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A very suspicious odds move has seen Roman Reigns' favorable chances slashed from a runaway -1200 to a mere +400. With a Roman Reigns victory being considered a forgone conclusion, this creates a few pressing questions that must be addressed. Is the reason for this strange line move the result of an inside leak? Probably not, if this were the case we might be seeing Lesnar favored right now. Is this because gamblers are drawn to the name value of Brock Lesnar, especially with his UFC history? This is probably the more likely scenario and we will have a better idea of why exactly these odds moved when we get the result of this match. Worth mentioning is that this WWE Universal Championship match is still favored by -2000 to go on last as the main event.
Conversely, the odds actually widened a bit in the WWE Championship match. Shinsuke Nakamura has seen his odds increase from -415 to -620. Royal Rumble winner traditionally are very successful with their corresponding Wrestlemania matches, the attractiveness of this match is less about the result and more about the in ring quality. This could be match of the night.
Another challenger to a world championship that has seen their odds decrease would be Asuka, who is challenging for Charlotte Flair's Smackdown Women's Championship. Asuka's former odds of -1050 have dropped to -825, which are still healthy odds for the “Empress of Tommorow”. European Markets are offering odds on a Carmella cash in at a favorable -150. This bet is on an official cash in of the Money in the Bank briefcase with no regard on if the cash in is a success.
As for the Raw Women's Championship, the challenger's odds of winning have decreased as well. Nia Jax's odds of winning have moved from -390 to -350. With Alexa Bliss' evasiveness, best displayed in the first ever Women's Elimination Chamber, we could see an upset from “The Goddess”. It's difficult to believe every title will change hands at this event and it might be valuable to see Bliss' successful title reign continue beyond Wrestlemania.
Looking into the secondary championship matches, United States Champion Randy Orton is in a dead heat with one of his three challengers. Both Orton and Rusev currently have odds as +100, which is an even bet where you win as much as you wager. This is impressive as Rusev was moved into this match at the last minute to make a Fatal Fourway. The other challengers are Bobby Roode with odds of +765 and Jinder Mahal at +905.
The Interconitinental Championship still has Finn Balor favored slightly, however Seth Rollins has become a close underdog. This match is competitive with the exception of The Miz having dismal odds of +360 to retain in this Triple Threat match.
The Bludgeon Brothers remain slight favorites to win the Smackdown Tag Team Championships in a Triple Threat match between The Usos and The New Day. Braun Strowman and his partner are also still favored to defeat the Raw Tag Team Champions, Cesaro and Sheamus.
In the Tournament Finals for the vacant Cruiserweight Championship, Cedric Alexander's favorable odds have increased from -295 to -460, a marginal line move. Alexander's fellow finalist Mustafa Ali is a +320 underdog.
While the unannounced match of John Cena vs the Undertaker is only open in the European sports books, The Undertaker's odds have dropped from -400 to -295, casting doubt for the outcome of this epic match.
Both the Raw and Smackdown brands have tag team matches centered around the authority figures of each brand. Raw is offering the in ring debut of Ronda Rousey, as she teams up with Raw GM Kurt Angle. Rousey & Angle have seen their odds increase to -825 against Raw Commissioner Stephanie McMahon and WWE COO Triple H.
Smackdown GM Daniel Bryan makes his long awaited in ring return, teaming with Smackdown Commissioner Shane McMahon against Kevin Owens and Sami Zayn. The odds on this one are very close and haven't moved significantly. Bryan and McMahon are favored slightly at -180.
The Wrestlemania Women's Battle Royal has no clear favorite, however the best odds currently belong to Sasha Banks at +150. The Andre Memorial Battle Royal does have a definite favorite in Matt Hardy with odds of -210. At one point Elias had the best odds to win, and a returning Big Cass is a definite possibility based on his respectable odds.
Wrestlemania 34 Betting Odds
WWE Universal Championship
Brock Lesnar(c) +280 vs Roman Reigns -400
AJ Styles(c) +410 vs Shinsuke Nakamura -620
Raw Women's Championship
Alexa Bliss(c) +250 vs Nia Jax -350
Smackdown Women's Championship
Charlotte(c) +475 vs Asuka -825
Carmella Cash In Odds(Win or Lose) -150
Intercontinental Championship – Triple Threat Match
The Miz(c) +360 vs Finn Balor -130 vs Seth Rollins +170
United States Championship
Randy Orton(c) +100 vs Rusev +100 vs Jinder Mahal +905 vs Bobby Roode +765
Mixed Tag Team Match
Kurt Angle and Ronda Rousey -825 vs Triple H and Stephanie McMahon +475
Andre the Giant Memorial Battle Royal
Matt Hardy -210 vs Big Cass +380 vs Elias +475 vs Samoa Joe +1000 vs Dolph Ziggler +1700 vs Tye Dillenger +1700 vs Baron Corbin +2500 vs Kane +3000 vs Dash Wilder +5000 vs Scott Dawson +5000 vs Mojo Rawley +6000 vs Fandango +8000 vs Tyler Breeze +13500
Wrestlemania Women's Battle Royal
Sasha Banks +150 vs Becky Lynch +250 vs Carmella +300 vs Bayley +300 vs Ember Moon +500 vs Natalya +1250 vs Nikki Bella +1250 vs Naomi +1250 vs Sonya Deville +2000 vs Ruby Riott + 2000 vs Mandy Rose +2600 vs Mickie James +2800 vs Liv Morgan +3300 vs Sarah Logan +3500 vs Lana +3700
The Undertaker -295 vs John Cena +200
WWE Raw Tag Team Championship
Cesaro and Sheamus(c) +200 vs Braun Strowman and Partner -295
Smackdown Tag Team Championship
The Usos(c) +155 vs The New Day +437 vs The Bludgeon Brothers -115
Cruiserweight Championship Tournament Final
Cedric Alexander -460 vs Mustafa Ali +320
Daniel Bryan and Shane McMahon -180 vs Kevin Owens and Sami Zayn +140