Sunday, 11 February 2018

Daniel Bryan Now 1/2 To Wrestle For WWE And More

The oddsmakers from Kambi have cut Daniel Bryan's next match to be inside a WWE ring from 3/5 into 1/2 since I last wrote about it on January 19th.

Daniel Bryan Return Betting Odds - Promotion
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This market, where clients can have a punt on the promotion where Daniel Bryan's return to the ring occurs - if it does - was first published in November last year. Since then, 'WWE' has dropped from 2/1.

As I've written numerous times since November, WWE's doctor - Joseph Maroon - would have to clear Bryan to return to the ring.

It was Maroon's diagnosis which led to Bryan being forced to retire and - with WWE fighting off concussion lawsuits left, right and centre - I have a hard time believing a match will be promoted by World Wrestling Entertainment.

With 'WWE' falling, the oddsmakers have pushed up the prices of three other promotions.

Mexico's CMLL - which Bryan has shown an interest in - has drifted from 7s into 8/1, Lucha Underground has moved from 17/1 to 20/1 as has the option to back 'Pro Wrestling NOAH'.

Even though the market where customers can have a punt on the promotion that could potential host Daniel Bryan / Bryan Danielson's return has been active, the special where punters can choose the timeframe when the match takes place has stalled.

Date Of Daniel Bryan's Return Betting Odds
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'Before/During WrestleMania 34' is still even money. The favourite - 'Between September 28th 2018, But Before WrestleMania 35' - remains at 7/20. This period covers the time where Bryan's WWE contract is set to expire, so - if Bryan doesn't get clearance from WWE and decides to part ways with the company - this could end up being the winning selection should he choose to come out of retirement inside a ring other than WWE's.

Prices correct as of the time of publishing. When available, the market can be found on the websites that publish betting odds from Kambi. A couple of examples can be found below:

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