Sportsbooks worldwide are preparing for the Thanksgiving holiday weekend, but this Sunday the offshore books will have their eyes focused on the Staples Center in Los Angeles. Obviously, I’m talking about WWE Survivor Series that takes place in the Staples Center in Los Angeles, and the stars will be out to watch this pay-per-view occasion.
Sunday’s WWE Survivor Series is, surprisingly, really very good match-wise, and we have some last-minute bouts that will occur Sunday night. Eight games are around the Survivor Series card, but a few big names won’t be wrestling at this event due to injuries or no narrative. We can see some significant spoilers and surprise results on Sunday night in LA.. Most offshore novels are going to take a bit more money with this PPV event because it is among the biggest PPV of this winter, and the WWE suits in the back are usually tight-lipped in regards to the Survivor Series card. Among the greatest offshore sports books, MyBookie.ag, has posted odds on six games this Sunday, and I will guarantee we’ll observe some underdogs cashing.
My WWE betting predictions have been profitable, and in the last four WWE pay-per-view occasions I have gone an outstanding 21-5 and scored multiple plus-money winners. SummerSlam missed some plus-money winners, but at the previous 22 WWE PPVs I am 104-42 (71 percent), and if you’re going to put some action on the Survivor Series then take action fast. I strongly advise gambling these Survivor Series matches fast, because these gambling numbers move quickly because of low limits. Survivor Series also needs to set some outstanding games and storylines, and again I smell some underdogs cashing.
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