I finished the aforementioned post stating that I'd cover the new Sky Bet markets that came out last week following WrestleMania 35 now that they've been adjusted following the Superstar Shakeup. So, here goes..
Universal Champion After Seth Rollins
The selection that stands out - so far - in the market for Seth Rollins' Universal Championship successor is Drew McIntyre.
You'll see, by clicking on the image below, that he was 12/1 when I first came across the market a couple of days after Mania. His price has dropped all the way down to 2/1.
AJ Styles - who is now even more eligible to succeed Rollins as they're now both on the same brand - was 16/1 last week, but is now a 3/1 favourite.
Following Roman Reigns' move from Raw to Smackdown, his selection went out to 20s from 8/1 but - as of this evening - his price is down to 16/1.
Samoa Joe is another selection that has shortened since yesterday. After moving out from 22/1 to 50/1 he has now been snipped into 33/1. This is from a small wager I placed on Joe as I've more or less written off his chances of keeping the US Championship and thought it was worth a punt on him eventually winding up with the red strap.
WWE Champion After Kofi Kingston
The big story coming out of this week's shakeup was Roman Reigns' move from Raw to Smackdown. As a result of this switch, the bookies went from offering Reigns at double figures to 3/1 favourite to succeed Kofi Kingston for the WWE Championship.
The market is unchanged from yesterday's post-shakeup update, so you can view how the other selections moved by clicking on the image below.
Raw Women's Champion After Becky Lynch
Lacey Evans has remained a 4/1 favourite to be the next WWE Raw Women's Champion in the market in which customers can place wagers on Becky Lynch's successor for the red brand's title.
Former champ, Ronda Rousey, was moved from 6/1 to 4/1 within the first day. She remains at this price post-shakeup.
Other selections to move in following Monday and Tuesday were Sasha Banks (7/1 to 5/1), Ruby Riott (25/1 to 10/1), Natalya (25/1 to 12/1), Naomi (40/1 to 14/1), Dana Brooke (25/1 to 20/1) and Sarah Logan (50/1 to 40/1).
Smackdown Women's Champion After Becky Lynch
Charlotte Flair went from 5/2 into 7/4 in the market to succeed Lynch for the Smackdown Women's Title.
Asuka, who was also 5/2 last week, has drifted out to 7/1. There's a good reason why - she looks destined to be in the tag division for the time being.
Two of Smackdown's latest signings - Bayley and Ember Moon - have both moved in from 50/1 into 9/1 each.
Other selections to lower since the TVs are: Carmella (12/1 to 10/1), Mandy Rose (12/1 to 10/1), Ronda Rousey (was 14/1 on April 9th, moved to 11/1 on April 10th but ow 10/1), Nikki Cross (20/1 to 16/1), Sasha Banks (25/1 to 16/1), Sonya Deville (20/1 to 16/1), Kairi Sane (33/1 to 20/1) Liv Morgan (80/1 to 40/1) and Mickie James (80/1 to 50/1).
Intercontinental Champion After Finn Balor
With Finn Balor moving over to Smackdown from Raw, there has been a major update to the market.
A lot of the Raw roster, who were in the running before Balor's move, have been taken off the board while Smackdown talent have been added. The most notable are Ali, Daniel Bryan and Randy Orton who are all available at 6/1 each.
Raw Tag Team Champions After Curt Hawkins and Zack Ryder
Following their WWE Smackdown Tag Team Championship loss to Matt and Jeff Hardy, The Usos were added to the 'Raw Tag Team Championship After Curt Hawkins and Zack Ryder' market at 4/1. They were then cut to 3/1 and were 5/2 on ahead of Monday's Raw. When the market was republished on Wednesday - and obviously after Jimmy and Jey were officially named as Raw signings - they were moved down to 11/10.
NXT's Tag Team Champions -
The War Raiders The Viking Experience - were also brought up to Raw on Monday night. The team was already available ahead of their call-up at 14/1, but was 7/2 yesterday and is now down to 3/1.
Smackdown Tag Team Champions After The Hardy Boyz
The Bar and The New Day were 9/2 to succeed Matt and Jeff Hardy when the market was published a day following the Hardys' win over The Usos on last week's Smackdown. They have since moved in to 5/2.
Heavy Machinery, who were officially announced as Smackdown talent this week, have been cut from 10/1 into 4/1.
Rusev and Shinsuke Nakamura, who were still a tandem on TV this week, have had their odds halved from 8/1.
WWE Women's Tag Team Champions After The IIconics
On Tuesday's Smackdown, Paige revealed the team she had lined up for The IIconics were Asuka and Kairi Sane. They were instant favourites when the 'Champs After The IIconics' market was published on Wednesday.
Another team that has shortened since Tuesday is Mandy Rose and Sony Deville. Their selection was initially 5/1 on April 9th, but drifted to 6/1 the following day. This was likely due to punters assuming that Paige's team would be Kairi Sane and Io Shirai as their price was snipped from 8/1 into 3/1. The Sane and Shirai selection went all the way down to 6/4 before the market was closed ahead of TVs and is now off the board following the pairing of Shirai and Asuka.
All the prices mentioned in this post were correct as of 7PM BST this evening.