Friday, 17 November 2017

WWE Champion After AJ Styles Specials Published

Following AJ Styles' WWE Championship win over Jinder Mahal last week, the oddsmakers from Kambi have priced up two markets where customers can have a punt on Styles' successor and the date the title changes hands.

The markets are similar to previous versions that were published for Randy Orton and Jinder Mahal.

The 'Next To Win Listed Championship' market has John Cena as the front-runner. He's 3/5 and might be enticing to those who believe that Cena will claim his seventeenth world championship over Styles.

The former titleholder, Jinder Mahal, is next up with odds of 5/4. He's followed by Shinsuke Nakamura, who is 9/4.

I am keen to see how this market plays out because - from discussions since last Tuesday - I've had some favour Mahal regaining the strap and others believe that Styles could go all the way to WrestleMania and face Shinsuke Nakamura. I expect they'll be interested in the 9/4.

'During WrestleMania' - in the market where clients can have a punt on the date the title is lost - is currently 5/4. It's a joint-favourite alongside 'Between Royal Rumble But Before WrestleMania 34'.

The second favourite is 'Between Survivor Series But Before Royal Rumble' at 6/4. The section of wrestling fans who believe Jinder Mahal will regain the strap in December are sure to be interested in this.

Option four is 'On First Day After WrestleMania 34 Or Later' at 6/1. This should mean that, if Styles walks out of Mania without losing, you've won the bet because - as a Smackdown title - the WWE Championship is unlikely to be defended on Raw.

The markets are found under 'Futures' on the websites that publish betting odds from Kambi.

1 comment:

  1. I am certainly interested in the 9/4 for Nakamura, but I'm not entirely sure I am going to bet it. I could see Styles retaining at WrestleMania and staying on SmackDown, where he's been positioned as the John Cena-esque face of the brand, while Nakamura heads over to Raw to build to a big main event with Roman Reigns down the line.


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