For those of you whose minds we exploded when we said you could bet on WWE, your heads are going to explode again because we are now telling you that there is actual strategy involved that can help you to improve your odds of winning.

At its core, smart and sharp betting is all about analyzing situations and making educated and correct predictions of the outcomes. For example, when you bet football, you look at the past games and try to figure out how everything is going to go down in the next game. You take all the information you have at hand and try and make predictions of what the outcome is going to be.

With WWE, this is exactly the same except you need to adjust what you are looking at. Since the athletes are not actually competing against each other, you shouldn’t be looking at their skills or anything like that.

None of those matters when trying to make a sharp WWE bet. What you need to focus on is the history of the writing decisions and apply those to the current situations.

Writers are humans. For this reason, they are inherently bound to personal preferences and patterns. As much as you might think each outcome is random, it’s typically not.

Current scientific evidence states that humans are capable of creating random number patterns, but they’re always going to be heavily biased. Extrapolating this to WWE, we can assume that even if the writers are trying their hardest to be random, they will still follow some patterns and biased. This is assuming that the writer’s main goal is to be random, which it is not.

Their main goal is to entertain as they are probably not even aware that people can bet on their production.  They just want to produce the most exciting show possible while still staying within the confines of their story line. This is information you can use to help formulate your decisions. You can apply additional weight to outcomes that you think might be exciting and less weight to outcomes that might be boring.

What will Kenny Omega do?

You can do away will every one of those concocted situations of Kenny Omega blasting through the draperies at the Royal Rumble to make his WWE debut. The Cleaner will stay a New Japan Pro Wrestling star.

As indicated by Dave Meltzer of the Wrestling Observer Newsletter (h/t Sean Radican of PWTorch), Omega has marked another arrangement that keeps him with NJPW until one year from now.

His Wrestle Kingdom 12 fight with Chris Jericho had a few fans imagining Omega sliding over to WWE to proceed with the quarrel. The way that the games stimulation monster has marked NJPW ability like Shinsuke Nakamura and Finn Balor as of late has had many miracle if Omega is straightaway. The greater a star Omega turns into, the stronger that sort of clamor will develop.

Be that as it may, the IWGP United States heavyweight champ has minimal motivating force to do a switch one year from now or something else.

Omega essentially needn’t bother with the WWE machine. He’s one of the most discussed wrestlers for what it’s worth. He’s delivering at a Hall of Fame level. He’s featuring significant shows and confronting first class rivalry.

Japan has never appeared to be a stopgap for him. In the midst of all the title wins and Match of the Year applicants, it looks as though he’s having a great time.

Fence By Betting the Final Four

There are a lot of approaches to bet the men’s Royal Rumble coordinate. You can bet the out and out victor, to be in the last four, who will have the most ends or who will be in the match the longest.

Taking a gander at the last four, Seth Rollins is everything except a lock at – 1000 while Finn Balor is – 400. I like the incentive on Samoa Joe at +700 and Kevin Owens at +1000 – I’ll be watching out for these numbers as the occasion draws near. Investigate the odds underneath to make sense of your most logical option.

Highest odds Lowest odds
Tommaso Ciampa 21.00 21.00
Johnny Gargano 26.00 26.00
Brock Lesnar 21.00 21.00
Velveteen Dream 17.00 17.00
The Undertaker 34.00 34.00
Elias 51.00 51.00
Walter 51.00 51.00
Ricochet 15.00 15.00
John Cena 19.00 19.00
Bray Wyatt 11.00 11.00
Aleister Black 17.00 17.00
Ali 51.00 51.00
Triple H 51.00 51.00
Big E 17.00 17.00
Kevin Owens 9.00 9.00
Bobby Lashley 26.00 26.00
Kofi Kingston 21.00 21.00
Andrade 17.00 17.00
Mansoor 101.00 101.00
Rusev 34.00 34.00
Roman Reigns 5.50 5.50
Braun Strowman 17.00 17.00
A.J. Styles 17.00 17.00
Matt Riddle 21.00 21.00
Seth Rollins 21.00 21.00
Finn Bálor 11.00 11.00
Rey Mysterio 34.00 34.00
Lars Sullivan 34.00 34.00
Randy Orton 21.00 21.00
Baron Corbin 67.00 67.00
Sami Zayn 51.00 51.00
The Miz 34.00 34.00
Pete Dunne 34.00 34.00
Daniel Bryan 19.00 19.00
Samoa Joe 26.00 26.00
Drew Mcintyre 13.00 13.00
The Rock 26.00 26.00

Men’s Royal Rumble

On the off chance that you take a gander at the different betting classes for this session, a couple of names stand apart as the reasonable top choices inside and out.

