It’s pay-per-view Sunday once again with AEW and NJPW in the spotlight for Forbidden Door, the first joint-show between the two promotions.
Tonight we take a look at the betting odds for the matches on the card but remember that these odds might change by the time the show goes on the air. Please bet responsibly if you are using real money.
With CM Punk out of action, a new interim AEW World champ will be decided and much to no one’s surprise, Jon Moxley is the favorite to win this match with 1/8 odds while Hiroshi Tanahashi is at 4/1. If Mox wins, he will become the first-ever two-time AEW champion.
The IWGP Heavyweight title is also on the line in a four-way match as Jay White defends against Kazuchika Okada, “Hangman” Adam Page, and Adam Cole. The Kiwi champion is favorite to retain his gold with odds of 2/7 while Okada is 11/4, Page at 15/2, and Cole a long way away at 10/1.
The only AEW vs AEW star match is for the AEW Women’s title and will have Thunder Rosa defends against Toni Storm. Rosa is 1/4 favorite to retain while Storm is 5/2 for the upset.
The ROH and IWGP Tag Team titles will be in possession of one tag team after tonight as both titles are up for grabs in a winners-take-all match. FTR, the reigning ROH champs, are 11/50 favorites to win while United Empire are 29/10, and Roppongi Vice at 9/1 and unlikely to get their hands on any gold.
An inaugural AEW All-Atlantic champion will be crowned tonight as four men battle to be crowned champ in a four-way match. Miro is favorite to become the first-ever champion with 11/25 odds while Malakai Black is second favorite at 13/5. PAC is 7/2 while Clark Connors of NJPW is at 15/1.
The IWGP United States champion Will Ospreay will defend his title against Orange Cassidy but Ospreay is 1/20 favorite to retain the title while Cassidy is quite the underdog with 7/1 odds.
A six-man tag match will see Eddie Kingston, Wheeler Yuta and Shota Umino take on Chris Jericho, Sammy Guevara and Minoru Suzuki with Jericho/Guevera/Suzuki favorites at 1/5 and their challengers at 3/1.
Another six-man tag match will feature The Young Bucks and El Phantasmo versus Darby Allin, Sting, and Shingo Takagi. This match is currently undecided by the bookies as both teams are set with 17/20 odds.
A mystery man will debut for AEW tonight and will take on Zack Sabre Jr, replacing the original opponent Bryan Danielson who remains injured. Whoever the mystery opponent is is currently the favorite with 1/5 odds while ZSJ is 3/1 to win.
In the Buy-In show, The Gunn Club and Max Caster are 1/2 favorites against Yuya Uemura, Alex Coughlin, The DKC, and Kevin Knight who are 7/5 in this eight-man tag match. Former NXT stars Keith Lee and Swerve Strickland are 1/2 favorites against Suzuki-gun who are 7/5 in this tag match.