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Wrestlemania 33 Vegas Prop Bets
- Updated: March 30, 2017
The Big Valbowski is here to guide you through throwing your money at Las Vegas, in the hopes of hitting it big during this year’s Wrestlemania. The Wrestlemania 33 Vegas Prop Bets dropped today, so let’s go through them and see what we’re working with.
The Japan Guys
Will Kenny Omega make an in-ring appearance at Wrestlemania 33?
Will Kazuchika Okada make an in-ring appearance at Wrestlemania 33?
Are these the two greatest in ring performers currently wrestling outside of WWE? You could very much make that case after watching that absolutely insane match they put on in Tokyo in January. Will Vince McMahon allow New Japan Pro Wrestling any sort of free publicity, or put on one of their performers without the WWE hype machine behind it for weeks? At -7500 ($7,500 to win $100) and -15000 respectively, the price is way too high. Skip these.
Will a referee be knocked down (‘ref bump’) in any Wrestlemania 33 match?
Will a championship belt of any variety be used as a weapon a Wrestlemania 33 match?
Will a ringside chair of any variety be used as a weapon a Wrestlemania 33 match?
Will any wrestler bleed from the forehead either intentionally (‘blading’) or accidentally (‘hardway’)in a Wrestlemania 33 match?
Hammer the “Yes” across the board here. All of these things happened in one match, the Wrestlemania X-7 main event between The Rock and Stone Cold.
The Meltzer Mullet
Will any match at Wrestlemania 33 receive a ‘5 Star’ rating from Dave Meltzer of ‘The Wrestling Observer’?
Will any match at Wrestlemania 33 receive a ‘4 Star’ or higher rating from Dave Meltzer of ‘The Wrestling Observer’?
Will any match at Wrestlemania 33 receive a ‘2 Star’ rating or lower from Dave Meltzer of ‘The Wrestling Observer’?
Will any match at Wrestlemania 33 receive a ‘Dud’ or ‘minus star’ rating from Dave Meltzer of ‘The Wrestling Observer’?
The man who fancies himself the Walter Cronkite and Academy Awards of Pro Wrestling, has been rating matches since the 80’s and has a pretty high standard for Wrestlemania matches. Only two matches in Wrestlemania history have ever been rated 5 stars, (Shawn Michaels vs. Razor Ramon Ladder Match, and Bret Hart vs. Stone Cold Submission Match) and nothing this year has the stakes and storyline of either of those clashes. AJ Styles will whip a 4 star rating out of Shane O’Mac, and the RAW Women might make it two. 2 Stars or lower is seemingly a lock for the Andre the Giant Battle Royal, as they have done everything but actually say “this doesn’t matter” on air during the buildup. Brock vs. Goldberg might be the first ever Wrestlemania title match to accomplish this as well. Nothing on the card looks like a dud though, you should avoid that one.
Everybody’s favorite Wrestlemania Prop Bet
Over/Under: 4:42 for Undertaker’s Entrance
This is measured from the first gong hit, until the music has completely cut.
Here is the chart of the last 5 years, which is how this line was set:
A short (relatively speaking), to the point entrance at Wrestlemania 29 and 30 was traditional of The Streak. We should have known something was up in New Orleans when the longest entrance of the last 5 years happened. 31 was his comeback, and 32 was rumored to be his final match. With that rumor swirling yet again this year, I’m inclined to hammer the Over here. He’s older, which means he’ll be walking slower, and they will be pulling out all of the theatrics as the production’s just get more and more impressive by the year.
Print out your Wrestlemania Scorecard, place your bets RotoStreeters, and check back tomorrow for more Wrestlemania coverage.