Cool UFC Props Following WWE Acquisition

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Apr/03/2023

(SportsBetting.ag News Wire) - Massive news broke this morning when it was announced that Endeavor, the company that owns the Ultimate Fighting Championship entity, acquired WWE, creating a combat/entertainment conglomerate rivaled by none.

SportsBetting.ag jumped on the news to create some unique UFC/WWE prop bets ranging from next UFC fighter to join WWE to co-events to Endeavor's stock price.

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Next UFC fighter to join WWE              

Derrick Lewis                +400

Tai Tuivasa                    +500

Molly McCann              +600

Paddy Pimblett             +700

Conor McGregor           +900

Dustin Poirier                +1000

Kamara Usman             +1000

Amanda Nunes             +1400

Khamzat Chimaev         +1400

Holly Holm                    +2000

Jamahal Hill                  +2000

Jon Jones                      +2000

Ciryl Gane                     +2500

Israel Adesanya             +2500

Michael Chandler          +2500

Brandon Moreno          +3500

Curtis Blaydes               +3500

Sean O'Malley               +3500

Justin Gaethje               +4000

Valentina Shevchenko   +4000

Alex Pereira                  +5000

Islam Makhachev          +5000

Sean Strickland             +5000

                       

Nationality of next UFC fighter to join WWE                 

American (USA)             -125

British (all of UK)           +250

Australian                     +500

Brazilian                       +750

Russian                         +1200

 

Who will win first WWE match?

Logan Paul -250

Jake Paul +170

 

Will there be a UFC/WWE tag-team match?

Yes +2500

 

Will there be a UFC/WWE co-event in 2024?

Yes -140

No +100

 

Will Dana White become president of WWE?

Yes +2500

 

Endeavor share price on April 30 at market close

Over/Under 19.5 USD

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