Seth Rollins is the top most loved to make it to the last four (- 1000), invest the longest energy in the match (+200) and win the entire thing (EVEN).

Drew McIntyre is an even most loved to score the most disposals, yet he is pursued intently by Braun Strowman (+200), Samoa Joe (+800) and Rollins (+1200).

McIntyre and Strowman are in that spot with Rollins in the main four in most betting props, however with regards to enduring the longest, a couple of astonishing names knock them down the rundown.

Andrade (+350), Musfafa Ali (+400) and Elias (+500) balance the best four behind Rollins.

Name Odds
Adam Cole 6600
Daniel Bryan 5000
The Undertaker 6600
Mustafa Ali 5000
The Rock 2000
Xavier Woods 10000
Shinsuke Nakamura 5000
Rusev 6600
Drew McIntyre 800
Jimmy Uso 10000
Shawn Micheals 10000
Kalisto 10000
AJ Styles 3300
Shelton Benjamin 10000
Lars Sullivan 10000
Batista 4000
Cesaro 10000
Dolph Ziggler 5000
Finn Balor 1600
Cedric Alexander 10000
Sheamus 10000
Bray Wyatt 3300
Mojo Rawley 8000
Kevin Owens 2500
Mick Foley 10000
Seth Rollins -125
Titus O’Neil 10000
Big Show 10000
Kane 10000
John Cena 800
Kofi Kingston 10000
Randy Orton 3300
Samoa Joe 3300
The Miz 2000
Kenny Omega 2000
R Truth 6600
Rey Mysterio 4000
Bobby Lashley 5000
Big E 10000
Hulk Hogan 10000
Elias 4000
Jeff Hardy 5000
Jinder Mahal 10000
EC3 6600
Apollo Crews 6600
Dean Ambrose 3300
Braun Strowman 400
Baron Corbin 10000
Stone Cole Steve Austin 10000
CM Punk 10000
Jey Uso 10000
Andrade Cien Almas 2000
Brock Lesnar 5000
Samy Zayn 6600
Shane McMahon 5000
Aleister Black 10000
Kurt Angle 6600

Women’s Royal Rumble

On the off chance that you take a gander at the different betting classes for this session, a couple of names stand apart as the reasonable top choices inside and out.

Seth Rollins is the top most loved to make it to the last four (- 1000), invest the longest energy in the match (+200) and win the entire thing (EVEN).

Drew McIntyre is an even most loved to score the most disposals, yet he is pursued intently by Braun Strowman (+200), Samoa Joe (+800) and Rollins (+1200).

McIntyre and Strowman are in that spot with Rollins in the main four in most betting props, however with regards to enduring the longest, a couple of astonishing names knock them down the rundown.

Andrade (+350), Musfafa Ali (+400) and Elias (+500) balance the best four behind Rollins.

Name Odds
Naomi 5000
Liv Morgan 10000
Taynara Conti 10000
Peyton Royce 10000
Nikki Cross 10000
Billie Kay 10000
Io Shirai 10000
Charlotte Flair -200
Michelle McCool 10000
Nikki Bella 6600
Nia Jax 5000
Tamina 10000
Stephanie McMahon 8000
Mia Yim 10000
Natalya 6600
Maryse 10000
Deonna Purrazzo 10000
Lita 10000
Lacey Evans 10000
Marina Shafir 10000
Jessamyn Duke 10000
Ember Moon 1800
Ruby Riott 8000
Sonya Deville 8000
Trish Stratus 8000
Asuka 5000
Candice LaRue 10000
Rhea Ripley 10000
Vanessa Borne 10000
Ronda Rousey 1600
Alexa Bliss 1000
Kairi Sane 6600
Mandy Rose 2500
Lana 10000
Dakota Kai 10000
Carmella 3300
Mickie James 8000
Bianca Belair 10000
Toni Storm 10000
Brie Bella 10000
Zelina Vega 10000
Bayley 3300
Alicia Fox 10000
Becky Lynch 150
Shayna Baszler 1800
Sarah Logan 10000
Sasha Banks 4000

 

Royla Rumble Betting Odds

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The Rumble is one of the greatest and best occasions on the WWE schedule, no matter what, on a year to year premise. In-your-face fans tune in, easygoing fans tune in, and even individuals who don’t care for genius wrestling will endeavor to plunk down and watch the Rumble matches themselves.

Throughout the previous barely any years WWE has had the option to revamp the notoriety of the Rumble following a couple of sketchy years, particularly in the men’s Rumble, and it appears as though bookmakers trust it’s never too soon to attempt to foresee who will leave with a single direction pass to the headliner of WrestleMania.