Sunday, 1 December 2019

2020 WWE Hall Of Hame Headliner Betting Update For December 1st

Kambi's betting market, in which customers can bet on who they believe will be the headliner of the 2020 WWE Hall of Fame ceremony was republished yesterday with a a number of selections' prices shortened.

All of the price changes I've recorded can be viewed in the image. Below the picture are some notes about the recent changes.

2020 WWE Hall of Fame Headliner Betting

  • The Undertaker and The Rock are joint-favourites again. As of right now, both men are 33/20. This time however, Taker's price has moved in as he was 2/1 when the market was last available. Rock has drifted from 6/4 favourite to 33/20
  • John 'Bradshaw' Layfield has been taken down to 15/2 from 17/2
  • William Regal is also 15/2 from 17/2. Of all the selections, I've found Regal's fluctuation intriguing as his price has been as high as 40/1 and it would appear he is being backed, but I don't know if the person - or persons - backing him are aware that it's to be the headline act and not just to be a part of the 2020 class
  • With CM Punk now kind of back in WWE, or at least working for a FOX-produced WWE show, his price has had a steep drop from 100/1 into 10/1
I've already noted that Dwayne Johnson's odds have moved up from 6/4 into 33/20. Here are the other selections that have drifted:
  • Batista is up from 4/1 to 5/1
  • The New World Order has also moved to 5/1 from 4/1
  • Vince McMahon has gone from 7/1 to 10/1
  • Triple H is up from 33s to 40/1
  • Linda McMahon is now 50/1 from 40/1
  • 'Any female inducted as a single inductee (excluding Linda McMahon and Ronda Rousey)' has been placed at 66/1 from 50/1
  • Ronda Rousey is 150/1 from 100/1
  • Eric Bischoff is up from 160/1 to 250/1
The 2020 Hall of Fame ceremony will take place on Thursday April 2nd.

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