WrestleMania 33 odds: Thursday betting lines for WWE’s biggest show of the year

The following odds were sent to Prowrestling.net courtesy of Bovada.lv

WWE Championship

Randy Orton                 -260     (5/13)

Bray Wyatt                    +175     (7/4) 

WWE Universal Championship

Brock Lesnar                 -3000   (1/30)

Goldberg                      +900     (9/1)

Raw Women’s Title Elimination Match

Bayley                          4/15

Sasha Banks                 9/2

Charlotte Flair                11/2

Nia Jax                         14/1

SmackDown Women’s Title (Kickoff Show)

Carmella                       11/10

Naomi                           11/10

Alexa Bliss                    9/1

Becky Lynch                 19/2

Mickie James                10/1

Natalya                         15/1

WWE United States Championship

Kevin Owens                 -800     (1/8)

Chris Jericho                 +425     (17/4)

WWE Intercontinental Championship

Baron Corbin                 -1400   (1/14)

Dean Ambrose              +700     (7/1)

WWE Cruiserweight Championship

Austin Aries                  +250     (5/2)

Neville                          -400     (1/4)

RAW Tag Team Titles

Enzo Amore & Big Cass            -250     (2/5)

Luke Gallows & Karl Anderson   +200     (2/1)

Sheamus & Cesaro                    +900     (9/1)

Seth Rollins vs Triple H

Seth Rollins      -600     (1/6)

Triple H             +350     (7/2)

Shane McMahon vs AJ Styles

Shane McMahon           +550     (11/2)

AJ Styles                      -1000   (1/10)

The Undertaker vs Roman Reigns

The Undertaker              +325     (13/4)

Roman Reigns              -550     (2/11)

John Cena & Nikki Bella vs The Miz & Maryse

John Cena & Nikki Bella            -1200    (1/12)

The Miz & Maryse                      +600     (6/1)

Andre The Giant Memorial Battle Royal (Kickoff Show)

Braun Strowman            -450     (2/9)

Field                             +275     (11/4)

Powell’s POV: No major surprises in the betting lines. I don’t necessarily agree with all the favorites, but the matches that are more questionable are conservative in terms of the lines. It will be interesting to see how much the lines change between now and Sunday. In fact, if you want to be surprised by the match finishes then history suggests you would be wise to avoid the betting lines on the day of the show.



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