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WrestleMania Betting Guide

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WrestleMania Betting Guide

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Wrestlemania goes Hollywood in 2023, as the greatest sports entertainment spectacle on the planet rolls into Los Angeles, California. As has become tradition, Wrestlemania will take place over two nights – Saturday and Sunday the 1st and 2nd of April.

We should be in store for our usual mix of surprises, upsets, celebrity appearances and action. Last year we had Cody Rhodes make his shock WWE return and Roman Reigns justify odds of 1/3 (-300) against Brock Lesnar in the main event. Reigns is still the champion, and will defend against the aforementioned Rhodes this year. Here’s a look at what you can expect when it comes to Wrestlemania betting at sports betting sites.

Wrestlemania Betting Odds

With WWE events being scripted (apologies to those of you to whom that comes as news), betting on it isn’t available everywhere. That goes for both location, since legislation often refers solely to betting on sporting events, and for sports betting sites, as some choose not to offer betting markets on it.

That said, many of the best sports betting sites will have Wrestlemania betting odds available. That means there are winning bets to place and Wrestlemania free bets to avail of. Let’s get straight into our Wrestlemania picks and predictions.

Wrestlemania Predictions

The Wrestlemania card is subject to change, even after the show has started. The same goes for the odds mentioned below. All odds are correct at the time of writing.

Undisputed WWE Universal Championship - Roman Reigns vs. Cody Rhodes

Roman Reigns has been the guy in the WWE for over 900 days, an astonishing length of time in modern-day WWE. It’s Cody Rhodes who’s the 1/3 (-300) favourite though. Wrestlemania is expected to be the culmination of his ‘undesirable to undeniable’ journey. Having left the WWE to make a bigger name for himself and then returning last year, Rhodes should get the big win his family name deserves.

Smackdown Women’s Championship - Becky Lynch vs. Bianca Belair

Much like the main event, the Smackdown Women’s Championship match is a story of retribution. Rhea Ripley booked her ticket to Wrestlemania after winning the Women’s Royal Rumble in January. She looks to set the record straight and get a Wrestlemania win over the woman who defeated her at Wrestlemania 36. She’s 1/6 (-600) on sports betting apps to do so, but it’s hard to imagine any other outcome.

Raw Women’s Championship – Bianca Belair vs. Asuka

Asuka has been on a tear in the WWE in 2023, and has done a lot to rebuild the huge reputation she had early in her WWE career before a major slump in recent years. Belair has been the Raw Women’s Champion since last year’s Wrestlemania and is a cornerstone of the women’s division. It’s hard to envisage a scenario where every title changes hands at Wrestlemania, so Belair should retain here. You can bet on that at 10/11 (-110).

WWE Undisputed Tag Team Championship – The Usos vs. Sami Zayn & Kevin Owens

Much like last year, when we wrote about Sami Zayn being a highlight of WWE thanks to his conspiracy theory gimmick, he’s been a true standout in recent months. His feud with the Bloodline would easily have made him vs. Reigns a big enough Wrestlemania main event. Instead, his friend-turned-enemy-turned-friend relationship with Kevin Owens will see them challenge for, and win, the WWE Tag Team Championship. Expect a lot of groans from the crowd if they don't, especially if you’ve bet on them at 1/10 (-1000) at USA sports betting sites.

Brock Lesnar vs. Omos

Brock Lesnar will suplex the big guy a few times and get him up for an F5 to justify his odds of 1/7 (-700). Next.

Seth Rollins vs. Logan Paul

Logan Paul has really surprised everyone with his performances since making his WWE debut at Wrestlemania last year. He surprised everyone again when going close to winning the Royal Rumble in January. This is an intriguing contest, with two massive names and not much of a storyline to go off since it’s likely a one-and-done deal. Logan Paul is the underdog and might just be worth a bet at 6/4 (+150).

United States Championship - Austin Theory vs. John Cena

The WWE may have finally found the key to getting the entire crowd to cheer for John Cena – put him against someone nobody can stand. Austin Theory is clearly destined for big things in the WWE, considering he worked with Vince McMahon in a Wrestlemania angle last year. He still mightn’t be ready for that passing of the torch though. John Cena at 9/4 (+225) is a massive price. It’s Wrestlemania in Hollywood. Surely we get a happy ending?

Becky Lynch, Lita & Trish Stratus vs. Damage CTRL

Austin Theory didn’t get his Wrestlemania moment against a legend, but Damage CTRL might. The team of Bayley, Dakota Kai and Iyo Sky have been presented as a big deal since their return to the WWE. With Becky Lynch always inches away from a heel turn, it would be no surprise to see her turn her back on the legends she’s teaming with and cost them the win. Another underdog here, as Damage CTRL are available at 6/4 (+150).

Edge vs. Finn Balor

This has the potential to be a show-stealing match. Hell in a Cell matches rarely remain contained to the cell, so expect something crazy to happen. Damien Priest is the only Judgment Day member without a match at Wrestlemania, so expect him to play a big part and for Finn Balor to win. He’s your 8/11 (-137) favourite on US betting apps.

Intercontinental Championship - Gunther vs. Sheamus vs. Drew McIntyre

It’s fitting that the Intercontinental Championship match sees three Europeans go head-to-head-to-head. Gunther has always been pushed hard in the WWE and is the longest-reigning IC champion in over 30 years. He and Sheamus had an all-time classic at Clash at the Castle – a match which really pushed Sheamus back into the spotlight after a long period of spinning his wheels. He’s 10/11 (-110) to win this, and he looks like the right call.

Dominik Mysterio vs. Rey Mysterio

Not since Vince McMahon vs. Shane McMahon have we seen father vs. son in the WWE. Dominik Mysterio is a bad man, who has done some serious time behind bars (in storyline, of course). Expect him to lie, cheat and steal his way to a win over his dad and justify 4/7 (-175) odds.

Fatal 4-Way Tag Team Match

The WWE didn’t spend much time putting this match together, so there won’t be much time spent analyzing it. The Street Profits, Alpha Academy, The Viking Raiders and the creatively named Braun Strowman & Ricochet have been thrown together for a match that looks destined for the pre-show. The Street Profits at evens (+100) would be a fun, energetic way to kick the show off.

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Where can I watch WrestleMania?

The first port of call for fans looking to watch Wrestlemania 39 will be the WWE Network. It's a subscription service, that gives you access to WWE PPVs and on-demand content. This option is available in the majority of regions around the world and will be the most widely used.

There are some other ways to watch Wrestlemania 39 though, depending on where you are. United States residents can subscribe to Peacock, while those in the UK and Ireland can order the event on BT Sports Box Office.

However you decide to watch, be sure to check out some of our best sports betting apps, which may offer Wrestlemania betting and other WWE odds.

WrestleMania FAQs

Can you bet on WrestleMania?

Due to legislation in some countries, WWE betting is not available everywhere. It is a popular in the UK and Ireland, but WWE fans in the US will not be able to bet on it with a licensed sports betting site. This may change in the future, but it is not currently possible.

Where can I bet on WrestleMania?

Not every sports betting site will offer Wrestlemania betting. However, many of the top betting sites found here at Bookies.com will. The odds will either be listed under Novelties / Specials or the bookmaker will have a WWE betting section.

About the Author

Adam has worked in online betting for pretty much his entire adult life. Having spent over a decade working for some of the biggest online bookmakers in their operations and content teams, NFL and fantasy NFL are Adam's main focus, but there's always room for some golf, horse racing and soccer, particularly soccer card markets.