Sport entertainment's Super Bowl has finally arrived, as there are plenty of bets to be made. A total of 15 matches are currently scheduled for Wrestlemania 35, with multiple prop bets to consider as well.
In the United States, you’re not able to bet on WWE, but you can go to DraftKings and check out a free Wrestlemania 35 Pick ‘Em game they are offering in which you could win a share of $5,000.
Still, it's a lot of fun to talk about, so let's break down some of the best prop bets to consider taking for this year's Wrestlemania.
One of the more intriguing prop bets to consider for some of these matches are the moves superstars use. Many wrestlers are famous for their finishing moves, such as one Randy Orton and his RKO.
Orton takes on Styles at Wrestlemania 35, where Orton is slightly favored to win. However, it's his RKO prop bet that makes for a fun play.
Currently, the number of RKO's Orton hits on Styles is favored at one or less (2/3) with 888Sport. The odds Orton hits two RKO's is currently (23/20) and the odds he hits three or more are (11/4).
It's almost impossible to see three or more RKO's in a one-on-one match without it ending, but Styles is the type of opponent that can kick out of at least one RKO.
If Styles kicks out of one RKO and the odds still favor the 'Viper' to win, it's almost a lock Orton will connect on a second.
However, if you are leaning towards Styles winning this match then Orton won't hit more than one RKO in the match. In fact, you'd be more likely to see an RKO reversed by Styles before Orton hits two of them in the same match.
Another moveset prop bet to consider is the number of suplexes Brock Lesnar hits on opponent Seth Rollins.
Known to many as 'Suplex City,' Lesnar almost always takes his opponents there with a series of suplexes in his matches.
The current odds for the number of suplexes Lesnar hits on Seth are currently set at 20/23 for seven or less.
Those odds aren't very high, as it's very possible we see Lesnar connect on more than seven. The current record is 16 suplexes in one match, which Lesnar set against John Cena years ago.
With Lesnar's victory odds slowly creeping up, it may be a smart decision to take a chance on the odds for over seven suplexes connected.
The number of F5's Lesnar hits on Rollins is also available to bet on, as the current favorite is two or less at 23/20.
Similar to the suplex prop bet though, Lesnar's odds of winning continue to climb. Perhaps betting on more than two F5's is the way to go.
Besides, it's Wrestlemania. If there was ever a WWE event for someone to kick out of multiple finishing moves it would be this one. Taking three to four F5's landed at +134 or even five-plus at 33/20 are solid value bets.
Women are headlining Wrestlemania for the first time ever as Becky Lynch, Charlotte Flair and Ronda Rousey prepare do to battle.
There are quite a few prop bets in this match, one of which being the first female to lock in their patent submission move?
With Becky favored to win the match at almost 80 percent odds, it would be rare to see her lock in her 'Dis-Arm-Her' submission move before Flair or Ronda lock in theirs.
Flair is currently favored to lock in her 'Figure 8' first with odds at 1/1, while Rousey has the second-best odds to lock in her 'Armbar' at 27/20.
Either of those bets is solid at the given value but if you wanted to get really crazy with it, the odds of Ronda tapping out both Becky and Charlotte are currently (+350).
That is very unlikely to happen though, so sticking to either Charlotte or Ronda locking in their submission move first is the safer avenue to bet.
A solid and safe prop bet might actually have nothing to do with a match. The attendance odds for Wrestlemania 35 are currently favored (4/5) to reach or eclipse 88,000 people.
The last time Wrestlemania was in East Rutherford the attendance was 80,676. The only thing that would see this year's event fall short of the one in 2013 would be the weather.
The best bet outside the ring, however, is the time Wrestlemania 35 will take to broadcast.
The odds of Wrestlemania running past midnight ET is currently set at 1/4, which seems almost a lock.
There are 15 scheduled matches with the event beginning at 7 p.m. ET. So unless a handful of matches end abruptly quick, the show will more than likely pass the 11:59 p.m. ET mark.
Also keep in mind that time must be accounted for advertisements, interviews, backstage segments and the Hall of Fame class begin introduced. Adding all of that with matches and entrances, this may not only be the best prop bet of the night but the best bet overall.
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