Early betting odds for Double or Nothing 2022 top matches

AEW is presenting a massive card tomorrow night at Double or Nothing with a total of 13 matches on the show live from the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas.

Today we will take a look at the betting odds of the top five matches from the show and then tomorrow we will provide you with all the available odds for the rest of the matches.

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In the AEW World title match, the challenger CM Punk is looking like the favorite to walk out of Vegas with gold around his waist as Punk is 4/7 to win the title while champion Adam Page is at 5/4 to retain it.

One champion who looks like a lock to retain is Women’s champ Thunder Rosa as her odds are 1/8 to win her match against Serena Deeb whose odds are at 9/2 and highly unlikely for the big upset.

Finally, Wardlow will get his hands on MJF and the angle which has been brewing for several months will reach its climax tomorrow night. This is certainly Wardlow’s biggest match of his career so far and he goes in as a super favorite with 1/7 odds while MJF is at 4/1 to show that he’s better than him.

In the Owen Hart Foundation tournament final matches, Adam Cole is the favorite to beat Samoa Joe with odds of 2/7 and 5/2 respectively while Britt Baker has 2/5 odds and favorite to beat Ruby Soho who is at 7/4.

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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