2019 WWE Money in the Bank Betting Odds, Preview & Predictions.

2019 WWE Money in the Bank Odds, Preview & Predictions

Written by on May 17, 2019

Here comes the money, literally. On Sunday, the top WWE Superstars meet again in Money in the Bank, one of the most anticipated events of the year, as one lucky man and one lucky woman can win a title opportunity to cash in whenever they want.

The card also includes fights for the Universal and WWE Championships, while Becky “Two Belts” will be featuring a double-header for the Raw and SmackDown Women’s titles. Let’s check the latest WWE Odds for the 2019 edition of Money in the Bank while making some predictions.

2019 WWE Money in the Bank Odds, Preview & Predictions

  • When: Sunday, 7 pm ET
  • Where: XL Center, Hartford, Connecticut
  • Live Stream: WWE Network

Seth Rollins vs AJ Styles

The Architect Seth Rollins did the impossible by beating Brock Lesnar at WrestleMania, but the Shake-Up brought him a new and maybe better opponent, The Phenomenal AJ Styles. Both Rollins and Styles are at the top of the list when it comes to talent, but quoting Roman Reigns RAW is Rollins backyard and his reign has just begun, which is why I think he’s going to keep the title in a very close match.

Becky Lynch vs Charlotte Flair

Whether you like it or not, right now Becky Lynch is the face of the company and the McMahon’s are trying to capitalize the max out of it, that’s why she’s performing twice on Sunday, first in a WrestleMania rematch against her former friend Charlotte Flair and then against Lacey Evans.

Lynch comes in as the favorite but there’s a big chance for Flair to regain the SmackDown Women’s title right before the show moves to Fox. The Network has been very clear about having the best of the best in SmackDown, and the show’s champion should only concentrate on one show per week.

Becky Lynch vs Lacy Evans

There’s no way for Lacy Evans to become champion on Sunday Night. The WWE Universe will be backing up Becky and ‘The Man’ can’t-lose both belts on the same night. Evans is a newcomer, her journey just begun and she’s going to have many more opportunities.

Kofi Kingston vs Kevin Owens

Just like Becky, Kofi Kingston has become one of the favorites and Kevin Owens doesn’t look like the right one to put an end to Kofimania, at least not yet. Look for an appearance by The New Day, both Xavier Woods and Big E.

Kofi Kingston is one of the favorites at the 2019 Money in the Bank Betting Odds.

The Miz vs Shane McMahon

The bad blood between The Miz and Shane has only gone worst. The heir of the WWE Empire auto proclaims the best in the world, while Miz is not ready to forgive him for beating his father several times. Sunday’s fight should be the ending of this arc and I think The Miz is going to be victorious.

Women’s Money in the Bank Ladder Match

The one who wins this match will be holding the briefcase with the Golden Ticket, a title opportunity anywhere, anytime. Raw will be representing by Naomi, Natalya, Dana Brooks, and Nikki Cross, while SmackDown sent Bayley, Carmella, Ember Moon, and Mandy Rose.

Nikki Cross got in after Alexa Bliss didn’t get the medical approval to compete, and guess what, I think Nikki’s chances are good as the Women’s Division needs new blood to spice things up, but if she’s not the winner, look up for Ember Moon to conquer the ladder.

Men’s Money in the Bank Ladder Match

It seems that Drew McIntyre’s time finally arrived. The Scottish Giant is the huge favorite to win this match and knowing Vince McMahon it may be the beginning of a real feud between McIntyre and Roman Reigns because let’s face it, the Big Dog is going to be champion sooner or later.