WrestleMania 33 Betting Odds & Updated Match Card

Jake Walker

Friday, March 31, 2017 12:45 AM UTC

Friday, Mar. 31, 2017 12:45 AM UTC

WrestleMania 33, wrestling's biggest PPV event takes place this Sunday at Camping World Stadium in Orlando, Florida and there's plenty of betting value available.

Which superstars are favored to win at WWE's Ultimate Thrill Ride? Here are my predictions for all the matches and the betting odds at 5Dimes:


Brock Lesnar (-2750) vs. Goldberg (+1250) - WWE Universal Championship Match

This has to be considered among the most predictable main events in WrestleMania history. Goldberg has wins over Brock Lesnar in WrestleMania 20 and in a squash match at Survivor Series and he eliminated him at the Royal Rumble. Lesnar has to win this match, Goldberg is expected to leave the company at least for a few months and this feud has been built to have Lesnar beat him for the first time. 


Randy Orton (-260) vs. Bray Wyatt (+180) - WWE Championship Match

Randy Orton's time as a member of the Wyatt family was fun to watch but we all knew he would eventually betray Wyatt. Orton should lose on Sunday, Wyatt's reign is just getting started and he is winless at WrestleMania. This feud has to continue and the best way to do that is to have Wyatt keep the belt a little longer.  


Roman Reigns (-490) vs. The Undertaker (+330)

Vince McMahon insists on making Roman Reigns the next face of the company despite his poor connection with the fans and his awful character and booking, so he will likely win on Sunday, the only question is how. Reigns will beat the Undertaker, he shouldn't, but he will.


AJ Styles (-975) vs. Shane McMahon (+525)

This match also has a predictable outcome because a full-time star like Styles, who in my opinion is the best wrestler in the world, won't lose against a part-time authority figure like Shane McMahon. Still, I look forward to this match, it can steal the show because both men love taking risks, they will bring the best out of each other and they won't hold back.


Seth Rollins (-565) vs. Triple H (+375)

It's hard to know what to expect out of this non-sanctioned match between teacher and student, but it's been the most well-built feud in WWE. Is Rollins ready to go? Will Samoa Joe or Finn Balor get involved? My money is on Rollins to get the win and some closure.


Kevin Owens (-750) vs. Chris Jericho (+450) - United States Championship Match

This has been an awesome feud with a great story behind it. Watching best friends turn into enemies never gets old. Owens betrayed Jericho and then Jericho cost Owens the Universal Championship against Goldberg. A loss here won't hurt Jericho and Owens can bring some prestige back to the US title. This is one of the safest bets of the event. I'm taking Owens here.


Bayley (-350) vs. Sasha Banks (+500) vs. Charlotte (+675) vs. Nia Jax (+1800) - Raw Women's Championship Match

Bayley has lost one-on-one matches with all three of her opponents over the last few weeks which makes me believe that she'll get the win and a nice WrestleMania moment. Sasha Banks and Charlotte had a long feud for this championship and each of them held it too many times already and it's too early to give it to Nia Jax. Bayley at -350 is play here.


John Cena & Nikki Bella (-1200) vs. The Miz & Maryse (+600)

At first I didn't like this feud but Cena and The Miz have made amazing promos and the Total Bellas parody segments from The Miz & Maryse were very funny. The Miz & Maryse deserve to win this one but knowing WWE they will have Cena and Nikki get the win.


Baron Corbin (-1350) vs. Dean Ambrose (+650) - Intercontinental Championship Match

Corbin is heavilyy favored here and with good reason. Ambrose's reign hasn't been entertaining and he should be on the main event scene, not on the midcard. It's time for Corbin to shine and get a midcard push and there's no better place to start than on Sunday.


Neville (-390) vs. Austin Aries (+270) - Cruiserweight Championship Match

Austin Aries deserves a run with the title but Neville's heel character is awesome, so I'm fine with either outcome. It's a shame that the rest of the cruiserweights won't have a match on WrestleMania but Neville and Aries will put on a show and I think that putting some money on Aries at +270 is worth the risk.


Enzo Amore & Big Cass (-230) vs. Luke Gallows & Karl Anderson (+220) vs. Sheamus & Cesaro (+1100) - Raw Tag Team Championship Match

Gallows & Anderson finally won the titles but they were not expected to hold them for too long. It's time for Enzo Amore & Big Cass to finally win tag team gold in WWE. They couldn't win them at NXT and they've been on the main roster for a while and they need this more than the other teams.


Becky Lynch (+1000) vs. Naomi (+130) vs. Alexa Bliss (+950) vs. Carmella (+130) vs. Mickie James (+1250) vs. Natalya (+2000) - SmackDown Women's Championship Match

I'm not betting this match because it is extremely unpredictable. Six women are confirmed but former superstars like Kelly Kelly, Eve and Victoria are expected to participate as well! Alexa Bliss should retain but other than that it's hard to know who will show up and how this one could go. 


Andre the Giant Memorial Battle Royal: Braun Strowman (-400), Field (+280)

Braun Strowman should win this battle royal to get back some momentum after losing to Roman Reigns at Fastlane. The other participants are: Big Show, Mojo Rawley, Sami Zayn, Jimmy Uso, Jey Uso, Dolph Ziggler, Chad Gable, Jason Jordan, Heath Slater, Rhyno, Mark Henry, Primo, Epico, Titus O'Neil, Sin Cara, Apollo Crews, Curt Hawkins, Jinder Mahal, Bo Dallas, Curtis Axel, R-Truth, Goldust, Konnor, Viktor, Kalisto, Aiden English, Simon Gotch, Fandango and Tyler Breeze but Strowman deserves and needs the push and giving the win to another superstar makes no sense, unless it's to a huge surprise entrant like Finn Balor or Samoa Joe.

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