Posted on 09/13/22 by brock
UltraViolence Gambling Odds from the H.O.G.!
Hello! From the High Octane Gambling sportsbook in conjunction with PWAtv we bring you the gambling odds for UltraViolence. We’ve had a number of enormous changes happen that reflect on the odds for the show and potential matchups. A number of moves have been made with the card and we’re here to bring you all the odds and stories going into an incredible event.
Starting off our first part of the show we have some prop bets for you. Mephisto’s twins, Patience and Decius Monthomery, get punted in the head at -150, and Bucky outsmarting them at least once at -300. We have Sid Phillips over/under on powerbombs set at 3.5. A nice parlay is possible with the powerbombs and Joe Fontaine taking a Canadian Destroyer from an inanimate object at -180. Bobby Dean is +180 for hitting the Deaner Weiner on Paxton Ray, but only +100 for Jonathan Rhine. Both men taking the Deaner Weiner is +450. The number of times Richard Parker references Hoyt Williams in the Intense Title match is set at 7.5.
Buster Gloves (-220) vs Shawn Warstein (+155)
The smart money here is going on Buster Gloves. Shawn Warstein makes his return to action after two and a half months off to take on a man with a chip on his shoulder in Gloves. Gloves grabbed the brass ring in his second PRIME match, and is looking to build on the momentum gained and take down his pay-per-view opponent. A $100 bet on Gloves would bring home $145, while the same bet on Warstein would bring in $255.
Dog Collar Match
Anna Daniels (-300) vs Jacob Mephisto (+200)
Anna Daniels and Jacob Mephisto have been going back and forth for months across both PRIME and SHOOT Project. If we were betting on the odds Bucky wrecks The Twins somehow, we’d be looking at something even more lopsided. Anna Daniels’ recent non-title victory over the Intense Champion looks more impressive after TAL was able to take down Larry Tact. Look for Anna Daniels to bounce back strong here and grab the win over Mephisto. A $100 bet on Daniels would bring home $133.33, while the same bet on Mephisto would bring in $300. Add in Mephisto’s history with dog collar matchups and the money is coming in pretty heavily on Daniels.
FLAMBERGE (PK) vs Nate Colton (PK)
AND HERE WE GO! Our first super close encounter. Both youngsters are absolutely on fire right now, even though FLAMBO was cooled off a bit on ReV15, he looks to reignite that fire against the thorn in his side, Nate Colton. This one is too close to call, and with a lot riding on the line for these two youngsters I wouldn’t want to be betting on this one. A $100 bet on FLAMBERGE brings in $200, a $100 bet on Colton brings in $200.
The eGG Bandits (PK) vs Fighting For Nora (PK)
Some more PUSH action from Vegas. Up until last week Fighting For Nora were huge favorites, but with how impressive Bobby Dean looked on ReVival, The Bandits have brought this one down to an even playing field. Bobby’s rage over the Chaco Tacos could be in play in this one. Paxton Ray and Bobby Dean might actually cancel each other out, Paxton’s huge showing against GREAT SCOTT and the previously mentioned Brandon Youngblood versus Bobby Dean match cancels the two out. Then it comes down to The Old Bull Doozer and Jonathan Rhine. A $100 bet on Fighting For Nora brings in $200, a $100 bet on The eGG Bandits brings in $200.
Intense Title, Mask vs. Mask
The Anglo Luchador (c) (-180) vs Balaam, The Mask of Malice (+140)
The Anglo Luchador and Balaam, The Mask of Malice on paper looks like a tough one for Balaam. He’s struggled on his way into UltraViolence and looks to be falling apart at the seams. The Anglo Luchador got back on track with a big title defense against Larry Tact on ReV14. However, with how big of a rivalry we have here, the odds have been tightening. Anything is on the table with Hoyt Williams. A $100 bet on The Anglo Luchador brings in $156, a $100 bet on Balaam brings in $240. If you believe in the power of rivalries, this might be a great match to bet on.
Tag Team Titles
Kings of Popsicles(c) (PK) vs Winds of Change (PK)
With Jared Sykes’ resume, and the road he was able to take through Survivor, you’d be wild to bet against him. But his Berry counterpart, Baron Von Blackberry, has got the Winds of Change firing on all cylinders in the runup and this one is set to be a barn burner. The main event before the intermission period should have a lot of action coming in with it being such a close call. A $100 bet on Kings of Popsicles brings in $200, a $100 bet on Winds of Change brings in $200.
