Sky Bet has published a 'Most Eliminations' market for the men's Royal Rumble match.
What should not be a surprise is Brock Lesnar is a 2/1 favourite. He's followed by Braun Stowman and Drew McIntyre, who are 4/1 joint second-favourites.
In my week of going back and forth on what WWE could do with Brock Lesnar in the Rumble, one idea I have is for Lesnar to be the first person eliminated. Therefore, I've decided to look away from the favourite and at other names with longer odds.
As noted in other posts today, one of the ideas I have for Brock Lesnar and his exit from the battle royal is to be thrown out by Mansoor because this scenario could potentially set up Mansoor as Lesnar's opponent for the reported show that's set to take place in February.
Another person I've considered as a possible eliminator of Lesnar is Edge.
If the scenario I've thought of with Lesnar being eliminated first - and it's Edge who rids him from the match - then that could mean Edge is in for a while and accumulate more eliminations during the match.
Edge has denied that he has been given clearance to return to action and Dave Meltzer has been told that Edge is not Lesnar's opponent for WrestleMania, so I am gambling that he ends up being Lesnar's challenger in February instead.
There is no option to bet on Mansoor getting the most eliminations, but I have backed a few other selections because the odds are generous. Along with the 33/1 for Edge, I've gambled on:
Keith Lee 12/1
Aleister Black 25/1
Kevin Owens 25/1
Tommaso Ciampa 50/1
Erick Rowan 50/1