Alright, perhaps you haven’t dipped your toes into WWE betting for fear of being laughed at. I will push aside you’re most likely also the exact same individual wagering on who acquire the Iron Throne in the last period of Game Of Thrones, but that’s neither here nor there. It’s a pre-determined result, sure, but live a little!
The information is out there, and if you want to learn more about the actual cash being created in WWE betting, you can listen to The WWE betting podcast I hosted with Billi Bihatti here.
WrestleMania takes place Sunday, April 7th, at 4PM PST / 7PM EST but also has a four hour pre-show.
The Occasion No, there is no UnderTaker matchup for the first time in over ten years, and the card does not contain fittings such as John Cena, The Rock, or some other household names in the past on paper. However, I would make a separate bet you will see Hulk Hogan again, and any one of the aforementioned stars are extremely likely to be there in some capacity. This WrestleMania is headlined by women for the first time in WWE’s history, together with Becky Lynch carrying on Ronda Rousey and Charlotte Flair (Yes, Ric Flair’s daughter) at a triple threat match for the WWE women’s title which will go on last. Brock Lesnar takes on Seth Rollins for your WWE Universal Title, Triple H battles Batista at a career-on-the-line game, and Kurt Angle is wrestling his retirement match amongst other noteworthy matches.
I know that chances for such an event such as WWE are somewhat tough to find generally, but that’s not true for WrestleMania.
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