All Elite Wrestling is live in Minneapolis tonight for their last big show of the year with Full Gear and who knows, maybe the crowning of a new world champion! Today we take a look at the betting odds for the full card which consists of 10 matches.
Remember, be careful when placing bets with real money because odds will likely change by the time the show goes on air.
The AEW World title is on the line as Kenny Omega defends against his former tag team partner Hangman Page. Page remains the favorite to walk out of the Target Center with the title, with his odds at 1/6 while the champion is 13/4 to retain.
In the AEW Women’s title match, Dr. Britt Baker is the overwhelming favorite to retain the title with her odds at 1/20 while her challenger Tay Conti is 7/1 to win.
A new number one contender for the AEW World title will be decided tonight in the final of the AEW World Title Eliminator tournament. Bryan Danielson is at 11/20 favorite to face whoever the champion will be while the former TNT champion Miro is 5/4.
The Lucha Brothers defend their AEW Tag Team titles against the AAA Tag Team champions FTR. Fenix and Penta are 1/9 to retain their gold while FTR are 17/4 to add to their collection.
CM Punk will battle Eddie Kingston in another dream match for the AEW faithful. Punk is still yet to suffer a loss in AEW and tonight does not like that will change as he is 1/8 favorite to beat the once indie darling Eddie Kingston who is at 4/1 in his odds.
A six-man tag team match will see Christian Cage teaming up with Jurassic Express to take on former NXT champion Adam Cole and The Young Bucks. The Superkliq are favorites with 7/20 odds while Cage, Jungle Boy, and Luchasaurus are 19/10 for the upset.
In tag team action, Cody Rhodes teams up with PAC to take on two former WWE Superstars in Malakai Black and Andrade El Idolo. The heels are currently favorites with 11/20 odds while Rhodes and PAC are 5/4 for the win.
Darby Allin and MJF go one-on-one in a singles match with MJF favorite at 1/3 while Allin is at 2/1 in his odds.
A Minneapolis street fight will see The Inner Circle regroup to take on American Top Team and Men of the Year in a five-on-five match. Jericho and company are 2/13 to get rid of Dan Lambert and his crew, who themselves have odds of 7/2.
And in the Buy-In match, former AEW Women’s champion Hikaru Shida teams up with Thunder Rosa as they face Nyla Rose and Jamie Hayter. Shida and Rosa are 1/5 to win while the heels are 3/1.