Even though we’re only a little more than 48 hours away from the opening bell, there aren’t a lot of matches booked for Fastlane. Five (or maybe six?) are more than enough to generate some action at your favorite internet sports book.
Bet Online only has lines on everything WWE’s announced for the Sun., Mar. 21 event - even the one they seem to have un-announced in the last couple of days.
Fastlane’s a show that largely feels like it’s here to encourage fans in the U.S. to switch their streaming subscription to WWE Network’s new home on Peacock before we get to WrestleMania 37. As such, the oddsmakers don’t seem to be expecting many surprises - except maybe in the one match it’s somewhat surprising to see on the card period.
Roman Reigns (c) vs. Daniel Bryan
Roman Reigns -1000
Daniel Bryan +525
Drew McIntyre vs. Sheamus
Drew McIntyre -550
Sasha Banks & Bianca Belair vs. Shayna Baszler & Nia Jax (c)
Shayna Baszler & Nia Jax -300
Sasha Banks & Bianca Belair +200
Big E (c) vs. Apollo Crews
Big E -300
Apollo Crews +150
Alexa Bliss vs. Randy Orton
Alexa Bliss -200
Randy Orton +150
Braun Strowman vs. Shane McMahon (if it happens)
Braun Strowman +150
Shane McMahon -110
These are money line bets. In a nutshell, the name with a negative number next to it is the favorite, and you have to wager that amount to win $100. The name with a positive number next to it is the underdog; you will win the posted amount for each $100 you wager.
For example, a correct $300 bet on Large Epsilon to retain in the Intercontinental title match collects $400. But if you place $100 on the Real African-American in that match, you’ll get $250 back if he wins.
If you’re interested in using these as spoilers, watch how they change as we get closer to the show. Following Bet Online on Twitter will allow you to do just that.
Fiend-ish shenanigans or no, will the record books end up showing The Viper being beat by Lil Miss Bliss? Will that be the only eventful thing that happens at Fastlane?
Let us know in the comments below.