellent – but I just can’t justify it. I can’t see him getting the title, and a countout/DQ victory makes no sense.

Nikki Bella (-190) vs Paige (+150): Paige hasn’t had any indication in booking that she is going to win. Nikki should be going over here.

Wade Barrett (-400) vs R-Truth (+280): Are we crazy? Maybe – but we think R-Truth is worth a small bet of maybe half a unit. He seems to be on some weird push and Barrett has lost to everyone. It’s the pre-show so it doesn’t really matter anyway.

WWE Money in the Bank 2015 Betting Picks:

  1. The Field in MITB
  2. Nikki Bella
  3. R-Truth – half unit
  4. Prime Time Players – half unit

You can bet the WWE at http://www.5Dimes.com.



Where To Bet WWE:

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We recommend 5Dimes the most due to better odds, and they cover all WWE events. (Bovada usually only have Mania, Rumble although you can click and see)

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