Women’s Division NXT Spoilers, Betting Odds For TLC Women’s Title Bout

Women’s Division NXT Spoilers

‘- Best known as one-half of the MMA Four Horsewomen (along with NXT Women’s Champion Shayna Baszler and RAW Women’s Champion Ronda Rousey) Marina Shafir and Jessamyn Duke made their NXT debuts last night in Orlando, during the brand’s scheduled tapings. They squared off against Dakota Kai and Io Shirai and Dakota Kai, and lost the match. The two female superstars wore attire that resembled Baszler’s, but a little more rugged.

Shafir and Duke have been seen competing at NXT live events since this past summer, in match combinations that included Kai, Sane, and Shirai.

Are we in store for an MMA Four Horsewomen reunion in the WWE? Seems to be going that route.

–  The WWE women’s division is all the rage right now, thanks to Rousey, Baszler, Becky Lynch, and Charlotte Flair. The rivalries brewing between Rousey, Lynch, Flair, and Nia Jax during the buildup (and aftermath) of Survivor Series has been phenomenal. The women also took center stage during this week’s SmackDown LIVE, where the results of a women’s battle royal determined that Asuka would finally be given another championship match at the WWE Tables, Ladders, and Chairs pay-per-view, where she is scheduled to battle current champ, Lynch, in a triple threat bout that will include (wwoo) Charlotte Flair.

Well, the betting odds for this match have been released, and according to Sky Bet, The Man is the favorite to win this match and retain her title, at 1/1; Charlotte is the next in line, in terms of odds at 11/10; and Asuka seems like the underdog in this bout with 9/2 odds of entering the 2019 Royal Rumble as SmackDown LIVE’s Women’s Champion.

While Asuka has build some huge momentum since her battle royal win on Tuesday, seems right that Lynch and Flair would lead the odds in this TLC win, especially with rumblings that either woman could face Ronda Rousey at Wrestlemania, and close the event, marking the first-ever time a women’s match would do so.

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