Drew McIntyre Heavily Favored on WWE Money in the Bank 2020 Odds
Most matches for WWE Money in the Bank are next Sunday at the WWE Performance Center in Orlando, with no audience. The two Money in the Bank matches will happen at the same time at WWE Headquarters in Stamford, Connecticut. In this article, we break down the WWE Championship match between Seth Rollins and Drew McIntyre and share the betting odds for the event.
Why McIntyre Won’t Lose
I can’t stress this enough… Seth Rollins is an incredibly talented wrestler but he doesn’t need or deserve another Championship reign so soon. Remember that Rollins lost to Kevin Owens at WrestleMania 36. I just don’t understand why he is getting this match instead of Kevin Owens or anyone else.
Even Andrade or Angel Garza, who had matches with Drew McIntyre on Raw in recent weeks, would be more deserving opponents. Andrade and Garza have nothing to do at Money in the Bank. To me, Rollins shouldn’t even be in this match, much less win.
Drew McIntyre’s push as a face has been extremely impressive. McIntyre has always been an extraordinary wrestler with mic skills and charisma but I never expected him to deliver so many inspiring promos and matches, especially now that COVID-19 forced WWE to have shows with no fans in attendance.
I will not bet Drew McIntyre to win on Sunday at -600 but I do think that he will retain his title. I wouldn’t be surprised if Zelina Vega’s AAA stable of Andrade, Angel Garza and Austin Theory interferes, causing a disqualification.
WWE Championship Match
Drew McIntyre -600
Seth Rollins +350
SmackDown Women’s Championship Match
WWE Universal Championship Match
Braun Strowman -120
Bray Wyatt -120
SmackDown Tag Team Championship Fatal 4-Way Match
The New Day +100
John Morrison & The Miz +125
The Forgotten Sons +250
Lucha House Party +500
Women’s Money in the Bank Ladder Match
Shayna Baszler -150
Nia Jax +300
Lacey Evans +400