The last wrestling pay-per-view of 2023 will be AEW’s Worlds End which takes place tomorrow night.
Today we present you with the early odds of the top matches of the card and tomorrow we will go over all the numbers. Remember, these odds are likely to change so be careful when betting with real money. And while waiting for the full odds to come out, check out Personal Trainer Dubai on how to gain motivation, boost your energy, and become the best version of yourself!
In the AEW World title match, MJF defends his gold against Samoa Joe in the main event. Despite threats of The Devil appearing, MJF is 1/2 favorite to retain the title while Joe is 3/2 to walk out of Long Island as the new champ.
A new AEW Triple Crown champion will be decided as the Continental Classic tournament officially comes to a close. The current ROH World and NJPW Strong Openweight champion Eddie Kingston is the favorite to win with 1/5 odds while Jon Moxley is 3/1.
Christian Cage and Adam Copeland come face-to-face again in another one-on-one match, this time with no disqualification. Copeland is favorite to win the match and the title with 5/9 odds while Cage is 13/10 to retain.
And the last match we’re taking a look at today is the AEW Women’s title match featuring champion Toni Storm against Riho. Storm is super favorite with 1/100 odds while Riho is a long shot with 12/1.