Some prop bets for you during the intermission. If you want to bet on Julian Bathory trying to take out his opponent before the main event to become the last villain standing, this is your chance. Odds on that are +400. The over-under on the number of times the Foodie Magic Food-O-Matic is referenced or presented in the match is 2.5, and the amount of times Mushi says OSU is set at 3.5. Our next prop bet is how many times Richard Parker messes up saying Kjedelig is set at 4.5. How many old jokes get lobbed at Dusk from commentary during his potential last match is set at 3.5. The amount of suplexes in Brandon Youngblood versus Nova is set at 9.5. Both men have a long history and Youngblood might like to suplex as much as Sid Phillips likes to powerbomb. With GREAT SCOTT versus Rezin, we have the amount of bear related jokes and puns set at 4.5 from commentary. Ivan Stanislav breaking a bone in his comeback match against Hayes Hanlon is set at +200. I really like this bet, the old man might have brittle bones now. Our last prop bet opportunity is how long it takes Jiles to get to the ring. 9 minutes and 37 seconds is our current over/under, however we could see movement here as we get to bell time.
Dangerous Mix (-120) vs Masters of the Multiverse B-Team (+110)
These two went to a draw at Great American Nightmare, and that’s the only reason the betting line is close. Mushighara is a force and David Fox is a smart veteran in the ring. Kenny Freeman better hope Randall’s antics frustrate and irritate Dangerous Mix, or it’s going to be a long night. I’m all in on the Mix here, and expect to see this line move as we get closer to the bell. A $100 bet on Dangerous Mix brings in $183.33, a $100 bet on Masters of the Multivrse B-Team brings in $210.
If Mortimer loses, he joins the Gamble Adoration Syndicate
Mortimer Kjedelig (PK) vs Tony Gamble (PK)
Dead even right here. Mortimer’s off the slide with a win over Buster Gloves, but Tony Gamble is a PRIME Hall of Famer for a reason. Interesting stipulation here, if Mort loses, he has to become part of Tony Gamble’s GAS. I wouldn’t want to be another man’s GAS so, yeah. A $100 bet on Mortimer Kjedelig brings in $200, a $100 bet on Tony Gamble brings in $200.
Last Man Standing
Dusk (-180) vs Larry Tact (+160)
This one has all the makings of the upset special. Dusk should be a favorite; a walking, talking, living PRIME legend making one of his last appearances for the promotion where it all started, but Larry Tact has been bringing it. He took The Anglo Luchador to the limit for the Intense Championship, and picked up a big win against Mephisto. I think this one moves closer as we get to the bell time with the smart money coming in on Tact. Right now a $100 bet on Dusk brings in $156, a $100 bet on Larry Tact brings in $260.
Hayes Hanlon (-220) vs Ivan Stanislav (+160)
We have young versus old going on here. Ivan Stanislav makes a long awaited return to the ring, but most other relics from the previous age of competition struggle finding their footing in PRIME. We have Hayes taking the win here, but this could be an upset special if Stanislav hits the ground running and turns Hanlon into paste. A $100 bet on Hanlon would bring home $145, while the same bet on Stanislav would bring in $260.
Brandon Youngblood (-140) vs Nova (+120)
This one shouldn’t be close on paper, but this is Nova we’re talking about. Brandon Youngblood has been on an absolute path of destruction since coming back, with the only setback being Phil Atken. Nova struggled to find some footing early, but we’re talking about Nova here. A literal legend, the man that helped build the place. The guy that runs the show. They collide, again, Youngblood is coming off a close match against Bobby Dean, while Nova has worked a lighter schedule coming into UltraViolence. But Suplex Daddy against the Star Child? It’s gonna be close, so buckle up. A $100 bet on Youngblood would bring home $171.43, while the same bet on Nova would bring in $220.
Five Star Title
Rezin (-120) vs GREAT SCOTT (+110)
Another close call. Rezin is a slight favorite here with the win over SCOTT on ReV12, however SCOTT picked up a big win over former champion Hayes Hanlon since then. These two have been at odds since the Great American Nightmare ended, and we are seeing that continue. A $100 bet on Rezin brings in $183.33, a $100 bet on GREAT SCOTT brings in $210.
Universal Title, Steel Cage Match
Cancer Jiles (PK) vs Julian Bathory (PK)
These two aligned to eliminate current champion Phil Atken from the proceedings. With the match taking place in a cage, and the declaration that there must be a winner, sets this up to come down to inches. Both men are capable of taking advantage of anything and everything, and they are incredibly evenly matched after their thirty minute time limit draw at GAN. Anything could happen. $100 bet on Cancer Jiles pays out $200, same with Julian Bathory.
Lots of tight gambling action at UltraViolence folks, follow along and we hope you all live high on the HOG! Good luck!