Early betting odds for top Full Gear 2021 matches

We are just a day away from AEW’s return to pay-per-view with Full Gear live from Minneapolis, Minnesota.

Today, we will bring you the betting odds of the top matches from the show and then tomorrow, the full card and the respective odds will be examined.

In the AEW World title match, the reigning champion Kenny Omega finds himself as the underdog with his odds of retaining the title at 17/4 while Hangman Page is currently at 1/9 and heavy favorite to walk out of the Target Center with the gold.

The AEW Women’s title will also be on the line and unlike her male counterpart, champion Britt Baker is the overwhelming favorite to win this match. Baker’s odds are at 1/20 while Tay Conti is a long shot with odds of 7/1.

The Lucha Brothers will put the AEW Tag Team titles up for grabs against FTR, who recently won the AAA Tag Team titles. According to the odds, The Fenix and Penta are 1/9 to win and keep the titles while FTR are 17/4 to add to their collection.

Who will be the new number one contender for the AEW World title? It’s either going to be Miro or Bryan Danielson. Danielson is currently the favorite with his odds at 1/3 while former TNT champion Miro is at 2/1 to win the tournament.

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