Tuesday, 17 September 2019

KOTR 2019 Betting: After Week 5

After five weeks of weekly tournament action, the King of the Ring tournament has concluded with Baron Corbin being crowned winner.

Throughout the entire tournament, I've published weekly posts with updates pointing out how certain markets for the tourney ended up being settled and will conclude this coverage in this post.

Before I get to all of the specials that have been settled from Corbin's victory, I can safely say that a market, published by Kambi, in which customers could have bet on the 'Exact Composition of Finalists' will be settled with 'Baron Corbin .vs. Chad Gable' being the winning selection.

The eventual winning selection of 'Corbin .vs. Gable' was not even in the running when the market was initially priced up in late-August. It made its way into contention when the market was readjusted on September 4th and was available at 33/20.

By the morning of Monday September 9th, which was the last day Kambi took bets on it, the selection was cut from the aforementioned 33/20 into 9/10 and stayed at this price right up to later that day when betting was closed before the first semi-final took place on WWE Monday Night Raw.

WWE King of the Ring 2019 Betting: Kambi's Exact Composition Of Finalists Market

Another one of Kambi's markets for the final, which was published on August 28th and was closed on September 9th, was a special that allowed customers to bet on the 'Losing Finalist'.

When it was first installed, 'Chad Gable' was 10/1. However, after winning against Andrade in the quarter finals, his price began to decline and - on the day the market closed - he was an even money favourite to lose the final.

WWE King of the Ring 2019 Betting: Kambi's Losing Finalist Market

As mentioned in a post published last night, Corbin closed as a 4/7 favourite in a match winner market Sky Bet created for the final.

The eventual winner had started out at 4/9, so it would appear that the punters felt that Gable had a chance of winning.

Date/Time
Baron Corbin
Chad Gable
12/9 9:30PM
4/9
13/8
16/9 6:30PM
8/15
11/8
16/9 10:10PM
4/7
5/4

Sky Bet had match markets for the quarter finals and semi finals and also had an outright winner special during the tournament (see links at bottom of this page). The company had the best price out of the three sports betting firms that released an outright winner for the tournament. As you'll see in the table below, Corbin was 16/1 to be crowned king in mid-August.

By last Monday, when the market was last seen, Corbin was the favourite at odds of 6/4.

WWE King of the Ring 2019 Betting: Sky Bet Outright Winner

William Hill also closed its market on Monday September 9th with Corbin a 6/4 favourite. The bookmaker opened its tournament winner special on the same day as Sky Bet, but had the eventual winner at a lower 13/2 than Sky Bet's 16s.

WWE King of the Ring 2019 Betting: William Hill Outright Winner

Kambi - the only other sportsbook that I am aware of that had an outright winner market - opened its book a day after Sky Bet and William Hill and had Corbin at 4/1. The market was taken down yesterday evening with the two finalists being the last selections left in the running.

WWE King of the Ring 2019 Betting: Kambi Outright Winner

Corbin closed as a 13/25 favourite.

As I have covered in all of the other 'KOTR 2019 Betting' posts, Kambi had 'Stage of Elimination' markets in which customers could gamble on where the participants' tournament came to a close.

The special for Baron Corbin was published on August 16th and the options were: 'Quarter Finals or Before', 'Semi-Final or Losing Finalist' or 'Tournament Winner'. The eventual winner was 4/1 and remained at that price when the price for Corbin to have an early exit was cut from 33/20 into 6/5.

WWE King of the Ring 2019 Betting: Kambi's 'Stage Of Elimination' Market For Baron Corbin

Corbin's 'Stage of Elimination' market was last seen on August 26th, which is not something I can say for the one which allowed customers to gamble on Chad Gable's 'Stage of Elimination'.

WWE King of the Ring 2019 Betting: Kambi's 'Stage Of Elimination' Market For Chad Gable

The Gable special was created shortly before WWE announced the tournament bracket on August 16th. All of Kambi's King of the Ring specials were removed shortly after that and were gone until five days later. 

The Gable market did not return along with the others. I surmise this is because - with Gable drawing Shelton Benjamin in 'Round 1' and with the potential of meeting Andrade in the quarter final - the 'Quarter or Semi Final' looked like an obvious exit.

I doubt anybody backed it, but - if they had - the winning selection ended up being 'Reaches Final' and it was 17/1 for the short time the market existed.

There were plenty of other tournament specials from Kambi for the tournament. 

A 'Top Babyface .vs. Top Heels' market gave customers the opportunity to wager on who they thought would win the tournament in groups. 

