2020 WWE WrestleMania 36 odds, matches, card, coronavirus plans

2020 WWE WrestleMania 36 odds, matches, card, coronavirus plans

WWE will proceed with WrestleMania 36 with the event moving to Orlando and being televised over two nights in April. Click here for live WWE odds. With gathering restrictions, only essential personnel will be on the closed set during the production of WrestleMania. Moving the event to two nights is unprecedented but again required due to restrictions on large public gatherings.

The biggest free-agent signing of the year, at least until Tom Brady officially signs with Tampa Bay, is Rob Gronkowski joining the WWE. The former New England Patriots’ star tight-end will the hosting the upcoming two-night WrestleMania on April 4 and 5.

While Gronk is not officially scheduled to fight at WrestleMania here are the odds on who he will face first.

Gronk’s 1st WWE Opponent Odds

Cesaro +325
Robert Roode +375
Dolph Ziggler +425
Mojo Rawley +550
Sheamus +550
Jinder Mahal +650
Riddick Moss +660
King Corbin +800

2020 WWE WrestleMania 36 Odds

WWE Championship
Brock Lesnar (c) +235
Drew McIntyre -315

Universal Championship
Goldberg (c)
Roman Reigns

Raw Women’s Championship
Becky Lynch (c) +125
Shayna Baszler -165

NXT Women’s Championship
Rhea Ripley (c) -210
Charlotte Flair +160

The Undertaker
AJ Styles

Kevin Owens
Seth Rollins

John Cena +275
“The Fiend” Bray Wyatt -395

UFC UFC 246 Fight Card, Odds, Analysis

UFC 246 Fight Card, Odds, Analysis

UFC is starting its 2020 campaign by brining its most infamous fighter back to the octagon.

UFC 246 Fight Card, Odds, Analysis

Conor “Notorious” McGregor (21-4) will fight for the second time since 2016 when he faces veteran Donald “Cowboy” Cerrone (36-13, 1 NC) in a welterweight main event from T-Mobile Arena.

UFC 246 Main Card Odds

Conor McGregor -310 vs. Donald Cerrone +255

The 36-year-old Cowboy Cerrone stands 6’1” with a 73-inch reach and he’s definitely got the edge in experience with a whopping 50 career fights. He’s a well-rounded fighter that has recorded 10 wins via KO, 17 wins via submission and nine victories by way of decision. Unfortunately, Cerrone has dropped each of his last two fights including an embarrassing first round KO loss to Justin Gaethje on September 14.

Conor McGregor is 31-years-old and stands 5’9” with a 74-inch reach. The polarizing welterweight hasn’t been in the octagon since suffering a submission loss (neck crack) against Khabib Nurmagaomedov in their lightweight title bout on October 6 of 2018. McGregor has lost two of his last four fights.

Holly Holm 135 vs. Raquel Pennington +115

38-year-old Holly Holm stands 5’8’ with a 70-inch reach. The former bantamweight champ recorded one of the biggest upsets in UFC history by beating the hell out of Ronda Rousey, but she then went on to lose three straight and five of her last seven matches including a humbling first round TKO (head kick) loss to reigning champ Amanda Nunes at UFC 239 in July. 31-year-old Raquel Pennington stands 5’7” with a 67½-inch reach. Pennington went to the fifth round against Nunes back in May of 2018 but followed that loss up with a decision loss against Germaine de Randamie in November of 2018. Pennington did manage to get the split decision win over Irene Aldana in July, but she also lost to Holm via split decision at UFC 184 back in February of 2015.

Maurice Greene -130 vs. Aleksei Oleinik +110

The 42-year-old Aleksei Oleinik stands 6’2” with an 80-inch reach, but he’s lost each of his last two fights including an embarrassing first round KO loss (punch) to Walt Harris in July. Maurice Greene is 33-years-old and stands 6’7” with an 82-inch reach. Greene had his three-fight winning streak snapped in his embarrassing first round KO loss (punches) against Sergei Pavlovich in October, but he looks like the easy pick to get past a past-his-prime Oleinik at UFC 246.

