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Betfair was founded in 1999 and was the first ever betting exchange where clients can place wagers against each another.

In 2013, the company expanded and added a sportsbook platform where customers could gamble the old-fashioned way.

As the sportsbook side to the business is new, it goes without saying that World Wrestling Entertainment betting markets is also a fresh concept to the company.

That’s not to say the firm is behind the curve when it comes to WWE betting. Betfair is almost ahead of it!

When the book was opened on WrestleMania XXX, the firm saw fit to introduce special WWE prop bets that weren’t considered anywhere else. Betfair came up with unique propositions like ‘How many big boot & legdrop combos will Hulk Hogan do?’, ‘Will CM Punk make a surprise appearance?’ & ‘How many times will Hulk Hogan say ‘Brother’?’

Regular match odds were also on offer alongside the above prop bets.

When WWE betting markets are available at Betfair, they can be found under ‘USA’ in the ‘Special Bets’ section of the sportsbook.

As a Betfair customer, you’ll be able to place bets on the aforementioned exchange and sportsbook. You can also use your account to play in the live and regular casinos, poker, games and bingo. recommends becoming a Betfair customer because of its state-of-the-art approach to sports gambling.

September 2017 Update: Since Paddy Power’s merger with Betfair, the WWE content has been lacking. The markets that are available from Paddy Power are synced over to Betfair’s website. So, you can still bet on WWE with the company, but everything that was once good about Betfair’s WWE coverage has become extinct since 2016.

Depositing Methods

Betfair accepts many ways to pay. These depend on the country you live in. For the UK, they include : Credit & Debit Cards, PayPal, Neteller, Skrill, ClickandBuy, Bank Transfer, Western Union and Cheque. recommends using Skrill to credit all your betting accounts.

No longer publishes unique prop bets

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