Tuesday, 17 April 2018

Opening And Closing Odds For The WWE Superstar Shakeup 2018

We're a few minutes away from the start of tonight's episode of WWE Raw and I thought I'd publish this post with all the opening and closing odds for the Superstar Shakeup, which begins tonight and will conclude tomorrow night on Smackdown.

The markets closed at 7PM BST on Monday evening.

As covered in a series of posts since Saturday, the selections that were cut are:


  • Charlotte Flair to Raw from 1/2 to 1/4
  • Asuka to Smackdown from 4/6 to 1/3
  • Sasha Banks to Smackdown from 3/4 into 1/2
  • Becky Lynch to Raw from 17/20 into 11/20


Superstar Shakeup 2018 Betting Odds

The markets were available on the websites that publish betting odds from Kambi. You can view a couple of them below.


Monday, 16 April 2018

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Becky Lynch's Odds Cut In Superstar Shakeup Betting

Becky Lynch's odds to be one of the WWE athletes affected by this week's Superstar Shakeup have dropped.

The Lasskicker is now 11/20 to make the move from the Smackdown brand to Raw. Her price had been 17/20 ever since the market was published over the weekend.

In this morning's post, I mentioned that Charlotte Flair, Asuka and Sasha Banks have had price cuts since yesterday.

Latest Superstar Shakeup Betting Odds

There are three selections whose odds have dropped in betting markets for this week's Superstar Shakeup.

On Saturday, the Kambi oddsmakers put up a couple of markets where customers could place wagers on wrestlers from Smackdown moving over to Raw and vice versa. I've checked in a few times since they were published, but it was only upon this morning's visit where I've noticed adjustments.

Charlotte Flair's price to be flipped back to Raw - after moving to Smackdown in last year's Shakeup - has been cut from 1/2 into 1/4.

Flair moving over to Raw would be a way to prepare her to tangle with Ronda Rousey at WrestleMania 35 - a match that is reportedly in the plans for April 2019.

In the comments section of the most recent Superstar Shakeup post, a commenter mentioned that, to get to Flair versus Rousey, a Royal Rumble win for the former could easily set it up. It could. However, I don't think WWE would want Rousey challenging for Smackdown's title so Flair moving back to Raw would make the most sense.

Whether it's tonight is another thing entirely.


On the subject of Flair - her WrestleMania 34 opponent, Asuka, has been backed to move over to Smackdown.

The Empress of Tomorrow has dropped from 4/6 into 1/3 and is now the favourite in Kambi's market. Jumping ahead of Seth Rollins and The Miz.



Another name who has been cut is Sasha Banks. She has fallen to 1/2 from 3/4 putting her in joint-second along with the aforementioned Rollins and Miz.

I have placed a bet on Banks moving over to the blue brand. I think there's a good chance she or Bayley will head to Smackdown. It would explain why WWE is giving away a singles match between them on tonight's show. 

Other bets I've placed. These aren't tips, just small wagers I've placed for this week's show.

Becky Lynch to Raw - I think she has done everything at Smackdown and would make for a change to see her on a different show.

Finn Balor to Smackdown  - No real reason other than the new environment idea.

Randy Orton to Raw - I am not as strong on this one, but think he needs a change of environment as well. It would also add intrigue to his upcoming match against US Champion, Jinder Mahal, with the title potentially moving to a different brand. With that said, Mahal could be on Raw and it'll be Orton's job to try and retrieve the title for Smackdown. This is why the pick isn't as strong.

Samoa Joe to Smackdown - This was an idea given to me last night. What if Reigns is Universal Champion for Backlash and the story is Joe could take the strap to Smackdown? It's the same sort of idea for the US Championship with Orton and Mahal and would explain why the company has announced matches for the PPV as soon as the Monday and Tuesday following Mania. 

We'll see how well they fare over the next couple of nights.


Sunday, 15 April 2018

2019 WWE Women's Royal Rumble Betting Odds

Kambi's betting market for the 2019 Women's Royal Rumble was published yesterday.

Ronda Rousey has been installed as an even money favourite. Next on the list is her rumoured WrestleMania 35 opponent, Charlotte Flair, at 9/4.

All of the prices can be found in the image below.

2019 WWE Women's Royal Rumble Betting Odds

I checked in with the markets before posting. The prices remain unchanged from yesterday. The latest can be found on the websites that publish Kambi's WWE odds.