Claudia Gadelha -105 vs. Alexa Grasso -115

Claudia Gadelha is 31-years-old and stands 5’4”. Gadelha comes into this bout having alternated wins and losses over her last four fights, but managed to get past Randa Markos at UFC 239 in July via unanimous decision. Alexa Grasso is 26-years-old and stands 5’5”. Grasso has alternated wins and losses over her last six fights and comes into this affair off a close, majority decision loss against Carla Esparza in September. These two fighters might have even odds, but Claudia Gadelha looks like the pick here based on experience and superior punching power.

Diego Ferreira -245 vs. Anthony Pettis +205

32-year-old Anthony Pettis stands 5’10” with a 72½ inch reach. The former lightweight champion is undeniably one of the most explosive mixed martial arts fighters in the world and he should be highly motivated to get the win here after losing seven of his last 11 fights including a unanimous decision defeat against Nate Diaz at UFC 241 in August. 34Year-ood Diego Ferreira stands 5’9” with a 74-inch reach. Ferreira has won five straight fights including a unanimous decision win over Maribek Taisumov at UFC 242 in September. While Ferreira has a nice winning streak going coming into this affair, he’s definitely never fought a fighter of Anthony Pettis’ caliber. I’m going with the popular Pettis to put on a show to potentially get back in the mix for a title shot in 2020.

UFC 246 Prelims Odds

  • Maycee Barber -1000 vs. Roxanne Modafferi +650
  • Andre Fili +1-5 vs. Sodiq Yusuff -125
  • Drew Dober +260 vs. Nasrat Haqparast -320
  • Grant Dawson -260 vs. Chas Skelly +220

UFC 246 Early Prelims Odds

  • Aleksa Camur -115 vs. Justin Ledet -105
  • Askar Askarov -130 vs. Tim Elliott +110
  • Brian Kelleher +115 vs. Ode Osbourne -135
  • J.J. Aldrich -115 vs. Sabina Mazo -105
UFC 246 Odds & Fight Card

UFC 246 Odds & Fight Card

The UFC is kicking-off its 2020 season with a huge 246 fight card that includes the preacher’s daughter who KO’d Ronda Rousey and the return of the Notorious Irishman. Click here for live UFC odds.

Conor McGregor is set for his return to the octogon when he takes on fan-favorite action fighter Donald Cerrone for the main event at UFC 246. The co-main event features Holly Holm facing Raquel Pennington.

UFC 246 Card & Odds

  • Conor McGregor -300 vs. Donald Cerrone +250 — Welterweights
  • Holly Holm -140 vs. Raquel Pennington +120 — Women’s bantamweights
  • Aleksei Oleinik +110 vs. Maurice Greene -130 — Heavyweights
  • Claudia Gadelha -115 vs. Alexa Grasso -105 — Women’s strawweights
  • Carlos Diego Ferreira -250 vs. Anthony Pettis +210 — Lightweights
  • Maycee Barber -1000 vs. Roxanne Modafferi +650 — Women’s flyweights
  • Sodiq Yusuff -135 vs. Andre Fili +115 — Featherweights
  • Nasrat Haqparast -320 vs. Drew Dober +260 — Lightweights
  • Grant Dawson -220 vs. Chas Skelly +180 — Featherweights
  • Aleksa Camur -135 vs. Justin Ledet +115 — Light heavyweights
  • Tim Elliott +100 vs. Askar Askarov -120 — Flyweights
  • Brian Kelleher +110 vs. Ode Osbourne -130 — Bantamweights
  • Sabina Mazo -105 vs. JJ Aldrich -115 — Women’s flyweights

Conor McGregor vs. Donald Cerrone

McGregor’s last trip to the octogon at UFC 229 ended in a loss to Khabib Nurmagomedov for the the Khabib’s lightweight championship. The post-fight brawl after that loss led to an six-month suspension for McGregor. He would sit out all of 2019 before booking this bout with Cerrone. UFC president Dana White confirmed that a lightweight title shot awaits the Irishman if he wins this fight at welterweight.

Cerrone has fought 10 times since 2016 taking on all challengers however he is on a two fight losing streak. Those two losses were a TKO via doctor stoppage against Tony Ferguson in June and KO at the hands of Justin Gaethje in September.

