Full betting odds for WrestleMania 38 night two

Night one of WrestleMania had some surprise results and some must have made good money if they bet against Ronda Rousey but what will night two bring to the table? We will take a look at the full betting odds for tonight’s card.

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Someone is walking out of the AT&T Stadium with the two main titles and it will either be Brock Lesnar or Roman Reigns. The titles will be unified in a winner-take-all match and as things stand, Reigns is the clear favorite with his odds of 1/5 while Brock is 3/1 as the rare underdog.

Edge and AJ Styles are set for probably the match of the night in this first-ever encounter between the two. The Rated-R Superstar has the upper hand in the odds with 11/20 while Styles is 5/4.

You can’t think of the word stupendous without picturing Pat McAfee saying it. Hopefully, his match against Austin Theory will be just as much. But Theory is currently the favorite, slightly ahead of McAfee with odds of 22/25 against those of 4/5 of the former NFL player.

Bobby Lashley came back surprisingly quick and will now face Omos in a match of two giants. This one is still undecided and bookmakers have put the odds for both men at 17/20 with no clear predicted winner.

For the first time, WrestleMania will feature a jackass in the form of Johnny Knoxville. In the anything goes match, Knoxville is favorite at 1/5 odds while Zayn is 3/1 to end this feud once and for all.

Bro! We have a triple threat match for the Raw Tag Team titles and RK-Bro remain favorites to hold on to the straps with their odds at 3/5 while those of the Street Profits are at 8/5 and Alpha Academy a long shot at 5/1.

A fatal four-way match will determine who will walk out with the WWE Women’s Tag Team titles. Champs Carmella and Zelina Vega look in trouble with their 9/4 odds as Sasha Banks and Naomi are favorites with 3/4. Rhea Ripley and Liv Morgan are 13/5 while Natalya and Shayna Baszler are pretty much written out with 9/1 odds.

They got cut from WrestleMania Saturday due to time constraints but hopefully, The New Day, Sheamus, and Ridge Holland will find their way on tonight’s card. The New Day are favorites at 11/20 while Sheamus and Holland are set at 5/4.

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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