This Sunday’s Money in the Bank pay-per-view will feature the first ever women’s MITB ladder match, where Carmella, Natalya, Charlotte Flair, Becky Lynch, and Tamina will battle it out for possession of the briefcase.

Many are predicting that Charlotte will end up winning the match, however, according to Five Dimes, that’s not the case, as Carmella is currently listed as the favorite. You can take a look at the odds below.

  • Carmella (-145)
  • Becky Lynch (+350)
  • Natalya (+365)
  • Charlotte Flair (+950)
  • Tamina (+2800)

It looks like the odds makers firmly believe that there’s no chance of Tamina winning the briefcase, which may make WWE change the finish. In the past, most notably at last year’s WrestleMania 32, where WWE had the biggest underdog — Zack Ryder — win the Intercontinental Championship, which wasn’t the original finish. However, as previously mentioned, Ryder was listed as the biggest underdog, which is why WWE changed the finish. In short, they wanted to surprise people, and they could to the same with Tamina on Sunday.

During a recent edition of the Live Audio Wrestling podcast, Dave Meltzer of the Wrestling Observer Newsletter predicted that Carmella will win the briefcase on Sunday. He also didn’t rule out the possibility of her cashing it in on the very same night, which is exactly what WWE did with Dean Ambrose last year.

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