WWE WrestleMania 35 Odds, Preview & Predictions

WWE WrestleMania 35 Odds, Preview & Predictions

Written by on March 28, 2019

For the first time ever, WrestleMania’s Main Event will be an all-women match between Ronda Rousey, Becky “The Man” Lynch and Charlotte Flair, so one way or another we are going to witness some history next Sunday, April 7th at MetLife Stadium in New Jersey.

With more than 10 matches, WrestleMania 35 runtime could be around 6 hours, which means a new record is on the horizon. You can expect a few surprises, perhaps even more because Alexa Bliss will host the event.

Let’s take a closer look at the WWE odds while making some predictions for “The Showcase of the Immortals”.

WrestleMania 35 Odds, Preview & Predictions

  • When: Sunday, April 7, 5:30 p.m.
  • Where: MetLife Stadium, New Jersey
  • Brands: Raw/SmackDown/205 Live
  • Streaming Option: WWE Network

Ronda Rousey (c) vs. Becky Lynch vs. Charlotte Flair (c)

After months and months of speculation, the Women’s Division finally got the big one. Ronda Rousey will defend her Raw title against Becky “The Man” Lynch and Charlotte Flair, who now is an 8th-time champion after beating Asuka last Tuesday on SmackDown for the show’s Women title.

The rumor has it that Ronda is leaving for a while after WrestleMania, while Becky will remain as one of the new faces of the company, which is why “The Man” comes in as the favorite +500 to win and keep the great momentum going.

What’s for sure is that this match is going to be something to remember.

Brock Lesnar (c) vs. Seth Rollins

Enough is enough; WWE has to cut it out with Brock Lesnar being the Universal Champion, at least for a while. Here’s where Seth Rollins become part of the equation, as he is much more appreciated than Roman Reigns by the WWE Universe.

After selling the match as a handicap between Rollins & the WWE Universe against Lesnar, “The Architect” comes in as the favorite at -250. So, prepare the confetti.

Triple H vs. Batista

Yes, Drax is back, I mean Batista, but not for long. Dave came back to face his former Evolution partner Triple H with nothing on the line, at first. After demanding a shot on “The Game” at WrestleMania, Batista asked Triple H to put his career on the line and the “Cerebral Assassin” accepted.

The match will be a No Holds Barred, which means anything can happen. Batista is the new “deserter” who every hardcore wrestling fan now hates and the odds are favoring Triple H at -250.

Kurt Angle vs. Baron Corbin

Really? The last match of Kurt Angle’s career is going to be against Baron Corbin? What about John Cena, Undertaker or something like that? No? Ok. The Olympic gold medalist farewell will be one of the touchy moments during WrestleMania 35 and there’s no doubt he’s saying goodbye with a victory, just as the odds (-250) predict.

Shane McMahon vs. The Miz

This one is going to be a great match. After being together for several months as an awesome tag-team, Shane O’Mac and The Miz now hate each other. Both are great performers and there will be no limits as the match is going to be a Falls Count Anywhere. The Miz comes in as the favorite -400 but look for an upset here, maybe with some intervention.

AJ Styles vs. Randy Orton

Who built the new SmackDown, AJ Styles or Randy Orton? That’s the question both wrestlers want to answer at WrestleMania 35. Styles came into SmackDown in 2016, while Orton has been with the blue brand since 2002, so you do the math. “The Viper” is -160, “The Phenomenal One” +125, yes; this is going to be a close one.

Samoa Joe (c) vs. Rey Mysterio

The United State Championship will be on the line here. Samoa Joe is the favorite -300 but the 619 Master will have his son Dominick cheering for him on the sidelines, and we all know the effect Dominick can have on his father performance. If you are looking for an upset look no more.

Bobby Lashley (c) vs. Finn Bálor

Bobby Lashley hasn’t had the push he expected but at least he rolls into WrestleMania as the Intercontinental Champion. Sadly, for him, the whole WWE Universe is backing up Finn Bálor and Vince is hearing, look for the Demon to regain the belt.

Roman Reigns vs. Drew McIntyre

Roman Reigns is back and stronger than ever but WWE’s creative team opted to play it safe, as Vince’s top dog needs to work on his relationship with the WWE’s Universe. Reigns will be facing an underrated Drew McIntyre with nothing on the line. Reigns is going to win and The Shield will be reunited one last time to celebrate.

The Boss ‘n’ Hug Connection (Bayley and Sasha Banks) (c) vs. The Divas of Doom (Beth Phoenix and Natalya) vs. The IIconics (Billie Kay and Peyton Royce) vs. Nia Jax and Tamina

  • WWE Wrestlemania 35 Odds: TBA

The Boss ‘n’ Hug Connection already defended the Women Tag Team titles several times, but WrestleMania 35 looks like the perfect stage to shake things up and The IIconics look ready for a real push.

Daniel Bryan (c) vs. Kofi Kingston

Vince McMahon did everything in his power to prevent Kofi Kingston from competing at WrestleMania, calling him a “B+ Player” several times, but Kofi-Mania is real and it’s coming for Daniel Bryan’s WWE title. Bryan became “Rocky Balboa” a few years ago but now is Kofi’s time.

What About Surprises?

According to the latest WWE odds, Hulk Hogan, The Rock, and former New England Patriots TE Rob Gronkowski are the favorites to show up unexpectedly, but there are several WWE Legends that can do the trick.