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January 28th, 2018
Stevie J

It’s that time of the year again when one of the “big four” WWE events takes place — the 2018 Royal Rumble pay per view! The odds have been shifting like crazy for the past two weeks so with short time to go here’s a closer look at the final lines going into the huge…

December 17th, 2017
Stevie J

We’re back again with the final WWE pay per view of 2017 and the follow up to Survivor Series. That’s right — tonight is the Clash of Champions at TD Garden Arena in Boston, Massachusetts. One might think the PPV name would actually have been more appropriate for the aforementioned Series, where Raw and SmackDown…

October 20th, 2017
Stevie J

Editor’s note: Earlier this afternoon, new broke that Roman Reigns and Bray Wyatt were both unable to compete at TLC due to illness. Raw general manager Kurt Angle will replace Reigns in the Shield match while AJ Styles will replace Wyatt against Finn Balor. New betting odds for the matches have not been released. If…

October 8th, 2017
Stevie J

Following the Raw branded No Mercy pay per view where Brock Lesnar successfully defended the Universal Title against Braun Strowman, WWE returns with the SmackDown branded Hell in a Cell pay per view at Little Caesars Arena in Detroit, Michigan. Featured matches for October 8, 2017 include Jinder Mahal defending his WWE Championship against Shinsuke…

August 20th, 2017
Stevie J

A month removed from the infamous WWE Battleground 2017 Pay-Per-View, we are now ready for SummerSlam 2017 live from the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, New York this Sunday (August 20, 2017). Often billed as “the biggest party of the summer,” the SummerSlam PPV is one of WWE’s traditional “big four” events dating back to the…

July 23rd, 2017
Stevie J

Thankfully, Great Balls of Fire is over now, and we can move on to a more sensibly named WWE Pay-Per-View like Battleground 2017. Oddly though, the main event of Battleground may be sillier than the hard-hitting, fast-paced Brock Lesnar vs. Samoa Joe match for the Universal Title last time. Instead of that epic brawl, we…

July 9th, 2017
Stevie J

Money in the Bank is a Pay-Per-View name that makes sense. You’ve got a contract that’s worth “money” locked away inside a briefcase, suspended over the top of a wrestling ring. You climb a ladder, retrieve the briefcase and “bank” that contract for a future title shot until you “cash in.” Even in the reality…

June 4th, 2017
Stevie J

The SmackDown brand had their turn two weeks ago with Backlash, so now it’s time for WWE’s Raw brand to get EXTREME with the 2017 edition of Extreme Rules live on WWE Network. As is tradition at MMAOddsBreaker, we’re here to bring you the latest betting odds for Sunday’s show, which includes a fatal five-way…

September 10th, 2016
Stevie J

You’re probably thinking WWE SummerSlam 2016 was only a few weeks ago — and you’d be right. As part of this “New Era” that WWE continues to promote we’ve come to the point post-draft where both the WWE Raw and SmackDown Live brands are going to be running separate pay per view events every 2-3…

September 9th, 2016
Brad Taschuk

For those who follow wrestling, you’re well aware of the upcoming WWE Backlash pay-per-view. For those who don’t, I’m shocked you clicked on this article in the first place, but stay with me. Backlash is the first event since the WWE’s latest ‘brand split’ which made their two shows, Raw and Smackdown, into separate entities….

September 8th, 2016
Brad Taschuk

This Sunday marks the first exclusively branded WWE Pay-Per-View since the company decided to revisit the brand extension concept back in July. WWE Backlash will emanate from Richmond, Virginia on the WWE Network and PPV. The short three week break between Summerslam and Backlash will be more common moving forward, as the company has expanded…

August 21st, 2016
Stevie J

It has been a month since WWE Battleground 2016, and the most notable thing to come out of that show was that Dean Ambrose retained the WWE Championship in a triple threat against his former comrades in The Shield. This left WWE Raw with no champion since Dean Ambrose was exclusive to SmackDown Live, so…

