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Where To Bet WWE Online

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With shows every week of the year and over 25 years in prime time, WWE is one of the biggest sports entertainment companies in the world. They are a part of the culture in a ton of ways and you can’t go far without seeing their influence in culture. The big events like Royal Rumble and Wrestlemania bring a ton of viewers and capture the interest of a ton of viewers. These are big events and like any big event, you can bet on it.

Of course, WWE is pre-determined. That doesn’t mean that the results are common knowledge. Just because they know who will win, doesn’t mean we do. That’s why it works so well as a product. The sportsbooks have just as much of a clue as who is going to win as anyone. They attempt to scour insider newsletters and future booking plans as best they an when setting their lines, but they often don’t have a clue. This makes it a fantastic sport to bet on as there are upsets that pay big all the time.

There are numerous sportsbooks that take bets on WWE and this article is going to tell you where to find them. We’re going to tell you where to go to bet WWE, how to do it, and our strategy for doing it. Let’s get into it.

Where To Bet WWE:

America/Canada: The best place to bet WWE is BetOnline. They post WWE odds on every event of the year, not just the big ones, and always have the odds up well ahead of time.

Everywhere Else: Another sportsbook that often posts WWE odds is 888. They usually cover the big events and offer odds on all the matches.

What are WWE Bets?

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A bet on WWE is a bet on who is going to win a match at a WWE event such as Royal Rumble or Wrestlemania. The odds are typically in money odds format so a match might look something like this:

John Cena (+400) vs. The Undertaker (-350)

This match would have The Undertaker as a major favorite so you’d need to bet $350 on him to win $100.

The odds will always be listed “BY END OF TELEVISION BROADCAST” meaning if for whatever reason the results of the match are reversed on Monday Night Raw or Smackdown, it doesn’t matter. The result is based on the outcome of the match that you see on the event in question, nothing else.

Where To Make Specific WWE Bets:

Dave Meltzer’s Star Ratings: Dave Meltzer of the Wrestling Observer rates the matches in his newsletter on a star rating scale and you’re able to actually bet on what his star ratings will be. What a world we live in.

WWE Props: The majority of online sportsbooks when it comes to WWE wrestling betting, only offer up who will win each match. However some sportsbooks offer up props such as on star ratings, near falls, the finish of the match and much more. In this article I go into detail about all the WWE Props available and where to bet WWE Props.

Where To Bet WWE PPVs:

WWE Backlash: WWE Backlash usually deals with the post-Mania fallout. Not a big PPV in terms of upsets so good to know that – best to place bets on the favourites. In this article I cover where to bet it and where to get the best odds.

WWE Clash of Champions: Primarily featuring fights involving the WWE Champions – sometimes defending and sometimes fighting each other in a brand war – there can be a surprising amount of betting upsets at this show as they usually like to have one title change per show. Figure out what one it will be and win some cash! In this article I cover where to bet WWE Clash of Champions.

WWE Elimination Chamber: This PPV is usually held in February and is on the Road to Wrestlemania. There will usually be a Wrestlemania main event decided here. This can be a surprisingly good PPV to bet. I cover where to bet the Elimination Chamber in this article.

WWE Extreme Rules: Extreme Rules is usually a PPV filled with gimmick matches and no DQ matches etc. In this article I cover where to bet this PPV. There can be good little upsets here due to the match settings and I cover where to bet Extreme Rules in this article.

WWE Fastlane: Usually taking place between the Rumble and Mania, Fastlane can be a good PPV to look at for betting because the Road to Wrestlemania is generally set up and it makes for some easier betting. I cover where to bet Fastlane here.

WWE Hell in a Cell: WWE Hell in a Cell is one of the best PPVs for WWE when it comes to betting upsets. For more information on upsets and where to bet WWE Hell in a Cell, check out this article.

WWE Money in the Bank: WWE Money in the Bank is a rare betting event where you can bet on the event itself, then the aftermatch with the Money in the Bank cash-in prop. I cover all of that within this article.

WWE Payback: It’s not a PPV notorious for betting upsets so that’s one where you want to look into the favourites more. I cover the WWE Payback PPV, where to bet it and what to look for within this article.

WWE Royal Rumble: Looking to bet the WWE Royal Rumble? In this article I talk about the best places to bet it online. What sportsbooks have the best odds, or who offers the biggest variety and the best Royal Rumble prop bets. I also offer up Royal Rumble betting strategy and tips.

