Sunday, 29 March 2020

Kambi's New Mania 36 Head-to-Head And Card Props

In a post published last night, I noted that Kambi had added new content to its WrestleMania 36 coverage and wrote about a couple of markets. I promised that I would cover the remaining markets today and here they are.

The first specials are head-to-heads and the rest are match placement propositions. All prices are correct as of 2:00PM BST - they are still all identical to how they were when I first came across them last night.

First of the listed matches to start during the event?
These markets are head-to-heads in which customers can guess which - out of two matches - will air first over the two nights.

There are three markets available. The first has Bray Wyatt .vs. John Cena (9/10) going up against the WWE Universal Championship match (4/5 FAV). 

In the second market, Kevin Owens .vs. Seth Rollins (4/5 FAV) is battling the Intercontinental Championship match (9/10).

The final matchbet sees Edge .vs. Randy Orton against 'Any Match Featuring The Undertaker'. Both selections are 17/20 each.

Listed occurrence to happen during the event
The following are proposition markets that focuses on how the matches will be spread out over the two nights.

The first few are specific to the main events of both nights while the last batch ask customers to gamble whether or not the respective match will air on the Sunday card.

Main Event (Saturday): A female match is the last match to start on the main card of the listed day's broadcast?
Yes 13/25
No 13/10

Main Event (Sunday): A female match is the last match to start on the main card of the listed day's broadcast?
Yes 8/5
No 11/25

Main Event (Raw Double): WWE Championship and Raw Women's Championship are the last matches to start on the respective days' broadcast?
Yes 7/4
No 2/5

Sunday 1st Air Date: Aleister Black .vs. Bobby Lashley (Void if match is not aired on neither broadcast)?
Yes 17/20
No 17/20

Sunday 1st Air Date: Bray Wyatt .vs. John Cena (Void if match is not aired on neither broadcast)?
Yes 19/20
No 3/4

Sunday 1st Air Date: Edge .vs. Randy Orton (Void if match is not aired on neither broadcast)?
Yes 4/6
No 27/25

Sunday 1st Air Date: Elias .vs. Baron Corbin (Void if match is not aired on neither broadcast)?
Yes 27/25
No 4/6

Sunday 1st Air Date: Intercontinental Championship (Void if match is not aired on neither broadcast)?
Yes 8/13
No 23/20

Sunday 1st Air Date: Kevin Owens .vs. Seth Rollins (Void if match is not aired on neither broadcast)?
Yes 23/20
No 8/13

Sunday 1st Air Date: NXT Women's Championship (Void if match is not aired on neither broadcast)?
Yes 11/25
No 8/5

Sunday 1st Air Date: Raw Women's Championship (Void if match is not aired on neither broadcast)?
Yes 19/10
No 7/20

Sunday 1st Air Date: Smackdown Tag Team Championship (Void if match is not aired on neither broadcast)?
Yes 9/10
No 4/5

Sunday 1st Air Date: Smackdown Women's Championship (Void if match is not aired on neither broadcast)?
Yes 4/6
No 27/25

Sunday 1st Air Date: The Undertaker .vs. AJ Styles (Void if match is not aired on neither broadcast)?
Yes 13/25
No 13/10

Sunday 1st Air Date: Universal Championship (Void if match is not aired on neither broadcast)?
Yes 23/20
No 8/13

Sunday 1st Air Date: WWE Championship (Void if match is not aired on neither broadcast)?

Saturday, 28 March 2020

Kambi's WrestleMania 36 Main Event Market Republished And New Opener Prices

The oddsmakers from Kambi have created over a handful of prop and specials markets for next weekend's WrestleMania.

The props are specific to how nights one and two are constructed. They allow customers to gamble on where certain matches will be placed.

I plan to write about them tomorrow or Monday. What I will focus on tonight are the markets in which customers can gamble on the 'Exact Combination of participants' in both the last and first match.

The market for WrestleMania's last match has been available since April 7th of last year. However, now that we know what some of the matches are there have been new selections added to it. I've colour-coded all the selections that are currently available in the table below. They have a green background. The selections that are no longer available, but have been - on and off - over the last eleven months appear below them in the pink colour.

WrestleMania 36 Main Event Betting

The 'Brock Lesnar .vs. Drew McIntyre' match is a 4/6 favourite to be the final match of the event. It was previously 8/13.

