WWE Wrestlemania 35 Betting Odds

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Written By Graeme on March 18, 2019  


We are just short of three weeks away from the WWE’s biggest event of the year: WrestleMania. This year’s event will take place from MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford, New Jersey. WWE’s branding of this event is all New York as it’s not too far away, but don’t be fooled – it’s Jersey.

This show has been built in a very interesting way with some matches feeling long planned out while others feel thrown together in the last couple of months. This is rumored to be the biggest WrestleMania of all-time with up to 17 different matches possible. Wow.

WrestleMania 35 could end up being a rather historic event though as it is feeling very likely that Ronda Rousey vs. Becky Lynch vs. Charlotte Flair will be the match to go on last and the first women’s match to main event the show. It’s been the most well built story heading into the event and it can be said that all of the hottest stars are in that match.

That said, Brock Lesnar still exists and he will defend the title against Seth Rollins at this event. That’s a big match with a big name.

A lot of stuff in there and a lot of matches still to be decided, but the odds are now out. Let’s take a look at the betting odds that are available now:

April 2nd, 2019:

Womens Battle Royal odds added:

Lacey Evans +180
Field -260
Asuka +190
Mandy Rose +500
Sonya Deville +800
Nikki Bella +900
Ruby Riott +1000
Naomi +1400
Nikki Cross +1400
Carmella +1500
Lana +2000
Zelina Vega +2000
Alicia Fox +2000
Lita +2000
Mickie James +2000
Trish Stratus +2000
Dana Brooke +2000
Liv Morgan +4000
Sarah Logan +4000
Brie Bella +4000
Michelle McCool +5000
Stephanie McMahon +5000

March 29th, 2019 Odds:

  • Kofi Kingston (-350) vs Daniel Bryan (+250)
  • Buddy Murphy (-350) vs. Tony Nese (+250)
  • Kurt Angle (-245) vs. Baron Corbin (+175)
  • Samoa Joe (-260) vs. Rey Mysterio (+180)
  • Finn Balor (-460) vs. Bobby Lashley (+320)
  • Roman Reigns (-305) vs. Drew McIntyre (+225)
  • Bayley & Sasha Banks (-320) vs. The IIconics (+500) vs. Nia Jax & Tamina (+850) vs. Natalya & Beth Phoenix (+925)
  • Andre the Giant Memorial Battle Royale: Braun Strowman (+100) vs. Field (-140)

AndrĂ© the Giant Memorial Battle Royal – Winner
Braun Strowman +100
Field wins Royal -140

Curt Hawkins +900
Rey Mysterio +2500
Velveteen Dream +2500
No Way Jose +3500
Sami Zayn +3500
Harper +3500
Lars Sullivan +3500
Aleister Black +4000
Andrade +3500
Drew McIntyre +4000
Fandango +4000
Mustafa Ali +3500
Otis +4000
Pete Dunne +4000
Titus O’Neil +4000
Baron Corbin +4500
Chad Gable +4500
EC3 +4500
Adam Cole +5000
Hulk Hogan +5000
Bray Wyatt +5500
Elias +5500
Kevin Owens +4500
Kurt Angle +5500
Mojo Rawley +5500
Nia Jax +5500
Rowan +5500
Apollo Crews +8500
R-Truth +8500
Ricochet +8500
Dean Ambrose +10000
Rob Gronkowski +1200
Zack Ryder +10000
John Cena +12500
Rusev +12500
Akam +20000
Colin Jost +15000
Dolph Ziggler +20000
Goldust +20000
Johnny Gargano +20000
Killian Dain +20000
Kofi Kingston +15000
Lio Rush +20000
Michael Che +20000
The Undertaker +20000
Big E +30000
Big Show +30000
Bobby Lashley +30000
Jinder Mahal +30000
Bo Dallas +50000
Curtis Axel +50000
Heath Slater +50000
Jeff Hardy +50000
Kane +50000
Luke Gallows +50000
Rezar +50000
Samoa Joe +50000
Seth Rollins +50000
Shelton Benjamin +50000
Shinsuke Nakamura +50000
Tommaso Ciampa +50000
Tyler Breeze +50000
Xavier Woods +50000

March 18th, 2019 Odds:

  • Ronda Rousey (+350) vs. Charlotte Flair (+950) vs. Becky Lynch (-350)
  • Batista (+230) vs. Triple H (-310)
  • Shane McMahon (+335) vs. The Miz (-505)
  • AJ Styles (+120) vs. Randy Orton (-160)
  • Brock Lesnar (+175) vs. Seth Rollins (-245)

It’s early still, but there are definitely some interesting lines here. The name that is jumping off the page to me right now is Charlotte Flair at +950 in that match.

There are a ton of rumors about Ronda Rousey leaving after so there is no way she is winning this, but Charlotte has been one of the top betting options in WWE since we’ve been keeping track. This seems like Becky’s match to lose, but a Charlotte win would really extend the story between those two.

It was also a bit surprising to see AJ Styles as an underdog against Randy Orton. A loss wouldn’t hurt either of these guys, but I tend to lean toward the good guys/feel good moments when it comes to WrestleMania and AJ would definitely be that. A win for the guys who worked their way to get to the WWE over the guys who were handpicked/nepotism cases is one of the easier stories they can tell.

Batista has seemingly come back just to wrestle Triple H and retire. It feels like the WrestleMania special where a guy is on the show and then gone by Raw. I’d love to be wrong because Batista is a great character, but I’ll probably be skipping this one.

If Shane McMahon beats The Miz, we should just shut this whole thing down.

Roman Reigns coming back has me questioning if Brock Lesnar is a secretly great bet. Have him beat Rollins and build him up for a rematch with Roman Reigns. Roman and Brock have a checkered history with the fans, but Roman’s return from leukemia has changed everything. Especially with the women potentially going on last, I could see Brock retaining here.



Where To Bet WWE:

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We recommend 5Dimes the most due to better odds, and they cover all WWE events. (Bovada usually only have Mania, Rumble although you can click and see)

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