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In case the latest betting odds are any sign, WWE is looking likely to stand pat in regards to their existing champions heading right into WrestleMania.
The folks over at Bet Wrestling have introduced their match by match chances for WWE Fastlane that Sunday, along with the odds makers have every single winner who is defending their title preferred to keep in the show.
You can see the odds under. Notice that a negative number represents the preferred and the bigger the amount is, the bigger the preferred they are to win.
WWE Championship Match
Daniel Bryan (c) -475 vs Kevin Owens +325
WWE Smackdown Women’s Championship Match
Asuka (c) -420 vs Mandy Rose +300
WWE Smackdown Tag Team Championship Match
The Usos (c) -825 vs The Miz & Shane McMahon +475
WWE Women’s Tag Team Championship Match
Boss’n’ Hug Link (c) -475 vs Nia Jax & Tamina +325
WWE Raw Tag Team Championship Match
The Revival (c) -200 vs Aleister Black & Ricochet +190 vs Bobby Roode & Chad Gable +500
The Shield -395 vs Baron Corbin, Drew McIntyre & Bobby Lashley +275
Becky Lynch -825 vs Charlotte Flair +475
Andrade -190 vs Rey Mysterio +134
Becky Lynch and the Usos are now the biggest favorites on the show, together at -825. While you can always watch WWE throwing another twist to the direction of the Lynch/Rousey/Flair feud, the Usos seem to be a fairly safe bet to keep as we are likely to observe the beginnings of a feud between Shane McMahon and The Miz that should culminate into a match in WrestleMania next month.
1 thing that is surprising is that although Daniel Bryan is a popular, the simple fact that his odds don’t make him a much bigger favorite (as of now) seems just a bit suspect. Bryan would appear to be a comparative lock to keep his championship as well. We are thinking like -1000 territory.
These odds do occasionally fluctuate up until show time to keep this in mind. In the past, the odds have often been a very good indication of where the show is going, particularly when the”smart money” comes in the day of this show and some changes happen with the odds.

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