The selections were split into three categories. 'Top Babyfaces' consisted of Ali, Cedric Alexander, Kevin Owens, Ricochet and The Miz while the 'Top Heels' were Andrade, Baron Corbin, Drew McIntyre, Elias and Samoa Joe. The participants I didn't name, including Chad Gable, all made up the 'Others' grouping.

So, from betting, the winning selection turned out to be the 'Top Heel' group which started out at 1/3 on August 16th, but had declined to 1/10 within ten days.

WWE King of the Ring 2019 Betting: Kambi's First Babyfaces .vs. Heels Market

That wasn't the only 'Babyfaces .vs. Heels' special that was made. 

When the tournament was in progress, a new 'Babyfaces .vs. Heels' special was published. The heel group, consisting of the the baddies left in the tourney - Andrade, Baron Corbin, Elias and Samoa Joe - started out as  2/5 favourites on August 28th but fell to 11/25 in a little over a day. The counter group of babyfaces (Ali, Cedric Alexander, Chad Gable and Ricochet) opened at 7/4.

WWE King of the Ring 2019 Betting: Kambi's Second Babyfaces .vs. Heels Market

The winning group was moved to 11/10 on September 4th and stayed at this price right up to the day the semi-finals began.

Last night's finalists are both from the United States of America, so this means that 'USA' will be the winning selection in a betting market in which clients could have bet on the 'Nationality of Winner'.

In this special, the 'USA' was up against 'Canada' and the 'Rest of the World'.

WWE King of the Ring 2019 Betting: Kambi's Nationality Of Winner Market

The winning selection started out at 11/10 and was adjusted to 8/13 on August 21st after 'Canada' was taken out of the running following Kevin Owens' elimination in the first round. 

'USA' began to drift out as customers sided with the 'Rest of the World' and - by the time the market closed - the selection was up to 5/2.

There was also a 'Brand of Winner' special which allowed customers to gamble on the roster the eventual winner is a member of.

'Raw' opened as a 21/50 favourite and - when it was last made available on September 9th - had ended up at 1/4 following some back-and-forth betting within the near month.

WWE King of the Ring 2019 Betting: Kambi's Brand Of Winner Market

An alphabet market was also created. In it, customers could gamble on the first letter in the name of the winner.

There were three options to chose from. They were 'A-B', 'C-D' and 'E-Z'. 

WWE King of the Ring 2019 Betting: Alphabet Market

The group 'B' was included in started out at 7/5 on August 16th. It was then adjusted to 17/20 on August 21st and declined from there. By the time the market was last available on August 26th, the selection had dropped into 7/10, which made it a closing joint-favourite with the 'C-D' selection.

Finally, there was a special in which customers could bet on the 'Age of Winner'. There were two selections the gamblers could choose from. They were '34 Years or Less' and '35 Years or More'.

As I noted in THIS POST last week, when the two wrestlers qualified for the final, both were thirty-four years old. However, Baron Corbin turned thirty-five last Friday. This, therefore, moved him into representing the '35 Years or More' category, which had started out as a 7/5 underdog on August 16th and had climbed to 15/4 before the market closed on August 26th.

WWE King of the Ring 2019 Betting: Kambi's Age of Winner Market

I hope you enjoyed this weekly look at the King of the Ring betting coverage. Here are the links for the other parts in the series.




Monday, 16 September 2019

Odds For Tonight's KOTR Final

Kambi's King of the Ring 'Tournament Winner' market was taken down a short time ago.

I'll write more about it once we know who has been crowned king, but the closing favourite was Baron Corbin at 13/25.

Corbin's fellow finalist, Chad Gable, was 13/10 when the market was closed.

Even though he closed as the outsider to Corbin, Gable's price declined across the past few days.

Sky Bet's match winner market is still available until 11:00PM BST and it also has Corbin a favourite although - from betting -  it's once again Gable who appears to be the punters' pick.

As you can see in the table below, Gable was 13/8 when I came across the market on Thursday night. I made frequent visits to the website and noticed that Gable had dipped to 11/8 early this evening and had moved down to 5/4 when I looked before writing this post.

Date/Time
Baron Corbin
Chad Gable
12/9 9:30PM
4/9
13/8
16/9 6:30PM
8/15
11/8
16/9 10:10PM
4/7
5/4

A Look At Kambi's AEW Championship Specials

In the most recent post, I pointed out that - while WWE Clash of Champions was on air - Kambi released betting markets for AEW Full Gear. They weren't the only AEW markets Kambi published last night.

