Wrestlemania is this Sunday and just like the Super Bowl is to football, this is the biggest gambling event for pro wrestling. BetWrestling.com is reporting this massive card has had odds out for awhile, and since the global markets were opened last week, some of these matches have moved to become lopsided.
The most favored of anyone to win their match is Roman Reigns with odds of -1200 to beat Brock Lesnar for the Universal Championship. This means a $1200 bet would have to be made to make only $100. It has been a forgone conclusion all along that Roman will win this match and this has been an open secret since before the match was even announced. This match is once again heavily favored to main event, going on last at -2000.
While the match has not even been officially announced, John Cena vs The Undertaker is expected to happen at Wrestlemania. This match has been rumored for awhile and WWE has been teasing this match through the proxy of John Cena calling out The Taker weekly. It would be unlike the WWE’s prior business practices to tease a match it cannot deliver so we can count on this match happening Sunday. Even though the match is unofficial at his point, sports books are offering odds and Undertaker is favored at -400. John Cena is a +250 underdog.
Shinsuke Nakamura also has very good odds to defeat AJ Styles in the WWE Championship match. This follows a trend of champions going into Wrestlemania as underdogs. Raw Women’s Champion Alexa Bliss is a +295 underdog and is being challenged by former ally Nia Jax, who is favored at -390. The Intercontinental Champion The Miz is another underdog at +280 and has two challengers to make a triple threat match. Finn Balor is a slight favorite to win this with current odds of -185. Seth Rollins has odds of +360, making him the outsider.
Asuka has superb odds of -1050 to continue her undefeated streak when she challenges Charlotte Flair for the Smackdown Women’s Championship. A Carmella Money in the Bank cash in is more than likely and the favorable betting odds on a successful cash in have mysteriously disappeared. This prop bet being suspended is actually a great indicator that Carmella will finally be cashing in. It is very probable the betting was suspended due to too many wagers being made on Carmella. Those lines kept moving in the favor of Carmella until it closed.
The only champion that is actually favored is Randy Orton favored at -200 defending his United States Championship in a Fatal Fourway. Of Orton’s three underdog challengers, Rusev has the best odds at +140 to take the title. Jinder Mahal has odds of +250 and the outsider is former champion Bobby Roode with odds of +500. This is actually one of the more difficult matches to predict.
For the finals of the Cruiserweight Championship Tournament, Cedric Alexander is favored at -295 to capture the vacant title by defeating Mustafi Ali. Mustafa’s underdog odds of +200 are tempting in this one. Ali has a legitimate chance.
Tag Team and Battle Royal Matches
Both sets of tag team champions lack having lucky odds. Braun Strowman & whoever his opponent end up being have odds of -295 to successfully challenge the Raw Tag Team champions Cesaro & Sheamus. For the Smackdown Tag Team Championships The Bludgeon Brother are slight favorites at -134 to dethrone The Usos for those titles. The champions are slight underdogs at +140 and the New Day are also in this match with odds of +275.
In the special attraction mixed tag team match featuring women’s MMA standout Ronda Rousey, Kurt Angle and Ronda are favored at -530 to defeat Triple H and Stephanie McMahon in a grudge match. According to some prop bets, we can expect to see this match via submission with Rousey tapping McMahon.
Another tag team match featuring the in ring return of Daniel Bryan has very close odds. Bryan & Shane McMahon are marginal favorites at -155 to defeat Kevin Owens and Sami Zayn, +110 underdogs. This is another match that is too close to call as KO and Sami fight to regain their jobs at WWE.
The Wrestlemania Women’s Battle Royal sees Becky Lynch with the best odds of +125 to win and there is another participant that is very close to Lynch’s odds. Sasha Banks, for example, has odds of +160 to win, but sports books cannot call this one right now. The Andre the Giant Memeorial Battle Royal is a match with a more definitive projection seeing Elias as the -140 favorite to win this match. There are also odds on Big Cass and Samoa Joe, both at +400, which is purely speculative with both being injured and not expected to be in this match.
WWE Universal Championship
Brock Lesnar(c) +600 vs Roman Reigns -1200
AJ Styles(c) +295 vs Shinsuke Nakamura -415
Raw Women’s Championship
Alexa Bliss(c) +270 vs Nia Jax -390
Smackdown Women’s Championship
Charlotte(c) +550 vs Asuka -1050
Intercontinental Championship – Triple Threat Match
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The Miz(c) +280 vs Finn Balor -185 vs Seth Rollins +360
United States Championship
Randy Orton(c) -200 vs Rusev +140 vs Jinder Mahal +250 vs Bobby Roode +500
Mixed Tag Team Match
Kurt Angle & Ronda Rousey -530 vs Triple H & Shane McMahon +350
Andre the Giant Memorial Battle Royal
Elias -140 vs
Dolph Ziggler +400 vs
Big Cass +400 vs
Samoa Joe +400
Kane +600 vs
Baron Corbin +800 vs
Matt Hardy +1200 vs
Tye Dillenger +2500
Wrestlemania Women’s Battle Royal
Sasha Banks +160 vs
Becky Lynch +125 vs
The Undertaker -400 vs John Cena +250
WWE Raw Tag Team Championship
Cesaro & Sheamus(c) +200 vs Braun Strowman & Partner -295
Smackdown Tag Team Championship
The Usos(c) +140 vs The New Day +275 vs The Bludgeon Brothers -134
Cruiserweight Championship Tournament Final
Cedric Alexander -295 vs Mustafa Ali +200
Daniel Bryan & Shane McMahon -155 vs Kevin Owens +110
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