WWE Conqueror Betting 2018/19

A little under a week ago, the oddsmakers from Kambi installed a handful of 'Conqueror' betting markets that will see us through to - at most - 2019.

These markets were similar to the Conqueror bets I covered last year where punters can place wagers on the time-frame when and the person who next defeats certain wrestlers.

The current markets are specific to Braun Strowman, Daniel Bryan and Ronda Rousey.

As mentioned earlier, they first went up last Sunday. I was able to note the prices but, with my focus on WrestleMania odds, I made the decision to wait until the next cycle to write about them.

Kambi republished the markets yesterday. In this post, I'll write about all of these specials and note how the current odds differ from a week ago.

Before I begin properly, I think it's important to note the rules. They're listed in the image below.

Kambi Conquerors Betting Rules

The important bit is - For action, the match has to be a singles, advertised at least twenty-fours ahead of the result (unless it's a Money in the Bank cash-in) and the loss must be decided on pinfall, submission (includes passing out) or referee stoppage.

Braun  Strowman

Date of Braun Strowman's Next Defeat in a Singles Match
When it first went live, the options to bet on the time-frame when Braun Strowman suffers his next loss had 'SummerSlam 2018' and 'No Defeat Until After WrestleMania 35 Or Later' joint 6/4 favourites.

Kambi Conquerors - Date Of Braun Strowman's Next Defeat

The prices remain as they were back then.

I believe the selection where you can bet on Strowman not suffering a loss until after WrestleMania is far too short. He's bound to lose a match by then. Unless, of course, if the plan is for Strowman to go on a reign of terror all the way to Mania.

Next Person To Defeat Braun Strowman
Even though the 'Date' market has been stationary, the one where customers can choose to back the individual who scores the next decision over Strowman in a singles match has had price fluctuations.

Kambi Conquerors - Next To Defeat Braun Strowman

The most notable shifts have been on AJ Styles (7/1 to 6/1), Triple H (12/1 to 10/1) and Randy Orton (20/1 to 15/1).

Interestingly, two of the names - as of today - are on a different brand to Strowman. The other, Triple H, could still enter into a feud with Strowman as this was teased at the end of last year's Survivor Series. With that said, the right result - if Strowman were to ever square off against Triple H - should be for Strowman to go over.

Daniel Bryan

The second wrestler covered in these markets is Daniel Bryan, who made his in-ring return last week and - per this week's storyline - is back on the Smackdown roster.

Date of Daniel Bryan's Next Defeat in a Singles Match
Unlike the Strowman time-frame market, the one for Daniel Bryan has changed since Sunday.

Kambi Conquerors - Date Of Daniel Bryan's Next Loss

The selections that have been cut are for Bryan to lose 'Between Day After Money in the Bank, But Before SummerSlam' and 'During SummerSlam'. The former has been cut from 5/1 into 4/1, while the latter was snipped from 2/1 into 6/4.

Next Person To Defeat Daniel Bryan
The market where customers can have bet on the person who next scores a decision over Bryan in a singles match hasn't changed since the market was first written up.

Kambi Conquerors - Next To Defeat Daniel Bryan

Shinsuke Nakamura is a 6/4 favourite. I sure would like to see that match...

Ronda Rousey

Date of Ronda Rousey's Next Defeat in a Singles Match
When the market - where customers can bet on the date of Ronda Rousey's next defeat - was published, the options to bet on 'Before Or During Money in the Bank' and 'During SummerSlam' were 5/2 each. They have since been cut to 9/4.

Kambi Conquerors - Date Of Ronda Rousey's Loss

'No Defeat Until After End Of WrestleMania 35' is an even money favourite. It has stayed at this price.

If done right - there's those famous words again - the only selections worth considering are the two at the bottom. Rousey should go on a undefeated streak for the entire year. Or longer!

Next Person To Defeat Ronda Rousey
There have been six performers whose odds have been cut in the market where customers can bet on the opponent that delivers Rousey her loss.

Kambi Conquerors - Next To Defeat Ronda Rousey

Charlotte Flair, who is rumoured to be Rousey's planned opponent for WrestleMania 35, has been cut from 9/4 into 5/4.

Stephanie McMahon, who lost to Rousey at Mania and was then in an angle the following night where Rousey injured her again, has been halved from 4/1.

Ember Moon went from 25/1 to 10/1. I guess this is a byproduct of Moon being brought up to the main roster and being on the same brand as Rousey (I highly doubt either wrestler will move in next week's Superstar Shakeup).

