Saturday, 10 February 2018

Brock Lesnar's Universal Championship Successor Odds Update For February 10th

The Kambi oddsmakers have republished two markets specific to the WWE Universal Championship where customers can have a bet on the date Brock Lesnar drops the strap and who to.

These markets were first published a few weeks after Lesnar defeated Bill Goldberg for the strap at WrestleMania 33. When they were installed, punters had the choice to back other options in both markets but - as time has passed and with it being WrestleMania season - some of these selections have become obsolete.

Only four options remain in the market where clients can wager on the date of the loss.

Date Brock Lesnar Drops WWE Universal Title Odds For February 10th 2018

'During WrestleMania' is still a favourite. This is due to the reports from as far back as before last year's Mania that Brock Lesnar and Roman Reigns would tussle for the Universal Title at WrestleMania 34.

Back in April, 'During WrestleMania 34' was 1/2. It is now 1/14, which is due to a combination of people backing the selection and the oddsmakers having to trim the line because of the removal of the obsolete choices.

'On First Raw After WrestleMania 34' is now 4/1. It was previously 11/2, but had opened 7/1. If Lesnar retains beyond the Raw after WrestleMania 34, the bookies will pay out 7/4. It was recently 4/1, but has been as high as 15/1 (July 17th 2017).


Universal Champion After Brock Lesnar Betting Odds For February 10th 2018

Roman Reigns - who opened 2/5 - is now down to 1/10 in the list where clients can have a punt on who they believe will become the next WWE Universal Champion.

Braun Strowman is a second-favourite. His odds have been cut from 2/1 into 6/4 while John Cena (11/2 to 9/1) and Finn Balor (7/1 to 9/1) have both drifted out.

Shinsuke Nakamura, who won the 2018 WWE Royal Rumble and had a choice of Lesnar or AJ Styles before opting for the latter, is 11/2. This is the first time he has appeared on the list since I last checked in last month.

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