Sunday night in Atlanta, Survivor Series is live, and what a historical evening this WWE pay-per-view will be. After a very good pay-per-view Hell in the Cell last month, Sunday night should have some outstanding and shocking moments. Some big WWE stars will not be at this PPV, but I see the new generation and old timers putting on an outstanding show.
I'm so disappointed I'm not attending Survivor Series in Atlanta, but you know for a fact that I will be watching this live and will have plenty of action on this card. Sunday's card has seven categories to wager on. And if you like underdogs and twist and turns, this betting card is for you. Our friends over a Paddypower were one of the first to post odds on these Survivor Series matches, and as of Friday afternoon we have already seen some shocking line movement. Yes, the public is betting some big underdogs already!
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My WWE betting predictions have been profitable, and at Hell in a Cell we swept the board going a PERFECT 8-0. We did have one plus-money winner on the Hell in a Cell PPV betting card. In my last 11 WWE PPVs I am 54-17 (76%), and if you are going to place some cash on these WWE matches I highly recommend betting them early because these numbers move quickly because of low limits.
Here are the odds and my betting predictions - Odds Provided by Paddypower
Dolph Ziggler +175
Tyler Breeze -250
A bit confused on the big push for Tyler Breeze as I still believe Dolph Ziggler is one of the underrated wrestlers in the WWE. Really wanted to play Ziggler +175, but I see this feud continuing for a month or longer so giving the win to Ziggler will kill the feud before it really got started. Lay the -250 before the word gets out because I see this number climbing and I see Tyler Breeze winning with Summer Rea being the key factor.
Boy, did I feel uncomfortable about Paige mentioning Charlotte's deceased brother during RAW Monday night. Looks like most of the fans and suits in the back also thought that was too much, but the show must go on. I see this feud going on to at least the pay-per-view TLC. So with this feud not being over why make Charlotte lose? Charlotte is -600, and to be honest I really thought this number would be higher and I see Charlotte retaining her title Sunday night.
Tag Team Match
The Brothers of Destruction -400
Wyatt Family +250
The Undertaker and Kane once again reunite Sunday night in Atlanta, and the Brothers of Destruction will be looking to give the Wyatt family some pain. No matter which of the Wyatt Family members fight Sunday night, I can guarantee that it will not be Bray Wyatt but that before the night ends Bray will have his chance to make the Brothers of Destruction think about their actions. The Undertaker and Kane win this match, and yes I'm laying the -400 but after the match the Wyatt Family put a beat down on the Brothers of Destruction. Maybe we could see a Sting appearance in this match… Wishful thinking!
Singles Match - Heavyweight Champion Tournament
Roman Reigns -1000
Alberto Del Rio +450
There is no chance that Alberto Del Rio wins this match, and I'm just hoping this match is over quickly. Alberto Del Rio already has the United States Championship belt, and to be honest I'm shocked that Del Rio made it this far in the tournament. Roman Reigns easily wins this match, and you couldn't make this number high enough.
Singles Match - Heavyweight Champion Tournament
Dean Ambrose -600
Kevin Owens +350
Match of the night by far, and I can't wait to watch this match. Kevin Owens is unbelievably great as a villain, and both wrestlers bring out the best in them inside the ring. I'm hoping this feud lasts a good month or so, but you never know what's best for business. Kevin Owens will push Dean Ambrose to hell and back, and after an outstanding match I see Dean Ambrose advancing and facing his good friend Roman Reigns. I will tell you one thing, getting Kevin Owens at +350 is very tempting!
WWE World Heavyweight Champion Tournament Winner
Roman Reigns -400
Dean Ambrose +165
Kevin Owens 6-1
Alberto Del Rio 9-1
The match between Roman Reigns and Dean Ambrose has so many angles and the powers that be have so many different shocking options. As you can tell, Reigns is the heavy favorite to win the Heavyweight Championship belt, but I'm putting my money on Dean Ambrose. Why, you ask? Reigns turns on Ambrose Sunday night, but that backfires and Ambrose pins Reigns and we have a new champion. Triple H will try to help Reigns in this match as Reigns will take the place of Seth Rollins.
Sheamus to Cash in the MITB Contract at the Survivor Series PPV
It will not shock me to see Sheamus cash in his Money in the Bank contract Sunday night and lose that match. Yes, I still believe Dean Ambrose wins the belt and starts a feud with Reigns, and I know for a fact that giving the Heavyweight title is not in the future of Sheamus.
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