PinnacleSports.com, which began offering odds on who would win the TV dance competition before it started, claims the former WWE wrestler continues to have a choke hold on her competitors.
Before the show premiered, Keibler was earning 4-to-1 odds and is currently pulling in 1-to-2 odds, making her the dancer most folks are betting to win.
Meanwhile, former 98 Degrees boy band member Drew Lachey was a long-shot before the competition, but is now in range of a possible upset, moving from 11-to-2 opening odds to 9- to-5 current odds.
Finally, retired NFL wide receiver Jerry Rice danced his way into the finale, but still remains the long-shot. He opened with 11-to-2 odds and is currently paying 19-to-1.
The shows finale will be spread over two nights, this Thursday (Feb. 23) and Friday (Feb. 24).
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