I had written a post about this particular market on Friday afternoon when I noted that Brock Lesnar .vs. Roman Reigns had become a 2/5 favourite. After posting, I thought I would publish an update with a table showing how the prices have changed from the day that the market was first installed. I pushed this to the back of the agenda because I wanted to cover some of the other markets that were on-site before they were removed. I have now managed to find the time to return to this subject albeit two days after the market was removed.
So, without further ado, here's the table showing the difference between prices from day one right up to when they were republished last Friday.
I've already pointed out that Brock Lesnar versus Roman Reigns had been backed from 6/4 into 2/5 while 'John Cena .vs. Roman Reigns', which was the 1/2 favourite to start off with, was pushed out to 5/1 after it became clear the pair would meet at WWE No Mercy 2017.
Other selections that are showing shorter prices than when they were first put up are 'AJ Styles versus Shinsuke Nakamura' and 'Any Match Featuring The Undertaker'.
A winning bet on Styles versus Nakamura will now pay out at 5/1. It was initially 6/1.
The option to bet on The Undertaker once again being in the final match of WrestleMania has been cut from 10/1 into 13/2. If anyone has backed this, I think they've placed a bad bet. I strongly believe this year's WrestleMania was the last we've seen of The Undertaker wrestling in the main event of a Mania.
With the four options moving down, and putting Cena vs Reigns at 5/1, the oddsmakers had increased the prices for the following:
'Any Match Featuring Kenny Omega' has jumped up to 50/1 from 33/1. The same can be said of 'Any Match Featuring Conor McGregor'.
AJ Styles .vs. Finn Balor, Braun Strowman .vs. Brock Lesnar and Braun Strowman versus Roman Reigns have all been moved up to 10/1 from 8/1.
Braun Strowman versus John Cena - which would be a rematch from this week's Raw - has gone to 8/1 from 6s.
I'll look back over this market when it's back on-site.