It’s finally here…WrestleMania Sunday! Tonight, over 80,000 fans from every corner of the world will pack the MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford, New Jersey for the 35th WrestleMania. There are a whopping 16 matches on the card tonight, three of which will be on the Kickoff show. Just five years ago at WrestleMania XXX, there were only 8 matches on the card. Today there’s double of that. Crazy!
Below we take a look at the betting odds for this show and all the matches. Remember, these should serve as guidelines only as odds will likely change by the time the show starts.
Becky Lynch continues to remain the clear favorite to walk out with both Raw and Smackdown Women’s titles tonight, with her odds at 1/3. Ronda Rousey and the Queen Charlotte Flair are both at 9/2 for the upset.
The Universal title match has Seth Rollins the favorite slightly at 8/13 while Brock Lesnar at 6/5 to retain the gold. It’s a similar story in the WWE title match as the champion is the underdog with odds of 7/4 while Kofi Kingston is at 2/5 to win his first ever world title.
In the three matches for Tag Team titles we have The Usos as favorites with odds of 4/5 to retain the Smackdown titles over Black and Ricochet who are at 6/4, Rusev and Nakamura who are at 8/1, and The Bar who are complete outsiders with odds of 16/1. Curt Hawkins and Zack Ryder are looking for the upset to win the Raw Tag Team titles with odds of 4/6 while The Revival are 11/10 to retain. The Women’s Tag Team titles are also on the line with Sasha Banks and Bayley favorites at 1/2, followed by The IIconics at 5/2, Natalya and Beth Phoenix at 7/1, and Nia and Tamina at 16/1.
The United States title currently held by Samoa Joe looks like it will be staying with him according to bookies as he’s 1/3 favorite to beat Rey Mysterio who is at 9/4 to win the title. Meanwhile, the story is different with the Intercontinental title as Finn Balor is 1/9 favorite to win it back against the champion Bobby Lashley who is 5/1.
In the no holds barred match, Triple H looks to beat Batista for the first time as he is favorite with 1/4 odds while the Hollywood action movie star is 11/4 to end Triple H’s career. The Miz is 8/13 favorite against Shane McMahon, who is 6/5, in the falls count anywhere match, and AJ Styles is the favorite against Randy Orton with odds of 4/7 and 5/4 respectively. Roman Reigns, his first match not in the main event since WrestleMania 30, is the clear favorite with 1/5 odds against Drew McIntyre who is 10/3, and Kurt Angle looks like he will end his career on a high with a win over Baron Corbin with odds of 1/2 against that of 6/4 of Corbin.
In the Kickoff matches, Buddy Murphy is 8/13 favorite to retain the Cruiserweight title against Tony Nese who is at 6/5, Braun Strowman is the favorite to win the Andre The Giant Memorial battle royal with 1/1 odds and Lacey Evans is also the favorite with 11/10 odds to win the Women’s battle royal.