Saturday, 10 August 2019

How William Hill's NXT TakeOver: Toronto Markets Opened And Closed

With NXT TakeOver starting within the next hour, I thought I'd publish a post pointing out how William Hill's match markets closed.

Candice LeRae .vs. Io Shirai
When the market for this match was opened on Thursday, the bookies had Io Shirai as a 4/11 favourite. Her price was down to 2/7 before the market was taken down.
As a result, Candice LeRae was moved out from 2/1 to 5/2.

Shayna Baszler .vs. Mia Yim
The NXT Women's Championship market started off with the titleholder - Shayna Baszler - a 4/7 fave. By this evening, she was down to 2/5.
Her challenger, Mia Yim, went from 13/10 to 7/4.

Velveteen Dream .vs. Roderick Strong .vs. Pete Dunne
The market for the NXT North American Championship kicked off with the current titleholder, Velveteen Dream, at 11/8, Roderick Strong at 6/5 and Pete Dunne at 3s.
The price for a Strong win was cut to 5/6 over the two days while the other competitors - Dream and Dunne - moved to 7/5 and 5/1 respectively.

Street Profits .vs. The Undisputed Era
The Street Profits were EVS to successfully retain the NXT Tag Team Championship over Bobby Fish and Kyle O'Reilly (8/11) when the market was first priced up. The punters have evidently sided with the favourites as The Undisputed Era selection was down to 1/2 by this evening. A win for the champs closed at odds of 6/4.

Adam Cole .vs. Johnny Gargano 
When the NXT Championship market went live, William Hill had the titleholder - Adam Cole - as a 1/2 favourite. His price was a shorter 1/5 when I checked in tonight.
With Cole seemingly the punters' choice to win, the bookmaker ended up closing with Gargano at 10/3. He had started at 6/4.

William Hill's Pro Wrestling markets can be found under 'TV/Specials' on the William Hill Website.

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