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– The final betting odds are starting to come in for Evolution and as of now, no titles are set to change hands. Evolution is a historic night for WWE as it is the first pay per view to feature only female talent. As of now, seven bouts have been confirmed and do not be surprised if WWE tosses in some surprises in help fill the three and a half hours of entertainment. 

Ronda Rousey has the best odds out of every match as she defends the RAW Women’s Championship. On the SmackDown side, Becky Lynch is favored to win the Last Woman Standing Match and NXT’s Kairi Sane also has the odds in her favor of keeping her gold. As for the tag team match, WWE Hall of Famer Trish Stratus & Lita have the lead and Toni Storm looks to be the winner of the 2018 Mae Young Classic. As for the Battle Royal, that is a tough one to predict; but the smart money is on Ember Moon with Asuka being not too far behind. 

Down below are the final betting odds for Evolution.

Be sure to join WrestleNewz for Evolution play by play coverage. The pre-show begins at 6 PM EST and the main card starts at 7 PM EST. The show is listed to run until 10:30 PM EST.

Raw Women’s Championship: Ronda Rousey -900 vs. Nikki Bella +500

Smackdown Women’s Championship in a Last Woman Standing Match: Becky Lynch -275 vs. Charlotte Flair +195

NXT Women’s Championship: Kairi Sane -365 vs. Shayna Baszler +255

2018 Mae Young Finals: Toni Storm -300 vs. Io Shirai +220

Trish Stratus & Lita -410 vs. Alicia Fox & Mickie James +290

Sasha Banks, Bayley & Natalya -260 vs. The Riott Squad +180

Women’s Battle Royal for a Future Title Shot:
Ember Moon +180
Asuka +320
Nia Jax +500
Naomi +550
Carmella +800
Tamina +1100
Michelle Mcool +2000
Zelina Vega +2500
Alicia Fox +3000
Lana +3000
Sonya Deville +3500
Torrie Wilson +3500
Dana Brooke +4500
Ivory +5000
Alundra Blayze +5500
Molly Holly +5500
Peyton Royce +7500
Mandy Rose +7500
Kelly Kelly +7500
Billie Kay +7500
Maria Kanellis +8500

– WWE recently starting airing NXT UK and there already seems to be a slight change. Starting Wednesday, the WWE Network has the brand listed to run a pair of episodes at 4 PM and 5 PM EST. Previously, it aired once a week at 3 PM EST. It could have been done as WWE taped months of TV and they want to start airing the episodes before they become out of date.

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