Wednesday, 23 April 2014


The 5Dimes Casino & Sportsbook has posted betting odds for this Sunday's TNA Sacrifice pay-per-view on the betting board at

The event - which will take place from Orlando, Florida - currently has seven matches listed on the card. The 5Dimes line makers have created markets for each match on the show.

Mr. Anderson is set to take on Samuel Shaw in a match that will see the loser confined to a mental institution.

Yes, you read that right.

Anderson is favoured to win this bout. His odds, at the time of posting, are marked up at -160 (1.63 EU, 5/8 UK) with Shaw an underdog at a price of +120 (2.20 EU, 6/5 UK).

The odds for the TNA X Division title match between champion, Sanada, and his challenger - Tigre Uno - have been set similar to the previous match.

Sanada is -160 with Tigre Uno an underdog of +120 to win this third match in a best of three series.

The tag team of Kurt Angle & Willow (Jeff Hardy) are -600 (1/6 UK) to win against the duo of Ethan Carter III & Rockstar Spud. The heels in this match are lined up at +400 (5.00 EU, 4/1 UK).

The pay-per-view will contain an 'I Quit' match between James Storm and Gunner. As of right now, the pair are tied from a betting perspective with both a pick 'em at -120 (1.83 EU, 5/6 UK) apiece.

The Tables Match, which sees Bully Ray taking on Bobby Roode, has seen Bully Ray open as a favourite. His price currently rests at -1200 (1/12 UK) with odds on a Roode victory marked at +600 (7.00 EU, 6/1 UK).

The TNA Women's Knockouts Champion, Madison Rayne, is an underdog in her title defence against Angelina Love. Rayne is currently priced at +300 (4.00 EU, 3/1 UK) with her challenger at -420 (1.24 EU, 5/21 UK) on the board.

The main event sees Eric Young defend his newly-won TNA World Heavyweight Championship against former champ, Magnus.

Young is favoured with a line of -1200 (1/12 UK) whilst Magnus can be backed at a price of +600 (7.00 EU, 6/1 UK).

I will return tomorrow with another look at these markets.

Prices correct as of 9am BST. For the latest, check the betting board at

Friday, 11 April 2014


The next WWE special event is Extreme Rules, which will take place from the IZOD Center in East Rutherford, New Jersey on May 4th. In this post, I'm going to do my monthly run-through of the online betting websites where you might be able to wager on the event.

This list is going to be ranked in order with the sportsbooks that have published odds on a regular basis near the top.

5Dimes Casino & Sportsbook (US Friendly)

The 5Dimes sportsbook has offered WWE pay-per-view for many years and I fully expect the company to have Extreme Rules 2014 matches available to bet on in May. When available the match markets can be found under the 'Other Sports' category on the betting board at

Paddy Power

The Irish bookmaking company, Paddy Power, have also offered World Wrestling Entertainment pay-per-view betting markets each month. I expect them to continue this trend with Extreme Rules.
When the odds are posted, you will find them in the 'Sports Novelties' section of

Sky Bet

Sky Bet is another company that has offered WWE wagering on a monthly basis. I would be very surprised if the time comes and there aren't any markets open for Extreme Rules. When they are available, you will find them under 'Wrestling' on the menu at


YouWin have been offering WWE match markets on its website for quite some time now. The only recent event I can remember them missing is Elimination Chamber in February. If they do end up pricing up odds for Extreme Rules, you'll find them in the 'Specials' section of

UWin (Canada)

UWin is the Canadian-facing partner of YouWin. As with its partner, the UWin WWE odds will be found under 'Specials'. The website address is

William Hill

William Hill is another company that opens World Wrestling Entertainment wagers on a regular basis. As with YouWin, William Hill did miss out on Elimination Chamber but did have odds available for WrestleMania XXX. It is worth noting that every time William Hill have WWE markets available to customers, the odds are taken down overnight so if you are looking for them late at night, they might not be there. It's best to check early in the daytime. When published, the odds are found under 'TV/Specials' on the sports betting menu at


Manchester-based Betfred opened wrestling betting for the Royal Rumble in January and WrestleMania XXX on April 6th. If the company decides to open a book for Extreme Rules, the odds will be available under 'TV Show / Special' on the sports betting side of


