With Charlotte Flair choosing to challenge Rhea Ripley for the NXT Women's Championship at WrestleMania 36, the oddsmakers from Kambi have taken Flair's name out of the running in WrestleMania Champions markets I wrote about yesterday.
In the specials, customers have the opportunity to wager on the person who they believe will be holding the respective WWE titles once this year's WrestleMania is over.
The Smackdown Women's Championship market had Flair in it at odds of 10/1 yesterday. However, she is no longer available.
Naomi, who was installed as a 4/6 favourite on Saturday, has now been taken down to 1/2.
With the favourite's price lowered, the bookies have placed Sasha Banks up from 2/1 to 9/4 and Lacey Evans is now 11/2 from 9/2.
The current champ - Bayley - has stalled at 13/10.
Carmella, who will wrestle Naomi on this week's edition of WWE Smackdown to determine who will challenge Bayley at Super ShowDown - remains 9/2.
I noticed an error that I made in the table for the Raw Women's Championship match in yesterday's post.
I had the most recent odds at '15 DEC 6:00PM', but it was meant to have read for February 15th.
Since publishing the post, as well as Charlotte Flair no longer being a selection, the odds for Becky Lynch to still be in possession of the title at the end of WrestleMania have shortened.
The odds dropped from 17/20 into 3/4 sometime before 9:30PM last night. As a result, Shayna Baszler was pushed to EVS from 17/20.
Baszler remained at EVS when Lynch's odds were moved to 7/10 sometime before 12PM GMT today.
It's also worth noting that, before being taken off the board, Flair's odds were cut from 19/2 into 17/2 yesterday.