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Full betting odds for Forbidden Door 2023 pay-per-view


Here are the latest odds for tonight’s Forbidden Door pay-per-view. While all these numbers are accurate at the time of posting, it’s highly likely numbers will change when the show gets closer to bell time, especially in the context of the ever-evolving world of slot gacor gampang menang.

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It remains unchanged in the MJF vs Hiroshi Tanahashi match for the AEW World title and MJF remains the overwhelming favorite with 1/33 odds while Tanahashi is at 9/1.

The same can be said for the IWGP Heavyweight title match as SANADA retained his 1/33 odds against Jack Perry, who like Tanahashi, is 9/1.

The AEW Women’s title is on the line with Toni Storm battling NJPW Strong Women’s champion Willow Nightingale. Storm is favorite at 1/10 while Nightingale is 11/2 for the upset. Nightingale’s title is not on the line tonight.

Orange Cassidy is looking to extend his run as AEW International champion when he defends against Zack Saber Jr, Daniel Garcia, and Katsuyori Shibata. Cassidy is favorite to retain with 1/3 odds while the others are 7/2, 9/1, and 9/1 respectively.

The IWGP United States title looks like it will be changing hands according to bookmakers with Will Ospreay being the favorite here at 4/11 odds while reigning champion Kenny Omega is 2/1 to walk out of Toronto still with gold.

The Blackpool Combat Club and The Elite continue their feud with some added Japanese flavor this time. Moxley, Yuta, and Castagnoli will be joined by Shota Amino and Konosuke Takeshita but they are not the favorites with 6/5 odds. The Young Bucks, Hangman Page, Eddie Kingston, and Tomohiro Ishii look to be getting some revenge on the BCC with 8/13 odds.

Adam Cole will battle Tom Lawlor in a one-on-one match. This is the PPV where Cole got a major concussion last year. Cole is 1/16 overwhelming favorite while Lawlor is at 7/1.

A six-man tag match pits Sting, Darby Allin, and Tetsuya Naito taking on Chris Jericho, Sammy Guevara, and Minor Suzuki. The faces are 1/5 favorites while the heels are 10/3 for the win.

The Owen Hart Cup tournament continues tonight with CM Punk taking on Satoshi Kojima. Punk is 1/25 and clear favorite while Kojima is 8/1 for the big upset.

And in what is probably the most anticipated match of this whole pay-per-view card, Kazuchika Okada will battle Bryan Danielson in a dream match for many. Okay is 1/3 favorite to slay the American Dragon who is 9/4.

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