Wrestlemania Betting Odds: The Undertaker, Brock Lesnar and Roman Reigns favored to win

Wrestlemania Betting Odds: The Undertaker, Brock Lesnar and Roman Reigns favored to win

With just one month away from Wrestlemania 32, betting odds have given an early review of the top three matches which is set on April 3 at the AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas.

In the much anticipated Hell in a Cell match, The Undertaker (-350) is favored to beat Shane McMahon (+250).  The Phenom has already sent a message to WWE chairman Vince McMahon that he will not go easy on the Wonder Boy come fight night while Shane is pretty much determined to take control of WWE Monday Night Raw.

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With the family feud as its storyline for the match, it will surely make a difference in the betting odds as Wrestlemania comes near. Shane has been undergoing physical training to prepare him for the match.

In other matches, Brock Lesnar (-335) is favored to win over Dean Ambrose (+240) in a No Holds Barred. According to sescoop, the spread for both Lesnar and Ambrose increased when the match was announced and during the opening of the betting odds.

For the reported main event, Roman Reigns (-540) is heavily favored to be crowned as the next WWE World Heavyweight Champion when he faces Triple H (+360).

Though things might take a turn leading up to the Wrestlemania as Roman Reigns is reported to have undergone a real surgery to a pre-existing injury. It was stated that the healing time will not be enough for him to face The Game.

With Reigns still in the process of healing from his surgery, the WWE is reported to have place a backed up plan. On March 12 at WWE Roadblock, Triple H will face Dean Ambrose for the WWE Heavyweight championship and insiders say that if Ambrose wins then his match against Brock Lesnar at Wrestlemania 32 will be the featured title fight.

Rumors has it that the plan was hatched since the WWE is still waiting for an official medical bulletin of Reigns’ recovery thus making the featured fight at Wrestlemania more interesting; that is, if Ambrose wins.

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