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Full betting odds for WrestleMania 37 night two

It’s night two of WrestleMania tonight, hopefully not as wet as last night, but chances are it’s going to be worse. But the show must and will go one one way or another. We will take a look at the betting odds of the full card below while reminding everyone that odds might change by the time the show goes on the air.

In the Universal title main event match, Royal Rumble winner Edge is the favorite to walk out of Tampa with the title with his odds at 1/2. The current champ Roman Reigns is 19/20 to retain while Daniel Bryan seems like an afterthought with his odds not doing great at 5/1.

The Fiend will take on Randy Orton in what will be Wyatt’s first match since December when he was set on fire. As expected The Fiend is the overwhelming favorite in this match with his odds set at 1/20 while Orton is a massive underdog at 7/1.

The Intercontinental title will be up for grabs in a Nigerian Drum fight. Both the champ, Big E, and the challenger, Apollo Crews, have the same odds of 17/20 with bookmakers undecided. If E loses tonight, he advances to a 0-7 record at WrestleMania.

Best friends turned bitter eternal enemies Kevin Owens and Sami Zayn will go one-on-one tonight with Logan Paul also involved somehow. Owens is the big favorite with 1/14 odds while Zayn is far away with 11/2 odds.

Is Rhea Ripley ready for Asuka? We will soon find out but if the odds are correct, yes she is! The Australian former NXT champ is 1/5 favorite to win her first title on the main roster while Asuka is 3/1 to retain the gold.

United States champion Riddle will be defending the title against Sheamus and the challenger is currently the favorite to win this one with odds set at 7/10 in his favor. Bookmakers aren’t high on the Bro – see what we did there? – and his odds are 1/1 as underdog.

And finally, the WWE Women’s Tag Team titles will be defended with Shayna Baszler and Nia Jax taking on Tamina and Natalya. The team of Tamina and Natalya are the favorites with odds of 2/5 while Baszler and Jax are 7/4 to keep them.

Colin Vassallohttps://www.wrestling-online.com
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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