All Elite Wrestling will kick-start their 2021 pay-per-view calendar with Revolution, live tomorrow night from Daily’s Place in Jacksonville, Florida. This is the first AEW PPV on a Sunday night.
Today, we take a look at the three title matches that are part of the Revolution card while tomorrow we will publish the odds for the full card. Remember that odds can change and probably will so be careful when placing bets with real money.
The AEW World title will be on the line in an exploding barbed wire death match with champ Kenny Omega defending against Jon Moxley. This will probably be a spectacle, visually at least, considering what’s part of the match. Omega is the clear favorite to retain the title with odds of 1/8 while Moxley is 9/2 to regain the title.
The Young Bucks meet Chris Jericho and MJF of The Inner Circle with the AEW World Tag Team titles on the line. The current champions are favorites as well with 1/2 odds while Jericho and MJF are 6/4 to walk away as the new champions.
A battle between two Japanese stars will determine who will be the AEW Women’s champion by the end of the night. Ryo Mizunami won the Eliminator tournament this past Wednesday but her odds don’t look promising for a title win. Mizunami is 2/1 to win the title while Hikaru Shida is 4/11 favorite to retain.