Wrestlemania 33 Betting Odds & Predictions
It’s that time of the year. Wrestlemania is here! And it’s not called the Showcase of the Immortals for nothing. Anything can happen in at the Grandest Stage of Them All.
Now, we have different scenario from last year. With the brand split back in July 2016, many interesting storylines have evolved. From broken friendship to career threating matches, ‘Mania has it all this year.
All titles will be on the line that night. So, let’s take a look at the matches and their respective WWE Odds.
Wrestlemania 33 Betting Odds & Prediction
When: Sunday, April 2nd, 2017
Where: Camping World Stadium, Orlando, FL.
Live Stream: WWE Network
Goldberg vs Brock Lesnar
This matchup has been building since November 2016. Goldberg made a return to the WWE after 12 years of inactivity. His return was sparked due to a challenge issued by Brock Lesnar, who wants revenge on Goldberg, which he lost to back at Wrestlemania XX. After beating Lesnar at Survivor Series in 1:26 minutes and eliminating him from the Royal Rumble, now Goldberg has the Universal Championship and it’s up for grabs.
After losing twice to Goldberg, its doubtful Lesnar will take another loss. But the question is, will be a fast or short match? Brock Lesnar is the favorite to win with -1400.
Randy Orton vs Bray Wyatt
These two have been building the feud for a while. First, Orton was part of the Wyatt Family, then won the 2017 Royal Rumble and betrayed Wyatt. Another factor is Luke Harper, who has also been going solo for a while. Will he make an appearance?
It would look really bad if Orton takes the win, since Wyatt has only been WWE Champion for over a month. It could become an interesting storyline if they let Bray Wyatt win this one. Orton can take a loss at ‘Mania. The odds favor Randy Orton to win at -500.
The Undertaker vs Roman Reigns
With Roman Reigns eliminating the Undertaker at the Royal Rumble, this feud was bound to happen. And with the push WWE has been giving Reigns the last few months, the Deadman has the odds stacked against him.
This could be the match that makes or breaks Roman Reigns. So, if he’s going to win, it has to be done the right way. Reigns heads into the match as the favorite at -450.
Seth Rollins vs Triple H
It’s the return of Seth Rollins to Wrestlemania, after missing out on last year’s event due to an injury in a dark match while he was WWE Champion. Since then, he’s been looking for the gold, but Triple H has prevented that from happening.
Although it seems he still looks unfit to fight, The Architect for sure is good to go against the Game if not, WWE wouldn’t have allowed it. And it would be a good return for Rollins if he gets put over by Triple H. Seth Rollins is the favorite at -350.
AJ Styles vs Shane McMahon
If there’s something you got to admire from Shane McMahon is his ability to put on a great show. And no, he’s no way a tough opponent for AJ Styles and with Styles being a crowd favorite, it wouldn’t make sense for the Smackdown commissioner to win.
We will see crazy moments for sure, but the Phenomenal One takes the victory. AJ styles is the favorite at -350.
Here’s a quick insight on the favorites and their respective odds for the remaining matches on the card.
- John Cena & Nikkie Bella vs The Miz & Maryse: Cena/Bella -350
- Alexa Bliss vs Becky Lynch vs Mickie James vs Carmella vs Natalya vs Naomi (Smackdown Women’s Championship): Naomi at -190
- Dean Ambrose vs Baron Corbin (Intercontinental Championship): Baron Corbin at -700
- Bayley vs Charlotte vs Sasha Banks vs Nia Jax (Raw Women’s Championship): Bayley at -450
- Chris Jericho vs Kevin Owens (US Championship): Kevin Owen at -700
- Luke Gallows and Karl Anderson vs Enzo and Cass vs Sheamus and Cesaro (Raw Tag Team Championship): Enzo and Cass at -120
- Neville vs Austin Aries (WWE Cruiserwight Championship): Neville at -400