Becky Lynch's WWE Raw Women's Championship defence against Shayna Baszler is now in second place at 7/4. Its recent price was 8/1.

Another two selections with shorter pricing than when they were last around are the 'Bray Wyatt .vs. John Cena' match which has been adjusted to 4s from 13/2 and 'Any Match Featuring The Undertaker' which has been cut from 13/1 into 9s.

'WWE Universal Championship' - which, according to reports will be Bill Goldberg versus Braun Strowman - has replaced 'Bill Goldberg .vs. Roman Reigns' in the betting. The latter was 5/4 before the market closed a few weeks ago. 

A winning bet on the Universal Championship contest closing out the event will pay out at 9/4.

Edge versus Randy Orton, the match I believe has been the best promoted on TV, is now 9/1. That's up from its previous 5/1.

The option to bet on 'Any Unlisted Match' (anything that isn't above it and coloured in green background of the table) is 12/1.

There are three 3/1 joint-favourites to be the opening match of the event. The selections, along with their prices, can be viewed in the table below.

WrestleMania 36 Opening Match Betting

27/3/20 Smackdown Viewership Number Plus Another Look At Mania 32 On ESPN Prop

The audience number for last night's episode of WWE Smackdown on FOX has been confirmed by the television ratings website, ShowBuzzDaily.com.

The episode had a total average audience of 2,374,000 viewers with 2,393,000 tuned in for the first hour and a drop to 2,355,000 for its second.

Now that the result has been confirmed, Kambi will settle viewership prop bets that were released for the show.

When the oddsmakers first published a market for Smackdown, they asked customers whether or not the show would have a total average of 2.5 Million or more viewers. Then, once Raw's rating came in at 2,006,333 on Tuesday night, the line for the Smackdown market was lowered to '2.3 Million or more'.

The 'No' will be graded as the winning selection whichever line the gamblers took. If there were any, that is. That's because, by looking at how the prices changes, the customers were evidently gambling on the prospect of Smackdown doing better than 2.5 Million or 2.3 Million depending on the time when they placed their wagers.

27/3/20 WWE Smackdown On FOX Prop Bet

A 'Spread' proposition will also be settled now that Smackdown's viewership figure has been released.

In this market, customers gambled on whether or not Smackdown would beat Raw by 250,000 or more viewers.

When the market went live, 'No' was a 4/5 favourite and 'Yes' was 9/10.

A day after the Raw number came in at 2,006,333,  Kambi republished the market. This time with the 'Yes' at 13/20 and the 'No' out to 11/10. By last night, 'Yes' had lowered to 1/2 while its opposing selection was up to 7/5.

All Smackdown needed to get, for the 'Yes' to win, was 2,256,333. Therefore, the winning selection turned out to be the one the consensus of punters were seemingly on based on how the odds changed.

TV Prop Bet: Smackdown .vs. Raw For Week Commencing 23rd March 2020

Usually, that would be all for the week of viewership prop bets. However, as I mentioned on Wednesday, Kambi has released a proposition for ESPN's airing of WrestleMania 32.

The show will be on the US ESPN channel on Sunday night and Kambi has asked its customers whether or not 750,000 or more will tune in for it.

As you can see below, the punters appear to be siding with the favourite - 'Yes' - as it has lowered from 7/10 into 13/20 and was then dropped to 1/2 last night.

WrestleMania 32 On ESPN Prop Bet

'Yes' might be seeing interest because an airing of WrestleMania 30 last Sunday had a total average of 839,000.

However, there might be something that could work against a repeat of last week's figure and that is the fact that, on last night's Smackdown, WWE aired the Triple H versus Roman Reigns main event from that show. 

I don't know how much of an impact it could make, considering the ESPN audience might simply be people looking for content as an escape from world news, but it might turn out to be something if the number is lower.

The figure for the Mania 32 on ESPN airing will be released sometime next week.

Notes About Tamina And Corbin/Elias WrestleMania 36 Odds Following Smackdown

I've continued to visit the BetOnline Sportsbook's WWE WrestleMania 36 betting markets as it's the only offshore bookmaker still accepting wagers on the matches that have - and have not! - taken place for the two night event.

One market that caught my attention within the last twenty-fours is the one for the WWE Smackdown Women's Championship.

