With the Money in the Bank cash-in, from the WWE Tables, Ladders and Chairs 2020 event from December 20th, being declared void in a subsequent storyline on WWE TV, the oddsmakers from Kambi installed new Money in the Bank specials.
The markets were created because the original ones were settled on an unsuccessful cash-in per all pro wrestling markets being settled on the result at the end of the respective broadcasts.
The renewed markets have now been settled following Miz's successful cash-in, and WWE Championship victory, at last night's Elimination Chamber '21 show.
Four Money in the Bank markets were priced up at the start of the year.
The first was a prop bet which asked customers whether or not the cash-in would be a successful one. When it opened, the eventual winner - 'Yes' - was a 6/5 underdog to the 'No', which was 3/5.
Going by the betting, it appears as though the consensus thought the next cash-in would also be a failure as 'No' had fallen into 1/2 within twelve days.
The option to bet on the cash-in being a success was raised up to 7/5 due to the interest in the opposing selection.
The 'Date of Briefcase Cash-in' special offered customers three options to bet on. They were: 'Before WrestleMania 37', 'During WrestleMania 37' and 'After WrestleMania 37'.
The eventual winner started off as an 11/25 favourite. The selection which would have paid out had the contract been executed during WrestleMania Weekend was 9/4 while the option that would have paid out at the close of WrestleMania, had there not been a cash-in, was offered at 2/1.
Looking at the first sign of action, it appears as though the customers predicted the cash-in would occur at Mania because the price for that selection was snipped into 33/20. The other two options were moved up slightly with 'After WrestleMania 37' going to 12/5 and 'Before WrestleMania 37' having a slight increase to 1/2.
On the day before the 2021 WWE Royal Rumble, Kambi republished the market with its favourite - and eventual winner - down to 1/5.
'During WrestleMania 37' had jumped out to 43/20 and 'After WrestleMania 37' placed at a higher 9/2.
When the 'Show of Briefcase Cash-in' market opened on January 5th, the bookies had 'PPV/Network Special' a 1/3 favourite over the 2/1 that would have paid out had the contract been executed on one of WWE's weekly TV programmes.
McIntyre started as an 11/20 favourite. However, a day before the Rumble, his odds had descended into 11/50.