Holly Holm vs. Raquel Pennington

The co-main event is a rematch after Holm defeated Pennington by split decision at UFC 184 on Feb. 28, 2015. This bout was originally set for UFC 243 in October before Holm was forced to withdraw due to injury.

2019 WWE Clash of Champions odds, matches, card, date, start time

2019 WWE Clash of Champions odds, matches, card, date, start time

If you need a break from football this weekend, then check out WWE’s Clash of Champions on Sunday night at 7 PM ET. The event returns to the WWE PPV rotation after missing 2018 in lieu of other events. Click here for live WWE Clash of Champions odds.

With a handful of events left on the 2019 slate, and the WWE is pulling out all of the stops. Every champion on the main roster is set to defend their titles at Spectrum Center in Charlotte, North Carolina. Now let’s take a closer look at the betting odds on who will walk out of Clash of Champions a winner.

2019 WWE Clash of Champions Odds

WWE SmackDown Women’s Championship

Bayley -140
Charlotte Flair +100

WWE Raw Tag Team Championship

Seth Rollins & Braun Strowman +145
Robert Roode & Dolph Ziggler -185

WWE Championship

Seth Rollins -310
Braun Strowman +230

WWE Cruiserweight Championship – Triple Threat Match

Kofi Kingston -175
Randy Orton +135

WWE SmackDown Tag Team Championship

Drew Gulak -245
Humberto Carrillo +160
Lince Dorado +635

WWE Intercontinental Championship

The New Day -185
The Revival +145

WWE Raw Women’s Championship

Becky Lynch +115
Sasha Banks -155

WWE Women’s Tag Team Championship

Alexa Bliss & Nikki Cross
Mandy Rose & Sonya Deville

WWE United States Championship

AJ Styles
Cedric Alexander

Singles Match

Roman Reigns -530
Erick Rowan +350

2019 WWE Extreme Rules odds, matches, date, card, start time

2019 WWE Extreme Rules odds, matches, date, card, start time

The last WWE PPV event before SummerSlam will take place in Philadelphia this weekend. This year’s annual Extreme Rules is bringing another stacked card to the ring this Sunday, July 14 inside the Wells Fargo Center. The showdown starts at 7 p.m. ET on the WWE Network.

2019 WWE Extreme Rules odds, matches, date, card, start time

Winners Take All (Extreme Rules Match)
Seth Rollins & Becky Lynch -475
Baron Corbin & Lacey Evans +325
 
WWE Championship (No Holds Barred Match)
Kofi Kingston (c) -600
Samoa Joe +400
 
No Holds Barred Match
Roman Reigns & The Undertaker -335
Shane McMahon & Drew McIntyre +245
 
Cruiserweight Championship
Drew Gulak (c) -280
Tony Nese +200
 
SmackDown Women’s Championship (2-on-1 Handicap Match)
Bayley (c) -600
Alexa Bliss & Nikki Cross +400
 
SmackDown Tag Team Championship (Triple Threat Tag Team Match)
Daniel Bryan & Rowan (c) -125
Heavy Machinery +225
The New Day +310
 
United States Championship
Ricochet (c) vs. AJ Styles
 
Last Man Standing Match
Braun Strowman vs. Bobby Lashley
WWE Stomping Grounds Match Odds, Schedule & How To Watch.

WWE Stomping Grounds Match Odds, Schedule & How To Watch.

WWE’s PPV event Stomping Grounds is here. While the card lacks big names, it will give other talented wrestlers a chance to shine. Stomping Grounds will kick off at 7 PM ET on the WWE Network this Sunday.

WWE Stomping Grounds Match Odds, Schedule & How To Watch.

