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Early betting odds for Double or Nothing 2021 top matches

All Elite Wrestling is back on pay-per-view tomorrow for their annual Double or Nothing show. Typically held in Las Vegas, this year the show is once again at Daily’s Place due to the pandemic.

Today we will look at the betting odds of top four matches from the show and tomorrow we’ll cover the whole card. Remember, these are the early numbers and they will change probably by tomorrow.

The main event will be the Stadium Stampede five-on-five match between The Inner Circle and The Pinnacle. With The Pinnacle winning Blood & Guts earlier this month, The Inner Circle are favorites for this match with 2/5 odds while MJF’s faction is 7/4 to do the double.

The AEW World title will be decided in a triple threat match as Kenny Omega defends against Orange Cassidy and Pac. Omega is the overwhelming favorite with odds of 1/8 while Cassidy is at 15/2 and Pac a long shot with odds of 9/1.

Hikaru Shida has spent over a year as AEW Women’s champion but that could all change tomorrow night. In fact, Shida is the underdog at 9/2 odds while Dr. Britt Baker is the clear favorite with odds of 1/8 so bookmakers expect a title change here.

The last match we’ll take a look at today is the AEW World Tag Team title match featuring The Young Bucks against Jon Moxley and Eddie Kingston. The odds for this match are both 5/6 so the jury is still out on who will be walking out with the titles.

Colin Vassallo
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Colin Vassallo has been editor of Wrestling-Online since 1996. He is born and raised in Malta, follows professional wrestling and MMA, loves to travel, and is a big Apple fan!

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