Other selections that have dropped are Sasha Banks (12/1 to 10/1), Mickie James (20/1 to 15/1) and Naomi (40/1 to 15/1).

Of the selections that have drifted out the big story is last week's favourite, Asuka, now out at 5/2 following her loss to Charlotte Flair at WrestleMania.

As per usual, I'll follow the markets and post regular updates along the way.


Saturday, 14 April 2018

2019 WWE Hall Of Fame Betting Update For April 14th (2018)

As noted last Sunday, the Kambi oddsmakers have opened a book where customers can have a bet on who they believe will be the headline act of the 2019 WWE Hall of Fame ceremony.

There have been a few adjustments made since these markets were installed. Therefore, in today's post, I'll bring you up to speed.

WWE Hall of Fame 2019 Betting

Here are some notes about the selections that have been cut since the market first opened.

  • The Undertaker was a 4/6 favourite last week, but has now been cut into 3/5
  • Batista has been lowered from 3s into 5/2
  • I can understand why Paul Heyman's odds have moved in. It's because he's local to the New Jersey/New York area and I guess a punter (or more) has had a speculative wager. I can't see him being inducted next year. Nor can I see him being a headliner any year. His price has dipped from 12/1 into 10/1
  • Vince McMahon has fallen from 20/1 into 12s

The names that have drifted out are:

  • Daniel Bryan from 3/1 to 5/1
  • Taz from 25/1 to 33/1
  • Scott Steiner from 33/1 to 40/1
Prices were correct as of the time of writing. The latest can be found on the websites that publish betting odds from Kambi.


Charlotte Flair .vs. Ronda Rousey Now Betting Favourite To Be Mania 35 Main Event

Charlotte Flair versus Ronda Rousey is the new favourite in a betting market where Kambi customers can place wagers on the bout they think will headline WrestleMania 35.

I wrote about the market last Sunday in the hours leading up to WrestleMania 34. In the post, I noted that Rousey versus Asuka was a 6/4 favourite and I had a bet on it. I later regretted the bet after witnessing Asuka fail in her quest to defeat Charlotte Flair for the Smackdown Women's Championship and - as a result of this - lose her undefeated streak.

In this week's issue of the Wrestling Observer Newsletter, Dave Meltzer noted that there has been talk of Flair versus Rousey being the main attraction for next year's event in New Jersey, so it's understandable to see the match moved from 5/1 into 1/2.

Last week's fave has been pushed out to 4/1.

You can view all the latest odds, and their previous numbers, in the table below.

WrestleMania 35 Main Event Betting Odds

It wasn't only the potential Charlotte Flair .vs. Ronda Rousey match that has been cut. Others to move down are Daniel Bryan .vs. Shinsuke Nakamura (3/1 to 2/1), Daniel Bryan .vs. Roman Reigns (4/1 to 3/1), Any Match Featuring The Undertaker (7/1 to 5/1) and Daniel Bryan .vs. Braun Strowman (12/1 to 10/1).

All bets will be settled on the final match at WrestleMania 35 on April 7th 2019.


Kambi Releases Greatest Royal Rumble Markets

The oddsmakers at Kambi have priced up a number of markets for the Greatest Royal Rumble.

They have an outright market where clients can place wagers on the winner of the fifty-man battle royal. Braun Strowman and Daniel Bryan have been installed as joint-favourites. You can find them both at 4/1.

There are also match odds for the bouts that are scheduled to take place on the card.

Seth Rollins is a 3/5 favourite to still be holding the Intercontinental Championship at the conclusion of the fatal four-way ladder match against The Miz (3/1), Finn Balor (5/1) and Samoa Joe (13/2).

John Cena is 11/20 for his singles match against Triple H (5/4).

WWE Smackdown Tag Team Champions - The Bludgeon Brothers - are 1/3 for the defence of their straps against former titleholders, The Usos (2/1).

The Undertaker and Chris Jericho are also booked to wrestle in a casket match on the night. Taker is a 1/2 favourite while Jericho - who has replaced the originally listed Rusev - is 7/5.

WWE Universal Champion, Brock Lesnar, is 5/2 to overcome Roman Reigns in a steel cage match. If you think Reigns will finally get the W against Lesnar, you're looking at 1/4.

The Greatest Royal Rumble will take place from Saudi Arabia on Friday April 27th.


