AEW All In is finally just 24 hours away with a record-breaking crowd expected inside London’s iconic Wembley Stadium tomorrow.
We will present you the early betting odds for the card and will update these numbers tomorrow hours before the show. Please remember that odds will likely change so be careful if you are betting with real money.
In the AEW World title main event match, MJF will defend his gold against Adam Cole. MJF is expected to retain with 1/3 odds while Cole is 9/4 to get his first major title.
CM Punk thinks his world title is the real one since he never lost it so he’s also defending it on the show. Punk is 1/7 favorite to retain the title while the ROH TV champion Samoa Joe is 10/3 with his odds. Joe’s title is not up for grabs.
The AEW Women’s title is on the line in a four-way match with champion Hikaru Shida defending against Saraya, Toni Storm, and Britt Baker. Shida is favorite to retain with 4/5 odds while Britain’s own Saraya is 10/11. Former champions Storm and Baker are both with 11/2 odds.
Despite his arrest last week, Cash Wheeler will join Dax Harwood for their match against The Young Bucks for the AEW World Tag Team titles. The reigning champs are still favorite to keep their gold with 8/11 odds while the Bucks are 10/11.
Sting and Darby Allin team up to take on Swerve Strickland and Christian Cage in a coffin match. Much to no surprise, Sting and Allin are big favorites with 1/6 odds while their opponents are 7/2.
Chris Jericho, who will have Judas played live for his entrance, takes on Will Ospreay in another highly-anticipated match. Ospreay is 1/5 favorite to beat Jericho who is 10/3.
In a six-man tag match, The Golden Elite are 2/9 favorites to beat Bullet Club Gold and Konosuke Takeshita who are 11/4.
Will there will be new ROH Tag Team champions? Bookmakers think not as Aussie Open are 8/11 favorites to retain over Cole and MJF who are 1/1.
No odds are available at this point for the AEW World Trios title match and the Stadium Stampede.