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REVEALED: Find out what historic prediction bookies are making for WrestleMania 35

WrestleMania takes place on April 7

WrestleMania has become one of the biggest entertainment events on the planet, smashing pay-per view and box office records over the years, but could the 35th instalment of the WWE’s annual mega-show become a ground-breaking event?

34 WrestleManias have come and gone and all 34 have been headlined by male performers, but if the bookmakers are right then it will be the women who get to bring the curtain down on this year’s event, which will take place at MetLife Stadium on April 7.

WWE have been pushing the “women’s evolution” for the past couple of years and it gained momentum just over a year ago when they signed former UFC champion Ronda Rousey to a deal that grabbed mainstream attention across the globe.

Rousey delivered in spectacular fashion in her first in-ring performance, stealing the show as she teamed up with former Olympic gold medallist Kurt Angle to take on Triple H and Stephanie McMahon in a mixed tag team match, but the big question was could she top that?

Many though the former mixed martial artist’s second WrestleMania appearance would come against Charlotte Flair, the daughter of WWE legend Ric, and although it does appear as though they will meet on the ‘grandest stage of the them all’, it looks as though they could be joined in the ring by another performer for a triple threat match.

Becky Lynch’s popularity has exploded over the past 12 months and ‘The Man’ has become the WWE’s hottest property with fans across the globe rallying behind the Irish star, who had long been overlooked in favour of Flair, Sasha Banks and Bayley.

Lynch has become must-see viewing every week on both RAW and Smackdown, and although the current storyline suggests she will not be in action at WrestleMania it is expected to play out where she forces her way into the match.

And given her popularity, and the praise she has been receiving from some big names in the industry, it appears as though not only will Lynch take on Rousey and Flair in New York, she will do it in the first ever women’s match to main event WrestleMania.

Bookmaker Unibet is just 1/16 that the combination of Lynch, Flair and Rousey will be the last match on the card, with odds of 10/1 that Flair is bumped and leaves Lynch and Rousey to go one-on-one in the last bout of the night.

Brock Lesnar v Seth Rollins for the Universal Championship, at 10/1, is the only other match shorter than 20s, with the bookmaker 25/1 that WWE decides to end the event with Triple H taking on Hollywood star Dave Bautista (Batista), who recently returned to Monday Night RAW.

Latest Unibet Odds

To Be Last Match Of WrestleMania: 1/16 Becky Lynch v Charlotte Flair v Ronda Rousey, 10/1 Brock Lesnar v Seth Rollins, 10/1 Ronda Rousey v Becky Lynch, 20/1 Charlotte Flair v Ronda Rousey, 20/1 Daniel Bryan v Kofi Kingston, 25/1 Batista v Triple H, 33/1 Any match featuring The Undertaker, 33/1 Daniel Bryan v John Cena, 40/1 Any match featuring The Rock.

PLEASE NOTE: Bet refers to the exact combination of participants advertised to compete in the match that starts last on the show. Settlement will be based on the card as advertised 24 hours before the start of the specified event and will disregard any previous or subsequent announcements as much as the match actually takes place. Impromptu/unannounced matches will not be taken into consideration for settlement purposes. Bets will remain valid in case of multi-person matches and regardless of any changes to previously advertised match stipulations as much as these do not involve a change from the advertised participants. Stakes will be refunded if the event is cancelled, moved for more than 7 days than the originally scheduled date and/or moved to a different location. Bets placed after any announcement on any WWE/official social media platform will be declared void. No refunds on non-starters. Others on request.

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