WWE Superstar Shakeup Betting Odds Published

The Kambi oddsmakers have published betting markets where customers can bet on next week's Superstar Shakeup which will see talent from Raw move over to Smackdown and vice versa.

The market where punters can have a wager on a Smackdown roster member making their way to Raw has both Charlotte Flair and Jinder Mahal as 1/2 joint-favourites.

Superstar Shakeup 2018 Betting Odds Smackdown to Raw

It is interesting to see Charlotte at the top of the list. I suppose the oddsmaker has done this because it would allow Flair and Ronda Rousey to be on the same brand to build up to WrestleMania 35, if Flair .vs. Rousey is the direction.

The other market - where you can bet on the wrestlers that move from Raw to Smackdown - has Seth Rollins and The Miz as 1/2 joint-favourites.

Superstar Shakeup 2018 Betting Odds Raw to Smackdown

The bookmaker having The Miz at the top of his list makes one believe that he is hoping for the former Intercontinental Champion to move back to Smackdown in order to reignite his feud with Daniel Bryan. With that said, the oddsmaker has Bryan a second-favourite to move to Raw.

For these bets to be settled accordingly, the wrestlers' moves have to be done on the live broadcast of the respective programme.

The blurb can be viewed below:


Odds correct as of the time of posting. Images from Mr Green.

Friday, 13 April 2018

2 More GRR Match Markets Published

Sky Bet has added more match market to its coverage of the next major WWE show - Greatest Royal Rumble.

The oddsmakers have installed Seth Rollins as an 8/11 favourite to retain the Intercontinental Championship in the fatal four-way ladder match.

Previous titleholder, The Miz, is a 10/3 second-favourite. He's followed by Finn Balor at 5/1 and then Samoa Joe at 6s.

They've also priced up a Universal Championship market for the steel cage match.

Brock Lesnar is 4/1 to repeat what he did at this past Sunday's WrestleMania and retain his strap against the favourite, Roman Reigns (1/7).

I published a post yesterday noting that the betting firm had installed prices for the fifty-man Royal Rumble.

Odds correct as of 7PM BST. Thanks to Nate for the heads up.

Angle/Rousey .vs. HHH/McMahon Wins Highest Rated Mania 34 Match Betting And More

Ronda Rousey's debut outing as a WWE wrestler - at this past Sunday's WrestleMania 34 - turned out to be a successful one. Not only inside the ring, but also in the pages of the Wrestling Observer Newsletter.

Dave Meltzer, editor of the famous publication, gave Rousey and Kurt Angle versus Triple H and Stephanie McMahon four-and-a-half stars in his review of WWE's biggest event of the year.

It wasn't a surprise to see the match given high praise when I read the issue, which came out in the early hours of this morning. I felt it was the best match of the night. As did many others.

The match that came close to it was Charlotte Flair's upset victory over Asuka. It received four stars from the reviewer.

With the issue now out, the oddsmakers from Kambi will settle all of their Wrestling Observer Star Ratings betting markets that were available to customers during the WrestleMania betting frenzy.

Those that backed the mixed tag team match in the 'Highest Rated Match' market are looking to have their bets settled at 15/1.

Not bad.

Highest Rated Match At WrestleMania 34 Betting


It's difficult to see whether anybody backed it, though. From the betting you could tell that the punters had hoped the WWE Championship contest between AJ Styles and Shinsuke Nakamura would be graded highly. This selection opened at 1/3, but was backed into 27/100.

As noted, the 'Highest Rated Match' market wasn't the only Wrestling Observer Newsletter themed market available over the weekend. Customers could have also placed wagers on Over/Under propositions and two new specials that made their debut.

Over/Unders

The concept of the Over/Under goes like this - the bookmaker sets a guess at how the match will be received by the Newsletter's editor. The customers can then bet whether the line is too high, too low or just right.

Here's how the markets looked across the weekend for matches on Sunday's card. No Over/Unders were published for the two battle royals.

Cedric Alexander .vs. Mustafa Ali
Cesdric Alexander's WWE Cruiserweight Championship victory over Mustafa Ali was awarded three stars by Meltzer.

Cruiserweight Championship
Over 3.75 Stars
Exactly 3.75 Stars
Under 3.75 Stars
6/4 8:45am
21/20
8/5
23/20
8/4 9:00PM
"
"
"

The bookies had the line set at 3.75 stars. The 'Over' was favoured, but it was obviously the 'Under' - at 23/20 - which won here.

