- As noted earlier, several gambling sites now allow betting for pro wrestling, with several sites correctly listing the eventual winner as the favorite days before a pay-per-view. WrestlingINC.com reader Andrew Wilsher noted that one of those sites, Skybet, seemingly received the results by last Thursday. That day, both Damien Sandow and Randy Orton were positioned as the favorites of their respective Money In The Bank matches. When all was said and done, Skybet listed the eventual victor as the favorite in every match. This has been happening for the past few pay-per-views.
- As noted earlier, a user on Reddit, Dolphins1925, correctly posted the results of WWE Elimination Chamber, WrestleMania 29, Extreme Rules, Payback and Money in the Bank minutes before the shows went on the air. It is unknown if Dolphins1925 simply used the betting lines for the results, or if the user is getting results from someone within the company. Dolphins1925 admitted to not being a WWE employee, but rather a fan with an inside source who wants WWE to plug their leaks because it is "hurting the integrity of the product."
Deadspin.com posted an article about Dolphins1925 correctly posting PPV results earlier this week. WWE issued a statement to the website, stating, "We might have to monitor these posts in advance of our next pay-per-view to see how good he or she really is."
NPR.com posted an article about the Deadspin story, and actually used the title "WWE Can Now Tag-Team With NSA Versus Leakers." The story admitted that while the Reddit user is not on the level of Edward Snowden or Bradley Manning, Dolphins1925 could "shake up the world of professional wrestling." I doubt that. You can read the NPR article here.