Wrestlemania 33 Odds For The Main Events - The biggest event on the World Wrestling Entertainment Corporation's calendar hits this Sunday, April 2nd as we get hit with Wrestlemania 33.

The WWE title will be disputed by champion Bray Wyatt and challenger Randy Orton as their feud has been built up for a long time and the convoluted path leads to the main event of Wrestlemania. The odds are tight on this one as Orton has held the belt more than a dozen times and he may get another*run with the belt, but Wyatt would make an interesting champion if his reign were to extend itself.

Brock Lesnar is heavily favored to walk out as Universal Champion, putting an end to legendary 50 year old Goldberg's six month return. Goldberg has been carefully guided in his return and though he has two wins over Lesnar and had several memorable appearances, his action time in the ring has been severely limited. Nevertheless they generated a lot of cash and hype behind Goldberg, but it is believed his contract is up after this Sunday's show.

Speaking of legendary 50 year olds, the Undertaker is back for what is being called his retirement bout, his last match ever. he is facing today's biggest star and that is Roman Reigns and what is expected is that Reigns will become just the second man to beat the Undertaker, lining up a Wretlemania 34 date with the other man to beat the Undertaker, Brock Lesnar.

Wrestlemania 33 Odds For The Main Events
Bray Wyatt vs Randy Orton - WWE Championship
Bray Wyatt (end of broadcast ruling) +160
Randy Orton (end of broadcast ruling) -210

Brock Lesnar vs Goldberg - WWE Universal Championship
Brock Lesnar (end of broadcast ruling) -2750
Goldberg (end of broadcast ruling) +1250

The Undertaker vs Roman Reigns - Singles Match
The Undertaker (end of broadcast ruling) +300
Roman Reigns (end of broadcast ruling) -420

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