A total of 14 matches are part of the two-night WrestleMania pay-per-view this weekend and we will bring you all the latest betting odds for all the matches tomorrow and Sunday.
But today, we take a look at the top four matches of the card, concentrating on the WWE, Universal, Raw Women’s, and Smackdown Women’s title bouts. These are the early odds and they might change by the time the shows start.
Drew McIntyre won the WWE title at last year’s WrestleMania against Brock Lesnar and finds himself in the same position this year, the favorite to beat Bobby Lashley to claim his third WWE title. McIntyre is 2/5 the favorite and Lashley is at 7/4 to keep the gold in The Hurt Business.
Will the EST of WWE win her first title on WrESTleMania? If odds are proven to be correct, that seems to be the case. Royal Rumble winner Bianca Belair is on course to take the Smackdown Women’s title from Sasha Banks, with the challenger having odds of 2/13 while the champ is at 7/2 to retain.
Another title change is predicted when it comes to the Raw Women’s title match with Asuka listed at 3/1 underdog to win the match while her opponent and fellow former NXT Women’s champion Rhea Ripley the clear favorite with 1/5 odds.
In the triple threat main event of night two, it’s Edge vs Daniel Bryan vs Roman Reigns for the Universal title. Edge currently has, well, the edge, in the odds with 19/20 attached to his name. Roman Reigns is 5/4 to retain while Daniel Bryan is 7/2 for his second upset at a WrestleMania.