When I checked in yesterday afternoon, I noticed that 'Tamina' had been taken off the board. However, when I looked at them at 10:00AM GMT today, she was back on the list albeit with shorter odds than before.

WWE Smackdown Women's Championship Match At WrestleMania 36

As you can see above, the oddsmakers have now moved her price down to +3,300.  She had started out at +$,000 when the market was initially priced up.

After noticing the decline, I waited until I watched Smackdown to see if there was anything on the show that could be suggested as the reason why the price was reduced.

All I saw on the show was them making Tamina a 'wild card' for the match by having her beat down Naomi and Lacey Evans. On top of that, Bayley and Sasha Banks avoided a similar assault by escaping.

As I wrote last week, the most logical outcome - as far as I can see - is to have Bayley win with her title, but to do so by adding a few cracks to her friendship with Sasha Banks as the big match is Bayley versus Sasha. One-on-one.

Another market that changed was the one for King Corbin versus Elias. This might have been due to an angle that aired on last night's Smackdown which saw Corbin knock Elias from the side of filming platform inside the Performance Center.


Date/Time
King Corbin
Elias
25/3 11:30AM
-125
-120
28/3 10:00AM
-120
"

As you can see, the bookmaker has now moved King Corbin's odds up from -125 to -120 but kept Elias at -120.

Michael Cole promised updates to Elias' health will be made on social media over the weekend and it leads me to think a couple of things could happen now.

- Elias wrestles and wins against Corbin
- Rob Gronkowski announces that Elias cannot go and he makes Mojo Rawley Elias' replacement in the match
- Gronkowski replaces Elias

Other than being the host of Mania, the Elias/Corbin Mania program has already been established as Gronk's angle as he was the person who set up the match in the first place and it would make sense for him to assist Elias, Rawley or himself to get one over on Corbin during the event.

Betway lists Elias as an 8/11 favourite for those who are thinking along the same lines as myself. I placed my bet a few days ago as I had a feeling Gronk and Rawley would help Elias in some way before last night's angle made the air.

If the angle results in Rawley or Gronk as the replacement for Elias, any bets on the Elias/Corbin meeting will be voided.


Friday, 27 March 2020

A Look At Goldberg Or Strowman To Be Universal Champion After Mania 36

With Braun Strowman reportedly set to replace Roman Reigns as challenger to Bill Goldberg's WWE Universal Championship at WrestleMania, I've taken a look back at one of the WrestleMania Champions specials that Kambi had.

The market was first published in late-November. At the time, Goldberg was not a runner. He was added at 5/1 in February.

Braun Strowman was a selection, though. 

As you'll be able to see below, the Monster Among Men was 12/1. He was pushed to 15s on December 7th and declined a couple of times before the market closed. He was back to 12/1 on February 15th and then 19/2 on February 27th.

Once Goldberg and Reigns were the only selections left in the betting, the former was a 2/5 favourite and was cut into 1/8 by March 2nd and was then down to 1/14 on March 7th.

The current Universal Champion went out to 4/1 from 7/4 before March 2nd and was last seen at the 11/2 he was pushed to on March 7th before the market was last seen on March 10th.

Universal Champion After Mania 36

We obviously don't know which wrestler will be declared the winner yet. What we do know is there might have been a fortunate punter - or punters - that backed Strowman at 15/1 unless, of course, the drop to 12/1 was done to adjust to the markets with Goldberg inserted into the running.

Even so, Strowman did lower to 19/2 after that, so maybe there is - or are - at least one potential winning Strowman bet out there.

But let's not get ahead of ourselves. He has to win the title first.

Whichever way you look at it, there was some nice prices available for the two competitors in the title match with the best price being the 11/2 for Goldberg and the 15/1 for Strowman.

Reigns Out Of WrestleMania 36

Goldberg .vs. Roman Reigns contract signing
I'm sure you've already heard or read about it by now, but Roman Reigns has pulled out of his WrestleMania 36 match with Bill Goldberg.

The reason - and it's an understandable one - is due to his concerns about the coronavirus and how it could threaten his immune system.

This is a genuine risk due to his previous battles with leukemia.

Dave Meltzer, on this morning's Wrestling Observer Radio, reports that Braun Strowman has replaced Reigns in the match that was recorded sometime over the past couple of days.

The match market has been taken off the board at one of the two sports betting firms that are still accepting wagers on the matchs.

