Friday, 9 August 2019

5Dimes' SummerSlam Odds For Friday Night

Here are some notes I've made from my 11PM BST visit to the 5Dimes Sportsbook's WWE SummerSlam 2019 markets.


  • Seth Rollins' odds to win the Universal Championship match were snipped from +160 into +150 yesterday and have stalled as of this evening. Lesnar is still -190 after moving up from -210
  • The WWE Championship market still has Kofi Kingston a -245 favourite over Randy Orton (+175)
  • Shane McMahon was cut from +300 to +270 last night, but has now drifted up to +305. Kevin Owens went from -420 to -390 and then down to -425 in this space of time
  • Finn Balor went to +700 from +800 for his match with Bray Wyatt before 11PM yesterday. He remains at this price twenty-four hours later. Bray Wyatt moved to -1,500 from -1,700 due to Balor's price lowering
  • AJ Styles went from -190 to -265 overnight and has remained at this price in the US Championship market through the day. Ricochet went out to +185 from +150 and he has obviously stalled at that price
  • Drew Gulak went from -285 to -290 a day ago, but hasn't changed since. Oney Lorcan went out to +210 from +205 when Gulak's odds slid in
  • Natalya was cut from +280 into +240 by 11PM BST last night and has stayed at this price for the past day. Becky Lynch went up from -400 to -320
  • Bayley was moved from -150 to -180 overnight and has stayed at this price today. Ember Moon drifted to +140 from +110
  • Trish Stratus was cut from +325 into +250 overnight and remains at this morning's price. Charlotte Flair is -350 after moving up from -475 when Stratus was lowered
  • Dolph Ziggler is still a +600 outsider for his match against Bill Goldberg (-1,200)

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