Full betting odds for Worlds End 2023

In just a few hours, AEW will present its last pay-per-view of the year, Worlds End.

In this post we will check out all the latest odds for the card. Remember, these odds can change by the time the show goes on the air so if you’re betting with real money, be careful.

MJF and Samoa Joe will headline the show in a match for the AEW World title. MJF is 1/2 favorite to keep the title while Joe is 3/2 to walk out of Long Island as the new champion.

Who will be the first AEW Triple Crown champion? It’s down to Eddie Kingston and Jon Moxley in the final of the Continental Classic tournament. Kingston is 1/10 big favorite to win while Moxley is 5/1.

Toni Storm puts her AEW Women’s title on the lien against the first-ever AEW Women’s champion, Riho. Storm is 1/100 favorite in this match while Riho is 12/1 and probably not getting that belt back anytime soon.

A no disqualification match will pit best friends and better enemies Christian Cage and Adam Copeland for the TNT title. Copeland is favorite to win his first AEW gold with 1/3 odds while Cage is 2/1 to retain.

A match one year in the making will feature Swerve Strickland taking on Keith Lee. Strickland is 1/8 and favorite to continue his rise in AEW while Lee is 9/2 for the upset.

The TBS title will be defended with champion Julia Hart the overwhelming favorite to retain with 1/100 odds against Abadon who is 12/1.

Miro and Andrade El Idolo will go one-on-one tonight and with Andrade’s contract rumored to be up and heading out, it’s only natural that Miro is favorite with 1/4 odds while El Idolo is 5/2.

An eight-man tag team match will see Mark Briscoe, Daniel Garcia, Claudio Castagnoli, and Bryan Danielson take on Brody King, Jay White, Jay Lethal, and Rush. The BCC and company are favorites with 2/3 odds while their opponents are 11/10.

With Kenny Omega out, Jericho is now teaming with Sammy Guevara, Sting, and Darby Allin against Big Bill, Ricky Starks, Powerhouse Hobbs, and Konosuke Takeshita in another eight-man tag which was thrown together quickly. The faces are favorites with 1/10 odds and the heels are 5/1 for the victory.

The FTW title is also on the line in the Zero Hour show and Hook is 1/15 favorite to keep it while BCC member Wheeler Yuta is 6/1.

Colin Vassallo
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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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