The sportsbook on Betfair also offered odds for the most recent WrestleMania. I am hoping the company decides to allow its customers to gamble on Extreme Rules because they came out with some intriguing prop bets for WrestleMania. For example, they set an over/under on how many times Hulk Hogan would say 'Brother'. If you are a customer of Betfair, please get in touch with them and tell them you would like to see more WWE wagering opportunities. If not - JOIN NOW and then tell them!
If WWE markets are opened at Betfair, they'll be found under 'Special Bets' of the regular sports betting menu of 


Coral Bookmakers told me that they only open WWE betting markets for the big events like SummerSlam, Royal Rumble and WrestleMania. If they do decide to go against this plan and open a book for Extreme Rules, they'll be available under 'TV Specials' on the Non-sports A-Z' menu of

Bovada (US Friendly)

Bovada usually only posts betting odds for the big main events but it's worth having a look to see if they decide to offer WWE markets for smaller PPVs after one of the spokespersons for the company said they will consider WWE betting in future after receiving press about WrestleMania XXX wagers. If they are posted, you will find Extreme Rules betting odds under 'Other Sports' on the sportsbook menu at

Bodog (Canada)

The Canadian-facing Bodog has WrestleMania XXX odds posted on its website. Just like the company above, I think it will depend on how much popularity and feedback the company gets following the WrestleMania markets. If they do end up being posted, WWE odds will be found under 'Other Sports' on the sports menu at

I hope this post has helped you in any way. If you have only come across WWE sports betting through WrestleMania and would like any of the companies you have joined to continue offering WWE betting markets, I suggest you get in touch with them and let them know what you want. If there is demand, I am sure they'll supply.

Best of luck with your bets.


I have covered how the odds for the WrestleMania XXX match between Brock Lesnar and The Undertaker changed in the hours leading up to the end of The Undertaker's streak a number of days ago and thought it was worth looking at how the price for John Cena fell in his battle against Bray Wyatt.

The graph below shows how their odds changed from the moment they were opened right up to the eve of WrestleMania XXX.

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As you can see, John Cena was an underdog from the moment the book was opened. He remained in the outsider role all the way through to Saturday evening despite there being a dip around April 1st. His price dropping more than likely had something to do with the angle that took place on Monday Night Raw on the 31st, which saw Cena infiltrate the Wyatt Family and do a number on them. 

With that said, in similar situations in the past where an underdog is booked strong in the go-home episode of Raw, I have noticed that bettors have wagered on the opponent because some have realised the even-steven approach the writers tend to take with their story telling.

The WrestleMania Sunday action was even more interesting.

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The daytime wagering appears to have been placed on Bray Wyatt as his odds went from the -400 he was priced up at early on Sunday morning. By 5:30pm BST, he was marked up at -900 with Cena drifting out from +280 to +500.

The odds for both wrestlers drove back closer together as the evening wore on. As Hulk Hogan took centre stage to start off the show, both Cena and Wyatt were still underdog and favourite respectively. 

Somewhere between the start of the show and the music video for the match aired, wagers went in on John Cena. He went from a +320 underdog to -420 favourite. 

The late movement once again is a sign that smart money landed on the right person as John Cena did end up walking out of New Orleans with the W.

Odds taken from


For months, I have been writing about the odds changes for World Wrestling Entertainment pay-per-views (or 'Special Events' as the company want them to be called from now on) and have pointed out time and time again that the Reddit/Twitter user, Dolphins1925 and/or his 'source' are frauds.

My evidence is simple - the betting odds.

The 'spoilers' dished out by Dolphins1925 just before a WWE special event are always in line with the betting prices at the 5Dimes Sportsbook.

When the odds are off, so are the 'spoilers'.

And some of the odds were off this past Sunday. 

To highlight my point, I'm going to copy what was tweeted out by Dolphins and look at what the betting indicated.

'Spoiler' 1 : The Usos will win the fatal 4 way tag team match and retain their belts

The Usos had been favourites to win the match since the odds first opened. They were -3000 (1/30 UK) around the time of the tweet.

'Spoiler' 2 : I have been told there are multiple twists unfolding in the Triple H/Bryan match. Triple H wins and it will be overturned. Daniel Bryan wins

This was his first inaccurate 'spoiler'. If you had been following late betting, you could have drawn the same conclusion. 

At 11pm BST, Bryan was a -20000 favourite to win the match in 'End of Broadcast' betting, where customers are paid winnings at what the result is recorded as being once the show has ended. However, at the same time I recorded the above odds, the 'Initial Ruling' price - which is settled on the first call made by the referee - had Bryan an underdog at +180.  This peculiar difference in roles first came to my attention earlier that evening. I noted it in a post titled 'Interesting Odds Patterns Concerning The WWE World Heavyweight Championship Match'

As we now know, there was no reversal and Bryan went on to the main event.

