WrestleMania 35 Betting Odds Preview & Predictions
Betting on WrestleMania 35? Yes, the biggest event in professional wrestling is almost here, and we’re here to break down the biggest matches, give you our picks and WrestleMania 35 betting odds. The event will take place on Sunday, April 7, and the action begins at 4 PM EST. WWE WrestleMania 35 is bound to be a blow-away event when you realize what’s on tap. Between the first-ever all-women’s main event match to both world titles being defended it shapes up to be a newsworthy night worth few bets.
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WWE Raw Women’s Championship Match
There was speculation that Rousey would face Flair in a one on one match at WrestleMania when she joined WWE. However, Becky Lynch has been an extreme talent in WWE and has forced her way into the conversation. After Lynch won the Royal Rumble, she went for it and challenged Ronda. Then, due to Vince McMahon’s handiwork, we ended up with a Triple Threat Match with the title on the line.
The way the storyline has played out so far – it sure seems like Lynch is going to win this one. She seems to have caught the eye of both WWE management and the fans. I think, even at -260, she is an excellent value. Her losing this match seems quite unlikely to me, and I would have interest up to -400.
Pick: Becky Lynch -260
AJ Styles Vs. Randy Orton
This match came to be late but should be a good one between two former champions and great in-ring performers. The storyline between these has been building a few months, and these two veterans have yet to duke it out in a big match. This will be it.
This is a bit of a pick’em, but with Styles getting +120 – I like him in this one. There was also a lot of speculation that he could leave the company leading up to WrestleMania, but he signed a new contract a few weeks back. I think they will give the nod to Styles in this one.
Pick: AJ Styles +120
Falls Count Anywhere: The Miz Vs. Shane McMahon
Shane McMahon and the Miz’s relationship collapsed after they failed to recapture tag team gold at Fastlane. After McMahon attacked the Miz after a match, we saw this match booked for WrestleMania 35. Shane always seems to put on a show at WrestleMania, and this event should be no different. However, he loses a lot at WrestleMania. I don’t think we see Shane win this one. This match might be my “lock of the evening” (take that for it’s worth). The Miz, even at -400, seems like an excellent price.
Pick: The Miz -400
No Holds Barred: Triple H Vs. Batista
Batista has quite the career outside of wrestling these days. He’s an action movie star in such films as Guardians of the Galaxy, Spectre, and Blade Runner 2047. He may leave the wrestling world behind soon but has not just yet. This match does have the caveat of Triple H being forced to retire if he loses. However, it appears it will be the Animal’s last match in wrestling – not Hunter’s. Triple H still has some years left in him and is still the face of WWE. We have been going with a lot of favorites so far, but I still see value with them. Triple H should easily win this match. I still see value at -300.
Pick: Triple H -300
WWE Universal Championship: Brock Lesnar (c) Vs. Seth Rollins
This is one of the tougher ones to call on the WrestleMania slate, but that has mean leaning towards the underdog (according to the oddsmakers). Lesnar the current champion and Rollins’ quest for the title has not been too believable. A lot of this depends on what Brock Lesnar wants to do next in his career, and that is still a subject that is still hotly debated.
The WWE did sign a recent deal with Fox, which may spell Lesnar being the in the picture a bit longer. I like him at +120 in this one to retain his title. We may see a rematch at Summer Slam.
Pick: Lesnar +120
WWE Championship: Daniel Bryan (c) Vs. Kofi Kingston
The storyline leading up this match has been fantastic. I can’t help but think that Bryan was in the same situation a few years ago as Kingston is now. An underdog, fighting the system and trying to get himself a title. Kingston has gone through a lot, and it should be his feel-good moment at WrestleMania 35. Even at -320, I think there is value with Kofi in this one. I think it will be a great one to watch and expect the challenger to prevail.
Pick: Kofi Kingston -320
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