October 3rd, 2015
Stevie J

This show is a bit of an aberration in the WWE line-up. It’s not considered a “pay per view” as such, like Night of Champions last month. In fact the next official major event is Hell in a Cell on October 25th. That said this is an official “special event” as far as WWE is…

September 20th, 2015
Stevie J

I’m probably too old school for my own good but I really wasn’t ready for another show yet after SummerSlam. There was something to be said about having 3-4 months between WWE (then WWF) shows that built up your anticipation for the next one. The TV build hasn’t excited me and as much as I…

August 22nd, 2015
Stevie J

Last month at WWE Battleground we got an unexpected swerve in the main event between Brock Lesnar and Seth Rollins. Lesnar was the -180 favorite to take the title back from Rollins, and although I was “technically” right when I said the underdog Rollins would retain, he didn’t do it on his own. Thanks to…

February 25th, 2015
Brad Taschuk

Did WWE FastLane really get fans revved up for Wrestlemania 31, or was it more of a pit stop on the road to San Francisco? Returning hosts Brad, Jay, and Ivan are joined by Andrew Gordon to discuss the ins and outs of the latest “special event” from the WWE and how it will affect…

January 25th, 2015
Brad Taschuk

The Royal Rumble is always one of the WWE’s most anticipated pay-per-view events of the year. The Rumble is the first stop on the road to Wrestlemania, and the nature of the 30-man battle royale normally ensures excitement all by itself. Instead of the Rumble match stealing the spotlight this year, it was the WWE…

August 17th, 2014
Brad Taschuk

This Sunday saw the annual summer spectacular of pro wrestling, as World Wrestling Entertainment invaded the Staples Center in Los Angeles for Summerslam. Aside from Wrestlemania and potentially the Royal Rumble, no event on the WWE calendar is bigger than Summerslam, and this year’s show lived up to the hype. Betting on professional wrestling is…

May 3rd, 2014
Stevie J

WrestleMania 30 had more upsets than the average Mania. Bray Wyatt was the favorite until he faced John Cena in the ring. Undertaker was the favorite over Brock Lesnar until literally moments before the PPV went to air. For those who doubt the viability of wrestling bets, WrestleMania 30 was the proof that much like…

April 4th, 2014
Stevie J

The Road to WrestleMania is finally coming to an end. For fans of the confines of the squared circle, this moment only comes once every twelve months, but it is the culmination of the dreams and hopes of millions. At times I get lost in the excitement of it all – and that’s because I’ve…

January 26th, 2014
Stevie J

It’s that time of the year where we all start talking about “The Road to WrestleMania” and that can only mean one thing – it’s time for the 2014 Royal Rumble! Last month at WWE TLC we saw Randy Orton defeat John Cena to unify the WWE and World Heavyweight Titles, but it did not settle…

December 14th, 2013
Stevie J

The annual WWE TLC PPV takes place Sunday, December 15th at the Toyota Center in Houston, Texas. Last month at Survivor Series, both John Cena and Randy Orton retained their respective world titles, leading Cena to hold up his belt in Orton’s face as the pay per view went off the air. The next night…

November 23rd, 2013
Stevie J

WWE’s annual Survivor Series Pay-Per-View takes place tomorrow night (Nov. 24, 2013) at the TD Garden Arena in Boston, Massachusetts. Last month at Hell in a Cell, Daniel Bryan and Randy Orton finally brought their feud to a close – but only because special guest referee Shawn Michaels took matters into his own hands. Despite…

October 27th, 2013
Stevie J

WWE’s annual Hell in a Cell PPV takes place tonight (Oct. 27, 2013) at the American Airlines Arena in Miami, Florida. Three weeks earlier at Battleground, Daniel Bryan and Randy Orton fought for the right to crown a new WWE champion, only for Big Show to come to the ring and remove the referee. When…

October 6th, 2013
Stevie J

The inaugural WWE Battleground PPV takes place October 6th at the First Niagara Center in Buffalo, New York. Three weeks earlier at Night of Champions, Daniel Bryan defeated Randy Orton to become WWE Champion for the second time, only to have COO Triple H strip him of the title the next night on Raw, claiming…