It has been over two days since I last published an update about Sky Bet's 'Next Title to Change Hands' market, so here's all of the changes that I failed to publish yesterday.
The 'WWE Championship' and 'Universal Championship' were 3/1 joint-favourites by 4PM BST yesterday. This was due to the 'WWE Championship' selection having been lowered from 5/1.
With Kofi Kingston's title moving down, the bookies pushed out the 'Women's Tag Team Championship' selection up from 11/4 up to 4/1.
As there were no title switches on last night's WWE Super ShowDown card, this market continues.
Today's adjustments have seen the two favourites pushed up to 4/1 while the aforementioned selection for the women's tag straps have continued to drift as they're now at 9/2.
Another selection which has drifted is the one for Finn Balor's 'WWE Intercontinental Championship'. It has moved up to 8/1 from 7s.
The remaining markets have all moved in.
As you can see, the 'Raw Tag Team Championship' has shortened from 7/1 to 5/1, the US Championship is 13/2 from 7/1, Smackdown's tag straps have dipped from 11/1 to 8/1, Bayley's Smackdown Women's Championship has fallen to 10/1 from 12/1 and Becky Lynch's Raw Women's Championship has moved into 16/1 from 20s.