'Spoiler' 3 : The Shield will defeat Corporate Kane & The New Age Outlaws

Hardly a spoiler. The Shield opened and closed as favourites. Their odds went from -1200 to -2000 in the betting period.

'Spoiler' 4 : Alex Rusev will win the Andre the Giant 30 Man Battle Royal. Sorry Big Show, better luck next time

Alex Rusev was never booked to be in this match. The odds had 'Mystery Wrestler Wins' (ie an unannounced wrestler) as a -900 favourite at the time of the pay-per-view. The actual winner was the unannounced Cesaro. Rusev was a choice to wager on at many other bookmakers. In all of these sportsbooks, he was the favourite in the betting. For instance, at Bovada he was priced at +125 (5/4 UK) for most of the weekend with his price dropping even lower (4/9 UK) before the pay-per-view. The bettors had bought into Rusev winning and that's why Dolphins/his source made the bold assumption that he would win.

Following a few tweets where he threw his alleged source under the bus by calling him a 'f***ing fraud', we were offered:

'Spoiler' 5 : For what it's worth, my source gave me John Cena. But I have no faith in this asshole, win or lose. He has A LOT of explaining to do

I would have liked to have seen Dolphins1925 tweet the winner of this match out just before the pay-per-view started. I believe we would have seen him announce Bray Wyatt as the upcoming winner. I write this because Wyatt had been favourite throughout the entire betting period leading up to the beginning of WrestleMania XXX. As the match was nearing, Wyatt drifted out from the -460 he was at the start of the show and had become a +300 underdog.

'Spoiler' 6 : Still no word from my source. Flat out despicable behavior. Obviously, I was told Undertaker would win and extend his WM streak to 22-0

Another incorrect call. Despite Undertaker being favourite at the time of the tweet, it is apparent that the insiders were betting against him in the hours leading up to the start of the match. I took a look at the betting action on this match in a post titled 'The Undertaker & Brock Lesnar in the Days & Hours Before The End of the Streak'

According to some reports, Lesnar was favourite in at least two sportsbooks. This may have been the case. However, in the numerous times I tracked the odds, he was still an underdog albeit with a shorter price than he had earlier in the day indicating the money was landing on him. I speculate that The Undertaker remained favoured at the books (or an underdog for a short time, if the reports are accurate) because non-insiders saw a nice price on Taker and bet that number. This ultimately kept his price in the minus.

At this point, Dolphins1925 appeared to have been having a meltdown and ignored the Vickie Guerrero Invitational match for the WWE Divas Championship. He did go on to announce:

'Spoiler' 7 : For the record, my source gave me Randy Orton as the main event winner. However, I have reason to believe they have been deceptive

This wasn't as peculiar a choice to go with as it appears. The eventual winner, Daniel Bryan, had been the favourite throughout the entire betting period. However, earlier in the evening, there appeared to have been action coming in on Randy Orton as his price had dropped from +4000 into +1500 before the show started. I noted that wagers were being placed on Orton in a post I published at 9:43pm BST on Sunday evening

The rest of Dolphins1925's tweets are rants noting how Undertaker should not have wrestled and that his source was not 'trustworthy' amongst other things.

Lost in the rant is the mission statement he revealed when he explained why he gives out special event spoilers.

Back last year, he claimed that his agenda was to stop spoilers from being leaked. He wanted to embarrass the company into keeping match results from getting out. 

Ironically, when the results didn't turn out the way the betting odds indicated, he was the one who came away embarrassed.

Monday, 7 April 2014


We all now know that The Undertaker lost to Brock Lesnar at last night's WrestleMania pay-per-view. However, we could have known a few hours before the show.

I kept constant checks of the odds from the time they were first posted online at all the way through to just before the bell sounded to kick off their match.

The image below shows how far apart The Undertaker and Brock Lesnar were from the early stages of betting up to the night before WrestleMania XXX.

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A look at how the betting went on WrestleMania Sunday below shows how close they were when the late money came in before the show.

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I noticed a change in the betting on the bout. I even wrote about it in a post where I noted the differences in the prices of a number of match markets at the sportsbook.

Unfortunately, I had blinkered myself into believing that World Wrestling Entertainment would never have the streak end so I reasoned that the odds shifting had either something to do with underdog gamblers taking the number (it happens in regular sports betting) or the sportsbook had balanced action on both sides so set out new odds to attract more wagers on the fixture.