Betway had Reigns at 1/10 and the Universal Champion at 19/4 last night. It is no longer available to bet on.

BetOnline's market is still up as of right now, but will surely be removed once the news reaches the company.

For what it's worth, and it isn't worth anything now, Reigns is listed as a -1,000 favourite and Goldberg is +550.

Reigns had opened at -800 to Goldberg's +425 on March 18th.

Thursday, 26 March 2020

25/3/20 AEW And NXT Viewers

The viewership numbers for last night's professional wrestling TV shows have been released by ShowBuzzDaily.com.

AEW Dynamite had a total average of 819,000 viewers while WWE NXT had 669.000.

Now that the results are in, Kambi will soon settle a trio of proposition markets that were available for the night of TV.

The AEW Dynamite audience proposition market will be settled with 'No' winning. In it, customers were asked whether the episode would get 900,000 or more viewers.

Going by the betting, it appears as though the customers thought the show would perform better than the line as 'Yes' was backed from 19/20 and was down to 1/2 a few hours before the market closed.

25/3/20 - AEW Dynamite Prop Bet

With the 'Yes' backed, 'No' went out from 3/4 all the way up to 7/5 in the period customers were able to wager.

For WWE NXT, Kambi set the line at 500,000 or more. The result sees 'Yes' win. 

A look at the table below shows that the eventual winner dropped from EVS right down to 2/5 between Monday morning and last night.

25/3/20 - WWE NXT Prop Bet

The third prop was a spread special asking customers to bet on the prospect of AEW Dynamite having at least double the amount of viewers than its competition.

With hindsight being 20/20 and WWE NXT picking up 669,000, AEW's show would have needed 1,338,000 - a number it has never reached. 

'No' won as a favourite. It started off at 1/2, but was down to 7/20 yesterday morning. It was still at this price when I checked in a few hours before the shows began.

25/3/20 - AEW Dynamite .vs. WWE NXT Prop Bet

There are still props available for Friday's episode of Smackdown as well as the cable TV airing of WrestleMania 32, which will air on ESPN in the USA this Sunday.

Wednesday, 25 March 2020

Early And Closing WWE WrestleMania 36 Betting Favourites

With WrestleMania 36 being filmed today and tomorrow, a number of sportsbooks have taken down their betting markets for the show.

I thought that, seeing as I won't get to do the regular 'Closing Favourites' post for this year's Mania, that I'd go through the early and closing prices that were available at two of Britain's main bookmakers when it comes to WWE: Sky Bet and William Hill. The former closed their markets at midday today while William Hill's were removed last night.

For each match - apart from the first, which will eventually be explained - I've highlighted the closing favourites in blue.

King Corbin .vs. Elias
I'm starting off with conflict as the two sportsbooks had differing favourites for the King Corbin .vs. Elias match.

When I came across Sky Bet's market yesterday afternoon, Elias was a 4/6 favourite while Corbin was 11/10. However, despite being the outsider, Corbin's odds had declined to even moneybefore they closed today.

Date/Time
Elias
Baron Corbin
24/3 2:20PM
4/6
11/10
25/3 11:00AM
8/11
EVS

King Corbin opened as a 4/6 favourite with William Hill yesterday. However, Elias' price was down to 4/5 - from 11/10 - before the end of the day.

Date/Time
Elias
King Corbin
24/3 2:20PM
11/10
4/6
24/3 10:25PM
4/5
19/20

As you can see, Corbin was 19/20 before William Hill suspended betting last night.

Fatal 5-Way for the Smackdown Women's Championship
Bayley was the closing favourite to successfully retain the WWE Smackdown Women's Championship in the markets for the multi-person match with both firms.

William Hill had the champion as a 9/4 second-favourite behind Sasha Banks (7/4) when I came across the market on Saturday. Bayley was then at 11/8 and Banks at 13/8 before the market was closed.

As for Sky Bet - Bayley was an 11/8 favourite when I came across the market on Saturday and was shortly cut into 5/4 and remained at those odds until close.

Sasha Banks was Sky Bet's second-favourite. She was 13/8 on Saturday evening, drifted to 7/4 shortly after that and was then brought back down to 13/8 sometime before yesterday morning.

Aleister Black .vs. Bobby Lashley
Aleister Black was a favourite to beat Bobby Lashley with both firms.

