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WWE News: Latest odds for ‘Money In The Bank’ — Who will be the next winner?

Tonight, the curtain will be lifted upon the WWE’s Money in the Bank pay-per-view, scheduled to feature on WWE Network. The event is expected to be one of the high hoped and the most contemplated events WWE conducts throughout the year. Though, it seems to be out of the audience’s hit list, since it is going to be a sure-fired one.wwe-money-in-the-bank-2015

The disparity for this tonight’s Money in the Bank show is prevailing fan’s predictions, since the core has been already out via full cards. But, you still can’t be certain about WWE’s moves, since a lot of times WWE has stunned its audience by changing the climax and startling them by the end as it wasn’t supposed to be.

To break the ice, Money in the Bank ladder match  seems like, it will break through the perception, denoting the major plot will be the same leaving the odds untouched, which clearly suggests that Roman Reigns will conspicuously walk out of the match with the Money in the Bank briefcase. Reigns is a huge all-time-favorite in the ladder match checking in at -420 while the rest of the field still stays at +300.

While Nikki Bella is all set to avert her Divas Championship against Paige, seeming to be harder than nails – Nikki Bella will be walking out of Money in the Bank with the Divas title. Nikki remains un-ambushed at -180, and Paige is the underdog at +140. Also, according to the plan Nikki Bella will break, AJ Lee’s record as the longest reigning WWE Divas Champion of all-time and she’s only 90 days away from achieving so.

The favorites are to retain their Tag Team Titles by ambushing the Prime Time Players and that is as clear as a bell. WWE really treasures what The New Day has in store, also Cesaro and Tyson Kidd being dissolved for the match due to Kidd’s injury. For The New Day is key favorites at -350, and the Prime Time Players are the underdogs at +250.

However, “The Big Guy” is all set to garrison his newly acquired Intercontinental Championship against the Big Show,  Ryback still remains the most desired challengers of the night. Plausibly, after Ryback’s successfully repels his title tonight, he will reignite the enmity with Bray Wyatt, who beat him back at WWE Payback. Ryback stands un-[tossed at -900, and the Big Show is a massive underdog at +500.

John Cena is a slight favorite to smash Kevin Owens, which is probably due to the fact that the creative team knows that Owen must defeat Cena. As Cena is favored at -160, and Owens is the underdog at +120.

Momentously, Seth Rollins is obviously the second biggest favorite of the night at-560. Specs are that Roman Reigns will cash-in his Money in the Bank contract and walk out as the new WWE World Heavyweight Champion.

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