WWE Backlash: Early Betting Odds For Sunday's Show

Ausiliatrice Cristiano
Mag 20, 2017

Also, Sami Zayn attempts to get some revenge against Baron Corbin, while the WWE women's division will get the spotlight in a six women's tag team match. With Erick Rowan ranting about a family that doesn't exist and Harper betraying that family?

Therefore I would give Nakamura the second best chance to main event this show, if only to make his debut match an even bigger deal.

In the wake of that win, though, Tyler Breeze and Fandango have gotten over through a series of pre-taped vignettes known as "The Fashion Files" and are one of the more buzzworthy acts ahead of the May 21 event. Preparing to take on (and probably take out) Dolph Ziggler, the "King of Strong Style" hasn't exactly been protected in his early tête-à-tête's with the "Show Off", but should nearly certainly shine in front of possibly the most vociferous crowd in North America. "The Lone Wolf" Baron Corbin is also a favorite over Sami Zayn.

Hot of the heels Superstar Shake-up things were for sure shook up by WWE when they had five superstars fighting for the WWE Championship contendership. AJ Styles will try to win the United States title from current champion Kevin Owens. It's also possible that this could be the main event. Styles has never held the USA title, but is an 8 to 11 favorite to defeat Kevin Owens, who is listed at "evens".

One thing that must be said about Jinder Mahal is he has improved in the ring and he has quickly started to rival Finn Balor with having the best abs in the WWE because the shape this man is in, it's out of control. [Image by WWE] Finally, there's the big match that everyone has been wondering about.

The event will show Jinder Mahal in his first ever opportunity at the WWE Championship against Randy Orton. Vince McMahon is reportedly still very high up on Orton, and Orton is looked at as "Vince's guy". However, he's taking on a longtime fan favorite in Randy Orton. I think it might be asking for trouble to stick a Rowan match on so early in the night, so I'm going to put the more exciting Zayn in that spot.

Jinder Mahal joined WWE way back in 2011, but his success was not instant. Mahal had been listed as a 7 to 2 underdog but has since shifted to a 5 to 2 underdog, which is a price of +250. This feud needs to continue beyond just Backlash. His latest odds were at 1 to 4 to emerge victorious from this match.

The WWE Backlash pay-per-view will take place this Sunday, live from the Allstate Arena in Chicago, IL. Will the favorites all end up being winners on Sunday, or will there be any surprises?

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