Sometime today, Kambi's oddsmakers published two new 'Feuds' markets. One is for Kurt Angle .vs. John Cena and the other is for Drew McIntyre .vs. Roman Reigns.
They were obviously priced up with the idea that these bouts could take place at WrestleMania 35.
On this week's edition of WWE Raw, Kurt Angle announced that he'll wrestle his last match on April 7th. He'll reveal who his opponent will be on the upcoming episode of Raw.
John Cena is the betting favourite to be Angle's WrestleMania dance partner.
As of this evening, the bookies have both men at 17/20 in the Feuds market.
Another thing coming out of Raw was a tease of a match between Roman Reigns and Drew McIntyre after the latter attacked Reigns before he was set to wrestle Baron Corbin.
The beating strongly hinted that it'll be Reigns versus McIntyre on April 7th.
Reigns is a 1/4 favourite while McIntyre is 5/2.
Kambi's Feuds markets allow customers to bet on potential match-ups before they are confirmed by WWE. For these markets to have action, a bout between the two parties has to be advertised at least twenty-four hours before it occurs. If no qualifying match happens from the moment the bet is settled right up until the end of WrestleMania 35, the bookies will void bets on that particular market.
With bets being voided if a match doesn't happen, I've placed a small wager on Kurt Angle to win against John Cena. If it is Angle .vs. Cena in the former's farewell match, I think it would be a nice send-off for Angle to go with a win.