WWE SmackDown Women’s Championship
Bayley -490
Alexa Bliss +330

Singles Match
Roman Reigns -175
Drew McIntyre +135

WWE Raw Women’s Championship
Becky Lynch -260
Lacey Evans +180

WWE Universal Championship
Seth Rollings -350
Baron Corbin +250

WWE Championship Steel Cage Match
Kofi Kingston -1260
Dolph Ziggler +620

WWE United States Championship
Samoa Joe -160
Ricochet +120

Tag Team Match
The New Day +115
Kevin Owens & S.Zayn -155

Triple Threat Match WWE Cruiserweight Championship
Tony Nese -310
Drew Gulak +400
Akira Tozawa +445

WWE Smackdown Tag Team Championship
Daniel Bryan & Rowan -350
Heavy Machinery +250

2020 WWE WrestleMania 36 odds, matches, card, coronavirus plans

WWE Super Showdown Odds

The WWE is back in Saudi Arabia with the Super ShowDown event set to take place this Friday in Jeddah with a 2 pm ET start time. The all-male fight card includes heavyweights like The Undertaker, Goldberg, Triple H, Randy Orton and many more.

WWE Super Showdown Odds

Triple H -115
Randy Orton -125

Goldberg +125
The Undertaker -165

Braun Strowman -750
Bobby Lashley +450

Roman Reigns -350
Shane McMahon +250

WWE Intercontinental Championship
Finn Balor -1700
Andrade +800

WWE Championship
Kofi Kingston -1350
Dolph Ziggler +650

WWE Universal Championship
Seth Rollins -900
Baron Corbin +500

3-on-1 Handicap Match
Lars Sullivan -1700
Lucha House Party +800

50-Man Battle Royal
Ali +165
Drew McIntyre +300
Brock Lesnar +475
Lars Sullivan +1000
Bray Wyatt +2500
AJ Styles +1250
Cesaro +4000
R-Truth +4500
Baron Corbin +6000
Big Show +6000

WWE Stomping Grounds Match Odds, Schedule & How To Watch.

2019 WWE Money in the Bank odds, matches, card, date

WWE’s Money in the Bank is back on Sunday, May 19th from inside the XL Center in Hartford, Connecticut. The dual headline events will feature Money in the Bank briefcases up for grabs in the traditional ladder matches.

Let’s now have a look at how the 2019 WWE Money in the Bank match card is shaping out with the current betting odds.

2019 WWE Money in the Bank odds, matches, card, date, predictions, rumors, location, start time

  • Universal Championship — Seth Rollins (c) -460 vs. AJ Styles +320
  • WWE Championship — Kofi Kingston (c) vs. Kevin Owens
  • Raw Women’s Championship — Becky Lynch (c) +325 vs. Lacey Evans -475
  • SmackDown Women’s Championship — Becky Lynch (c) -165 vs. Charlotte Flair +125
  • Men’s Money in the Bank Ladder Match —
    Drew McIntyre +130
    Andrade +305
    Elias +800
    Kevin Owens +1000
    Cesaro +1250
    Roman Reigns +1500
    Baron Corbin +1250
    Mustafa Ali +1150
    Daniel Bryan +2250
    Finn Balor +1000
    Lars Sullivan +800
    Randy Orton +1750
    Sami Zayn +2250
    Samoa Joe +2250
    The Miz +2250
    Bobby Lashley +2800
    Braun Strowman +2300
    Bray Wyatt +2800
    Ricochet +1700
    Aleister Black +2750
    AJ Styles +3500
    Big E +3500
    Velveteen Dream +4500
    Xavier Woods +4500
    Bobby Roode +6000
    Brock Lesnar +6000
    Jinder Mahal +6000
    John Cena +6000
    Shinsuke Nakamura +6000
    Dolph Ziggler +7500
    EC3 +7500
    Jeff Hardy +7500
    Johnny Gargano +7500
    Kofi Kingston +7500
    Pete Dunne +7500
    Rey Mysterio +7500
    Rusev +7500
    Seth Rollins +7500
    Adam Cole +10000
    Buddy Murphy +10000
    Matt Riddle +10000
    Cedric Alexander +15000
    The Rock +15000
    The Undertaker +15000
  • Women’s Money in the Bank Ladder Match —
    Sasha Banks +340
    Ember Moon +325
    Bayley +350
    Mandy Rose +255
    Ruby Riott +1250
    Alexa Bliss +600
    Liv Morgan +1500
    Naomi +1500
    Sonya Deville +1900
    Asuka +2300
    Charlotte Flair +2300
    Kairi Sane +2300
    Lacey Evans +2300
    Natalya +1750
    Shayna Baszler +2300
    Carmella +2300
    Dana Brooke +2250
    Ronda Rousey +3800
    Sarah Logan +3800
    Lana +5000
    Zelina Vega +5000
    Becky Lynch +6000
    Billie Kay +6000
    Nia Jax +6000
    Nikki Cross +6000
    Peyton Royce +6000
    Candice LeRae +7500
    Io Shirai +7500
    Alicia Fox +10000
    Bianca Belair +10000
    Mickie James +10000
    Nikki Bella +10000
    Tamina +10000
    Brie Bella +10000
    Dakota Kai +15000
    Kacy Catanzaro +15000
    Rhea Ripley +15000
    Taynara Conti +15000
    Toni Storm +15000
  • Roman Reigns -300 vs. Elias +220
  • The Miz vs. Shane McMahon (Steel Cage Match)
  • United States Championship — Samoa Joe (c) vs. Rey Mysterio
  • Women’s Tag Team Championship — The IIconics (c) vs. Asuka & Kairi Sane
2019 WWE Clash of Champions odds, matches, card, date, start time