The Miz .vs. Seth Rollins .vs. Finn Balor
Seth Rollins' Intercontinental Championship win in the triple threat match received three-and-a-half stars in the review. This was given a line of four stars when the market was published, so - once again - the 'Under' struck here.

Intercontinental Championship
Over 4 Stars
Exactly 4 Stars
Under 4 Stars
6/4 8:45am
6/5
7/5
23/20
8/4 9PM
11/10
"
5/4
CLOSED
"
"
"

As you can see the 'Over 4 Stars' was priced at 6/5, but had been backed into 11/10 by 9PM BST on Sunday evening. It stayed at this number right up until the bell to start the match.

Charlotte Flair .vs. Asuka
As I mentioned earlier in this post, the WWE Smackdown Women's Championship match was given four stars meaning it won silver.

Smackdown Women's Championship
Over 3.75 Stars
Exactly 3.75 Stars
Under 3.75 Stars
6/4 8:45am
13/10
8/5
19/20
CLOSED
"
"
"

The line was set at 3.75 Stars and stayed with the eventual winner at 13/10 throughout the entire weekend.

Randy Orton .vs. Rusev .vs. Jinder Mahal .vs. Bobby Roode
The fatal four-way for the US Championship, which was won by Jinder Mahal, was given a line of three stars when odds were published.

US Championship
Over 3 Stars
Exactly 3 Stars
Under 3 Stars
6/4 8:45am
7/4
6/4
3/4
7/4 9:45AM
"
"
"
8/4 11:30AM
8/5
33/20
"
11:20PM
6/5
37/20
9/10
CLOSED
"
"
"

The bettors were keen on the match going over the line as 7/4 dropped to 8/5 by Sunday morning and had descended to 6/5 before the PPV.
The reviewer gave the match two-and-three-quarter stars, so the result went against the action.

Kurt Angle and Ronda Rousey .vs. Triple H and Stephanie McMahon
The match of the night was given a line of two-and-a-half stars. The punters thought it was set too high and backed the 'Under'. We know how this one went.

Mixed Tag
Over 2.5 Stars
Exactly 2.5 Stars
Under 2.5 Stars
6/4 8:45am
6/4
33/20
4/5
8/4 11:30AM
"
7/4
3/4
CLOSED
"
"
"

The winning selection turned out to be the 'Over'. Despite the 'Under' being cut, it stayed at 6/4 all through the weekend.

The Usos .vs. The Bludgeon Brothers .vs. The New Day
Smackdown's triple threat match for the brand's tag team straps was given two stars. It fell below Kambi's line of three-and-a-half.


Smackdown Tags
Over 3.5 Stars
Exactly 3.5 Stars
Under 3.5 Stars
6/4 8:45am
11/10
8/5
11/10
CLOSED
"
"
"


The Undertaker .vs. John Cena
The Undertaker's short win over John Cena was given one-and-a-quarter stars. This was the second-lowest rated bout of the night.

Cena .vs. Undertaker
Over 3 Stars
Exactly 3 Stars
Under 3 Stars
6/4 8:45am
7/4
7/5
4/5
CLOSED
"
"
"

The line was set at three stars. The market was stationary from the open to close with the eventual winning selection at 4/5.

Daniel Bryan and Shane McMahon .vs. Kevin Owens and Sami Zayn
Daniel Bryan's return, as a tag team partner of Shane McMahon, to take on Kevin Owens and Sami Zayn had a line of three-and-a-half stars. 

Bryan and McMahon .vs. Owens and Zayn
Over 3.5 Stars
Exactly 3.5 Stars
Under 3.5 Stars
6/4 8:45am
13/10
8/5
19/20
CLOSED
"
"
"

The oddsmakers had the line spot on as Meltzer did indeed give it three-and-a-half.

Alexa Bliss .vs. Nia Jax
Nia Jax's WWE Raw Women's Championship triumph over Alexa Bliss was rated two-and-three-quarter stars by Meltzer. This went over Kambi's estimate of two stars.


Raw Women's Championship
Over 2 Stars
Exactly 2 Stars
Under 2 Stars
6/4 8:45am
6/5
6/4
11/10
CLOSED
"
"
"


The winning selection was 6/5 from Friday right up to the match.

