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How can I bet on WrestleMania?

If it’s still real to you, you might not want to read the rest of this article.

WWE Superstar Titus O’Neal walks the red carpet at the Kentucky Derby on May 4, 2019 Derby Celebrity 20. Maggie Huber/Special to Courier Journal

It’s the most wonderful time of the year for fans of professional grappling, and there’s one question oft-repeated: Can you bet on WrestleMania?

Well if you think about professional wrestling like this guy below... we have some bad news.

P.S.: The guy in that clip has a totally endearing Twitter account with the handle @StillRealDave and he seems terrific.

The outcomes of WWE matches are often, shall we say, pre-determined. I know, we were devastated when we found out as well. Take a moment if you need one.

But that does mean that regulated US markets won’t allow you to bet on WrestleMania outcomes or any other sports entertainment event. However there is still a way to have a sweat and that’s with DraftKings Sportsbook’s two WrestleMania 37 free-to-play pools!

There are two pools, one for each night of the 2021 Showcase of The Immortals, and if you make enough correct picks across the eight questions, you can go home with your share of $25,000 in cash each night with no downside to you!

The Day 1 pool features the steel cage match between Braun Strowman and Shane McMahon, as well as the Smackdown Women’s Championship between Sasha Banks and Bianca Belair.

The Day 2 pool has the WWE Universal Championship Match between Roman Reigns, Edge, and Daniel Bryan, plus the Raw Women’s Championship between Asuka and Rhea Ripley.

So make sure to get in on the complimentary action from DK above, and have a vested interest in the outcome with no capital outlay. We promise the money you win will be still real to you!