WWE Wrestlemania 36 will take place as planned. Because of course it will. Vince McMahon, who had once swept one of his dead wrestlers off the mat and continued on with a PPV, isn’t going to let a global pandemic put a stop to wrestling’s greatest spectacle.
Wrestlemania 36 isn’t going to be the great spectacle Wrestlemania’s have traditionally been. No Super Bowl-like gravitas, no mega stadiums filled with nearly 100,000 fans. It won’t even be live.
In fact, Wrestlemania 36 has already happened. The event was taped back on March 25th and 26th, and will air this weekend, April 4th and 5th on WWE Network.
It sounds rather dull. However, with it being one of the few means of entertainment due to the Coronavirus shutdown, it may actually take on greater intrigue than ever as America slowly settles into a state of boredom.
Betting on Wrestlemania is also taking place. Below is a preview of matches with the aforementioned betting odds. Sign up for an account on www.betonline.ag and use Code CLNS50 for 50% cash back on your first deposit.
Saturday, April 4th
Aleister Black (-700) vs Bobby Lashley (+400)
Dolph Ziggler (+130) vs Otis (-170)
Edge (-500) vs Randy Orton (+300)
Elias vs King Corbin (-120)
Sami Zayn (c, -200) vs Daniel Bryan (+150)
Smackdown Women’s Champ Elimination Match Winner
Sasha Banks +100
Bayley (c) +125
Lacey Evans +400
The Miz & Morrison (c, +100) vs The New Day (+300) vs The Usos (+125)
Sunday, April 5th
Becky Lynch (c, +140) vs Shayna Baszler (-180)
Brock Lesnar (c, +225) vs Drew McIntyre (-350)
Rhea Ripley (c, -175) vs Charlotte Flair (+135)
Seth Rollins (+160) vs Kevin Owens (-230)
The Fiend (-500) vs John Cena (+300)
The Undertaker (-400) vs AJ Styles (+250)