Wednesday, 27 November 2019

A Look At 2 Match Markets For Tonight's AEW Dynamite

Kambi has been accepting wagers on two matches that are set for tonight's edition of AEW Dynamite.

The first bout is a rematch from AEW All Out. It'll see PAC and Kenny Omega wrestle once again.

When the market was first installed on Sunday, PAC was a 13/25 favourite. A win for his opponent was priced at 13/10. However, when I checked in the following night, I noticed Omega's price had been snipped into 23/20 while PAC's had moved up to 8/13.

I surmise the fact that PAC won the first meeting might be the reason why Omega has seemingly been backed to win tonight.


Date/Time
PAC
Kenny Omega
24/11 5:30PM
13/25
13/10
25/11 10:45PM
8/13
23/20
27/11 11:00AM
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As you can see, this morning's pricing remains at the same odds as Monday night.

In the other match on tonight's card, MJF and Hangman Page will wrestle each other for a diamond ring.

MJF and Page are wrestling one another for the ring after being the two finalists in the 12-man Dynamite Dozen battle royal on last week's show.

Just like with PAC .vs. Kenny Omega, Kambi released the market on Sunday. When I first came across it, MJF was an 8/13 fave with Hangman Page at 23/20.

On Monday afternoon, I noticed that the odds had moved in the favour of MJF as his price had lowered to 11/25 while Page was moved out to 8/5.

The interest in MJF continued as - by 10:45PM GMT the same day - he was down to 1/3 and Page had drifted to 2/1.


Date/Time
MJF
Adam 'Hangman' Page
24/11 5:30PM
8/13
23/20
25/11 12:45PM
11/25
8/5
25/11 10:45PM
1/3
2/1
27/11 11:00AM
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It is understandable to see MJF's odds declining as he is the heel and a diamond ring gimmick would suit his character moving forward.

The ring will be awarded to the winner by Diamond Dallas Page, so this also allows for the heel to do something to the veteran post-match.

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