WWE Money In The Bank 2013 Betting Tips

avatar Written By Graeme on July 12, 2013  


One of the most exciting WWE events of the year is the Money In The Bank which is coming our way from Philadelphia, PA this Sunday. The winners of the Money in the Bank briefcases are pretty much guaranteed future title runs and runs at the top of the card. It is the show where WWE tells everyone who the future stars are going to be (or at least, could be). It’s a great show and this year’s looks like no exception.

The main event is the ladder matches, but there is also a WWE title match pitting John Cena against Mark Henry after a masterfully done fake-retirement by Mark Henry. It was some of the best work of his career, but it will probably end up being for naught as he faces John Cena aka the biggest favorite in WWE history.
The real story of this show is the ladder matches. There are favorites and there are underdogs, but the truth is anyone could win. That’s what makes this event so exciting: The unknown.

Money in the Bank 2013 Betting Odds:

  • The Shield (-5000) vs The Usos (+1200)
  • AJ Lee (-1000) vs Kaitlyn (+550)
  • Ryback (-1400) vs Chris Jericho (+700)
  • Curtis Axel (-500) vs The Miz (+1200)
  • Alberto Del Rio (-900) vs Dolph Ziggler (+500)
  • John Cena (-900) vs Mark Henry (+500)
  • MITB: World Heavyweight Title – Briefcase Winner Other wrestlers may be added
    Damien Sandow (-185)
    Wade Barrett (+275)
    Antonio Cesaro (+900)
    Dean Ambrose (+1000)
    Cody Rhodes (+2000)
    Fandango (+2500)
    Jack Swagger (+4000)
  • MITB: WWE Championship – Briefcase Winner Other wrestlers may be added
    Randy Orton (-275)
    Daniel Bryan (+275)
    CM Punk (+1600)
    Rob Van Dam (+1600)
    Sheamus (+1600)
    Christian (+5000)

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

Money In The Bank Betting Tips & Analysis:

As you can see the undercard isn’t offering us a lot to work with, but let’s take a closer look and see if we can find some value with our analysis.

The Shield (-5000) vs The Usos (+1200): The Shield is slowly turning into the Undertaker at Wrestlemania: unstoppable. The Usos will put up a good fight here, but they’ll be no match for the Shield’s winning ways.

AJ Lee (-1000) vs Kaitlyn (+550): AJ is absolutely carrying the Divas division right now and she is a much better wrestler than Kaitlyn so I can’t imagine her losing here. Skip it.

Ryback (-1400) vs Chris Jericho (+700): A few months ago Ryback was one of WWE’s rising stars and then… he ran into John Cena. He desperately needs a win here to reestablish himself in the WWE’s upper echelon and Chris Jericho doesn’t seem to have a problem giving it to him. Next.
Curtis Axel (-500) vs The Miz (+1200): I will never understand what Paul Heyman sees in Curtis Axel, but I really don’t see him losing the title here. The mystique of the Paul Heyman guy needs to be kept up, even if Axel stinks.

Alberto Del Rio (-900) vs Dolph Ziggler (+500): This is a tough one. Logic would say that this is time for the good guy to get his title back, but backstage stuff is getting in the way of that logic. Is Dolph finally healthy? Will WWE give him another shot? I want to say yes, but my heart is saying no.

John Cena (-900) vs Mark Henry (+500): John Cena beat THE ROCK. Do you really think he’s losing to the other guy in Nation of Domination? Didn’t think so. Bet Cena if you have the money to do so.

MITB: Damien Sandow (-185) vs Wade Barrett (+275) vs Antonio Cesaro (+900) vs Dean Ambrose (+1000) vs Cody Rhodes (+2000) vs Fandango (+2500) vs Jack Swagger (+4000): Finally, something I can sink my teeth into. This match is an interesting one because it’s for the less desirable World Heavyweight title which means that the winner could be more of a wild card. Like Daniel Bryan was two years ago or Dolph Ziggler was last year. I find Sandow to be a surprising favorite here because I can’t remember the last match he won and Wade Barrett has been floundering for months. To me, there are only two real candidates to win this one: Dean Ambrose and Antonio Cesaro. They both have that Philly independent wrestling cred that the crowd will eat up and they both are ready for a bigger spotlight. As much as I like Ambrose, I think he has his hands full with the Shield so I’m going with the bigger underdog. Bet on Antonio Cesaro.

MITB: Randy Orton (-275) vs Daniel Bryan (+275) vs CM Punk (+1600) vs Rob Van Dam (+1600) vs Sheamus (+1600) vs Christian (+5000): The past few months have been built up like this is Daniel Bryan’s match to lose. He has been fighting and clawing to prove himself at the top of the card and nothing would solidify that climb like a big win here. Daniel Bryan is ready for prime time. Bet Daniel Bryan.

Money In The Bank Betting Picks:

  1. Antonio Cesaro
  2. John Cena
  3. Daniel Bryan

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



Current Wrestling Betting Odds:

Event:Match:Odds: Where To Bet:
NXT TakeoverAll the MatchesNight 1 & 2BetOnline
WrestlemaniaRoman Reigns vs Edge vs BryanEdge +115 Reigns +175 Bryan +300BetOnline
WrestlemaniaBobby Lashley vs Drew McIntyreLashley -+150 Drew -215BetOnline
WrestlemaniaBraun Strowman vs Shane McMahonBraun -295 Shane +300BetOnline
WrestlemaniaBad Bunny & Priest vs The Miz & JoMoTeam Bad Bunny -950 Team Miz +800BetOnline
WrestlemaniaBianca Belair vs Sasha Banks Bianca -400 Sasha +350BetOnline
WrestlemaniaRiddle vs SheamusRiddle -118 Sheamus +120BetOnline
WrestlemaniaBig E vs Apollo CrewsBig E +100 Apollo Crews -118BetOnline
WrestlemaniaThe Fiend vs Randy OrtonThe Fiend -950 Orton +800BetOnline
WrestlemaniaCesaro vs Seth RollinsCesaro -250 vs Seth +200BetOnline
WrestlemaniaKevin Owens vs Sami ZaynOwens -350 Zayn +250BetOnline
WrestlemaniaRey & Dom vs Dolph & RoodeMysterios -300 Dolph/Roode +200BetOnline
WrestlemaniaAJ Styles/Omo vs The New DayAJ/Omo -400 New Day +250BetOnline
WrestlemaniaRhea Ripley vs AsukaRhea -400 Asulka +250BetOnline
WrestlemaniaTag Team Turmoil WinnersTag Team Turmoil Winners -215 vs Shayna/Nia +150BetOnline
Note: Not all bets may be available at BetOnline but they are only choice for Americans.

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