Sunday, 12 May 2019

Kambi's Becky Lynch 'The Man' Specials For MITB 2019

As mentioned in a couple of posts yesterday, the oddsmakers from Kambi have published match and specials markets for WWE Money in the Bank 2019. Some of the specials they've devised are concerning Becky Lynch's title matches on next weekend's card.

The markets are titled 'Becky Lynch - The Man Specials' and there are three available. Two are propositions while the final one is a straight up.

Proposition one is called 'Becky 2 Belts' and it asks the customers to bet whether or not Lynch is still holding both the Raw and Smackdown Women's Championships at the conclusion of the PPV. 

The 'Yes' has been priced at 11/10 and the 'No' is 13/20.

It's worth pointing out that the prop does include a potential Money in the Bank cash-in attempt by whoever wins the ladder match during the PPV.

A cash-in is also included in the second proposition which is named 'Becky No Belts'. It's offering 'Yes' or 'No' on Lynch dropping BOTH of her titles during the PPV. 

They're offering 9/4 that she does indeed become 'Becky No Belts' while they have 2/7 pricing on the champ walking away with at least one of her straps.

The third special is 7/2. For it to win, Lynch has to retain both of her titles in the scheduled matches on the card and there also has to be a cash-in with the champ successfully retaining her strap in it as well.

I haven't placed any bets on these markets, but - if I were to - I'd probably go for the 'Yes' in the 'Becky 2 Belts' prop market. As I've written in recent posts, I believe they should have at least one PPV with Lynch keeping both of her straps in separate matches.

With that said, the fact I haven't bet on his must mean I am subconsciously not confident that it'll play out as I think it should.

We'll find out in a little over a week from now.

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