WWE Betting Odds

You might not realise it but betting on WWE is growing in popularity here at Bet UK – so we’re here to show you how it works! From placing wagers on the Royal Rumble odds through to Wrestlemania main events, it’s time to take a deep dive into WWE betting.

There’s plenty to get stuck into. Wrestling may be a pre-scripted sport but no-one knows the outcome of WWE matches until the referee delivers that three-count. Perhaps you want to bet on Roman Reigns or Seth Rollins, back FTR for tag team wins, or love watching old timers like The Rock, John Cena and Rey Mysterio do their thing? No matter who your favourite wrestlers are, we’ve got WWE odds for you.

This guide will explain how a wrestling bet works, what bets are possible, and the process for being paid out your winnings.

How WWE betting works

Let’s start with the easy stuff. WWE betting works like any other sport. You place wagers predominantly on who you think will win matches. If they win, you win your bet.

Let’s say you wager £10 on Roman Reigns to beat Gunther on Smackdown, at odds of 2/1. Reigns forces Gunther into a submission, and you win your bet! In this instance, you’ll win £20 + your £10 stake = £30.

This is exactly the same as if you wagered on football, cricket, NFL, or any other sport at Bet UK. You can find all the latest WWE odds in the Bet UK pro wrestling sportsbook, where every upcoming match from the biggest events are live for punters to follow.

What about WWE match fixing?

Of course, WWE is scripted. But that doesn’t mean you can’t bet on the outcome. After all, the outcome of all WWE matches is a closely-guarded secret and sometimes the wrestlers don’t even know the result until minutes before they take to the ring.

Bet UK strives to set realistic WWE betting odds on every contest, taking into account wrestler superiority, their likely storyline, and whether they’re a fan favourite or a heel.

Best WWE betting odds

Bet UK specialises in delivering top WWE betting odds ahead of the biggest events, such as Wrestlemania, Royal Rumble, Money in the Bank and Backlash. These pay-per-view events attract millions of wrestling betting fans, and are where we place our focus.

Betting on WWE prioritises results of the biggest matches at these PPV events. Therefore the odds reflect the chances of each wrestler in winning what could be their greatest ever contest.

Our odds are respective, competitive and pay out swiftly once WWE publish its match results.

Understanding settled WWE bets

Wrestling is one of those sports where the match result can change hours, days or even weeks after the bell. That’s because storylines change and wrestlers can be denied big victories at a later date. It doesn’t happen often but, like in horse racing, there are occasions where the official result changes.

So, our policy at Bet UK is the pay out for the match winner at the time of the contest’s completion, just like in horse racing.

Our T&Cs state: Results settled according to first official result declared by at the end of the live broadcast, irrespective of the method of victory and/or eventual title changes, given that a winner can be determined based on the declared result. Bets void in cases should the listed match not take place during the event and/or should said match include any changes to the advertised participants.

Wrestlemania odds

The biggest wrestling betting event of the year comes at Wrestlemania, when the World Heavyweight Championship, Tag Team Championship and Women's World Championship are often fought over.

Bet UK offers extensive Wrestlemania betting odds that reflect the true chances of each personality winning their fights. This can be difficult to predict when WWE has a tendency to create upsets – but it’s what makes the sport so exciting!

Who remembers Brock Lesnar beating the Undertaker, or Triple H rumbling Booker T? WWE can produce big surprises that not everyone likes.

Be sure to check the Bet UK odds for Wrestlemania betting in the lead-up to the event, for the latest markets and match-ups.

Royal Rumble odds

The one big change to the WWE betting calendar comes ahead of the Royal Rumble, when bettors can wager on who will win the biggest contest on the planet. The Rock, Seth Rollins, Triple H, Roman Reigns, Steve Austin, Shawn Michaels – the very best have won the Royal Rumble. But does anyone remember Alberto Del Rio, Shinsuke Nakamura or Sheamus winning it?

WWE can deliver shock results when it comes to Royal Rumble betting, and punters can wager on every entrant. Of course, it’s a lot harder to pick a winner here, and many opt for either the big favourite or a rank outsider.

But here’s a tip. Rarely does WWE give a total outsider the honour of winning the Royal Rumble. So, it’s worth watching the build-up to the event, seeing which Smackdown and RAW wrestlers are bubbling under the surface, and checking out the Royal Rumble odds to see their chances of winning.

Edge in 2021 was the perfect example. A famous name who was trying to burst back into the spotlight, the script writers kept Edge back until Royal Rumble time. He was 11/1 in the WWE Royal Rumble odds before the contest. And what a result it was when he eliminated Randy Orton for the win!

WWE Betting FAQs:

Can you bet on WWE?

Yes. You can bet on WWE with Bet UK and get access to great odds. Bet on superstars like Roman Reigns and Seth Rollins, and wager on the biggest PPV events like Wrestlemania and Royal Rumble odds.

Can you bet on Royal Rumble?

Yes. You can access Royal Rumble betting odds at Bet UK and wager on every participant of the big event.

How are WWE bets calculated?

WWE bets are calculated within a sportsbook by odds setters, who look at past results, storylines and potential diversions to set accurate WWE odds. Of course, there’s never a guarantee of knowing what will happen when the wrestlers take to the ring!

What happens to my WWE bet if the result changes?

Your WWE bet is valid as soon as WWE publishes the full results after the event. Just like in horse racing, if there is a change to the result after the official publication then your winning bet still stands.

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