Hindsight proves my theories were incorrect. It was smart, inside money moving the price.

There really is no alternative excuse, in my opinion.

The question then has to be asked, why didn't Lesnar become a favourite like in similar scenarios where heavy underdogs became a favourite in the eleventh hour of betting?

It's quite simple.

When the odds started shortening for Lesnar, The Undertaker's price may have been more attractive to people who also didn't believe the streak would end. As the bettors placed their stakes on Undertaker, it started to move the two opponents out again ultimately forcing Taker to remain a favourite to win which - and as we know now - was not the plan.

In a few days, I'll take a look at what happened in the betting on the Bray Wyatt vs John Cena match.


John Cena has swung into the role of favourite in the betting market for his WrestleMania XXX match against Bray Wyatt.

Before the pay-per-view started, Wyatt was a -460 favourite. He is now marked up as a +300 (4.00 EU, 3/1 UK) underdog.

Cena has gone from +320 to -420 (5/21 UK).

Odds taken from


In no particular order:

Daniel Bryan (Qualifier)
Daniel  Bryan (Main Event)
The Undertaker
Bray Wyatt
The Shield
AJ Lee
The Usos
Unannounced Wrestler Wins Battle Royal (Alexander Rusev favourite)

Sunday, 6 April 2014


Here are the 5Dimes Sportsbook WrestleMania XXX betting odds as of 11pm BST.

Randy Orton +1500 US, 16.00 EU, 15/1 UK
Batista +1200 US, 13.00 EU, 12/1 UK
Daniel Bryan -1500 US, 1/15 UK
Triple H +2000 US, 21.00 EU, 20/1
Qualifying Winner Wins -2150 US, 2/43 UK

The Undertaker -1200 US, 1/12 UK
Brock Lesnar +700 US, 8.00 EU, 7/1 UK

Daniel Bryan -20000 US, 1/200 UK
Triple H +50000 US, 51.00 EU, 50/1 UK

John Cena +280 US, 3.80 EU, 14/5 UK
Bray Wyatt -400 US, 1/25 UK, 1/4 UK

AJ Lee -1200 US, 1/12 UK
The Field +600 US, 7.00 EU, 6/1 UK

The Usos -2000 US, 1/20 UK
Any Other Winner +1000 US, 11.00 EU, 10/1 UK

The Shield -20000 US, 1/200 UK
Kane & Outlaws +5000 US, 51.00 EU, 50/1 UK

Mystery Wrestler Wins Battle Royal -650 US, 2/13 UK
Already Announced Wrestler Wins +420 US, 5.20 EU, 21/5 UK


There have been noteworthy changes in the WrestleMania XXX betting odds posted at since I last checked in with the sportsbook a number of hours ago.

Here's what I have found.

  • It appears the money is now landing on Randy Orton in wagering on the main event. His odds have fallen from +2200 to +1500 (16.00 EU, 15/1 UK). Daniel Bryan, even though still favoured, has seen his price move from -1700 to -1500 (1/15 UK)
  • The option to wager on the 'Qualifying Winner' has also moved. At 5:30pm BST it was -2600 and is now -2150 (2/43 approx UK)
  • John Cena and Bray Wyatt's odds for 'Initial' and 'End of Broadcast' rulings do not correlate. John Cena is an underdog in 'End of Broadcast' betting but is favoured in 'Initial ruling' rules.
  • The Usos price on winning the pre-show went from -420 into -1200 (1/12 UK)
  • AJ Lee to win the Vickie Guerrero Invitational is also -1200 (1/12 UK). The last time I looked, she was -530.
  • The Shield have gone from -6000 favourites all the way to -20000 (1/200 UK) favourites
  • Most interesting of all is The Undertaker's odds have improved from -20000 and are set at -2000. Brock Lesnar's have weakened from +5000 to +1000 (11.00 EU, 10/1 UK). 
Prices correct as of 9:18pm. For the latest check out The 5Dimes Sportsbook


Here are the WrestleMania XXX betting odds currently posted online at and its Canadian-facing partner,

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Here are the WrestleMania XXX betting odds currently up at