2019 WWE WrestleMania 35 matches, odds, card, date, start time, rumors, predictions, lineup, location

Here is everything you need to know ahead of WWE WrestleMania 35!

Attention WWE fans! The end of the road to WrestleMania 35 is upon us and 5Dimes has released updated pro-wrestling betting odds. The headlining MUST-SEE PPV event of the year is scheduled to go down this Sunday at the MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford, NJ. WrestleMania’s first match is set to go off at 5:30 PM ET.

2019 WWE WrestleMania 35 Matches & Odds

Why should you watch and bet on WrestleMania 35? First newly retired Patriot Rob Gronkowski is the third favorite to win the Andre the Giant Memorial Battle Royal at +850. Will the legendary Hulk Hogan +5000 throw his hat in the ring for a shot at winning the Andre the Giant Memorial Battle Royal? Can either SNL funny man Michael Che or Colin Jost challenge for the Battle Royal crown? Will John Cena make the most of his shot at +9000? Or will WWE superstars like the Undertaker +15000, Big Show +30000 or Jinder Mahal +30000 reign supreme?

Winner Take All — Ronda Rousey (c) +400 vs. Charlotte Flair (c) +1300 vs. Becky Lynch -445

Universal Championship — Brock Lesnar (c) -125 vs. Seth Rollins 115

WWE Championship — Daniel Bryan (c) +245 vs. Kofi Kingston -335

Roman Reigns -305 vs. Drew McIntyre +225

AJ Styles -110 vs. Randy Orton -130

Triple H -260 vs. Batista +180 (No Holds Barred; Triple H’s career on the line)

Intercontinental Championship — Bobby Lashley (c) +500 vs. Finn Balor -900

United States Championship — Samoa Joe (c) -260 vs. Rey Mysterio +180

Women’s Tag Team Championship — Sasha Banks & Bayley (c) -335 vs. Beth Phoenix & Natalya +1150 vs. Nia Jax & Tamina Snuka +850 vs. The IIconics +400

The Miz -400 vs. Shane McMahon +280 (Falls Count Anywhere)

Kurt Angle -195 vs. Baron Corbin +155 (Farewell Match)

SmackDown Tag Team Championship — The Usos (c) vs. Ricochet & Aleister Black vs. The Bar vs. Rusev & Shinsuke Nakamura

Cruiserweight Championship — Buddy Murphy (c) -230 vs. Tony Nese +170 (Kickoff Show)

Andre the Giant Memorial Battle Royal (Kickoff Show)
Confirmed entrants: Braun Strowman +120, Michael Che +20000, Colin Jost +10000, Andrade +2650, Apollo Crews +8500, Titus O’Neil +4000, Tyler Breeze +50000, Jinder Mahal +30000, No Way Jose +3500, Bobby Roode, Chad Gable +4500, Lucha House Party, Bo Dallas +50000, Curtis Axel +50000, Heath Slater +50000, Rhyno, Viktor, Konnor, Ali +1000, Shelton Benjamin +50000, Luke Gallows +50000, Karl Anderson, Matt Hardy, Jeff Hardy +25000, Otis +4000, Tucker, EC3 +4500

Women’s Battle Royal (Kickoff Show)
Confirmed entrants: Asuka +280, Carmella +2000, Naomi +1700, Lana +2500, Mandy Rose +600, Soya Deville +900, Nikki Cross +1700, Dana Brooke +2500, Ruby Riott +1000, Liv Morgan +5000, Sarah Logan +5000, Mickie James +2500, Zelina Vega +2500

2019 WWE WrestleMania 35 Matches & Odds

2019 WWE WrestleMania 35 Matches & Odds

What are the betting odds for the scheduled WWE WrestleMania 35 matches?

