The 'Raw Tag Team Championship' has become a 6/4 favourite to be the next WWE title to change hands in a betting market that has been available to Sky Bet customers since Wednesday morning.
When the market was first installed, the selection was being offered as a 2/1 joint-favourite alongside the Women's Tag Team Championship.
The latter has also had its price snipped within the past day as the bookmakers have moved it down to 7/4.
In yesterday's update, I noted that the 'United States Championship' selection had been cut from 10s into 6/1. Its descent has evidently continued as it is now down to 9/2.
The 'Smackdown Women's Championship' is also showing shorter pricing than yesterday as it is now at 11/2 - down from 13/2.
As you'll see in the table below, with the four selections moving in, the firm has increased the prices of all but one of the remaining options.
'Smackdown Tag Team Championship' is up to 8/1 from 7/2, Seth Rollins' Universal Championship and Kofi Kingston's 'WWE Championship' have both moved moved up from 10/1 to 12/1 while the 'Intercontinental Championship' is 20/1 from 16/1.
The 'Raw Women's Championship' has been kept at 14/1.