On arguably the biggest night of television in 2016, WWE will broadcast one of its top yearly pay-per-view events. Money in the Bank is set to begin at 8 p.m. ET in Las Vegas, starting at the same time as the Golden State Warriors and Cleveland Cavaliers do battle in Game 7 of the NBA Finals.

It’s not listed among WWE’s “Big Four” PPVs, but the event will have major implications going forward. Roman Reigns defends his WWE World Heavyweight Championship against Seth Rollins, who technically never lost the title, but was forced to relinquish the belt when he got injured in November. A future No.1 contender for the championship will be determined in the Money in the Bank Ladder Match, and John Cena will face AJ Styles in the first ever match between two of wrestling’s biggest stars.

Ordering Money in the Bank on PPV will cost $49.95 in standard definition and $54.99 in HD. Watching the event on WWE Network costs $9.99 per month for subscribers, but new subscribers can see it at no cost since the first month of their subscription is free.

Below are betting odds for WWE Money in the Bank 2016, courtesy of Bovada.lv.

WWE World Heavyweight Championship

Roman Reigns  -375     (4/15)

Seth Rollins  +240     (12/5)

AJ Styles vs. John Cena

AJ Styles  -200     (1/2)

John Cena  +150     (3/2)

WWE Money In The Bank Winner

Kevin Owens  5/7

Dean Ambrose  5/2

Chris Jericho  6/1

Cesaro  9/1

Sami Zayn  18/1

Alberto Del Rio  25/1

WWE Tag Team Championship

The New Day  5/8

The Club  2/1

Enzo & Cass  11/2

The Vaudevillains  18/1

WWE United States Championship

Rusev  2/13

Titus O'Neil  15/4