WWE’s WrestleMania Weekend Features 2 Days Of Betting Action – Without Fans

WWE’s WrestleMania is this weekend and the event is spread out over two days for the first time in history. Also a first – a wrestling pay-per-view without any fans in attendance.

WWE CEO Vince McMahon has been monitoring the spread of COVID-19 for two months now, keeping the Super Bowl of wrestling on the schedule despite every other major event of any significance being canceled or postponed.

It was speculated that McMahon and the WWE were keeping the event afloat to avoid losing millions of dollars in revenue, and that the city would need to cancel the event to trigger insurance riders. That is clearly not the case, because the pay-per-view has been forced to relocate twice since then, and the show is still continuing on.

According to the Bleacher Report, WWE executive Triple H felt that pushing forth with the event was important for the mental well-being of fans who need the release the event con provide during this especially difficult time in the world.

“I think [canceling] was obviously considered but we feel like it’s an obligation for us. Our fans have been there for us for years and years and years and we want to be there for them in this time where everybody is just doing the best to get through this, stuck home and the world needs entertainment right now.”

Hunter Hearst Helmsley – WWE Executive

With the show set to air over the next two days, popular sportsbook Bovada has revealed a bevy of entertainment betting odds on many of the major matchups. What’s even better is that the betting lines aren’t just set for winners and losers, but includes several prop bets that detail events occurring within each match.

Goldberg Vs Braun Strowman – WWE Universal Championship

  • Braun Strowman -220
  • Goldberg +155

This match was originally set for a clash between champion Bill Goldberg and challenger Roman Reigns. Strongman Braun Strowman has stepped in to replace Reigns because he has leukemia that is currently in remission, and the company cannot risk exposing him to a potentially deadly virus.

This creates a particularly advantageous situation for Strowman, as Goldberg is expected to leave the company soon and drop the belt on his way out. This could provide, although through a bizarre means, the perfect opportunity for Strowman to win the title and have a significant run, a stint that many fans feel he deserves and have gotten tired of waiting on. Top sportsbooks agree and have listed favorable odds for Strowman’s success.

The Undertaker Vs AJ Styles

Winner

  • The Undertaker -450
  • AJ Styles +275

Number of times AJ Styles successfully hits the “Styles Clash”

  • 0 +120
  • 1 -120
  • 2 Or More +225

Number of times  The Undertaker successfully hits the “Styles Clash”

  • 0 -260
  • 1 Or More +170

Even though the Undertaker has suffered two defeats now to Roman Reigns and Brock Lesner, he is still the most difficult man to beat at WrestleMania and sports an impressive win-loss record of 23-2. AJ Styles is sure to pair up well with the aged veteran and they should provide a match that is superior to Undertaker’s most recent efforts.

It is possible that Styles could pull off a surprise victory. The Undertaker only has a few matches left in him, and it doesn’t make much sense from a storyline perspective to allow him to defeat one of the WWE’s current flagship performers.  That said, it doesn’t make much sense for Styles to win either.

Brock Lesnar Vs Drew McIntyre – WWE Championship

Winner

  • Brock Lesnar +155
  • Drew McIntyre -220

First of the listed moves to be performed in the match

  • F5 By Brock Lesnar -180
  • Claymore Kick By Drew McIntyre +140

How will the match end

  • Pinfall -300
  • Submission +375
  • Any Other Result +185

Number of times Brock Lesnar successfully hits the “F5”

  • 0-1 +145
  • 2 +215
  • 3 Or More -140

Number of times Drew McIntyre successfully hits the “Claymore Kick”

  • 0-1 +175
  • 2 +210
  • 3 Or More -165

Who will attempt to Pin their Opponent First

  • Brock Lesnar +110
  • Drew McIntyre -150

These two monster-like men will combine for a hard-hitting, high-octane matchup that will decide who will be the next WWE champion. The odds indicate that Brock Lesner will lose the title to Drew McIntyre, but that would only seem a likely outcome if Lesnar is leaving the company.

