Last Saturday, I published a post in which I mentioned that the oddsmakers from Kambi had released Hell in a Cell 2019 prop bets.
The props allowed customers to wager on certain matches taking place inside the Hell in a Cell structure on next month's card.
There were eight propositions priced up and they had a short shelf life considering last Sunday's Clash of Champions followed by Raw and Smackdown would have - and did - hint of potential matches for the upcoming event.
Of the eight props, only one was republished after this week's television shows and it is one for a possible match between Shane McMahon and Kevin Owens.
If you watched this week's WWE Smackdown, you would have seen the company has furthered its McMahon/Owens storyline by having the fired Owens serve papers to McMahon threatening to sue WWE for wrongful termination.
It's strongly looking like the pair will meet in another match. Whether it's going to be another Hell in a Cell match - after they wrestled in one two years ago - is another thing, though.
From betting, the market has been adjusted in favour of the Hell in a Cell 2019 card having an Owens .vs. McMahon cell match.
As you can see in the table below, the 'Yes' has been cut from 23/20 into 7/20 following the storyline development.
Those who believe that the two will not meet inside the cell on October 6th can now find the 'No' at 19/10. This is up from its previous price of 8/13 favourite.