Sky Bet had him at 1/5 over the 10/3 for a Bobby Lashley victory and William Hill had the favourite at a shorter 1/7 with Lashley at 4/1.

Street Profits .vs. Andrade and Angel Garza
William Hill listed The Street Profits as 4/11 favourites to successfully retain the WWE Raw Tag Team Championship against Andrade and Angel Garza (2/1) when its market went live yesterday.

Over at Sky Bet, the favourites were 1/3 and their challengers were 9/4.

Edge .vs. Randy Orton
Both firms had Edge to beat Randy Orton in what will be his first singles match back from retirement.

Sky Bet had Edge at 1/3 before cutting him to 2/7 while Hills had the Toronto native at 1/8 before pushing him up to 2/9 after snipping Orton's price from 9/2 into 3/1.

Date/Time
Edge
Randy Orton
24/3 2:20PM
1/8
9/2
24/3 10:25PM
2/9
3/1

I find it quite surprising to see Orton's price lowered bearing in mind this is Edge's return in a one-on-one.

Kevin Owens .vs. Seth Rollins
Both Sky Bet and William Hill closed with Kevin Owens a favourite to beat Seth Rollins.

Initially, Sky Bet had Owens and Rollins at 5/6 each. However, by this morning and after a back-and-forth in the betting since March 21st, Owens was 1/2 and Rollins was out to 6/4.

Date/Time
Seth Rollins
Kevin Owens
17/3 9:00PM
5/6
5/6
21/3 10:30PM
10/11
4/6
23/3 7:00PM
EVS
8/11
25/3 11:00AM
6/4
1/2

Owens was 8/11 to the EVS on offer for a Rollins win with William Hill. However, by Sunday evening, the bookmakers had placed Owens down to 4/6 and increased Rollins to EVS.

Date/Time
Kevin Owens
Seth Rollins
19/3 2:00PM
8/11
EVS
22/3 6:15PM
4/6
11/10
24/3 10:25PM
"
"

The market stayed at those prices right up until the close.

The Undertaker .vs. AJ Styles
The Undertaker was an opening and closing favourite to beat AJ Styles with both of the sportsbooks.

William Hill had The Phenom at 1/6 throughout while Sky Bet had him at 1/4.

John Cena .vs. Bray Wyatt
Bray Wyatt was the closing favourite to beat John Cena with both firms.

As you can see below, he fell from 1/2 into 4/11 between March 4th and 22nd over at William Hill.

Date/Time
John Cena
Bray Wyatt
4/3 2:00PM
6/4
1/2
15/3 10:30AM
5/2
2/7
22/3 6:15PM
2/1
4/11
24/3 10:25PM
"
"

The  Sky Bet market was opened in late-February. Wyatt was 4/9 on the 29th and was down to 2/5 by Saturday 21st March.

Date/Time
John Cena
Bray Wyatt
29/2 10:55PM
13/8
4/9
2/3 7:00PM
2/1
4/11
6/3 2:45PM
7/4
2/5
10/3 5:00PM
11/4
1/4
21/3 10:30PM
7/4
2/5
25/3 11:00AM
"
"

As you can see in the Sky Bet market, John Cena was seemingly backed as he fell from 2/1 into 7/4 (period between 2nd March and 6th March) and then dropped from 11//4 into 7/4 (between 10th and 21st March) in the late rounds of wagering.

Becky Lynch .vs. Shayna Baszler
Sky Bet's market for the WWE Raw Women's Championship had Becky Lynch and her challenger - Shayna Baszler - both at 5/6 when I first came across the market on March 9th.

As you'll be able to see - in the table below - Lynch was snipped into 4/6 and then the two competitors ended up back at 5/6 each.

Baszler's odds fell from the 5/6 into 8/11 and then 8/13 between the 17th and 19th of March. Lynch was then moved from 6/5 into 11/10 by Monday morning.

The last move I caught was a drop in favour of Baszler from 4/6 into 4/7.

Date/Time
Becky Lynch
Shayna Baszler
9/3 6:40PM
5/6
5/6
9/3 7:06PM
4/6
10/11
10/3 5:00PM
5/6
5/6
17/3 9:00PM
EVS
8/11
19/3 9:40PM
6/5
8/13
23/3 9:00AM
11/10
4/6
25/3 11:00AM
5/4
4/7

There was a slight back-and-forth in William Hill's market for the match. However, this time, Baszler was backed from 4/6 into 4/7 (before March 20th) and then Lynch fell from 5/4 into 6/5 (by March 23rd) and then - sometime yesterday - Baszler's price was taken down from 8/13 into 1/2.

