Updated Betting Odds For Every WWE WrestleMania 35 Match

With WrestleMania exactly one week away, the card is taking shape and the predictions are starting to fly in as to who’ll walk out victorious.
One betting site has upgraded their chances in regards to each and every game on the WrestleMania card. Below are the most up to date odds for each and each passing, courtesy of 5Dimes. Anyone who has“-“ with their name is the betting favorite, for those unfamiliar.
WWE Universal Title Match:
Brock Lesnar +120 vs. Seth Rollins -160
WWE Raw Women’s Title Triple Threat Match:
Becky Lynch -350 vs. Ronda Rousey +400 vs. Charlotte Flair +1,275
WWE Cruiserweight Title Match:
Buddy Murphy -350 vs. Tony Nese +250
No Holds Barred Match:
HHH -310 vs. Batista +230
The Farewell Match of kurt Angle:
Kurt Angle -260 vs. Baron Corbin +180
Falls Count Anywhere Match:
Shane McMahon +280 vs. The Miz -400
Singles Match:
AJ Designs +130 vs. Randy Orton -170
6th Annual Andre the Giant Memorial Battle Royal:
Braun Strowman +110
WWE United States Title Match:
Samoa Joe -260 vs. Rey Mysterio +180
WWE Intercontinental Title Match:
Bobby Lashley +320 vs. Finn Balor -460
Singles Match:
Drew McIntyre +225 vs. Roman Reigns -305
WWE Women’s Tag Team Title Fatal 4-Way Match:
Bayley and Sasha -320 vs. The IIconics +500 vs. Nia Jax and Tamina +850 vs. Beth Phoenix and Natalya +850
WWE Title Match:
Daniel Bryan +250 vs. Kofi Kingston -350
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Most of these odds line up fairly well with what most enthusiasts are anticipating heading into the series. Interesting to note is that, as of now, Kofi Kingston is a bigger betting favorite to emerge successful than Seth Rollins is, though both are currently preferred.
Finn Balor is currently the largest favorite on the card, sitting -460 to defeat Bobby Lashley for the WWE Intercontinental title. If all plays out exactly the way the odds are recorded here, there are a lot of babyfaces walking out of MetLife Stadium with championships in hand, which doesn’t seem likely. Expect to see these odds fluctuate a little between now and showtime.

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