WWE latest news: WrestleMania 32 betting lines released; Triple H still champ despite being pinned by Ambrose


The betting lines for the World Wrestling Entertainment’s grandest spectacle of the year WrestleMania 32 have been released.

The said event will be taking place at the AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas on April 3rd. And according to 5Dimes (via Cageside Seats), three of the night’s major matches have already been predicted, as far as betting odds go.

For the main event world heavyweight title match between champion Triple H and former champion Roman Reigns, the betting lines actually have the champ as the +365 underdog while the challenger is the -555 favorite.

Triple H won his 14th overall world heavyweight title during the Royal Rumble in January, when he eliminated Dean Ambrose.

Another notable match of the night would be that of the Undertaker against Shane McMahon. The younger McMahon made his RAW return in February, demanding for control for the said brand.

His father and company head honcho Vince McMahon agreed but on one condition: that his son should first face the Undertaker in Hell in a Cell at WrestleMania.

For the said match, the Undertaker opened as the -300 favorite, while McMahon is the +200 underdog.

The other match is the street fight between former heavyweight champion Brock Lesnar and Dean Ambrose. The making of the match stemmed from their previous encounter on the RAW episode right after Fastlane 2016 on February 21st. 

For the said match, Lesnar opened up as the -335 underdog, while Ambrose is the +245 favorite.

Meanwhile, Triple H was able to retain his title, despite losing the three-count to Dean Ambrose at the recently concluded Roadblock event over the weekend.

In a report by Sean Rueter for Cageside Seats, both Ambrose and Triple H “displayed good chemistry” inside the ring, making it a toss-up. Ambrose, however, was able to get a three-count from the referee as he pinned Triple H, but was eventually waved off, as the referee noted that his feet were under the ropes.

In the end, Triple H landed his patented Pedigree finish to seal the deal in his favor.