WrestleMania 38 Betting Odds Predictions (4/2/2022 – 4/3/2022)

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It is almost time for the biggest event on the wrestling calendar, WrestleMania. As always WrestleMania comes with a special buzz that drives pro wrestling fans into a frenzy of excitement. This excitement tends to include a keen eye thrown to the WrestleMania 38 betting odds which could give away some of the results ahead of time. We’ve decided to take a look at the current betting odds for every single match from WrestleMania 38 and analyze what those odds may mean.

As always our odds come courtesy of SkyBet.

WrestleMania 38 Betting Odds Analysis

Bobby Lashley vs Omos

These two powerful men are neck and neck in the current betting odds.  Former Universal Champion Bobby Lashley is at 10/11 to win while Omos is at 4/5. This gives Omos a slight lead as the betting favorite but clearly, it is still up in the air.

Women’s Tag Team Championship Fatal Four Way

Unsurprisingly “The Boss” Sasha Banks is one of the favourites to win this match. The heavily decorated competitor was one of the inaugural women’s tag title holders and would become a three-time champion with the win here. Banks is teaming with former Team B.A.D running mate Naomi in this match and the pair are 4/6 favorites to win the match. Rhea Ripley and Liv Morgan trail just behind at 5/2 as the only competition in the eyes of the betmakers.

WWE Raw Tag Team Championship Triple Threat

RK Bro Raw Tag Team Champions

Reigning champions RK-Bro are leading favorites to emerge from this match with the titles around their waste. The pairing of WWE legend Randy Orton and Riddle are 2/5 odds on favorite to win the match ahead of The Street Profits in distant second place.

Pat McAfee vs Austin Theory

Former NFL Punter Pat McAfee steps into the ring to take on Vince McMahon’s on-screen pet project Austin Theory. Theory is seemingly in line for a big role with WWE as evidenced by his on-screen pairing with WWE’s own chairman which is likely why he is the favorite to win this one according to WrestleMania 38 betting odds. The former EVOLVE man is at 8/13 odds to come away with the win.

Johnny Knoxville vs Sami Zayn

No, your eyes do not deceive you. Johnny Knoxville of Jackass fame is taking on former NXT Champion Sami Zayn at WrestleMania. It wouldn’t be a WrestleMania without a celebrity beating up a heel so Knoxville is the heavy favorite to win here at 2/7 odds.

Edge vs AJ Styles

Another match, another neck and neck call from the betting odds. Both Styles AND Edge are at 5/6 odds to win this match! That goes to show just how unpredictable this one is. Either man winning would be a solid decision from WWE creatively so it makes sense that there’s no obvious winner just yet.

The New Day vs Sheamus & Ridge Holland

This was reportedly going to be a six-man tag featuring Sheamus and his crew, including their latest member Butch. Sadly that had to change following an accident involving Ridge Holland which put Big E on the sidelines with a horrific neck injury. We will instead see Kofi Kingston and Xavier Woods attempt to get revenge for their teammate by taking down Sheamus and Butch. The New Day are the current favorites with the bookmakers with the pair sitting at 1/2 odds of winning.

Seth Rollins vs Mystery Opponent

Seth Rollins’ quest for a WrestleMania match has brought us here. Rollins will face a mystery opponent that is heavily rumored to be former AEW TNT Champion Cody making his return to the WWE. Even if it isn’t Cody this seems like a spot for a returning legend to beat Rollins. The WrestleMania 38 betting odds agree as they have the mystery opponent at 1/5 odds of winning.

Drew McIntyre vs Happy Corbin

The betting odds have McIntyre as a virtual lock to win here at 1/10 odds. Corbin has been a thorn in McIntyre’s side for some time now and there’s no better place for McIntyre to embarrass Corbin than WrestleMania.

Rey & Dominik Mysterio vs The Miz & Logan Paul

The Mysterios Win SmackDown Tag Championships

The first-ever father & son team to win WWE tag titles will collide with The Miz and his teammate Logan Paul, yes that Logan Paul. The Mysterio family are currently the favorites to win at 4/9 odds which would see them get one over on The Miz, possibly with Logan changing sides to boot.

The Usos vs Shinsuke Nakamura & Rick Boogs

Well hey, at least Nakamura’s entrance should be cool. The Usos are 4/11 odds on favorites to retain and continue the Bloodline’s storyline of dominating SmackDown.

Becky Lynch vs Bianca Belair

The climax to a storyline kicked off at SummerSlam 2021, Bianca Belair aims to get her championship back from Becky Lynch after her humiliating loss to Lynch at SummerSlam.  To earn this match Bianca Belair had to win a grueling Elimination Chamber match and has been presented as a clear threat to Lynch in the build up to the match. Belair is, thankfully, the favorite to win according to the WrestleMania 38 betting odds so she can get another big win under her belt. Belair’s odds of victory currently sit at 4/11.

Charlotte Flair vs Ronda Rousey

UFC Hall Of Famer Ronda Rousey is the major favorite to win this match. Rousey made her return to the WWE at the Royal Rumble after taking time off following her WrestleMania main event defeat to Becky Lynch. “Rowdy” Rousey won the royal rumble and quickly made it clear she wanted to defeat WWE’s resident queen. Flair has been champion for some time now with no clear heir in sight, therefore Rousey being 1/7 favorite to beat her here seems to be the best decision.

Champion vs Champion – Brock Lesnar vs Roman Reigns

In what is being labelled as “The biggest WrestleMania match of ALL TIME” Roman Reigns and Brock Lesnar will square off with both of WWE’s top titles on the line. Reigns has dominated the WWE ever since his heel turn in 2020, in that time he has remained unbeatable in singles competition and broken records with his Universal Championship reign. With that in mind, the WrestleMania 38 betting odds have the Tribal Chief as the favorite to win at odds of 2/5. WWE has a good thing going with Roman Reigns in his current incarnation, ending the streak here would certainly be a bad choice. Thankfully, it appears that they will finally give Reigns his big win over Lesnar at WrestleMania.