WrestleMania 32: Odds, Matches & Projections

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The stage is being set, literally, for a jam-packed WrestleMania on Sunday. (Instagram)

WrestleMania 32 rolls into AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas on Sunday with one of the most jam-packed cards in recent history.

The biggest event of the wrestling year is chock full of Superstars, Divas, title bouts and that, of course, means there are plenty of matches to be dissected and bet on. Of course, betting on wrestling is always a bit of a two-fold proposition. It isn’t just about who is going to be the best, but who is going to be the best at advancing the entire WWE storyline.

In some cases that makes it all a bit more exciting, but it’s a fine line to walk. Luckily, we’re here to break down all the major matches, via OddsShark, including who’s favored in the ring and in the WWE’s writing:

Roman Reigns vs. Triple H

They’ve been beating up on each other for weeks on RAW, pulling each other out of moving cars and throwing TVs at each other’s faces, so it seems like a fairly safe bet that this one is going to be good.

The WWE has been building up Roman Reigns for months, partly because of the serious injury problem on the roster, but viewers probably shouldn’t expect the company to just abandon that plan; despite the boos. Reigns is probably going to get his belt back.

Roman Reigns – 500
Triple H + 300

Shane McMahon vs. The Undertaker

Surprisingly enough, this  might be the closest match on the card on Sunday. It appears that once Shane McMahon threw his body off the top rope on RAW on Monday, things started to change in his favor.

That being said, can Undertaker lose at WrestleMania again? Probably not. At least we wouldn’t bet on it.

Shane McMahon – 110
The Undertaker – 130

Dean Ambrose vs. Brock Lesnar

Dean Ambrose has gotten some support from other hardcore legends heading into this anything goes match and that alone could help swing the outcome in his favor. He’s a small underdog right now, but don’t be surprised if he pulls this off and, by extension, so do you.

Dean Ambrose +110
Brock Lesnar – 150

WWE Intercontinental Title Match

The seven-man ladder match for the Intercontinental Championship seems more a bit like chaos than an actual competition. But – but! – if you think that any of these other wrestlers pose a threat to Kevin Owens, most likely Sami Zayn, this one isn’t a bad bet. There’s some serious value here.

Kevin Owens – 200
Sami Zayn + 225
Dolph Ziggler + 900
The Mizz + 2000
Sin Cara + 2500
Stardust + 3300
Zach Ryder + 3300

WWE Divas Title Match

Sasha Banks comes into the three-way match as the heavy favorite and for good reason. Fans love her, she’s got a fun-to-watch attitude in the ring and a perfect motive for the revenge storyline to defeat Charlotte.

Sasha Banks – 300
Charlotte + 140
Becky Lynch + 500

The Andre the Giant Memorial Battle Royale

Speaking of chaos, this one is a bit of a mess. As of April 1, everyone who might be somehow involved in the bout was plus-money, but it isn’t easy to predict a winner when the ring is filled with dozens of competitors.

Braun Stroman + 125
Bray Wyatt + 500
Mark Henry + 600
Randy Orton + 800
Kane + 1000
Samoa Joe + 1000
Erick Rowan + 1200
Jack Swagger + 1200
BIg Show + 1500
Damien Sandow + 2000
Heath Slater + 2000
Adam Rose + 2500
Curtis Axel + 2500
Darren Young + 3000
Bo Dallas + 3000
Fandango + 3300
Goldust + 3300
Tyler Breeze + 4000
R-Truth + 4500


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