Thursday, 9 May 2019

5Dimes MITB Match Winner Outrights Update For May 9th

There have been mild changes made to the two Money in the Bank ladder match markets that are available to 5Dimes customers.

The men's market has been adjusted with Drew McIntyre now being lowered to +150. He had been +150 from early on May 1st right up to sometime between 11PM BST last night and this morning.

Another selection showing shorter odds is the one for Ali. They've been snipped from +1,250 into +1,150 since yesterday.

The other participants remain as they were when I last wrote about them. They are:

Andrade +305
Finn Balor +1,000
Baron Corbin +1,250
Ricochet +1,700
Randy Orton +1,750
Braun Strowman +2,300

By the way, in the previous 5Dimes post, I subconsciously forgot to mention Braun Strowman's odds to win the ladder match. I guess this may have been subconscious ignorance because I feel he is one of the least likely winners this year (I thought the same thing last year and look what happened!). I have looked back at my notes - he was +2,800 when the market was first published on April 28th, but moved to his current price of +2,300 by 8AM BST on May 1st.

There has been one adjustment made in the market for the women. Alexa Bliss - who had been +800 since the morning of May 3rd - is now down to +700.

Just like with Strowman, I've dismissed Bliss as a potential winner for this year's match. This is mainly because she is the most recent victor.

The other participants' prices are:

Ember Moon +325
Mandy Rose +300
Bayley +400
Naomi +1,500
Natalya +1,750
Dana Brooke +2,250
Carmella +2,300

As some of you know, for the past few months, I have shared my opinion that the winners should come from the Smackdown brand as it would allow for potential cash-ins on the show once it moves to Fox. This theory is being tested now that there is a 'Wild Card Rule' which will allow for Raw talent to show up on Smackdown.

Prices correct as of 10AM BST today. The latest can be found on the 5Dimes Website.

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