WWE Money in the Bank 2020 odds: Picks, best predictions from wrestling insider who nailed two Royal Rumbles
Adam Silverstein nailed the winners of the men's and women's Royal Rumbles twice.
Winning Money in the Bank means that for the next year, a WWE wrestler has the ability to challenge for a title at any time. On Sunday, the 2020 Money in the Bank card will feature men's and women's Money in the Bank Ladder Matches, with the all-important championship contracts suspended over a ring on the roof of the company's headquarters in Stamford. The 2020 Money in the Bank matches also include four championship bouts, making it one of the most exciting WWE pay-per-views of the year.
Braun Strowman will defend the WWE Universal Championship against Bray Wyatt, with both wrestlers listed at -120 in the latest 2020 Money in the Bank odds. Meanwhile, A.J. Styles is an even-money favorite to win the men's ladder match, while Shayna Baszler is the +150 favorite to come away with the contract in the women's match, according to the latest WWE odds. Before you make your 2020 Money in the Bank picks, be sure to see the latest WWE predictions from proven pro wrestling handicapper Adam Silverstein.
Silverstein has been covering the WWE for CBS Sports since 2015. In 2018, he nailed the winners of each Royal Rumble: Asuka and Shinsuke Nakamura. He followed that up with another sweep in 2019, calling Seth Rollins and Becky Lynch to win. More recently, Silverstein went 10-3 on plays and leans at WrestleMania 36, and anyone who followed his lead is up big.
Now, he has turned his attention to the 2020 Money in the Bank card and locked in strong WWE picks. Head here to see them.
Top 2020 Money in the Bank predictions
In the women's Money in the Bank ladder match, Silverstein is backing Bayley to retain her SmackDown Women's Championship on Sunday as a -400 favorite over Tamina (+300). The latter has been getting over more with fans lately, and the WWE has been pushing her hard as the daughter of WWE Hall of Famer Jimmy "Superfly" Snuka.
However, the company also has a lot invested in Bayley's title reign, which began with last year's Money in the Bank. She cashed in her title shot later that night against Charlotte Flair for the SmackDown crown and became the first women's grand slam winner in company history. She's continued to hold on to that strap for nearly a year, and a win on Sunday would set up a matchup with Sasha Banks at SummerSlam that the WWE appears to be angling for.
A title change isn't completely out of the realm of possibility, so you can probably expect a few false finishes to punch up the overall drama. But look for Bayley to extend her title reign with a win over Tamina on Sunday night.
How to make 2020 Money in the Bank picks
Silverstein has made the call on every matchup at Money in the Bank 2020, and he's backing an underdog to pull off a shocking upset on Sunday. You can see who it is, and all of his WWE picks, right here.
What are the top 2020 Money in the Bank picks? And which underdog is set to pull off a shocking upset? See the latest Money in the Bank 2020 odds below and then visit SportsLine now to get the top picks for Money in the Bank, all from an elite WWE expert who went went 10-3 on plays and leans at WrestleMania 36.
WWE Money in the Bank 2020 odds
- Bayley -400 vs. Tamina +300
- Braun Strowman -120 vs. Bray Wyatt -120
- Drew McIntyre -550 vs. Seth Rollins +350
- Women's Bank Ladder: Shayna Baszler (+150) vs. Nia Jax (+400) vs. Lacey Evans (+500) vs. Asuka (+700) vs. Dana Brooke (+850) vs. Carmella (+1200)
- Tag Team 4-Way Match: The New Day (+150) vs. John Morrison & The Miz (+200) vs. The Forgotten Sons (+300) vs. The Lucha House Party (+450)
- Men's Bank Ladder: AJ Styles (Even) vs. Aleister Black (+250) vs. Otis (+400) vs. Daniel Bryan (+600) vs. King Corbin (+750) vs. Rey Mysterio (+1000)
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