Enjoy These WWE SummerSlam 2018 Early Betting Odds, If You’d Like To Lose Money

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WWE’s Biggest Party Of The Summer™, SummerSlam 2018, goes down this Sunday on WWE Network and, if you’re in a coma or something, pay-per-view. If you’re the type who still places large, important bets on sports-entertainment — bless your heart — we’ve got the early betting odds for the show, courtesy of 5Dimes. Lose enough money and you’ll have to place your bets for Hell in a Cell on 0Dimes (get it??).

One important note: with how betting odds work, what happens on Raw, Smackdown, and 205 Live will change these dramatically as the week goes on. As of Monday morning, this is where the betting odds for the card lie:

2018 SummerSlam Odds

WWE Universal Championship
Brock Lesnar (end of broadcast ruling) +210
Roman Reigns (end of broadcast ruling) -290

WWE Raw Women’s Championship
Alexa Bliss (end of broadcast ruling) +260
Ronda Rousey (end of broadcast ruling) -380

WWE Championship
AJ Styles (end of broadcast ruling) -150
Samoa Joe (end of broadcast ruling) +110

Money in the Bank Contract
Braun Strowman (end of broadcast ruling) -300
Kevin Owens (end of broadcast ruling) +220

WWE Intercontinental Championship
Dolph Ziggler (end of broadcast ruling) +205
Seth Rollins (end of broadcast ruling) -285

Smackdown Women’s Championship Triple Threat Match
Becky Lynch +105
Carmella +210
Charlotte Flair +180
Becky Lynch does not win -145
Carmella does not win -290
Charlotte Flair does not win -260

WWE Cruiserweight Championship
Cedric Alexander (end broadcast ruling) -110
Drew Gulak (end of broadcast ruling) -130

WWE United States Championship
Shinsuke Nakamura (end broadcast ruling) -265
Jeff Hardy (end of broadcast ruling) +185

The smart money bet here seems to be on Kevin Owens, because why would they book a “no matter how Braun Strowman loses the match, he loses the Money in the Bank briefcase” angle and not pay that off with a disqualification or a count-out or something? Get those dollars. I’d also considering putting some money down on Alexa Bliss, because if this is the show where someone cashes in Money in the Bank and we say goodbye to Brock Lesnar in the short-term, they might save Ronda Rousey’s first championship win for a show that needs it (like Hell in a Cell) or for the first all-women’s pay-per-view, Evolution, in October.

Stay tuned for betting odds for Kevin Owens cashing in Money in the Bank on a triumphant Roman Reigns to end the show, set at plus-infinity.