The highly-anticipated Double or Nothing pay-per-view is on tonight and a full house is expected at Daily’s Place as wrestling starts its return to normality.
Today, we take a look at the betting odds for the full card. Remember, odds might change so please be careful when placing any wrestling bets, football bets, tennis wetten and more.
In the main event, The Inner Circle led by Chris Jericho are favorite to go over against The Pinnacle, led by MJF, in the Stadium Stampede match. The Inner Circle have odds of 1/3 heading in while Pinnacle are at 2/1.
A three-way for the AEW World title will see Kenny Omega defending against Pac and Orange Cassidy. As expected, Omega is the overwhelming favorite for this match with his odds at 1/10 while Pac is 6/1 and Cassidy is 7/1 for the big upset.
Things are looking up for Dr. Britt Baker as she is the favorite to walk out with the AEW Women’s title with the challenger’s odds at 1/10 while Hikaru Shida, who spent over a year as champ, is the underdog with 5/1 odds.
TNT champion Miro is also a big favorite to retain the title with bookmakers giving him 1/9 odds while Lance Archer is 17/4 to become the new champ.
The Young Bucks will defend their AEW Tag Team titles in a match against former AEW champion Jon Moxley and Eddie Kingston. The Bucks have odds of 11/20 to retain and are favorite while their challengers are 5/4.
Sting steps back in a wrestling ring for a match tonight, teaming with Darby Allin to take on Ethan Page and Scorpio Sky. Sting and Allin are 1/5 favorites while Page and Sky have odds of 3/1.
Cody Rhodes, who will be coming out as the American Dream, will take on former British boxer-turned-wrestler Anthony Ogogo. Ogogo is actually the favorite in the match with 3/5 odds while Rhodes is 6/5.
Adam Page will beat Brian Cage in a one-on-one match tonight and the former AEW Tag Team champion Page is favorite with odds of 2/13 while Cage is 7/2.
And in the 21-man Casino Battle Royale match, Christian Cage is currently the favorite at 11/20 to win the match and a future AEW World title shot. Jungle Boy and the 21st mystery entrant are both tied at 7/2 as second-joint favorites.