The WWE Money in the Bank 2023 event is quickly approaching, and fans are buzzing with excitement. As part of the anticipation, betting site has unveiled the betting odds for the event, offering an insight into the favored contenders and underdogs for each match.

The Men’s Money in the Bank Ladder Match has LA Knight as the heavy favorite at -250 odds. However, Logan Paul enters the ring with odds of +115, closely followed by Damian Priest at +170. Shinsuke Nakamura, Santos Escobar, Butch, and Ricochet complete the field with varying odds.

Cody Rhodes emerges as the clear favorite with -700 odds, while Dominic Mysterio embraces the role of underdog with odds of +400.

The Tag Team Match features Roman Reigns & Solo Sikoa as the frontrunners at -140 odds, while The Usos aim to defy the odds with +100.


Turning to the Women’s Money in the Bank Ladder Match, Iyo Sky takes the lead as the favorite with -500 odds, closely pursued by Becky Lynch at +350. Bayley, Zoey Stark, Zelina Vega, and Trish Stratus complete the lineup with their respective odds.

The WWE Intercontinental Championship Match heavily favors the current champion, Gunther, with -2000 odds, leaving Matt Riddle as the underdog with +700 odds.

In the WWE Women’s Tag Team Championship Match, Ronda Rousey & Shayna Baszler hold an advantage as the reigning champions at -1000 odds, while Raquel Rodriguez & Liv Morgan face an uphill battle with +500 odds.

Lastly, the WWE World Heavyweight Championship Match sees Seth Rollins as the favorite with -2000 odds, leaving Finn Balor with the role of the underdog at +700.

As always, it’s important to note that these betting odds are subject to change and do not guarantee the actual results of the matches. Wrestling fans will have to tune in to witness the action and see which competitors emerge victorious at WWE Money in the Bank 2023.

Which match are you most excited about at WWE Money in the Bank 2023, and do you think the current betting odds accurately reflect the potential outcomes? Leave a comment.

Steve Carrier

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