WWE Backlash 2016 updated betting odds; huge favorites and odds changes

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WWE Backlash 2016 updated betting odds
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The WWE Backlash 2016 updated betting odds is finally out and just for the record, WWE Backlash 2016 will be the first SmackDown branded pay-per-view in 9 years and the first Backlash pay-per-view in 7 years. This could also mark the beginning of a first WWE championship reign for AJ Styles.

Since debuting at the Royal Rumble in January, Styles has been making noise and since been on fire. He now looks to take the championship off Dean Amrbose. His wins over Roman Reigns and John Cena at SummerSlam gave him the chance for a title match with Ambrose, the Odds Bible said.

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According to Wrestling Inc, lines for several important Backlash matches have changed dramatically and some even flipped sides. While AJ Styles is now even more of a favorite at -900, Nikki Bella is no longer favored for the Smackdown Women’s Championship. Her opponent Becky Lynch is now being favored at -490.

Below are the WWE Backlash 2016 updated betting odds for Sunday’s pay-per-view as shared by Wrestling Inc:

1. WWE Championship
Dean Ambrose +500 vs AJ Styles -900

2. WWE Intercontinental Championship
The Miz +340 vs Dolph Ziggler -510

3. WWE Smackdown Women’s Championship Six Pack Challenge
Becky Lynch -490 vs
Nikki Bella +300 vs
Natalya +3500 vs
Alexa Bliss +4000 vs
Carmella +5500 vs
Naomi +5500

4. WWE Smackdown Tag Team Championship Tournament Finals
Heath Slater and Rhyno -405 vs Field +285

5. Second Chance Match
The Usos -1200 vs Hype Bros +600

Randy Orton -350 vs Bray Wyatt +250

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WWE Backlash 2016 will take place on September 11, 2016 at the Richmond Coliseum in Richmond, Virginia. The event will determine the inaugural champions in SmackDown’s Women’s and Tag Team divisions.

Photo courtesy: Mike Kalasnik/Flickr

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