It’s Sunday and you know what that means…AEW is back for their first pay-per-view of the year, Revolution from the sold out Addition Financial Arena in Orlando.
It’s a stacked card with 12 matches in total, three of which will be in the Buy-In show. We will take a look at the betting odds for the full card below and remember, odds are likely to change by the time the show starts. In the meantime, while waiting for the show, you can also try your hand at online slots.
In the main event of the night, Adam “Hangman” Page is the favorite to retain the AEW World title with odds of 1/10 while the former NXT champion Adam Cole is 5/1 to get his first gold in AEW.
The jury is still out in the Britt Baker vs Thunder Rosa match for the AEW Women’s title as both are currently at 17/20, suggesting that this could go either way.
CM Punk takes on MJF in match two of their feud, this time in a dog collar match. MJF holds two victories in one match against Punk but this time around, Chicago’s favorite wrestling son is favorite at 2/7 while MJF is 9/4.
In one of the most awaited matches of the night, Bryan Danielson takes on Jon Moxley and Danielson has the edge in the odds with 4/5 while Mox is close at 9/10. Eddie Kingston is favorite with odds of 1/4 in his fight against Chris Jericho while the former AEW World champ is 5/2.
A six-man tornado tag team match will pit the AHFO taking on the team of Sting, Sammy Guevara, and Darby Allin. The faces are favorites with odds of 11/50 while AHFO are 14/5 to win.
Six AEW stars will face each other in a ladder match where the winner will receive a TNT title shot in the future. Wardlow is currently the favorite to win this match with 4/5 odds while newcomer Keith Lee is 13/10 behind him. Ricky Starks has odds of 7/1, Christian Cage is 10/1, Orange Cassidy is 12/1, and Powerhouse Hobbs is an outsider with odds of 20/1.
Jade Cargill will defend her TBS Women’s title against Tay Conti and Cargill has those usual Lesnar and Ronda type of odds with 1/40 favorite while Conti is 8/1 for the major upset.
The AEW Tag Team titles will be on the line in a three-way and current champions Jurassic Express remain favorite with odds of 3/1. reDRagon have odds of 11/4 while The Young Bucks are at 17/4.
In the Buy-In matches, House of Black are 2/5 favorites against Death Triangle who are 7/4, Kris Statlander is 4/5 favorite against Leyla Hirsch who is at 9/10, and Hook also got the monster odds with 1/40 favorite against QT Marshall at 8/1.