Wednesday, 25 March 2020

Lynch Drifts Out At 5Dimes And More

Becky Lynch's odds to successfully retain the WWE Raw Women's Championship - at WrestleMania 36 - have drifted out on the 5Dimes website.

I've just checked in with the match market and noticed that Lynch's challenger, Shayna Baszler, is now at -190. This is in from -130.

In a post published over the weekend, I noted that Lynch had dropped from +125 into -110. She is now up to +150.


Date/Time
Becky Lynch
Shayna Baszler
16/3 9:30PM
+125
-165
22/3 6:15PM
-110
-130
25/3 11:00AM
+150
-190


A couple of other markets have been adjusted overnight.

As you'll see in the table below, Charlotte Flair has dipped from +160 into +155 in the market for her NXT Women's Championship challenge against Rhea Ripley.


Date/Time
Rhea Ripley
Charlotte Flair
3/3 12:30PM
-175
+135
16/3 9:30PM
-210
+160
25/3 11:00AM
-195
+155

The titleholder remains a favourite, but her price has moved up from -210 into -195.

On the topic of titleholders, Brock Lesnar's odds have also slipped overnight.


Date/Time
Brock Lesnar
Drew McIntyre
3/3  12:30PM
+180
-260
16/3 9:30PM
+275
-395
19/3 12:45PM
+235
-315
22/3 9:30AM
+220
-300
23/3 9:00AM
+175
-245
23/3 7:00PM
+315
-445
25/3 11:00AM
+280
-400

Lesnar had been a +315 underdog since moving out from +175 on Monday when his challenger, Drew McIntyre, was backed from -245 into -445.

The WWE Champion is now at +280 with McIntyre moving up from the aforementioned -445 into -400.

5Dimes' other markets for WrestleMania are unchanged.

Goldberg is still a +450 underdog to Roman Reigns (-750) in the WWE Universal Championship match market and Bray Wyatt is -420 to get a win over John Cena (+300).

Prices from The 5Dimes Website.

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