WWE Summerslam: WWE Summerslam is one of WWEs biggest PPVs of the year and you can bet on it online. In this article I talk about the best places to bet WWE Summerslam online.

WWE TLC: A fun gimmick PPV which has seen quite a few upsets over the betting years. With all the gimmick matches there are a lot of props so I cover the best places to bet WWE TLC due to the props within this.

WWE Survivor Series: It’s WWEs annual fall PPV! Interestingly one of the PPVs with the least likely chance of an upset. Here’s my article on where to bet Survivor Series.

WWE WrestleMania: The Granddaddy of them all – Wrestlemania betting is something that is normally offered at every online sportsbook simply due to its popularity. In this article I talk about where to bet Wrestlemania and where to find all the best Wrestlemania props etc to bet on.


Tyson Fury vs Braun Strowman: October 31st, 2019 is the date of WWE Crown Jewel. WWE pull out all the stops for these Saudi events and they’re doing it again with the undefeated boxer Tyson Fury taking on Braun Strowman. In this article I talk about where to bet on this matchup and offer betting tips.

Common WWE Betting Questions:

Why do sportsbooks take WWE bets when it is pre-determined?

The sportsbooks often have no better idea of who is going to win than the average viewer does. Many sportsbooks often keep a max bet limit on their WWE bets to avoid being taken for too much money on a bad night for them with a lot of upsets. The more popular the event is, the more bets are placed, and often the higher limits.

Why can you bet on the WWE?

Why not? The results of professional wrestling are always known by a few, but have never been public knowledge. This applies to the sportsbooks as well who are often just as knowledgeable as the general public. A great example would be the 2021 Royal Rumble which saw Daniel Bryan and Seth Rollins as big betting favorites, but it was ultimately Edge who won the match.

How to bet on WWE matches?

The key here is to find a wrestler that you think can win and then bet them. The odds are set so sometimes a champion defending his title against a lower level will have huge odds. A good example of this would be Roman Reigns facing Jey Uso at the WWE Hell in a Cell in 2020. Roman was a monstrous -2800 favorite and won the match. So that wouldn’t be a good match to bet because the return would be so small.

However, that same event had The Miz at +110 against the favored Otis. This is a good place to grab an underdog as The Miz has a great record in matches like this while the price is low-risk and profitable if he wins.

Where can I bet on WWE WrestleMania?

We got you covered for that, check out Where to Bet Wrestlemania! This is the biggest event of the year for WWE and a lot of sportsbooks who don’t normally cover WWE events come out of the woodwork to offer betting odds on the show of shows.

Hey, so for starters, I love all the work you’ve done putting it out there for HUGE wrestling fans like myself to find out you can bet on this stuff because I had no idea it was a thing. But the only question I have for you is this. Is there any way to bet on weekly shows? Monday Night Raw, NXT, and Friday Night Smackdown as well as the PPV’s? I’ve done my fair share of digging but every sports book that offers WWE only offers the PPV’s, so I was just curious to see if you knew of anything like that. I personally bet on BetOnline but they only offer the PPV odds because the only thing that comes up is Extreme Rules. I appreciate your help!

Unfortunately at this time there is no betting on RAW, NXT or Smackdown.

In 2019 and early 2020, there was betting available for NXT and AEW. This would only be for announced matches and very sporadic. The one I remember for NXT in particular was being able to bet on the iron man match between Finn Balor, Johnny Gargano, Adam Cole BAY BAY and Tommaso Ciampa.

Then you were able to bet on the match set up the next week with Cole vs Balor.

One problem with the sportsbooks setting odds for the TV shows is probably due to the lack of consistency in regard to advertising matches in advance, and then whether or not they take place or not as WWE often make late changes.

The sportsbooks that did offer up the NXT odds were the sportsbooks that use Kambi Software (such as Mr Green, BetWarrior, Casumo) and don’t accept Americans.

How To Bet WWE:

BetOnline: While the odds will typically be posted on the front page, the best way to actually bet them is to log-in and then find “Wrestling” from the Other Sports tab.

888: The wrestling bets are not easy to find here, unfortunately. Your best bet is to go into the search bar at the top of the page and type “WWE”.

WWE Betting Strategy:

In our betting history, we’ve found that the main event matches are often most predictable and the place to make the most money is by betting on the lower card matches such as the Intercontinental title and US title matches. The underdogs here can often pay 2/1 or 3/1 and one winner in this can cover a whole night of betting.

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