WWE Backlash!!

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WWE Backlash!!

Postby Gibbard2002 » Sat Sep 10, 2016 8:09 am

Guys if you like a bet on WWE then Backlash is this Sunday and William Hill haven't yet changed there prices so get on asap.

They have Dolph Ziggler @ 3/1 (should be 1/9)

They have Becky Lynch @ 7/4 (should be 1/5)

They have Slater and Rhyno @ 6/4 (should be 1/5)

Can also treble them with Hills at over 25/1. Get on! :win:

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Postby Gibbard2002 » Sat Sep 10, 2016 8:15 am

Ziggler already gone 2/9.....

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Postby Gibbard2002 » Sat Sep 10, 2016 9:23 am

Ziggler 2/9 and the other 2 matches suspended now!

Hope some of you got on

Here's a list of the matches

The Uso's V Hype Bro's

The Miz v Dolph Ziggler

Divas 6 pack challenge for the Women's title

Rhyno&Heath Slater v winner of Uso's and Hype Bro's (Tag Title Match)

Randy Orton v Bray Wyatt

Aj Styles v Dean Ambrose (WWE World Heavyweight Title)

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Postby stereoman » Sat Sep 10, 2016 2:30 pm

I think William Hill have £25 limits on these WWE markets now due to how volatile and privy to inside information/absolute shenanigans these kind of bets are.

They're only allowing doubles and nothing more on Women's Championship 6 Pack Elimination and the Smackdown Tag Team Championship right now.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Backlash_(2016)

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Postby stereoman » Mon Sep 12, 2016 12:07 pm

Dolph Ziggler was huge odds-on on Saturday then the wind changed as money came pouring in on The Miz.

I believe Sky Bet settled Randy Orton vs. Bray Wyatt as void if you bet on Randy and a winner if you bet on Bray. Not sure what other bookies settled it as but am assuming Bray as the winner.

All the other odds-on shots appeared to have won though.

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Postby mathsbet » Mon Sep 12, 2016 12:38 pm

I think William Hill have £25 limits on these WWE markets now due to how volatile and privy to inside information/absolute shenanigans these kind of bets are.
I'm amazed they allow betting on it at all. It's not a sport, it's more like betting on what the next plot will be in a movie or TV series - someone wrote it and a certain number of people will know the outcome.

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Postby stereoman » Mon Sep 12, 2016 1:13 pm

It's possibly that bookies expect that these 'casual' punters drunk on their winnings will then reinvest it trying to win more money in the hope that they promptly lose it straight back...a kind of 'loss leader' if you will.

I'd guess there are plenty of phantom accounts being set up 'all the time' solely to bet on things like these then swiftly not used much.

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Postby mathsbet » Tue Sep 13, 2016 7:29 am

They are essentially betting that there will be more uninformed punters gambling/ guessing than people with inside information. Most likely that is true, but it seems like a risk given that there must be a fairly big circle of people who know exactly what the outcome will be.

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Postby Gibbard2002 » Thu Sep 15, 2016 10:12 am

There is huge money to be made in wwe, the prices changes very quickly and if you keep an eye on it, some bookies will change before others.

unfortunately The Miz went into 1/7 around 11pm Sunday night and ruined the treble but the other 2 won :win:

Be interesting if any people paid out on Bray to win after officially beating him due to 'forfeit'. He was around 8/1 in places

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