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Betting Odds Released For 2019 Extreme Rules Matches

The Extreme Rules pay-per-view is only one day away, and now is a good time to take a look at the betting odds as we inch closer to the big show in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

Sky Bet (h/t Ringside News), has listed its odds for all 10 matches. Universal Champion Seth Rollins and Raw Women's Champion Becky Lynch will defend their respective belts vs. Baron Corbin and Lacey Evans in a tag team match.

As you would expect, The Architect and The Irish Lass Kicker are overwhelming favorites to win at 1/5, while Evans and Corbin are giant underdogs at 10/3. But all eyes are on Brock Lesnar heading into this match - with Paul Heyman promising that his client would be cashing in his Money in the Bank contract this Sunday.

Another marquee matchup will see The Undertaker and Roman Reigns go up against Shane McMahon and Drew McIntyre in a tag team bout. The Deadman and Reigns are listed as 1/4 favorites, but McIntyre and McMahon are only minor underdogs at 5/2 here.

Kofi Kingston is set to defend his WWE Championship against Samoa Joe. The former is a 1/4 favorite to win it, while Joe is listed at 11/4 to become the new WWE Champion. Speaking of title matches, Bayley is a 4/11 favorite to retain the SmackDown Women's Championship, while Nikki Cross and Alexa Bliss carry equal 2/1 odds.

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The Revival (4/6 odds to retain) will defend their Raw Tag Team Championships against The Usos (11/10 odds to win). Ricochet was given 4/6 odds to defeat A.J. Styles in the United States Championship match, but The Phenomenal One has decent upset odds at 11/10. Braun Strowman is unsurprisingly the betting favorite to defeat Bobby Lashley at 8/13, while the latter has 5/4 odds of pulling off the upset.

What This Means

As usual, the defending champions are being listed as the favorites to retain their titles. We shouldn't expect to see many title changes in Philadelphia on Sunday, but as is the case with every pay-per-view, there will be at least one or two surprises that will catch us off guard. We'll just have to wait and see how all of these events play out, but it promises to be a fascinating show either way.

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