2016 Who's #1 Betting Lines Are Here!

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A part of all major sporting events, wagering lines add another dynamic of anticipation. So we've come up with hypothetical odds for an event card that features nothing but the top-ranked wrestlers in America.

Have some fun with your buddies. Give yourselves a certain amount of points to wager and see who can come up with the most at the end of Who's #1!

For you rookies, here's a tutorial on the odds and lines:

The Match Line: EX.: -2.5
This means that if you choose that wrestler, he must win by 3pts. for you to win. If you choose the other guy, that wrestler must win outright or lose by 2pts. for you to win. This is an equal money bet; you risk $10, you win $10.

Over/Under: EX.: 10.5pts
You're betting on the total number of points scored in the match. If the score at the end of the match is 6-5, and you took the over, you won!

The Money Line: EX.: +$220
This means you've taken the underdog to win the match by any score (or fall). For every $10 you risk, you win $22. Or if you wager $100, you win $220. Conversely, if you take a favorite at, say, -$175, you have to risk $17.50 to win $10.

On to the odds, going by match order.

120: #1 Gavin Teasdale, PA vs #2 Jordan Decatur, OH - O/U 9.5pts

Teasdale to Win: -175
Decatur to Win: +150

145: #4 Jarod Verkleeren, PA vs #2 Kaden Gfeller, OK - O/U 7.5pts

Gfeller to Win: -150
Verkleeren to Win: +125

138: #1 Nick Lee, IN vs #3 Sammy Sasso, PA - 7.5pts

Lee to Win: -200
Sasso to Win: +175

Sasso/Storr may be a good preview of what's to come in the Snakepit!

126: #2 Roman Bravo-Young, AZ vs. #4 Nick Raimo, NJ - O/U 6.5pts

Bravo-Young to Win: -190
Raimo to Win: +140

182: #1 Michael Beard, PA vs #2 Jelani Embree, MI - O/U 6.5pts

Beard to Win: -150
Embree to Win: +120

160: #1 Brady Berge, MN vs #2 Shane Griffith, NJ - O/U 5.5pts

Berge to Win: -180
Griffith to Win: +150

152: #1 David Carr, OH vs #2 Cam Coy, PA - O/U 7.5pts

Carr to Win: -200
Coy to Win: +170

132: #1 Daton Fix, OK vs #2 Austin Gomez, IL - O/U 10.5pts

Fix to Win: -300
Gomez to Win: +250

170: #1 Mikey Labriola, PA vs #2 Travis Wittlake, OR - O/U 7.5

Labriola to Win: -150
Wittlake to Win: +120

61kg: Tony Ramos vs Cody Brewer - O/U 12.5pts

Ramos to Win: -150
Brewer to Win: +130

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