A couple of AEW World Championship markets were released. The first is a special in which customers can place wagers on when Chris Jericho drops the title while the second allows punters to gamble on the person who succeeds the titleholder.

There are two selections available in the market when customers can gamble on the date Jericho loses his title (there's a joke there somewhere).

'Before/During March 1 2020' is a 1/2 favourite while the opposing option - 'After March 1 2020' is out at 7/5.

AEW Betting - Time Jericho Loses AEW World Championship

Kenny Omega is a 3/4 favourite to succeed Jericho as titleholder in the 'Champion After' market. The list contains other names like Jericho's next challenger Cody (5/4) and his most recent opponent - Adam 'Hangman' Page (6/1).

You can view all the early prices in the image below.

AEW World Championship Betting - Titleholder After Chris Jericho

Kambi's First AEW Full Gear Markets

The oddsmakers from Kambi have published markets for the matches that have been announced for the next AEW pay-per-view.

AEW Full Gear will take place on November 9th and two bouts are already scheduled for the show.

The first is a match that was originally set to occur at AEW All Out - Jon Moxley .vs. Kenny Omega - while the second is the AEW Heavyweight Championship contest which will see Chris Jericho defend his title against Cody.

Moxley has been installed as an 8/13 favourite to defeat Omega in their match. A decision in favour of the Canadian will pay out at odds of 23/20.

For what it's worth, when the market for what turned out to be the scratched match from AEW All Out, both wrestlers were priced at 17/20.

Chris Jericho is an 11/25 favourite to successfully retain the AEW Heavyweight Championship against his challenger.

Cody is 8/5 to get the W.

Kambi has also published Wrestling Observer star ratings over/under markets for the two matches. Both have been given lines of 4.25 Stars.

Kambi Publishes NJPW Wrestle Kingdom 14 Specials

On Saturday, the oddsmakers from Kambi released a couple of specials markets for NJPW Wrestle Kingdom 14.

Unlike previous years, the 2020 edition of the show will take place over two nights - the annual January 4th date and the following night. Both events will take place at the Tokyo Dome.

Even though there has been no confirmation yet, there have been hints - made by Tetsuya Naito and Kota Ibushi - that January 5th's main event could be a battle between the IWGP Heavyweight and Intercontinental Champions with the winner taking both straps.

With the possibility that a title .vs. title match is the plan for January, the Kambi oddsmakers have created specials where clients can wager on who is holding the IWGP Heavyweight Championship at the conclusion of 'Day 2' and what the 'Exact Composition' of match opponents is.

Barring a loss of the title shot briefcase he won by winning this year's G1 Climax over the coming months, Kota Ibushi will challenge for the IWGP Heavyweight Championship on January 4th.

If the title .vs. title idea reaches fruition, then the winner of the IWGP Heavyweight Championship match on January 4th will then go on to face whoever the Intercontinental Champion is on the 5th.

As of this moment, it looks like Kazuchika Okada .vs. Kota Ibushi will be the IWGP Heavyweight Championship contest on Janaury 4th and, unless he loses it before then, the Intercontinental Champion - Tetsuya Naito - will then meet the winner in the title .vs. title match the following night.

It is also likely that Naito will defend his strap on January 4th just so they have more intrigue for the title versus title match.

From a betting perspective, Ibushi opened as an even money favourite to leave night two as the IWGP Heavyweight Champion.

The person who has talked about being a double champion for quite some time (ie before Ibushi) - Naito - was a 7/4 second-favourite.

They were both followed by the current titleholder at 2/1.

NJPW Wrestle Kingdom 14 Betting - IWGP Heavyweight Champion On Night 2

As noted, the two wrestlers who have voiced a wish to be a double champion have been Ibushi and Naito, so it was unsurprising to me to see 'Kota Ibushi .vs. Tetsuya Naito' as the favourite in Kambi's 'Exact Composition of Match' market in which customers have to wager on the match they believe will be contested for the IWGP Heavyweight Championship on night two.

It is 13/10.

The joint-second favourite is Okada .vs. Ibushi, which is the scheduled match for January 4th. Therefore, I believe it should have slightly higher odds than the 5/2 on offer.

The other match in second is one that would see - if the title .vs. title route happens - Kazuchika Okada successfully defend the IWGP Heavyweight Championship against Kota Ibushi on January 4th and then meet Tetsuya Naito the following evening.

