WWE SummerSlam 2016 betting odds revealed

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SummerSlam is coming up fast this weekend and the WWE Universe is gearing up for the WWE's second biggest pay-per-view of the entire year.

The fans are going to be treated to some absolute must-see matches with Brock Lesnar taking on Randy Orton in what will hopefully see the first ever F5 into an RKO counter, while John Cena and AJ Styles will go head-to-head.

Well, ahead of the event, the most recently updated odds for SummerSlam have been released.


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Main Title Matches

We'll start by taking a look at what the bookies are saying for the WWE World Championship match between Dean Ambrose and Dolph Ziggler. Unsurprisingly, The Lunatic Fringe is the heavy favourite, going into the match at -700. Despite those crazy odds, Ambrose is still only the second biggest favourite at SummerSlam, showing you just how insane you have to be to bet on WWE.

In the other match, for the WWE Universal Championship, Finn Balor is tipped to make his PPV debut in style, currently leading the way as the -160 favourite over Seth Rollins.

Other Title Matches

The remaining title matches; the Tag Team, Women's, United States, and Intercontinental championship should see a mixture of changes and retentions on Sunday night.

Sasha Banks is a -1200 favourite to beat Charlotte and keep hold of her title, while Rusev is interestingly the favourite to come out of SummerSlam with the United States title still around his waist.

There could be a very different story for the IC and tag titles, however, with The Club and Apollo Crews being favoured to beat the current champs and take the belts for themselves.

Other Matches

Unfortunately for fans, after everything that has happened in the past few weeks and months, Brock Lesnar is still the -300 favourite to beat Roman Reigns.

However, in a twist of fate, John Cena is actually expected to lose to AJ Styles in the battle of SmackDown's best.

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