The oddsmakers from Kambi have added a new TV prop bet to their markets for this week's professional wrestling shows.
It's for the WWE WrestleMania 32 re-airing that will be broadcast on ESPN this Sunday night.
As of today, Kambi is asking customers to gamble on the show getting '0.75 Million or More' viewers with the 'Yes' a 7/10 favourite.
A winning bet on the show performing lower than 750,000 - by backing 'No' - will pay out at odds of EVS.
Last Sunday, ESPN aired WrestleMania 30. It had a total average of 839,000 viewers.
The company has also republished its Smackdown versus Raw spread special and changed the line for the WWE Smackdown proposition.
In the spread special customers were asked to gamble on the prospect of Smackdown beating Raw by 250,000 or more viewers.
This week's Raw had a total average of 2,006,333 viewers so - for 'Yes' to win - Smackdown will need an average of 2,256,333 viewers or more to win.
The odds for 'Yes' are now at 13/20. This is down from the pre-Raw airing price of 9/10.
Anything below that will be a victory for the 'No' which has now been pushed to 11/10 from 4/5.
As for the Smackdown prop - Kambi has lowered the line of '2.5 Million or More' viewers down to '2.3 Million or More'.
Both 'Yes' and 'No' are available at 17/20 each.