NJPW Wrestle Kingdom 14 Betting - Exact Composition Of IWGP Heavyweight Championship Match On Night 2

This post was written on Sunday afternoon. I decided to wait until Clash of Champions was out of the way before I published it. I focused on the opening odds for both markets. The current prices might have changed by now. If they have, I'll post another update within the next few days.

WWE Clash Of Champions 2019 Betting Favourites

Here are the WWE Clash of Champions 2019 favourites at the time the PPV was startng.

They are ranked in order of strength of odds with the wrestler/s with the shortest price first.

Seth Rollins -475
AJ Styles -400 (Kick Off Winner)
Alexa Bliss and Nikki Cross -390
Roman Reigns -310
Robert Roode and Dolph Ziggler -280
Drew Gulak -230 (Kick Off Winner)
Shinsuke Nakamura -190
New Day -185
Kofi Kingston -160
Sasha Banks -160
Bayley -155

Odds from 5Dimes.

Sunday, 15 September 2019

Clash 2019 Odds Notes


Here are some notes after looking through the 5Dimes Sportsbook's WWE Clash of Champions markets.
  • AJ Styles has dropped from -350 into -400. His opponent, Cedric Alexander, has moved out to +280 from +250
  • Alexa Bliss and Nikki Cross have moved to -390 from -350 in the market for their WWE Women's Tag Team Championship defence against Mandy Rose and Sony Deville. The challengers are now +270 outsiders from +250
  • Roman Reigns has dropped from -290 into -310 while Erick Rowan has moved to +230 from +210
  • Sasha Banks is now a -160 favourite to win in the WWE Raw Women's Championship match. She was -140 a little over half an hour ago. A win for Becky Lynch will now pay out at odds of +120 - this is up from +100
  • The Miz's price to win the Intercontinental Championship match has been snipped from +165 into +150. Shinsuke Nakamura has moved from -215 to -190
  • The New Day remain -185 favourites over The Revival (+145) in the Smackdown Tag Team Championship market
  • 'The Field' against Drew Gulak - in the Cruiserweight Championship market - has declined from +210 into +170. The titleholder is now a -230 fave from -290. His opponents' individual prices remain unchanged (Carrillo +220, Dorado +1,100)
  • Randy Orton has lowered from +145 into +120. The WWE Champion, Kofi Kingston, has moved up from -185 into -160
  • Seth Rollins has dropped to -475 from -400 to successfully retain the WWE Universal Championship from Braun Strowman (now +325 from +280)
  • No change for Rollins and Strowman (+200) .vs. Roode and Ziggler (-280)
  • Bayley is still a -155 fave to beat Charlotte Flair (+115) in the Smackdown Women's Championship market
Prices correct as of 10:35PM BST.

Sasha Banks Returns To Favouritism In Clash 2019 Betting


Sasha Banks has returned to favouritism in the WWE Clash of Champions 2019 betting market that's available from the 5Dimes Sportsbook.

Earlier this evening, I pointed out that the challenger to Becky Lynch's WWE Raw Women's Championship had fallen from +100 to -110. The decline now sees Banks more to -140.

With Banks back into favouritism, the titleholder has moved from the previous price of -130 into +100.

Date/Time
Becky Lynch
Sasha Banks
12/9 8:00AM
+120
-160
12/9 3:20PM
+115
-155
13/9 8:00AM
-120
-120
15/9 3:40PM
-140
+100
15/9 5:00PM
-130
-110
15/9 10:00PM
+100
-140


Sasha Banks has been a favourite over here in Europe since this weekend. As you can see, in the table below, I noticed she was 4/5 with Sky Bet when I looked over the market this morning. Her price declined to 4/6 this evening.


Date/Time
Becky Lynch
Sasha Banks
4/9 6:45PM
4/5
10/11
14/9 9:30AM
5/6
5/6
15/9 11:00AM
10/11
4/5
15/9 9:25PM
11/10
4/6

The only other 5Dimes market in which I've noticed adjustments - as of 10PM BST - is the one for the WWE Cruiserweight Championship match.

Drew Gulak has fallen to -290 from -230. The bookies have kept his opponents' prices at +220 for Humberto Carrillo and +1,100 for Lince Dorado, but have increased 'The Field' versus Gulak from +170 to +210.


Date/Time
Gulak
Field
Carrillo
Dorado
12/9 8:00AM
-245
+175
+160
+635
13/9 8:00AM
-160
+120
+170
+705
13/9 9:00PM
-170
+130
"
"
14/9 9:00AM
-195
+155
+195
+950
14/9 11:00PM
-230
+170
+220
+1100
15/9 10:00PM
-290
+210
"
"

Reigns' Odds To Win At Clash Drop A Bit

I visited the 5Dimes Sportsbook's WWE Clash of Champions betting markets at 8:00PM BST and noticed only one market had changed since I last wrote about them.

