WWE Champion After AJ Styles
The market where customers can have a wager on the date when the WWE Championship changes hands away from AJ Styles was adjusted today.
|Image taken from 32Red's WWE Betting Page|
When I wrote about this market on Saturday, I noted that the price for Styles to retain all the way through WrestleMania and into 'On First Day After WrestleMania 34 Or Later' was out at 5/1. The selection has evidently been cut to 15/4.
As a result, the 'Between Royal Rumble, But Before WrestleMania 34' option has been increased from 2/1 into 5/2.
'During WrestleMania 34' remains at 1/5.
Money in the Bank Cash-in
I looked over the Money in the Bank cash-in markets in another post published on Saturday.
The market where clients could have a punt on the time-frame when the contract is executed looked this shortly before it was removed:
|Image from Unibet's WWE Betting Page|
On Saturday, I pointed out that the price for a cash-in 'During WrestleMania 34' was 3/1. This has now been snipped to 5/2.
The 'Between Survivor Series, But Before WrestleMania 34' selection has been pushed up from 1/10 into 1/7 while 'On First Day After WrestleMania Or Later' has been kept at 9/2.
WWE Raw Women's Championship After WrestleMania 34
Kambi's market - where customers can have a bet on the wrestler they believe will be WWE Raw Women's Champion at the end of WrestleMania 34 - has also been adjusted since I covered it in a post published yesterday.
In yesterday's post, I mentioned that the current reported WrestleMania plans have Alexa Bliss defending the title against Nia Jax. I noted that, if this plan doesn't change, Nia Jax at 4/1 and Bliss also at 4/1 was appealing. As you can see in the table below, the oddsmakers have slashed Nia Jax's price from 4/1 into 6/4 and snipped Bliss' price from 4/1 into 3s.
Asuka remains the favourite simply because - in storyline - she still hasn't announced which title she will challenge for. The same reports I noted above have her moving to Smackdown to challenge for Charlotte Flair's title.
I'll post more updates when the markets are republished at a later date. In the meantime, you can check out their 2019 Royal Rumble markets.