The final betting odds for the second night of WWE WrestleMania 39 have been released and they suggest that Cody Rhodes is the favorite to win the Undisputed WWE Universal Championship in the main event. They also suggest a huge upset in the Hell in a Cell match.

The odds also show that the Raw Women’s Championship and the Intercontinental Championship, are expected to remain with their current champions, Bianca Belair and Gunther.

According to BetOnline, Rhodes has a -800 chance of winning, while current champion Roman Reigns has a +450 chance of retaining the title. This suggests that Rhodes is heavily favored to win the match and become the new champion.

Bianca Belair is favored to retain her RAW Women’s Championship, with odds of -130. Her opponent, Asuka, has odds of +110.


In the Intercontinental Championship match, current champion Gunther has odds of -130, while Sheamus has odds of +150 and Drew McIntyre has odds of +330. This suggests that Gunther is favored to retain the title.

The Hell in a Cell match between Edge and ‘Demon’ Finn Balor has odds of -120 for both wrestlers, suggesting that the match could go either way. The singles match between Brock Lesnar and Omos has Lesnar as the clear favorite, with odds of -600, while Omos has odds of +350.

Finally, the Women’s WrestleMania Showcase Match has Ronda Rousey and Shayna Baszler as heavy favorites, with odds of -2000. Their opponents, Raquel Rodriguez & Liv Morgan, Natalya & Shotzi, and Sonya Deville & Chelsea Green, have odds of +300, +1000, and +1200, respectively.

While the odds are not always an accurate predictor of the outcome of a match, they can provide some insight into the perceived favorites and underdogs. Fans will have to tune in to WWE WrestleMania 39 Sunday to see how the matches actually play out.

What are your thoughts on the final betting odds for the second night of WWE WrestleMania 39? Do you agree with the predictions, or do you think there will be any surprises? Leave a comment.

Steve Carrier

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