Wednesday, 19 April 2017

2 More WWE Specials From Kambi

There are two new betting markets available from the websites that offer WWE betting from the Kambi oddsmakers. They're both concerning who the next champions will be after Brock Lesnar and Randy Orton respectively.

The Brock Lesnar (Universal Championship) market has Roman Reigns as a 2/5 favourite to be the next titleholder after 'The Beast'.

This makes sense considering there have been reports that there is a plan for Reigns and Brock Lesnar to once again do battle within the next year.

Braun Strowman - who is apparently next in line to face Lesnar - is a 7/4 second favourite.

I heard Dave Meltzer throw out Finn Balor as one of a few potential SummerSlam opponent for Lesnar on one of the most recent editions of Wrestling Observer Radio. He's third on the list at 4/1.

The other runners are: Samoa Joe 7/1, Seth Rollins 7/1, Bray Wyatt 10/1, Dean Ambrose 15/1, Jeff Hardy 15/1 (another named by Dave Meltzer), Matt Hardy 17/1, The Miz 17/1, Chris Jericho 20/1, CM Punk 25/1, The Rock 33/1, Kurt Angle 50/1 and Triple H 50/1.

The 'Nest to win the WWE Championship' after Randy Orton market has Baron Corbin at the top with a price of EVENS.

Once again, I can understand the logic behind this what with Corbin the favourite to win this year's Money in the Bank ladder match.

Next up are AJ Styles and Kevin Owens, who are joint-second favourites at 2/1 each.

Shinsuke Nakamura, who has seen interest in the Money in the Bank market (read about it in this post), is 3rd with a price of 7/2.

Jinder Mahal, who is next in line to challenge for the title, is 5/1.

Despite facing Randy Orton at next week's WWE Payback 2017 PPV, Bray Wyatt does not appear on this list. I guess this is because the market is filled with people from the Smackdown roster. Wyatt is included in the Raw market for the Universal Championship.

The other selections, and their odds, are: Sami Zayn 5/1, John Cena 10/1, Dolph Ziggler 15/1, Rusev 15/1, CM Punk 25/1 and The Rock 33/1

As noted, when available, the markets can be found on the websites that have Kambi pricing (view the list).

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