Full betting odds for WrestleMania 36

 
 

16 matches will make up the WrestleMania card this weekend, the biggest one in WrestleMania history. Despite the show being recorded already, betting companies are still taking odds for 14 of those matches. Two matches – the Universal title match and the Smackdown Tag Team title match – are not available because WWE has not officially announced yet who will be taking part in them.

Roman Reigns was removed from the card after he requested out due to his health while The Miz was sick and was not allowed to participate. The replacements will be officially announced on Smackdown tonight.

Since we don’t know which matches will take place on night one and night two of WrestleMania, today we will present the odds for all the matches. Please keep in mind that these odds might change over the next 24 and 48 hours so be careful.

The WWE title match will see Brock Lesnar defending against Royal Rumble winner and number one contender Drew McIntyre. It’s not usual that Brock Lesnar is the underdog in matches, but he is big time this time around as his odds are of 9/4 to retain while the Scotsman is the overwhelming favorite with odds of 2/7.

There will be four women’s matches at this WrestleMania with all titles up for grabs. In a first, NXT Women’s champion Rhea Ripley will be defending her gold against Charlotte Flair. Ripley is the slight favorite for now with odds of 13/20 while Flair is 11/10 to get her 11th title reign. The Man’s reign as Raw Women’s champion looks like it’s coming to an end if bookmakers are correct as challenger Shayna Baszler is favorite with 11/25 odds against Becky Lynch who is at 8/5 to retain. Bayley’s odds of retaining her Smackdown Women’s title in a fatal 5-way match would usually be slim but the reigning champion is 3/4 favorite to retain. Sasha Banks is 6/4 to beat her best friend, Lacey Evans is 11/2, Naomi is 7/1, and Tamina is a long shot with 25/1 odds. And the Women’s Tag Team titles are also on the line with Nikki Cross and Alexa Bliss the slight favorites to regain their titles with odds of 3/4 against The Kabuki Warriors who are 19/20.

The Street Profits are favorites to retain the Raw Tag Team titles in their first WrestleMania outing with odds of 11/50 against Austin Theory and Angel Garza who are 14/5 underdogs. The other title match on the card is for the Intercontinental title with Sami Zayn favorite at 8/13 to retain against Daniel Bryan who is 23/20 to win.

There are three gimmick matches this year at WrestleMania. The Firefly Fun House match is one of them with Bray Wyatt favorite at 1/3 to defeat John Cena who is wrestling for the first time since January 2019. Cena has odds of 2/1 to win. A boneyard match will also take place with The Undertaker favorite with 2/7 odds against AJ Styles who has odds of 9/4. And one of the most anticipated matches of the night is the last man standing match between Edge and Randy Orton. Edge is 1/4 favorite for this match while Orton is 5/2.

The four other remaining matches has Aleister Black listed as 1/16 favorite against Bobby Lashley who is 6/1, King Corbin with 11/20 odds favorite against Elias who is at 5/4, Kevin Owens at 2/5 favorite against Seth Rollins at 7/4, and Otis the slight favorite over Dolph Ziggler with odds of 3/4 and 19/20 respectively.