At Wrestlemania this weekend, there will be seven matches that take place without a title on the line, and Betway have priced up the odds for some of these battles for us to punt on.
Bobby Lashley will take on Aleister Black, with the former WWE United States champion, Lashley a huge outsider for this one. The American is a 3/1 underdog, which should be a consideration for a betslip with Betway, considering his popularity. As for Black, he is a clear favourite at 1/5, with the 34-year-old Dutch wrestler bringing with him the eyes of an entire country.
Black's odds are understandable when you consider he is the up and coming star of the WWE, having won the NXT Championship, whilst also being named as Male Competitor of the Year in 2017.
Former Universal Champion, Kevin Owens, will take on Seth Rollins in a very exciting matchup. Rollins has been one of the WWE's stars of the past decade, winning countless titles and awards, whilst also fluctuating between love and hate as a superstar. The 33-year-old famously cashed in his Money in the Bank at Wrestlemania 31 to win the WWE Championship, which makes his odds of 7/5 with Betway a very appealing one. Owens, on the other hand, is the 1/2 favourite.
Two former NXT stars, Elias and Baron Corbin will also meet in a tough to call match. Elias is the 1/2 favourite, although our money would be on Baron Cobin at EVENS for your Wrestlemania acca, as his recent title-winning history puts him in good stead for another break into the big matches.
In what is one of the most intriguing matches of the two-day event, John Cena takes on Bray Wyatt in a Firefly Fun House match. 'The Fiend', Wyatt and the famous Cena have a long history of battles, with the two meeting back in 2014 at Wrestlemania 30, where Cena won in a singles match.
Cena is arguably the most famous wrestler in WWE history, with his 13 WWE Championship wins victories coming along with an almighty following. As a result, betting on him at 12/5, is certainly one to include in the acca for Wrestlemania 36.
Fans will also be gifted with a trip down memory lane, as legendary wrestlers Edge and Randy Orton also meet. As a seven time WWE Heavyweight Champion, Edge comes into this won a 1/4 favourite, although, Orton has proved so many times down the years, he can not be overlooked - a nine-time WWE Champion, Orton is a 51/20 underdog.
The Undertaker will return to Wrestlemania where he has made himself arguably the greatest of all time. The famous streak of 21 Wrestlemania wins in a row has never even been close to being matched, and until Brock Lesnar beat The Undertaker at Wrestlemania 2014, he was unbeaten at the famous event.
Now, after Roman Reigns beat him a few years later, The Undertake boasts a record of 23-2 at Wrestlemania, making him a clear 1/4 favourite against AJ Styles - Styles is a 51/20 underdog.
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