AEW presents its final pay-per-view of the year tonight with Full Gear from The Daily’s Place. We will take a look at all the odds for the full card below but remember, odds are likely to change up until the show starts and even during the pay-per-view.
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The AEW World title is up for grabs in an I Quit match as Jon Moxley defends against Eddie Kingston. Champ Moxley is 1/8 favorite to retain while Kingston is 9/2 for the upset.
Cody’s TNT title is also on the line as he takes on Darby Allin. Cody is 4/6 favorite to keep the TNT title while Allin is 11/10 for his first AEW title.
A rematch from a few months ago for the AEW Women’s title will see Hikaru Shida take on Nyla Rose. Champion Hikaru Shida is 2/5 favorite while Rose, who will be accompanied by Vickie Guerrero, has 7/4 odds.
The AEW World Tag Team title match has an interesting stipulation with The Young Bucks saying that if they don’t win tonight, they’ll never challenge for the titles again. As of right now, both FTR and the Bucks have odds of 5/6, meaning that oddsmakers are still undecided.
MJF has a chance to join The Inner Circle tonight but Chris Jericho stands in his way. But the odds are in MJF’s favor, being the favorite with 4/11 and Jericho at 2/1.
The next number one contender for the AEW World title will also be decided tonight in the final match of the AEW World Title Eliminator tournament. Kenny Omega is favorite with odds of 1/5 while his former tag team partner Adam Page has 10/3 odds.
The Hardy Compound will be revisited tonight for The Elite Deletion. Hardy is 1/2 favorite to end this feud on a high while Sammy Guevara is 6/4 to win.
And finally, Orange Cassidy is 1/10 favorite to win against The Dark Order’s John Silver who has 11/2 odds.