It’s All In Sunday as AEW looks to make history with the biggest wrestling event ever at Wembley Stadium.
We will be providing the latest odds for the show but always be careful when placing bets with real money, these numbers might change as the show gets closer to bell time.
MJF and Adam Cole will be pulling double duty as apart from wrestling in the first match of Zero Hour, they will also close the show with a one-on-one match for the AEW World title. Champ MJF remains favorite with 2/5 odds while Cole is 7/4.
CM Punk’s so-called “real” AEW World title is up for grabs against ROH TV champion Samoa Joe. Joe’s title is not on the line in this match and Punk is 1/10 clear favorite to retain while Joe is 4/1 for the upset.
Is this the end of the road for FTR’s reign as AEW Tag Team champions? That’s what the betting suggests. The Young Bucks are 8/13 favorites to regain the titles while FTR are 11/10 underdogs.
The AEW Women’s title will be decided in a four-way match as champ Hikaru Shida defends against Saraya, Toni Storm, and Britt Baker. Odds shifted slightly towards Saraya today with 10/11 and favorite while Shida is 11/8 and Storm and Baker are 11/2.
Will Chris Jericho be able to keep up with Britain’s own Will Ospreay? Bookmakers don’t think so as Ospreay is favorite with 1/6 odds while Jericho is 7/2.
The Golden Elite will team up to take on Bullet Club Gold and Konosuke Takeshita in an AEW/NJPW mashup. The team of Onega, Ibushi, and Page are 1/5 favorites to come out victorious this afternoon while the BCG and Takeshita are 3/1 in their odds.
Chaos and violence will surely be two things we will see in the Stadium Stampede match featuring a five-on-five match between Jon Moxley, Claudio Castagnoli, Wheeler Yuta, Santana and Ortiz against Eddie Kingston, Orange Cassidy, Best Friends, and Penta. The BCC currently have the edge with 8/15 odds while the Kingston-led team are 5/4.
House of Black will defend their AEW World Trios titles against The Acclaimed and Billy Gunn. It’s interesting to see that The Acclaimed and Gunn are actually favorites to walk out as the new champions today with 8/13 odds in their favor while HOB are 11/10 to retain.
Two people will be going out in a coffin as Sting and Darby Allin team up to take on Swerve Strickland and Christian Cage in a coffin match. The faces are 1/8 favorites to win this while the heels are 9/2.
The ROH World Tag Team titles will be on the line in the Zero Hour show as Aussie Open defend against Adam Cole and MJF. The reigning champs are favorites with 4/11 odds while the challengers are 13/8 before they meet later in the evening.
The FTW title is the second title to be up for grabs in the Zero Hour show as Jack Perry defends against Hook. Perry is the underdog today with 13/8 odds while Hook is favorite to win with 2/5.