WM32 Match Betting – dramatic odds shift on Saturday accurately predicts match results


WrestleMania Betting Odds – April 3 Update

Saturday’s big shifts in the WrestleMania match betting lines proved to be a good indicator of actual match results on Sunday.

All of the final favorites ended up winning their matches following the wild swing on Saturday…

– Roman Reigns finished as a -1050 favorite to win over Triple H.

– The Undertaker finished at -310 over Shane McMahon.

– Brock Lesnar finished as a -600 favorite over Dean Ambrose.

– Charlotte finished as -650 to win the Divas/Women’s Title match after flipping to a favorite on Saturday.

– Zack Ryder finished at -780 after his dramatic swing to the favorite on Saturday.

– Chris Jericho finished at -310 after starting as a clear underdog, swinging to the favorite on Saturday, and going back and forth with Styles until settling as the favorite.

– League of Nations finished at -350 over New Day after flipping on Saturday.

– The Usos finished at -900 over the Dudleys.

– Kalisto finished at -390 over Ryback.

– Baron Corbin was not listed on most international books for the Andre the Giant Battle Royal. Some books listed him as +1700. John Cena was the favorite at -380 as a surprise entrant/winner.

[ Thanks to PWTorch correspondent David ]

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April 2 Update

What looked like pretty standard booking fare for WrestleMania suddenly turned upside down on Saturday.

International odds flipped for the majority of matches, indicating a last-minute shift in booking plans since the odds are very strong predictors of match results.

Whether there are even more big shifts on Sunday remain to be seen when WWE’s plans are internally finalized.

– The most stunning development is Zack Ryder emerging as the favorite to win the IC Title ladder match. Ryder, who opened as the biggest underdog at +3330, flipped to a -475 favorite. The Las Vegas sportsbook Bovada even temporarily took the match offline.

Kevin Owens is now the top underdog at +600 followed by Sami Zayn at +750.

– Chris Jericho has flipped to a -900 favorite over A.J. Styles, who opened as the top favorite of the entire WM32 card. Styles is now a +500 underdog to lose.

– Charlotte has flipped to the favorite to win the Divas Title match. The defending champion is -530 to Sasha Banks at +500 and Becky Lynch at +1,050.

– The Undertaker vs. Shane McMahon match went from a pick ’em to The Undertaker as a strong favorite at -1,200 over Shane at +600.

– Brock Lesnar vs. Dean Ambrose went from a pick ’em to Lesnar as a strong -1,200 favorite over Ambrose at +600.

– The only big match to remain consistent is Roman Reigns at -1,200 over Triple H at +600.

– John Cena and Cesaro have been added to the Andre the Giant Battle Royal as potential winner options. Cena is a pretty strong winning candidate at +250 and Cesaro is +600. By comparison, Braun Strowman is the leading candidate at +200.

– The Total Divas vs. Team B.A.D. & Blonde tag match flipped back and forth all Saturday. Total Divas are now -475 favorites over the heels at +325.

– The Usos strengthened to -2,000 over The Dudleys at +1,000.

– League of Nations flipped to a slight -150 favorite over WWE tag champions New Day at +110. That one is too close to call now.

– Kalisto has remained the slight favorite at -270 over Ryback at +190.

[ Thanks to PWTorch correspondent David ]

April 1 Update

International oddsmakers have released their usually-reliable betting lines predicting match outcomes for WrestleMania.

The notable items are that The Undertaker vs. Shane McMahon and Brock Lesnar vs. Dean Ambrose are both toss-ups, with bettors not committing to a winner in either match.

– Roman Reigns is -510 over Triple H at +340.

– A.J. Styles is the biggest favorite at -675 over Chris Jericho at +425.

– Shane and Taker are both -120 for a toss-up.

– Ambrose is -130 to Lesnar at -110 in a toss-up.

– Kalisto is -145 over Ryback at +105 in the U.S. Title match.

– Kevin Owens is -230 over The Field at +170 to retain the IC Title in the seven-way ladder match.

– Sasha Banks is -265 to capture the Divas Title over Charlotte at +325 and Becky Lynch at +575.

– New Day is -300 over League of Nations at +220.

– The Usos are -230 over The Dudleys at +170.

– Team Total Divas is -320 over the heel Divas at +240.

– Braun Strowman is the favorite to win the Andre the Giant Battle Royal at +130 vs. The Field at -170, followed by Mark Henry at +550, Bray Wyatt at +550, and Randy Orton at +800.

[ Thanks to PWTorch correspondent David ]

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March 30 Update

U.S. sportsbook Bovada has released its match betting odds for WrestleMania 32, joining international oddsmakers in attempting to accurately predict the match outcomes.

A few interesting items are both the Las Vegas and international oddsmakers calling The Undertaker vs. Shane McMahon a virtual toss-up. It will be interesting to see which way the line moves before WM32.

Also, Bovada is making a few surprise entrants available for the Andre the Giant Battle Royal – injured star Randy Orton and NXT star Samoa Joe.

– Roman Reigns is the biggest favorite of the show at -700 over Triple H at +400.

– The Undertaker is -130 to Shane McMahon at even.

– Brock Lesnar is a slight -150 favorite over Dean Ambrose at +110.

– Kevin Owens is -200 in the IC Title ladder match. The only close underdogs are Sami Zayn at +225 and Dolph Ziggler at +900.

– New Day is -160 over League of Nations at +120.

– Kalisto is -150 over Ryback at +110 for the U.S. Title.

– Sasha Banks is the favorite in the Divas Title match at -300 over Divas champion Charlotte at +140 and Becky Lynch at +500.

– Braun Strowman is the favorite to win the Andre battle royal at +125. The next favorites are Bray Wyatt at +500, Mark Henry at +600, and Randy Orton at +800. Kane and Samoa Joe are next at +1000.

[ More details on Bovada’s lines via correspondent David ]

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