WrestleMania 35 is set to take place on April 7th, 2019 and it will be a night for the ages. The WWE’s top stars will invade the MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford, New Jersey for the top PPV event of the year.

WWE WrestleMania 35 Odds & Matches

WWE Universal Championship

  • Brock Lesnar (end of broadcast ruling) +150
  • Seth Rollins (end of broadcast ruling) -190

Triple Threat Match – WWE Raw Women’s Championship

  • Becky Lynch -350
  • Ronda Rousey +335
  • Charlotte Flair wins Triple Threat Match +1075

WWE Cruiserweight Championship

  • Buddy Murphy (end of broadcast ruling) -350
  • Tony Nese (end of broadcast ruling) +250

No Holds Barred Match

  • Triple H (end of broadcast ruling) -350
  • Batista (end of broadcast ruling) +250

WWE United States Championship

  • Samoa Joe (end of broadcast ruling) -260
  • Rey Mysterio (end of broadcast ruling) +180

WWE Intercontinental Championship

  • Bobby Lashley (end of broadcast ruling) +320
  • Finn Balor (end of broadcast ruling) -460

Fatal 4-Way Match

  • The Boss n Hug Connection win Fatal 4Way -320
  • The IIconics win Fatal 4-Way Match +500
  • Nia Jax & Tamina win Fatal 4-Way Match +850
  • The Divas of Doom win Fatal 4-Way Match +925

Andre the Giant Memorial Battle Royal

Braun Strowman +100
Curt Hawkins +900
Rob Gronkowski +1200
Rey Mysterio +2500
Velveteen Dream +2500
No Way Jose +3500
Sami Zayn +3500
Harper +3500
Lars Sullivan +3500
Aleister Black +4000
Andrade +4000
Drew McIntyre +4000
Fandango +4000
Mustafa Ali +4000
Otis +4000
Pete Dunne +4000
Titus O’Neil +4000
Baron Corbin +4500
Chad Gable +4500
EC3 +4500
Adam Cole +5000
Hulk Hogan +5000
Bray Wyatt +5500
Elias +5500
Kevin Owens +5000
Kurt Angle +5500
Mojo Rawley +5500
Nia Jax +5500
Rowan +5500
Apollo Crews +8500
R-Truth +8500
Ricochet +8500
Dean Ambrose +10000
Zack Ryder +10000
John Cena +12500
Rusev +12500
Akam +20000
Colin Jost +15000
Dolph Ziggler +20000
Goldust +20000
Johnny Gargano +20000
Killian Dain +20000
Kofi Kingston +15000
Lio Rush +20000
Michael Che +20000
The Undertaker +20000
Big E +30000
Big Show +30000
Bobby Lashley +30000
Jinder Mahal +30000
Bo Dallas +50000
Curtis Axel +50000
Heath Slater +50000
Jeff Hardy +50000
Kane +50000
Luke Gallows +50000
Rezar +50000
Samoa Joe +50000
Seth Rollins +50000
Shelton Benjamin +50000
Shinsuke Nakamura +50000
Tommaso Ciampa +50000
Tyler Breeze +50000
Xavier Woods +50000

Singles Matches

Kurt Angle (end of broadcast ruling) -245
Baron Corbin (end of broadcast ruling) +175

Shane McMahon (end of broadcast ruling) +275
The Miz (end of broadcast ruling) -395

AJ Styles (end of broadcast ruling) +125
Randy Orton (end of broadcast ruling) -165

Drew McIntyre (end of broadcast ruling) +225
Roman Reigns (end of broadcast ruling) -305