AEW will present its third pay-per-view in the span of 35 days tonight with the newest addition to the calendar: WrestleDream.
We have the latest odds for the matches tonight and remember, odds will likely change by the time the show gets underway so please be careful when placing any bets.
This TNT title match will apparently headline tonight’s pay-per-view according to Darby Allin and both he and champion Christian Cage are locked in at 5/6 with bookmakers undecided on a winner.
TBS champion Kris Statlander will defend her title against Julia Hart and Statlander is 2/15 favorite while the House of Black member is 4/1 for her first title in AEW.
FTR, the AEW World Tag Team champions, will put their gold on the line again former ROH Tag Team champions Aussie Open. FTR are the big favorites here with 1/10 odds while their challengers are 5/1.
The ROH World title and the NJPW Strong Openweight title are both up for grabs as champion Eddie Kingston defends against Katsuyori Shibata. The champ is 1/10 favorite while Shibata is at 5/1.
Who will be the number one contenders for the AEW Tag Team titles? The Bucks, The Gunns, Lucha Bros, and Cassidy and Hook will battle it out in a four-way tag team match which has The Young Bucks as the favorites with 1/1 odds. The Gunns and Orange Cassidy & Hook at 2/1, and Lucha Bros at 8/1.
The “dream match” between Bryan Danielson and Zack Sabre Jr finally happens tonight and Danielson is the favorite with 1/5 odds while the British star is 3/1.
MJF will defend the ROH Tag Team titles in a handicap match against The Righteous as partner Adam Cole is out injured. MJF is favorite at 5/7 while The Righteous are 1/1 to win.
Swerve Strickland and “Hangman” Adam Page will face each other for the first time and Strickland is the favorite going in so far with his odds at 5/14 and Page is 37/20 for the win.
Ricky Starks battles Wheeler Yuta in a singles match and Starks is heavy favorite with 1/10 odds while Yuta is 5/1.
Chris Jericho will team up with The Golden Lovers to take on Don Callis’ henchmen in Sammy Guevara, Will Ospreay, and Konosuke Takeshita. The Callis trio are favorites with 1/3 odds while their challengers are 2/1.
The Acclaimed and Billy Gunn look super safe in their AEW World Trios title defense as they are heavy favorites with 1/50 odds against TMDK who are 10/1 for the huge upset.
Nick Wayne takes on Luchasaurus and the young Wayne is currently the favorite with his odds set to 1/2 while the former TNT champion is 3/2.