Saturday, 28 September 2019

2 New Pro Wrestling TV Ratings Prop Bets From Kambi And More

Kambi has added two more prop markets to its TV ratings specials for next week.

The new additions are highlighted in the image below.

Pro Wrestling TV Prop Bets - 28th September 2019

The first highlighted proposition asks customers to bet on AEW Dynamite performing better than NXT's show on the USA Network in the demographic breakdown for ages 18-49.

For what it's worth, NXT had a rating of 0.43 in this demographic for the debut on USA Network and it dropped to 0.32 for this week's show.

As of today's release, the 'Yes' - meaning that Dynamite will beat NXT in this demographic on Wednesday night - is an 11/25 favourite. The option to bet on NXT getting a higher number than AEW is 8/5.

The second highlighted market is all about how Raw performs on Monday night.

The bookies have set a line of an average 2.4 Million viewers over the three hours. Customers have the option to wager on the show getting that amount or more, by backing 'Yes' at 19/20. The option to wager on the show averaging less than 2,400,000 is 3/4.

Another thing worth pointing out, in regards to these specials, is the fact that Kambi has once again changed the line for the prop in which customers can bet on the total audience for all of next week's shows (Raw, Dynamite, NXT and Smackdown).

When it first opened, the proposition asked was whether the audience total would be 8,000,000 or more. Then, within four days, Kambi had adjusted the line to 7.5 Million. It is now back up to 8 Million after customers backed the 'Yes' from 17/20 into 7/10. 

As of today, both the 'Yes' and 'No' are at 17/20.

Kambi's Pro Wrestling TV Ratings Prop Bets - September 2019

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