The Usos 2/9
Real Americans 7/2
Rybaxel 10/1
Los Matadores 18/1

Vickie Guerrero Invitational

AJ Lee 2/5
The Field 7/4

Kane & New Age Outlaws vs The Shield

Kane & New Age Outlaws 11/2
The Shield 1/9

Triple H vs Daniel Bryan

Daniel Bryan 1/16
HHH 7/1

Bray Wyatt vs John Cena 

Bray Wyatt 2/7
John Cena 5/2

The Undertaker vs Brock Lesnar

The Undertaker 1/66
Brock Lesnar 14/1

Andre the Giant Battle Royal

Top Tier

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Bottom Tier

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WWE World Heavyweight Championship

Daniel Bryan 1/14
Batista 7/1
Triple H 16/1
Randy Orton 33/1

WrestleMania betting odds can be found under 'TV Shows / Specials' on the sports betting menu of


Here are the WrestleMania XXX betting odds currently available at


Usos 1/5
Real Americans 7/2
Rybaxel 10/1
Los Matadores 20/1

The Undertaker vs Brock Lesnar

The Undertaker 1/50
Brock Lesnar 12/1

Bray Wyatt vs John Cena

Bray Wyatt 1/3
John Cena 9/4

Daniel Bryan vs Triple H

Daniel Bryan 1/20
HHH 8/1

Vickie Guerrero Invitational

AJ Lee 2/7
The Field 5/2

The Shield vs Kane & New Age Outlaws

The Shield 1/8
Kane & Outlaws 9/2

Battle Royal

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Main Event

Daniel Bryan 1/10
Batista 8/1
Triple H 16/1
Randy Orton 20/1

WrestleMania betting odds are found under 'TV Specials' on the Non-Sports A-Z menu of the sportsbook at


Here are the WrestleMania XXX odds currently up at

The Pre-Show

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Los Matadores are off the board.

Andre the Giant Memorial Battle Royal

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The Undercard

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WWE World Heavyweight Championship

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Triple H is currently off the board


Additional WrestleMania 30 betting lines have been posted on the betting board of the 5Dimes website..

One of these markets allow punters to wager on an unnamed wrestler ending up as the winner of the Andre the Giant Memorial Battle Royal.

As of the time of publishing, 5Dimes customers can get odds of -165 (1.61 EU, 20/33 UK) that the winner of the Andre the Giant trophy will be a mystery wrestler.

Punters expecting the victor to be a name that is already listed as being a participant can do so with a price of +125 (2.25 EU, 5/4 UK).

The sportsbook's linemakers have compiled odds for each wrestler in the match. The Big Show is favourite with +350 (4.50 EU, 7/2 UK) odds.

It's worth noting that Alexander Rusev is a favourite in betting at all other websites despite not officially being announced as a entrant in the match.

Wrestling odds are found under 'Other Sports' on the betting board at


The oddsmakers at the 5Dimes Sportsbook have readjusted their WrestleMania XXX betting lines a number of minutes ago and there has been some interesting changes of note. The main one concerns the WWE World Heavyweight Championship match and its decider.

As a rule of thumb, I rarely track odds for the 'Initial Ruling' where bets are settled on the first call of the referee. However, there is something that does not line up as you will soon discover.

In betting on the match between Triple H and Daniel Bryan to see which wrestler goes on to challenge for the WWE title, the Initial Ruling odds conflict with the 'End of Broadcast' price (which is settled on what the actual result ends up being).

The Initial ruling has Triple H favoured at -190 (1.53 EU, 10/19 UK) whilst the End of Broadcast ruling has Daniel Bryan a favourite with a line of -13500 (1/135 UK). Often when the bookmaker sets up two sets of odds for a match, the initial and end of broadcast rulings are symmetric in establishing a favourite and underdog.

Things get even more peculiar when examining the pricing for the main event match-up.

Triple H had been +6000 since early yesterday morning. At the time of this posting, his odds have fallen to +2000 (21.00 EU, 20/1 UK).

Daniel Bryan still remains a favourite to win the match at a price of -1700 (1/17 UK).

Odds correct as of 17:52 BST. For the latest check the betting board at


The Rock has been added to the runners on the betting board for the Andre the Giant Memorial Battle Royal at

His inclusion in the betting follows confirmation that Dwayne Johnson is in New Orleans for WrestleMania XXX and is expected to make a cameo at the event.

Other interesting names also on the list are the Ultimate Warrior and 'Stone Cold' Steve Austin.

The prices as of 5:30pm BST can be viewed below.

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Other WrestleMania betting markets can be viewed on Paddy Power's WWE Betting Page.