There have been no announcements made by the UFC to suggest that Lesnar is returning to the octagon to compete in MMA once again. Perhaps Brock just needs some time off for his body to heal? Either way, we love the odds on McIntyre landing a claymore kick prior to Brock’s F5, and we’re siding with betting on Brock’s +155 overall odds to retain the belt.

Remaining Odds for WrestleMania 36

Aleister Black Vs Bobby Lashley

Winner

  • Aleister Black -500
  • Bobby Lashley +300

Number of times Aleister Black successfully hits the “Black Mass”

  • Over 1.5 +115
  • Under 1.5 -155

Who will attempt to Pin their Opponent First

  • Aleister Black +145
  • Bobby Lashley -190

Otis Vs Dolph Ziggler

Winner

  • Otis -180
  • Dolph Ziggler +140

Who will attempt to Pin their Opponent First

  • Dolph Ziggler -165
  • Otis +125

Edge Vs Randy Orton

Winner

  • Edge -450
  • Randy Orton +275

Elias Vs King Corbin

Winner

  • Elias -130
  • King Corbin -110

Who will attempt to Pin their Opponent First

  • Elias +160
  • King Corbin -230

Sami Zayn Vs King Corbin – Intercontinental Championship

Winner

  • Sami Zayn -200
  • Daniel Bryan +150

Who will attempt to Pin their Opponent First

  • Daniel Bryan +150
  • Sami Zayn -200

Fatal 5-Way Elimination Match – WWE SmackDown Women’s Championship

Winner

  • Bayley -105
  • Lacey Evans +600
  • Naomi +750
  • Sasha Banks EVEN
  • Tamina +3000

First eliminated participant

  • Bayley +235
  • Lacey Evans +285
  • Naomi +280
  • Sasha Banks +350
  • Tamina +280

Last Competitor Eliminated – Lacey Evans, Naomi or Tamina

  • Lacey Evans -130
  • Naomi +115
  • Tamina +270

Last eliminated participant

  • Bayley +185
  • Lacey Evans +275
  • Naomi +325
  • Sasha Banks +210
  • Tamina +650

Participant to make most eliminations

  • Bayley +175
  • Lacey Evans +270
  • Naomi +550
  • Sasha Banks +175
  • Tamina +550

Participant to make most eliminations H2H

  • Bayley And Sasha Banks +110
  • Lacey Evans, Naomi And Tamina +130
  • Tie +155

Total number of eliminations – Bayley

  • Over 1.5 -105
  • Under 1.5 -135

Total number of eliminations – Lacey Evans

  • Over 0.5 -180
  • Under 0.5 +140

Total number of eliminations – Naomi

  • Over 0.5 -170
  • Under 0.5 +130

Total number of eliminations – Sasha Banks

  • Over 1.5 -105
  • Under 1.5 -135

Total number of eliminations – Tamina

  • Over 0.5 +105
  • Under 0.5 -145

Becky Lynch Vs Shayna Baszler – WWE Raw Women’s Championship

Winner

  • Becky Lynch +140
  • Shayna Baszler -180

How will the match end

  • Pinfall +145
  • Submission -135
  • Any Other Result +210

Who will attempt to Pin their Opponent First

  • Becky Lynch EVEN
  • Shayna Baszler -140

Rhea Ripley Vs Charlotte Flair – NXT Women’s Championship

  • Rhea Ripley -155
  • Charlotte Flair +115

How will the match end

  • Pinfall -130
  • Submission +105
  • Any Other Reult +295

Who will attempt to Pin their Opponent First

  • Charlotte Flair -180
  • Rhea Ripley +140

Kevin Owens Vs Seth Rollins

Winner

  • Kevin Owens -190
  • Seth Rollins +145

First of the listed moves to be performed in the match

  • Cannonball By Kevin Owens -175
  • Turnbuckle Powerbomb By Seth Rollins +135

Who will attempt to Pin their Opponent First

  • Kevin Owens +140
  • Seth Rollins -180

John Cena Vs Bray Wyatt – Singles Match

  • John Cena +325
  • Bray Wyatt -550

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