Thursday, 11 July 2019

New Kambi Feuds Markets And More

The oddsmakers from Kambi added a trio of new Feuds markets to their specials pages yesterday.

For those who don't know, the 'Feud' specials allow customers to bet on the winner of potential future matches should they take place (and be advertised at least 24 hours beforehand) at any point between the time the bet is struck right up to the end of WrestleMania 36.

The first match that has been priced up is for a possible Brock Lesnar versus Matt Riddle meeting.

This has been drawn up because Riddle has been building support by using social media to say that he wants to go one-on-one with The Beast.

Personally, I doubt it'll happen in time for the WrestleMania 36 cut-off. But, for those who might want a bet, both guys are at 17/20.

The second match that has been created is one I feel has a chance of making it to the SummerSlam card.

Or rather I did.

It's for The Undertaker versus Drew McIntyre. As some visitors might be aware, I backed Shane McMahon and McIntyre to beat Roman Reigns and The Undertaker when they meet at Extreme Rules 2019 this Sunday. I thought the result would lead to Taker going up against McIntyre in August at SummerSlam, but now - after having watched this week's WWE TV - I have a feeling that the babyfaces will win the bout.

Still, it doesn't mean that Taker versus McIntyre cannot happen before next April. As long as the bout is advertised within twenty-four hours of it taking place, any wagers are good to go.

Kambi has positioned McIntyre as an 11/25 favourite. A win for The Undertaker is 6/5.

I don't know when they get there, but I am confident that the third market will end up being a runner.

It's for an Alexa Bliss versus Nikki Cross match.

As I'm sure you're aware, the two have been paired up on television as 'friends' with Bliss seemingly manipulating Cross' trust. They'll meet Bayley, in a two-on-one handicap match for the WWE Smackdown Women's Championship, at Extreme Rules on Sunday night. Whether they win the title and become co-champions or not, I think it's safe to conclude that the end game to the Bliss/Cross story is a breakdown leading to a feud.

Kambi has put Nikki down as a 13/25 favourite.  A win for Alexa is priced at 13/10.

Before I finish, I'd like to point out a Feuds market that has been available since mid-May that I've decided to have a bet on.

It's for a possible meeting between Seth Rollins and Brock Lesnar.

Lesnar's price was cut initially. This is mainly because he become this year's Money in the Bank winner. However, when the market was republished yesterday, it was Rollins' price that was shorter than previous adjustments.

Kambi Feuds - Rollins .vs. Lesnar

I thought that it was worth a gamble on Lesnar to win against Rollins just in case there is another champion versus champion match at this year's Survivor Series.

A lot of things need to fall into place for the bet to work, but I thought Lesnar at 23/20 is worth a gamble in case both are titleholders come November.

I strongly believe that - if Lesnar and Rollins ever meet again, in a proper match - that the result will be a Lesnar win.

And if they don't wrestle before Mania 36, the bet will be voided.

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