Roman Reigns Most Favorite To Headline WrestleMania 36, CM Punk vs Triple H Tops The List

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The Road To WrestleMania officially kicks off next month with WWE’s first pay-per-view of the new year, Royal Rumble, and betting odds for the Show Of Shows have already begun surfacing in the betting forums.

According to Sky Bet, Roman Reigns is the most favorite Superstar to main event WrestleMania 36. This shouldn’t come off as a surprise given The Big Dog was previously reported to receive a major push this ‘Mania season.

In fact, Reigns has three possible opponents lined up for The Grandest Stage Of Them All and all three matches are solid headliners for the biggest pay-per-view of 2020.

At WrestleMania 35, Reigns defeated Drew McIntyre in one of the regular matches on the card. Since then, he has completely stayed away from the world title picture, but reports suggest that The Big Dog is very likely to be involved in the Universal Title feud on The Road To WrestleMania, meaning his opponent for the April 5th show would be none other than “The Fiend” Bray Wyatt.

Meanwhile, the WWE Universe is still optimistic about CM Punk‘s potential return to the ring this WrestleMania season despite The Second City Saint showing minimal interest towards the matter.

Punk’s new role as a guest analyst on WWE Backstage has seen him fire shots at several Superstars and opening the door to possible feuds in the process, but it’s very unlikely for him to actually step back in the WWE ring given he is yet to publicly restore his relationship with The McMahon Family.

Amidst all the mystery surrounding Punk’s in-ring return, Sky Bet betting odds list Triple H as the most favorite opponent for The Voice Of Voiceless at WrestleMania 36. The Game is closely followed by Seth Rollins who has already demanded and teased a ‘Mania showdown with Punk over the past several weeks.

Given Punk and Triple H share real-life heat owing to the former’s unceremonious firing from WWE 5 years ago, it would be exciting to see both men taking on one another in the most legitimate feud in recent pro wrestling history.