Long ListThis is a market with a handful of names. The punter will win if their choice becomes either the WWE Universal or World Champion at any point between the time of the bet being struck right up to the close of next year's Mania.
I last recorded the odds a week yesterday. There have been some noticeable changes since then.
For starters, they've cut Braun Strowman's odds down from even money to 17/20. This makes sense considering he is the upcoming challenger to Brock Lesnar's Universal Championship.
Kevin Owens' price being cut from 3/4 into 3/5 is another that doesn't surprise me. He was last seen attacking Vince McMahon at the close of Smackdown - a sign that they have big things planned from him at the moment and potentially in the future.
With Strowman and Owens moving down, the oddsmakers have pushed up a few selections.
Finn Balor has increased from 3/1 to 4/1, Sami Zayn is 7/1 from 6/1, Samoa Joe is 4/1 from 3s and Seth Rollins is also at 4/1 from 3/1.
Head-to-HeadsThe head-to-head markets pit two names against each other. A winning bet will be on the person who wins either the Universal or World title ahead of the person they're opposing. An option of 'Neither Wins Title' is also included for the punters who believe that both wrestlers won't win any of the major straps before April 8th.
You can see how I have tracked the odds movement by clicking the image below.
Braun Strowman .vs. AJ Styles
Strowman's odds in this market - where he is opposing AJ Styles - has been cut from 7/5 to 11/10. As a result, the oddsmakers have moved Styles from EVS to 11/10 and 'Neither' to 47/20 from 2/1.
Dean Ambrose .vs. Seth Rollins
There's no change in the market where the current WWE Raw Tag Team Champions are opposing one another. Ambrose is 10/1, Rollins is 7/2 and the option to bet against both men is 1/16.
Kevin Owens .vs. Sami Zayn
As noted above, the odds for Kevin Owens have been cut to win in the long list. So, it isn't surprising to see the oddsmakers have snipped him here in the market where he's up against his real-life friend, Sami Zayn. Owens has been cut from 5/2 into 8/5, 'Neither' has moved up slightly from 1/7 into 1/5 and Zayn has jumped to 25s from 10/1.
Cesaro .vs. The Miz
Another market that has remained stationary. Cesaro is 10/1, The Miz is 4/1 and 'Neither' is 1/20.
Roman Reigns .vs. John Cena
This is the head-to-head market that I have been interested in the most. Since last checking in, John Cena has been cut from evens to 17/20. They've moved Roman Reigns up from 1/2 to 3/5. A bet on 'Neither' has remained at 10/1.
Baron Corbin .vs. Bray Wyatt
After losing the Money in the Bank contract, Baron Corbin drifted out from 1/20 to 3/1 in the head-to-head where he's up against Bray Wyatt. The oddsmakers have kept Corbin at 3/1, but have moved Wyatt to 10/1 from 8/1. The option to bet on 'Neither' has been snipped from 1/8 to 1/10.
And that's all the Road to WrestleMania 34 markets covered for now. I'll check back in with them at a later point and publish another update.