AJ Styles .vs. Shinsuke Nakamuta
With expectations high that AJ Styles' WWE Championship defence against Shinsuke Nakamura would be a show stealer, the traders put up an Over/Under market for this match weeks ahead of the rest..
They set the line at a very high 4.75 stars. This was because, the last time Styles and Nakamura wrestled in a singles match on a big stage - at NJPW Wrestle Kingdom 10 - the bout was graded four-and-three-quarters.


Styles .vs. Nakamura
Over 4.75 Stars
Exactly 4.75 Stars
Under 4.75 Stars
16/3 3:20pm
5/4
37/20
17/20
22/3 4:30pm
7/5
7/4
4/5
2/4 12pm
6/4
"
3/4
5/4 2:00pm
8/5
9/5
7/10
CLOSED
"
"
"


Before the line was published, I anticipated that the oddsmaker would have it at 4. Therefore, I decided not to place a bet with it set so high (I was looking to bet the over). It's a good job I didn't as the match received a star less than the line.

The 'Under' saw a lot of action in the weeks the special was available. These bettors were obviously on the right side.

Cesaro and Sheamus .vs. Braun Strowman and Nicholas
The penultimate match of the night was given a line of two-and-a-half stars when it was priced up.

Raw Tags
Over 2.5 Stars
Exactly 2.5 Stars
Under 2.5 Stars
6/4 8:45am
EVS
6/4
13/10
8/4 11:30AM
22/25
8/5
7/5
CLOSED
"
"
"

By the morning of WrestleMania Sunday, the punters had evidently backed the 'Over' as it fell from even money into 22/25.

The bout was not received well. It beat The Undertaker versus John Cena for lowest rated of the night with one star. Therefore, the winning side would have been the 'Under' at 13/10 or 7/5.

Brock Lesnar .vs. Roman Reigns
The main event - for the WWE Universal Championship - was given three stars by Meltzer. With a line of four stars by Kambi, this obviously meant the favourite won out.

Universal Championship
Over 4 Stars
Exactly 4 Stars
Under 4 Stars
6/4 8:45am
6/5
33/20
EVS
CLOSED
"
"
"

Head-To-Heads

One of the new markets published ahead of Mania were head-to-heads where customers had the opportunity to bet on which of two matches would end up receiving the most stars. There were three of these markets available.

Cruiserweight Championship .vs. Smackdown Women's Championship
One market saw the Cruiserweight Championship final between Cedric Alexander and Mustafa Ali against the Smackdown Women's Championship.

Observer Head-to-Head Betting - Cruiserweight .vs. Smackdown Women's Championship

Alexander .vs. Ali was favoured, but Flair .vs. Asuka's four stars beat the other guys' three.

Bryan/McMahon/Owens/Zayn .vs. SD Tag Team Championship
Two Smackdown tag team matches went up against one another in the second head-to-head with Shane McMahon and Daniel Bryan versus Kevin Owens and Sami Zayn meeting the triple threat for the WWE Smackdown Tag Team Championship.

Observer Head-to-Head Betting - Bryan/McMahon/Owens/Zayn .vs. SD Tag Team Championship

The winning match-up was the one featuring Daniel Bryan's return. It was 5/4 throughout the weekend. As you now know, it earned three-and-a-half stars while the other bout only hit two. 

Intercontinental Championship .vs. Universal Championship
Of the three head-to-head markets, the only one to have price changes was the one where the Intercontinental Championship went up against the main event.

Observer Head-to-Head Betting - Intercontinental Championship .vs. Universal Championship

As you can see in the table above, the customers bet on the triple threat match beating Lesnar .vs. Reigns as the price the IC Title dropped from 23/20 into EVS by early Sunday evening. Those that did were on the money as Seth Rollins' title win earned half a star more than Brock Lesnar's successful defence of the Universal Championship.

Exact Star Rating Of Highest Match

The second, and final, new market that was introduced was one where clients could bet on the exact star rating of the match which was rated the highest.

It opened with '5 Stars or More' and 'Exactly 4.75 Stars' joint-favourites at 6/4.

Exact Star Rating Of Wrestling Observer Newsletter's Highest Rated Match At WrestleMania 34 Betting

As we know, the favourites didn't win. The mixed tag, earning four-and-a-quarter stars, was the winning selection at 7/2.

And there you have it. With a bit of luck, I'll be back in a few weeks with another Observer Star Rating market for the Greatest Royal Rumble. In the meantime, you can check out the links below to see if any WWE markets have been installed.