In this post, I'm going to look at the WrestleMania XXX betting odds that are currently up at

The sportsbook is offering seven match markets. However, that's not all they have on board for WrestleMania. As well as being able to bet on the bouts taking place tonight, customers can also wager on special prop bets that the firm have created.

The props on offer include 'Will CM Punk make a surprise appearance?', 'How many times will Hulk Hogan say "Brother?"' and 'How many big boot & legdrop combos will Hulk Hogan perform?'

The match odds on offer, as of the time of time of publishing, are:

Bray Wyatt 4/11
John Cena 2/1

Triple H 7/1
Daniel Bryan 1/25

The Shield 1/8
Kane & The New Age Outlaws 9/2

The Undertaker 1/33
Brock Lesnar 9/1

Triple H 16/1
Randy Orton 16/1
Batista 8/1
Daniel Bryan 1/14
Any Other Winner 25/1

The company has a long list of names up for bettors to wager on the winner of the Andre the Giant Memorial Battle Royal. Alexander Rusev is favoured at Evens with The Big Show playing the role of second-favourite at 3/1.

Other names of note, but not likely to be featured in the match have also been posted on the betting board. Here's a sample of what you will find along with their respective odds:

Hulk Hogan 6/1
Ultimate Warrior 16/1
Mr. T 25/1
Jake Roberts 33/1
The Rock 33/1

The WrestleMania betting markets can be found under 'USA' on the Special Bets section of


There were only two match markets where the odds changed in WrestleMania XXX wagering overnight at

The 'Any Other Winner' option in betting on the pre-show for the WWE Tag Team Championship moved down from +330 to +280 (3.80 EU, 14/5 UK). As a result of the underdogs being bet on, The Usos' price is now -400 (1.25 EU, 1/4 UK).

The second change occurred in gambling on the John Cena versus Bray Wyatt bout.

Cena had been marked up at +300 for most of the weekend but is now at +280 (3.80 EU, 14/5 UK) indicating that the Saturday night bettors were punting on him. His opponent's odds have changed from -420 to -400 (1.25 EU, 1/4 UK).

When WrestleMania betting odds were first posted, Cena was priced at +270 and Wyatt was -390.

Odds correct as of 8am BST. For the latest, check out the betting board at

Saturday, 5 April 2014


In this final post of the night, I'm going to share with you the current WrestleMania odds that are available with The 5Dimes Sportsbook.

The book is offering 'Initial Ruling' betting on a selection of matches. For the interest of tracking the prices, I only record the odds that are settled 'At end of broadcast'.

The Usos -490
Any Other Winner +330

AJ Lee -300
The Field +220

Daniel Bryan -13500
Triple H +3500

John Cena +300
Bray Wyatt -420

The Undertaker -16000
Brock Lesnar +4000

The Shield -4500
Kane & New Age Outlaws +1500

Randy Orton +4000
Batista +1800
Triple H +6000
Qualifying Winner Wins -4050
Daniel Bryan -2000

Odds correct as of 11:45pm BST. For the latest, check out the betting board at


Earlier today, I noticed that the WrestleMania XXX match odds for The Shield versus Kane & The New Age Outlaws had been taken off the board at both the Bodog and Bovada Sportsbooks.

Since that time, the odds have been readjusted and placed back up.

As of right now, The Shield are priced at -2000 (1/20 UK) with their opponents available at +800 (9.00 EU, 8/1 UK).

Dean Ambrose, Roman Reigns & Seth Rollins had been -800 with Kane & The Outlaws underdogs at +425 (17/4 UK).

The line change may have been due to a domino effect from the match odds changing at other websites. Punters may have seen the difference and went for a better number.

Other changes I have noticed through Saturday is The Undertaker's has shortened further. Earlier today, he was -4000 but is now marked up at -5000 (1/50 UK). Brock Lesnar, on the other hand, has obviously drifted out. He is now offered up with odds of +1400 (15.00 EU, 14/1 UK), a jump from the +1000 he was since last night.

The Usos remain priced at -500 with both books. However, their three opponents in the WrestleMania pre-show have gone out. The Real Americans moved from +350 to +450 (9/2 UK), Rybaxel from +800 to +1200 (12/1 UK) and Los Matadores are now +1500 (15/1 UK) after being +1200 earlier.

I will return with another look at the Bodog / Bovada WrestleMania betting odds tomorrow morning.

