Early betting odds for Full Gear 2022 top matches

We’re just over 24 hours away from AEW’s final pay-per-view of the year with Full Gear live from Newark, New Jersey.

It’s a big card but we will look at the betting odds of top matches of the show today and then tomorrow we will bring you the latest odds for the full card. Remember, odds will change so be careful if you’re placing any real money.

In the AEW World title match, Jon Moxley will defend his title against MJF. Change seems to be in the air as the devil himself is 2/9 favorite to win the title while Moxley is 3/1 to retain.

The interim Women’s title will be up for grabs as champion Toni Storm takes on Jamie Hayter. Storm is the favorite as of today with odds of 4/6 while her challenger is 11/10 to get her first gold in AEW.

A four-way match will determine who will walk out of New Jersey as the ROH World champion. The reigning champion Chris Jericho is favorite 4/9 to retain, with Bryan Danielson next with 3/1, Claudio Castagnoli with 6/1 odds, and Sammy Guevara is last with 9/1.

The Elite are back and they want their Trios titles back. Unfortunately for The Death Triangle, The Elite are the favorites to win them with odds of 4/11 while the champs are 15/8 to retain.

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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