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WWE Wrestlemania 40 Betting Odds, Match Card, Picks, Predictions: Cody Rhodes, Bailey Among Favorites

Wrestlemania 40 is finally here after an exciting Royal Rumble earlier this year. Sportsbooks favor Cody Rhodes and Rhea Ripley, but how does the rest of the field stack up? OddsChecker analyst Peter Alexis breaks down the full card of Wrestlemania 40 in this two night extravaganza.
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WWE Wrestlemania 40 Betting Odds, Match Card, Picks, Predictions: Cody Rhodes, Bailey Among Favorites

Wrestlemania 2024 is finally here. The stars were out at Royal Rumble in January, but all roads lead here. The primetime two-day event will take place at Lincoln Financial Field this weekend in Philadelphia. They may have to battle chilly temps on Saturday night below 45 degrees in a rare outdoor northern event for the WWE.

This isn't Florida or California like they are used to, but the grittiest wrestlers will have to battle the elements as well as their opponents. Many stars are fighting to retain their belts against favored challengers like Cody Rhodes, Drew McIntyre, and Bayley. Will they be able to steal it away from the reigning champs on Saturday and Sunday at Wrestlemania?

Let's take a look at the entire card for the Wrestlemania 40 premium live event.

WWE Wrestlemania 40 Time and Where to Watch

  • Date - Saturday, April 6, 2024 - Sunday, April 7, 2024
  • Game Time - 7:00 p.m. ET
  • Where - Lincoln Financial Field - Philadelphia, PA
  • Where to Watch - Peacock

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Wrestlemania 40 Card

Night 1 (Saturday, April 6)

  • The Rock & Roman Reigns vs. Cody Rhodes & Seth Rollins
  • Women's World Championship: Rhea Ripley (c) vs. Becky Lynch
  • Intercontinental Championship: Gunther (c) vs. Sami Zayn
  • Jey Uso vs. Jimmy Uso

Night 2 (Sunday, April 7)

  • Undisputed WWE Universal Championship: Roman Reigns (c) vs. Cody Rhodes
  • World Heavyweight Championship: Seth Rollins (c) vs. Drew McIntyre
  • WWE Women's Championship: Iyo Sky (c) vs. Bayley
  • United States Championship Triple Threat: Logan Paul (c) vs. Randy Orton vs. Kevin Owens
  • LA Knight vs. AJ Styles

Wrestlemania 40 Betting Odds, Picks, and Predictions


FighterOddsImplied Probability
Cody Rhodes-30075%
Roman Reigns+20033.3%

Cody Rhodes will take on Roman Reigns for the Undisputed WWE Universal Championship on Sunday night, after first competing in a tag team match with the Rock and Seth Rollinson Saturday. Rhodes is heavily favored to take down the champ, but his odds have fallen a bit during the week.

After previously sitting at -400 or more, he is down to -300, while Reigns has shifted from +250 to +200. He is the reigning champion after all, and is certainly capable of surviving here as an underdog. Reigns has the value here at +200 in this championship bout, and may get one more victory before his time at the top is over.

WWE Universal Championship Pick - Roman Reigns (+200)

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FighterOddsImplied Probability
Sami Zayn-15060%

Gunther will take on Sami Zayn on Saturday night for the Intercontinental Championship. Gunther holds the belt here as the reigning champion, and we are again seeing late movement come in on the champ.

Gunther was previously plus odds at +110, but has climbed to -110 on the day of the event. Meanwhile, Sami Zayn has fallen a bit from his peak at -150 to just -130. While it would have been nice to land the belt holder at plus odds, the late movement could be a sign to ride with him to retain the championship here.

WWE Intercontinental Championship Pick - Gunther (-110)


FighterOddsImplied Probability
Drew McIntyre-50083.3%
Seth Rollins+30025%

Drew McInytre will face off with Seth Rollins in the WWE World Heavyweight Championship on Sunday night. It is one of the biggest events outside of Reigns vs. Rhodes, and fans will be anxiously awaiting the results. Both of these stars are getting older, and Rollins isn't the perennial favorite that he once was.

Rollins is a +225 underdog in this one, but there has been momentum on him in recent days. He was previously +300, and has climbed with late money. It is worth a sprinkle on him as a WWE legend as he tries to retain the heavyweight belt. McIntyre is trying to steal it away, but has fallen from his peak at -500, and could get upset here by the champ.

WWE World Heavyweight Championship Pick - Rollins (+225)

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WOMEN'S WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP - Becky Lynch vs. Rhea Ripley Odds

FighterOddsImplied Probability
Becky Lynch+27526.7%
Rhea Ripley-45081.8%

Rhea Ripley will defend her belt against Becky Lynch on Saturday night in one of the first major showdowns of the Wrestlemania card. Can Ripley remain at the top in this Women's World Championship bout? She is strongly expected to do so with -450 odds, implying an over 80% chance of victory.

These odds have remained rock solid all week, and there is no late push for Becky Lynch to pull the upset. With such a heavy favorite here, it is unlikely that we see Rhea Ripley go down. Back Ripley to retain the belt in this Women's World Championship match.

Women's World Championship Pick - Rhea Ripley (C) (-450)

WOMEN'S CHAMPIONSHIP - Iyo Sky vs. Bayley Odds

FighterOddsImplied Probability
Iyo Sky+30025%

Bayley will take on Iyo Sky in the Women's Championship bout. Sky comes in as the belt holder here, but the oddsmakers are not expecting her to retain the championship. Bayley is a heavy -400 favorite to take it back, giving her a similar 80% chance as Rhea Ripley.

Just like Ripley, Bayley remains one of the biggest stars in the WWE Universe on the women's side, and that isn't going to change anytime soon. Bayley performs well in these primetime showdowns, and should have no problem unseating Sky as the favored fighter.

Women's Championship Pick - Bayley (-400)

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Peter is a sports writer focused on coverage and analysis of college football and basketball, as well as the NFL and other major sports. A graduate of the University of Missouri School of Journalism, he has been writing sports articles for over 8 years.

After working for ClutchPoints, Peter joined OddsChecker in 2023. He is a New York sports superfan and is fluent in the sports betting industry.


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