The market of note is the one for the no disqualification match between Roman Reigns and Erick Rowan.

As of right now, Reigns is a -290 favourite. This is shorter than the most recent number I have of -245.

His opponent is now out to +215, which is up from the previous price of +175.

There have been reports that this match could be the main event of the evening. I surmise the wagering might be a reaction to these reports.

As I wrote in THIS POST yesterday, I have a feeling that Daniel Bryan will end up involved in tonight's match to set up a Bryan .vs. Reigns match at Hell in a Cell in three weeks.

I thought there was a chance that Rowan wins through an assist from Bryan, but I guess they could get a Reigns victory and then have the show go off the air with Bryan and Rowan attacking Reigns to begin the road to Hell in a Cell.

This is, of course, if the Bryan/Rowan split is a swerve.


Date/Time
Roman Reigns
Erick Rowan
12/9 8:00AM
-530
+350
13/9 8:00AM
-380
+260
13/9 9:00PM
-260
+180
14/9 9:00AM
-195
+155
14/9 11:00PM
-270
+190
15/9 3:40PM
-300
+220
15/9 5:00PM
-245
+175
15/9 8:00PM
-290
+210

More Notes About Observer US Championship Markets For Clash 2019 And More

Kambi's Wrestling Observer star ratings markets for tonight's United States Championship match have once again been adjusted.


The option which covers the Styles .vs. Alexander match is now down to 13/25. As a result, the selection covering both of Rollins' matches have moved to 33/20 from 6/4.

Kambi's Clash of Champions Observer Betting - US Championship .vs. Seth Rollins' Matches

'Same Star Rating' - which allows customers to bet on the US Championship match having the same star rating as Rollins' best of the night - has stalled at 9/4.

The 'Over' has dropped in the Over/Under star ratings market for the match.

As you can see below, the option to wager on the bout receiving over three-and-three-quarter stars in Dave Meltzer's review was initially cut from 5/4 into 23/20 sometime before 10:00AM BST today. It has since declined to EVS.


US Championship
O 3.75
E 3.75
U 3.75
12/9 7:00PM
5/4
43/20
3/4
15/9 10:00AM
23/20
11/5
4/5
15/9 7:30PM
EVS
9/4
9/10


Another market in which customers have backed the 'Over' is the one for Drew Gulak's WWE Cruiserweight Championship defence.

Kambi set the line for the triple threat match at three stars when the market was published three days ago. The 'Over' had been 9/10 ever since, but is now being offered at a shorter 11/20.

Cruiserweight Championship
O 3
E 3
U 3
12/9 7:00PM
9/10
9/4
EVS
15/9 7:30PM
11/20
23/10
6/4

Prices correct as of 7:30PM BST. 


WWE Draft Confirmed For October 11th

WWE Smackdown Is Coming To FOX Promo

The NFL on FOX broadcasts have been promoting Smackdown's debut on the network during tonight's games and one of the things that they have confirmed are the reports that there will be a draft.

It'll take place on October 11th, which will be a week after the show makes its move to the new channel.

The draft will take place four days after this year's WWE Hell in a Cell and will be a few weeks before this year's Survivor Series so that has me wondering whether they'll do the brand versus brand thing this year as it would mean having the two, maybe three if you include NXT, brands having to interact on TV right after there is supposed to be a split.

5Dimes Clash 2019 Odds For Early Sunday Evening

I've just taken a look over the 5Dimes Sportsbook's WWE Clash of Champions 2019 betting markets to note any changes that have been made since the most recent visit.  Here's what I've found.

WWE Intercontinental Championship
Shinsuke Nakamura fell from this morning's -190 into -210 before this afternoon. He has now slipped into -215. 

The Miz is now up from +160 to +165.

Roman Reigns .vs. Erick Rowan
When I wrote about the Reigns .vs. Rowan market in the previous post, I pointed out that Roman Reigns had dropped from -270 into-300 sometime between this morning's post as this afternoon. With Reigns lowered, the bookies moved Rowan out from +190 to +220. However, since 3:40PM BST, the bookies have once again snipped Rowan's odds as he is now at +175 from the aforementioned +220.

A winning bet on Roman Reigns will now pay out at -245. 

WWE Smackdown Women's Championship
Charlotte Flair's odds to win the Smackdown Women's Championship match have been trimmed from +120 to +115. 

