The primary season is over and now most political pundits turn their eyes to who will be the running mates of Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump. We certainly have a little more concrete news surrounding who could be joining Clinton on the campaign trail, but Trump has yet to show his hand.
Odds are now up at BetOnline as to who will be on the running mate lists and who could be playing a massive role in the near future of America.
The Nathan’s Famous International Hot Dog Eating Contest is the premier event in competitive eating and this is a landmark year. The 100th edition of the event will take place, as always, on July 4 and the spotlight will be on the biggest rivalry in the history of competitive eating.
In five of the six latest polls, the gap between Remain and Leave was gauged to be three points or less. Ladbrokes odds, on the other hand, suggest there is a 76 percent chance the UK will vote to Remain part of the EU.
With the penultimate episode of the Game of Thrones season on the horizon, it’s safe to say the proverbial shit is about to hit the fan in Westeros. The good news is gambling and Game of Thrones go together like peanut butter and jam, and one sportsbook is here to offer all of your wagering needs for the HBO hit show.
The WWE takes to the beautiful new T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas for their annual Money in the Bank PPV. Though this is far from the best MitB card the company has ever put together – no, that belongs to the 2011 event – the show still holds some intriguing matches for fans and bettors alike.
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