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Full betting odds for tonight’s Fastlane 2021 pay-per-view

It’s the last stop before WrestleMania with Fastlane on the air tonight on pay-per-view and WWE Network…and Peacock!

We take a look below at the full betting odds of the Fastlane card. Please remember that odds might change by the time the show starts so be careful when placing bets with real money.

The Universal champion Roman Reigns remains the clear favorite to walk out of the ThunderDome still champ with his odds at 2/13 while Daniel Bryan is 7/2 to win.

Big E will defend the Intercontinental title against Apollo Crews and E is favorite with 7/10 odds. Crews has 1/1 odds at time of this writing. Riddle, who is the United States champion, is 2/13 favorite to keep his belt while challenger Mustafa Ali is 7/2, the same odds of the Reigns/Bryan match. In the WWE Women’s Tag Team titles match, Shayna Baszler and Nia Jax are favorites to retain with 1/3 odds while their challengers and WrestleMania opponents Sasha Banks and Bianca Belair are 2/1 to win.

In the other three matches, Randy Orton is favorite to beat Alexa Bliss with 4/6 odds against 27/25 odds for Bliss, Drew McIntyre has 1/8 odds and favorite against Sheamus who has 4/1 odds in the no holds barred match, and Seth Rollins is favorite with 1/5 odds versus Shinsuke Nakamura who is 3/1 to win.

Colin Vassallo
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Colin Vassallo has been editor of Wrestling-Online since 1996. He is born and raised in Malta, follows professional wrestling and MMA, loves to travel, and is a big Apple fan!

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