A decision in favour of Bayley is currently -155. This is up from -160.

WWE Raw Women's Championship
I pointed out that Becky Lynch had moved to -140 from -120 this afternoon. As a result, Sasha Banks was moved from -120 to +100. 

Since that post was published, Sasha Banks' price was cut to -110. Becky Lynch is now -130 to successfully retain her title.

The Rest
The remaining markets are still showing the same pricing as previous updates. Here they are for those checking in for the first time. I recommend reading THIS MORNING'S POST to see  how the prices have been adjusted since earlier this week.

Rollins and Strowman +200
Roode and Ziggler -280

Seth Rollins -400
Braun Strowman +280

Kofi Kingston -185
Randy Orton +145

Drew Gulak -230
The Field .vs. Gulak +170
Humberto Carrillo +220
Lince Dorado +1,100

The New Day -185
The Revival +145

Bliss and Cross -350
Rose and Deville +250

AJ Styles -350
Cedric Alexander +250

Prices correct as of 5PM BST. The latest can be found on 5Dimes' Betting Board.

Notes About 5Dimes' Clash 2019 Odds

Here are a few things I've noticed while looking through 5Dimes' markets for tonight. Prices are compared to this morning.
  • Kofi Kingston has dropped from -140 into -185 in the market for his WWE Championship defence against Randy Orton. His challenger has moved out to +145 from +100
  • Shinsuke Nakamura has been lowered from -190 to -210 in the WWE Intercontinental Championship market. A win for The Miz will now pay out at odds of +160, which is up from +150
  • Roman Reigns is now a -300 favourite to get a decision over Erick Rowan in the no disqualification match. He was -270 earlier. Rowan has risen to +220 from +190
  • Becky Lynch's odds to successfully retain the WWE Raw Women's Championship have now dropped to -140 from -120. Sasha Banks now moves to outsider as her price has increased to +100 from -120
  • The remaining markets are still showing the same pricing as THIS MORNING
Prices correct as of 3:40PM BST. The latest can be found on the 5Dimes Website.

Slight Change In HIAC 2019 Prop Market

There has been a change in one of the prop markets for WWE Hell in a Cell 2019 that I wrote about in THIS POST yesterday.

The first prop, in which customers can wager whether or not '3 or more matches' will take place inside the Hell in a Cell structure during the October 6th PPV has seen the 'No' lowered from 11/10 into EVS. 

With 'No' moving in, the bookies have placed 'Yes' up from 13/20 into 7/10.

The remaining props are still showing the same prices as yesterday. I don't think I made it completely clear in yesterday's post, but for the 'Yes' to be settled as the winner in the match propositions, the bout has to take place within the Hell in a Cell structure. It must also be advertised as being a HIAC match at least twenty-four hours before the event takes place.

WWE Hell in a Cell 2019 Prop Bets

Notes About Observer US Championship Markets For Clash 2019

I've just taken a look through all of the Wrestling Observer Newsletter star ratings markets from Kambi for tonight's PPV and noticed only a couple of them have changed. Both concern the WWE United States Championship match.

As you can see in the table below, the bookies have adjusted the O/U market for AJ Styles title defence against Cedric Alexander in favour of the 'Over 3.75 Stars'.

The selection has been snipped from 5/4 into 23/20.

US Championship
O 3.75
E 3.75
U 3.75
12/9 7:00PM
5/4
43/20
3/4
15/9 10:00AM
23/20
11/5
4/5

With the 'Over' lowered, the options to wager on 'Exactly 3.75 Stars' and 'Under 3.75 Stars' have moved out to 11/5 from 43/20 and 4/5 from 3/4 respectively.

The United States Championship match is included in one of Kambi's head-to-head specials where it is up against both of Seth Rollins' matches of the night. 

The winning selection will be the match/es that receives the most stars in Dave Meltzer's review of the pay-per-view in next week's issue of the Wrestling Observer Newsletter.

Styles .vs. Alexander is now 3/5 to be the best match out of both of Rollins' offerings. It was initially 4/6. 

With the selection cut, the 'Any Rollins Match' selection has increased from 7/5 to 6/4 and the 'Same Star Rating' option - which will need the US Championship match and the highest rated bout from either or both of Rollins' matches to tie - has been pushed to 9/4 from 43/20.

Kambi Wrestling Observer Betting For Clash Of Champions 2019 - WWE US Championship .vs. Any Seth Rollins Match

The match remains an even-money favourite to receive the most stars in Dave Meltzer's review in a market I wrote about in THIS POST from Thursday.