Updated WWE WrestleMania Betting Odds: Lines Strangely Tighten In Top Title Match
Roman Reigns odds against WWE Universal Champion Brock Lesnar at WrestleMania tonight have strangely tightened, moving from a runaway -1200 to a mere -400. Thanks to our friends at Bet Wrestling for sending the following:
With a Roman Reigns victory being contemplated a forgone conclusion, is the main reason for this odd line move the end result of an inside leak? Not, because if this were the case, we’re visiting Lesnar favourite at this time. Can this because gamblers are drawn to the title value of Brock Lesnar, especially with his UFC history? This is probably the more likely situation and we will have a better idea of why exactly these odds moved when we get the result of this match. Worth mentioning is that this WWE Universal Championship game remains preferred by -2000 to proceed on continue as the primary event.
Conversely, the odds actually widened somewhat from the WWE Championship match. Shinsuke Nakamura has seen his odds growth from -415 into -620. Another challenger into a world championship which has seen their odds decrease would be Asuka, who’s hard for Charlotte Flair’s Smackdown Women’s Championship. Asuka’s former chances of -1050 have fallen to -825, which can be still healthy odds for the”Empress of Tommorow”. European Markets are offering odds on a Carmella cash in at a positive -150. This wager is on a formal cash from the Money in the Bank briefcase with no regard on if the money in is a victory.
In terms of the Raw Women’s Championship, the challenger’s chances of winning have diminished too. Nia Jax’s odds of winning have proceeded from -390 to -350. Looking into the secondary championship matches, United States Champion Randy Orton is at a dead heat with a few of the three challengers. The two Orton and Rusev currently have odds as +100, which can be an even wager in which you win as far as you wager. This is impressive as Rusev was transferred into this game in the final minute to make a Fatal Fourway. The other challengers are Bobby Roode with odds of +765 and Jinder Mahal at +905.
The Interconitinental Championship still has Finn Balor favourite marginally, however Seth Rollins has come to be a near underdog. This match is aggressive with the exclusion of The Miz having dismal odds of +360 to retain in this Triple Threat match.
The Bludgeon Brothers stay little favorites to win the Smackdown Tag Team Championships in a Triple Threat match between The Usos and The New Day. Braun Strowman and his spouse are also still favored to defeat the Raw Tag Team Champions, Cesaro and Sheamus.
From the Tournament Finals for its empty Cruiserweight Championship, Cedric Alexander’s positive odds have increased from -295 to -460, a marginal line movement. Alexander’s fellow finalist Mustafa Ali is a +320 underdog.
While the unannounced match of John Cena vs the Undertaker is only open in the European sport books, The Undertaker’s chances have dropped from -400 to -295, casting uncertainty for the results of this epic game.
Both the Raw and Smackdown manufacturers have tag team matches centered around the authority figures of each brand. Raw is supplying the in ring introduction of Ronda Rousey, as she teams up with Raw GM Kurt Angle. Rousey & Angle have observed their chances increase to -825 against Deadly Commissioner Stephanie McMahon and WWE COO Triple H.
Smackdown GM Daniel Bryan makes his long awaited in ring return, teaming with Smackdown Commissioner Shane McMahon against Kevin Owens and Sami Zayn. The chances on this one are extremely close and haven’t moved appreciably. Bryan and McMahon are favored slightly at -180.