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Full betting odds for tonight’s Double or Nothing 2020 pay-per-view

Betting odds for most matches from tonight’s AEW Double or Nothing pay-per-view are available. Please remember that odds might and will probably change during the show so if you’re putting in money, always check before making any bets.

In the AEW World title match, champ Jon Moxley is the overwhelming favorite to retain the title with odds of 1/10 against Brodie Lee of The Dark Order who has 11/2 odds.

An inaugural TNT champion will be crowned tonight as Cody and Lance Archer meet for the first time in the final match of the tournament. Archer is the slight favorite heading into the match with odds of 8/11 while the AEW EVP has odds of 1/1.

Will we see a new AEW Women’s champion tonight? According to bookmakers, no. Champ Nyla Rose is 1/2 favorite to retain the title against Hikaru Shida who is 6/4.

Perhaps the most anticipated match of the night is the stadium stampede match with The Inner Circle taking on The Elite and Matt Hardy in a five-on-five match. Jericho’s faction is currently favorite with odds of 8/11 while The Elite and Hardy are at 1/1.

In the casino ladder match for an AEW title shot, Darby Allin is the favorite so far with odds of 1/1. The mystery entrant is second with 2/1 odds and so is Scorpio Sky. Luchasaurus and Orange Cassidy have 7/2 odds, Frankie Kazarian is at 15/1, and Colt Cabana, Joey Janela, and Kip Sabian are far away with 20/1 odds.

In the other two matches that have odds available, MJF is 1/6 favorite against Jungle Boy who is 7/2, and Best Friends have 4/9 odds and favorites against Private Party who are 13/8 in the match to determine the number one contender for the AEW Tag Team titles.

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Colin Vassallo has been editor of Wrestling-Online since 1996. He is born and raised in Malta, follows professional wrestling and MMA, loves to travel, and is a big Apple fan!

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