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Punters looking to have a bet on Daniel Bryan winning the WWE World Heavyweight Championship at WrestleMania XXX but getting turned off by the premium they have to stake can look to and its Canadian-facing partner, for the best market price.

The shortest odds on offer can be found at Sporting Bet, where he is priced at 1/20.

Both YouWin and UWin have Bryan at 1/7.

The Triple Threat match is just one of the markets available at both firms. They're also accepting wagers on the main event qualifier, Brock Lesnar versus The Undertaker and Bray Wyatt's fight with John Cena.

These markets can be found below.

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Odds are correct as of 7:35PM BST. 


Daniel Bryan is 1/20 to defeat Triple H and head into the main event of tomorrow night's WrestleMania XXX pay-per-view at

Even though the price is short, they are still the best odds across the many betting websites offering wagers on the event.

Sky Bet have six WrestleMania betting markets on its website. They are the aforementioned Daniel Bryan versus Triple H match, Bray Wyatt vs John Cena, Kane & The New Age Outlaws against The Shield, Brock Lesnar's attempt to end The Undertaker's streak, the main event and the Andre the Giant Memorial Battle Royal.

Bray Wyatt is currently a 1/3 favourite to defeat Cena (9/4), The Shield are 1/8 to do away with Kane & The Outlaws (9/2), Brock Lesnar's chances of beating The Undertaker (1/66) have been given odds of 14/1 and Daniel Bryan is 1/10 over Batista (13/2), Triple H (18/1) and Randy Orton (25/1) in wagering on the main event.

Sky Bet customers can wager on any of the participants in the Andre the Giant Battle Royal. As of right now, Alexander Rusev leads the way at 7/4 with The Big Show (9/4) following closely behind in a second-favourite role.

The full line-up of odds can be viewed below.

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Odds correct as of 2pm BST. For the latest, check out Sky Bet's Wrestling Page


Tamina Snuka's odds on winning the Vickie Guerrero Invitational for the Divas Championship at tomorrow night's WrestleMania XXX pay-per-view have shortened at

When the betting odds for the free-for-all title match were posted, Snuka was available at odds of 10/1. This price has now dropped down to 17/10 with the Irish bookmaker.

AJ Lee remains favourite despite seeing her odds go from 4/9 into 4/7.

The current odds for the remaining participants can be found below.

WrestleMania XXX odds can be found at Paddy Power's WWE betting page


Now that we have reached WrestleMania XXX weekend, it's time to do a roll call of all the betting websites that are accepting wagers on tomorrow night's events.

In this post, I'm going to list all the companies where you'll find odds for matches. For each website, I'll include whether they accept US or Canadian customers to save time for visitors from those countries.

It is also worth noting that you do have to be aged 18 or over to place a bet at these sportsbooks. All of the companies on this list require identification so there is little point even attempting to bet if you do not have the right documentation.

This list is in A-Z order.. Or should it be 5-Y?


US/Canadian Friendly? : 5Dimes accepts US & Canadian customers

Markets Offered:  At the time of writing, 5Dimes is taking bets on seven of the matches on the card. Clients can wager on the 'Initial Ruling' for some bouts but can wager on 'End Of Broadcast' for all. Additional markets could be open by Sunday.

Directions: When you have registered an account, you will find WrestleMania markers under 'Other Sports' on the 5Dimes betting board.


US/Canadian Friendly? : Betfair does not accept clients from the USA. Canada is okay, though.

Markets Offered : Betfair have 12 markets available for WrestleMania. These include special prop wagers that are unique to Betfair. With these props you can bet on things like 'How many times will Hulk Hogan say "Brother" ?' and 'Will CM Punk make a surprise appearance?'

Directions :  WrestleMania markets are found under 'US' in the Specials section of the Betfair Sportsbook.


Website:  Betfred Sportsbook

US/Canadian Friendly? : Betfred does not accept clients based in the US & Canada

Markets Offered : Betfred is offering 8 match betting markets on the event. If you're looking to bet on the Vickie Guerrero Invitational you can choose 'AJ Lee' or 'The Field'.

Directions : WrestleMania odds can be found under 'TV Show' on the Betfred Sportsbook


Website: Bodog Sportsbook

US/Canadian Friendly? : Bodog accepts customers in Canada. US based customers should bet with Bovada.

Markets Offered : At the time of writing, Bodog have seven match markets to wager on.

Directions : WrestleMania XXX odds are found under 'Other Sports' on the Bodog Sportsbook.


Website: Bovada Sportsbook

US/Canadian Friendly? : Bovada accepts US customers.