Date/Time
Becky Lynch
Shayna Baszler
15/3 10:30AM
11/10
4/6
20/3 8:30PM
5/4
4/7
23/3 9:00AM
6/5
8/13
24/3 10:25PM
6/4
1/2

Rhea Ripley .vs. Charlotte Flair
The NXT Women's Championship match markets opened and closed with Rhea Ripley a favourite to successfully retain her title against Charlotte Flair.

Sky Bet had Ripley at 1/2 when I came across the market on February 25th. She was then down to 4/9 by March 4th and was then cut into 2/5 sometime between last night and just before 11:00AM GMT this morning.

Date/Time
Rhea Ripley
Charlotte Flair
25/2 11:45AM
1/2
6/4
4/3 12:00PM
4/9
13/8
25/3 11:00AM
2/5
7/4

As you can see below, William Hill also closed with Ripley at 2/5. She moved into that price from 8/13 before 2:00PM GMT on March 4th and remained that way until the market's close.

Date/Time
Rhea Ripley
Charlotte Flair
26/2 6:00PM
8/13
6/5
4/3 2:00PM
2/5
7/4
24/3 10:25PM
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Bill Goldberg .vs. Roman Reigns
Roman Reigns was a favourite to beat WWE Universal Champion - Bill Goldberg - on both websites.

Sky Bet kept Reigns at 1/10 from February right through to today's closure.

Date/Time
Goldberg
Roman Reigns
29/2 10:50PM
11/2
1/10
25/3 11:00AM
"
"

William Hill, on the other hand, had the favourite at 1/10 and was slashed into 1/20 sometime before the morning of March 15th. The challenger remained at that price right 

Date/Time
Goldberg
Roman Reigns
4/3 2:00PM
11/2
1/10
15/3 10:30AM
8/1
1/20
24/3 10:25PM
"
"

Brock Lesnar .vs. Drew McIntyre
The WWE Championship match markets had Drew McIntyre a favourite throughout their respective lifetimes.

Sky Bet's market was created in February. The first price I have is the 8/11 from the evening of the 9th.

The favourite's price was reduced for the majority of the time I noticed adjustments. However, the last drop - which was done sometime before 11:30AM GMT yesterday morning - was in favour of Brock Lesnar as he went from 11/4 into 9/4.

You'll find that McIntyre closed at 1/3.

Date/Time
Brock Lesnar
Drew McIntyre
9/2 6:30PM
EVS
8/11
11/2 5:30PM
11/10
4/6
25/2 11:45AM
6/5
8/13
26/2 10:10AM
5/4
4/7
28/2 10:00PM
6/4
1/2
3/3 7:15PM
7/4
2/5
10/3 5:00PM
2/1
4/11
12/3 10:40PM
11/4
1/4
24/3 11:30AM
9/4
1/3
25/3 11:00AM
"
"

William Hill's market was published on February 2nd with McIntyre a 1/2 favourite. He was cut into 1/4 by mid-March.

It's worth pointing out that, just like with Sky Bet, the last adjustment was made in favour of Brock Lesnar as his price was down to 2/1 from 11/4 when I checked in yesterday.

McIntyre closed as 4/11 fave.


Date/Time
Brock Lesnar
Drew McIntyre
2/2 12:30PM
6/4
1/2
15/3 10:30AM
11/4
1/4
24/3 2:20PM
2/1
4/11
24/3 10:25PM
"
"


And that should be WrestleMania 36 as it pertains those two bookmaking companies.

I aim to write a post here and there over the coming days leading up to the show, but I'm not sure how much I can do right now.

With my country on lockdown, I've found that my Internet Service Provider has been a bit ropy.

I guess it's selfish of me to moan about something as small as loss of signal for a few hours while the world is in the trouble its in, but I hope it will explain any downtime between posts over the coming days, weeks and/or months.

I'm absolutely planning to continue posting, but I'm just putting that out there in case something prevents me from doing so.

Like I said, there are bigger things to worry about right now.

I wish you all well.