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Betting on Professional Wrestling

By Edited Nov 10, 2016 0 2

Gambling is often seen as an addiction the same as drinking and smoking to many people. This can most certainly be true in many cases. But to a select few it's a way to earn a nice part-time living in some form or fashion. If you have a good deal of self-control and are smart with money and numbers it can certainly be to your advantage. In this article we will talk about betting on professional wrestling and a site that offers this opportunity.

I have a link at the end of this article to the site where I use called 5dimes. They offer the chance to pretty much gamble on anything you can think of and in a wide variety of ways. You can even bet on shows like American Idol and Dancing with the stars. Here recently I had a good deal of success betting on pro wrestling and specifically Wrestlemania XVII.

From the outset betting on professional wrestling namely the WWE doesn't sound all that smart. But in reality from a gambling standpoint it's much better than doing so on a real sport. The outcomes are mostly already predetermined prior to the shows and anybody willing to do some research and find the right sources can make themselves a good bit of money.

If you want to gamble on the WWE then you need to keep up with line movement and possibly get used to hedging bets. I've done well with hedging my bets and using parlays when betting on professional wrestling. When I say line movement I'm talking about how the books will shift the odds as people put more money on either side.

For example at Wrestlemania XVII the Miz opened up as a 10-1 underdog and by the time the event came around it was even odds. That means that hypothetically you could've bet $10 on the Miz when the line came out and then $50 on John Cena right before the event and then been guaranteed to win at least $50.

If I feel like being really risky then I will use odds like that to hedge. For example I could've put $10 on the Miz at 10-1 and if he won then that would mean $100 for me in return. Well I could've looked at that and said I have $100 to use to parlay John Cena once the odds became even to possibly make even more money. Of course if you do that and the Miz actually wins then you break even or lose just a little bit. But if John Cena wins then you could've made a nice chunk of change if you played your parlays with patience. That is just something that can be done when betting or gambling on professional wrestling. If you're interested just copy and paste the link below into your browser and check out what 5dimes has to offer.

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Comments

Apr 4, 2011 8:32am
cabsolutions
I'm amazed that one can bet on the WWE. As you say, a little bit of research and it may not be that hard to figure out what is going to happen in this "soap opera sport".

Certainly adds a new dimension to my enjoyment of wrestling! :D
Feb 4, 2013 10:36pm
goingforbroke
In the past a couple websites would allow bets on the Ultimate Fighter reality show for the UFC. At that time the show was previously recorded so the results were already known to those on the inside. Well lets just say that the results leak.
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