Markets Offered : There are 7 markets available.

Directions : Wrestling odds are found under 'Other Sports' on the Bovada Sportsbook


Website: Coral Bookmakers

US/Canadian Friendly? : No

Markets Offered : Coral have eight match markets to bet on.

Directions : WrestleMania wagering is found under 'TV Specials' on the 'Non-Sports A-Z' menu of the Coral Sports Homepage

Paddy Power

Website: Paddy Power Online

US/Canadian Friendly? : No

Markets Offered : 8 match markets are available. Punters can also wager on the individual participants of the Vickie Guerrero Invitational.

Directions : WWE betting is found under 'Sports Novelties' an easier way to find it is to follow this link to Paddy Power's WWE Betting page.

Sky Bet

Website: Sky Bet

US/Canadian Friendly? : No

Markets Offered : Sky Bet has 6 match markets posted on its website.

Directions : WrestleMania odds can be found under 'Wrestling' on the Sky Bet Homepage menu.

Sporting Bet

Website: Sporting Bet

US/Canadian Friendly? :  No to US, Yes to Canada

Markets Offered : WWE Title match, Undertaker vs Lesnar & Daniel Bryan vs Triple H

Directions : Wrestling markets are under the 'Specials' sub-menu under 'Other Sports' of the Sporting Bet homepage


Website: UWin Sportsbook

US/Canadian Friendly? : Canadian customers are welcome. No to USA.

Markets Offered : WWE Title, Lesnar vs Undertaker, Bryan vs HHH & John Cena vs Bray Wyatt

Directions : WrestleMania odds are found under 'Specials' on the UWin Sportsbook.

William Hill

Website: William Hill Online

US/Canadian Friendly? : Canadian clients welcome. No to USA.

Markets Offered : William Hill offers a selection of WrestleMania markets. Please be advised that these odds are taken down for readjustment every night.

Directions : When they are available, WrestleMania odds are found under 'TV/Specials' of the William Hill Sportsbook.


Website: YouWin Sportsbook

US/Canadian Friendly? : No.

Markets Offered :  Triple Threat, Brock Lesnar vs The Undertaker, Daniel Bryan vs Triple H & John Cena vs Bray Wyatt

Directions : WrestleMania wagering is found under 'Specials' on the YouWin Sportsbook homepage.

All of these websites accept Skrill as a way to deposit in and withdraw from your betting accounts easily. Here is a post where I explain how Skrill works. If you are based in Europe, you can sign up for an account on Skrill's Registration Page.

Hopefully, this information has been of some use to you. Good luck with your WrestleMania wagers!


Here's a quick summary of what happened overnight at

  • The Shield's odds to win against the New Age Outlaws & Kane moved from -1700 and is now marked at -4500 (1/17 UK). As a result of the change, their opponents are now +1500 (16.00 EU, 15/1 UK). This is an increase from +800.
  • In a post published last night, I noted how the odds for the Vickie Guerrero Invitational were closing in to being a near pick 'em. Since that time, the odds have separated out. AJ Lee's price moved from -130 to -350 (1.29 EU, 2/7 UK). 'The Field', made up of every other participant in the match, went from -110 to +250 (3.50 EU, 5/2 UK).
  • Daniel Bryan's odds on winning the Triple Threat Qualifier against Triple H moved from -4500 to -16000 (1/160 UK). In the same period, Triple H's price moved from +1500 to +4000 (41.00 EU, 40.1 UK)
  • Out of the five possible ways to wager on the Triple Threat match, Triple H's odds were the only ones to change. In last night's observation, I noted he was marked up as a +4000 underdog. Since that time, his price has risen to +6000 (61.00 EU, 60/1 UK)
  • The Undertaker, who had been -7500 since Thursday afternoon, moved to -16000 (1/160 UK) with Brock Lesnar drifting out from +2500 to +4000 (41.00 EU, 40/1 UK)

It's hard to determine whether the current trend that had seen the eventual winner being backed heavily on a Friday night has occurred this month. 

Even though the odds have changed strongly for some of the bouts, I think this movement has more to do with fans wagering on obvious winners this time around. 

I write this because the price for John Cena versus Bray Wyatt has remained stationary since yesterday morning. This could be due to the punters wagering on both sides and creating a balance of sorts. It could also mean the insiders have left it alone until the finish is concrete.

We'll find out soon enough.

Odds correct as of 9am BST. For the latest, check out the betting board at