Full betting odds for tonight’s Revolution 2021 pay-per-view

AEW is back on pay-per-view with their highly anticipated Revolution, live tonight from Daily’s Place.

We will take a look at the full card and betting odds for each match just hours before the pay-per-view starts. Odds will most likely change by the time the show goes on the air so please remember to bet responsibly.

AEW World champion Kenny Omega strengthened his position as favorite in the exploding barbed wire death match against Jon Moxley. Omega’s odds are 1/10 and favorite while his challenger is 5/1 for a second reign as champ.

The number one contender for the TNT title will be decided tonight in a Face of the Revolution ladder match. There will be six participants, one of which remains a mystery, who will be in this match. The mystery entrant is the favorite to win, currently with odds of 8/11. Cody Rhodes and Scorpio Sky both have 7/2 odds while Lance Archer is at 5/1. Penta El Zero Miedo is 11/2 while Max Caster is a total outsider with 33/1 odds.

Chris Jericho has a chance of getting a second AEW title in his career as he teams up with MJF to take on the AEW World Tag Team champions The Young Bucks. But the Bucks are favorite to retain with odds of 4/9 while The Inner Circle members are 13/8 for the victory and title change.

In one of the most anticipated matches of the night, Darby Allin will be teaming up with Sting to take on Brian Cage and Ricky Starks in a street fight match. This is Sting’s first match since 2015 and much to no surprise, Sting and the TNT champ are 1/8 favorites while Team Taz is 9/2.

Two Japanese stars will be battling for the AEW Women’s title with reigning champ Hikaru Shida defending against Ryo Mizunami. Shida is 1/3 favorite to retain the gold while Ryo is 9/4 to win.

In the big money match, Hangman Adam Page is favorite to get all of Matt Hardy’s Q1 money with his odds at 1/8 while Hardy is at 4/1.

The tag team match between Miro and Kip Sabian versus Orange Cassidy and Chuck Taylor has no clear favorite at time of this writing as both teams have odds of 5/6.

15 teams will be battling for a chance to get a title shot at whoever are the AEW World Tag Team champions in a Casino Tag Team Royale match. Pac and Fenix are the favorites at 10/11 at the moment, with Jurassic Express following them at 3/1. Alex Reynolds and John Silver are at 5/1 while Private Party, SCU, and Santana and Ortiz are all at 8/1. The Butcher and The Blade and Top Flight share 10/1 odds. Evil Uno and Stu Grayson are at 20/1 while Bear Country are 25/1. Varsity Blondes sit at 33/1 odds followed by Alan Angels and Preston Vance and Matt and Mike Sydal with 40/1 odds. The Natural Nightmares are 50/1 to win while the three remaining, Chaos Project, The Gunn Club, and Pretty Picture are all at 66/1.

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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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