More post-WrestleMania 35 'Champion After' markets have been published by Sky Bet today.
This time the company has priced up market where customers can place bets on who they believe will succeed Kofi Kingston and Seth Rollins for their respective WWE and Universal Championships.
AJ Styles and Daniel Bryan are joint-favourites to be the next to hold the WWE Championship following Kingston's reign. They're both 7/1.
Next up are Kevin Owens and Randy Orton at 8/1 each. They're followed by The Miz (9/1), Rey Mysterio (10/1), Samoa Joe (10/1), Ali (14/1) and many more.
In a post published yesterday, I pointed out that Seth Rollins .vs. Roman Reigns was one of the favourites to be the main event of WrestleMania 36. Therefore, with Rollins .vs. Reigns being a match on people's minds, it was not a surprise to see Reigns as an 8/1 favourite to be the next Universal Champion.
However, since first looking at the market, I've noticed that Braun Strowman has jumped Reigns in the betting to become an 8/1 fave. As a result, Reigns' price has drifted to 9/1.
I have had a wager on one of the selections in the market. I've backed AJ Styles at 16/1. His price is now down to 12/1.
Both are hard markets to call with a Superstar Shakeup next week, but I have a feeling Styles will end up on Raw. A move to the red brand is long overdue. 16/1 to become next Universal Champ - even with an injury - was worth the gamble.
It could all be for nothing following next week's TVs!