AEW Revolution was not great for betting with a lot of big favorites and few upsets, but Double or Nothing looks to be the complete opposite. There are some great odds on underdogs and a couple of matches with even money odds as of this writing.
Last year’s Double or Nothing featured a few underdog wins. Brian Cage winning as the mystery man in the Casino Ladder match was the big one at +275. The show also saw underdogs win with Hikaru Shida taking the AEW Women’s title at +150 and Cody beating Lance Archer at +110 for the TNT championship.
I think this show has a couple of potential betting upsets at that level. Let’s take a look at the odds and make some picks.
Odds at BetOnProWrestling.com are in American betting format. For those who don’t know what that means, a -300 favorite would mean that you would need to bet $300 to win $100 or that if you bet $100 then you could win $33.33. A +200 underdog means that a $100 bet could win $200.
Stadium Stampede: Inner Circle breaks up if they lose
The Inner Circle (-120) vs. The Pinnacle (-120)
A bit surprising to see even odds on this one. I would have had the Inner Circle set as a favorite here considering the stipulation here.
A stipulation like this can sometimes give away the result and I think that’s the case here. I simply don’t see the Inner Circle breaking up at this point. They haven’t even sold t-shirts in front of a crowd yet.
Despite how it often feels watching Dynamite, this feud just got started and it doesn’t feel like it is going to end here. There are a lot of states of the union and parleys left in the tank.
Pick: Easy bet on Inner Circle -120 as I don’t see them breaking up.
AEW World Tag Team Championship
Jon Moxley & Eddie Kingston (-120) vs. The Young Bucks (-120)
Moxley and Kingston have been amazing together and a real highlight of Dynamite of late, but I just don’t see them winning the titles here. AEW has already gone down the road of two singles guys as champions and it doesn’t feel like that is the right move to make right now.
The Young Bucks are just getting started on this heel run and they should hold onto the titles until an actual tag team from their actual tag team division can dethrone them.
Pick: A bet on Young Bucks -120 is a bet on tag team wrestling.
Anthony Ogogo (-165) vs. Cody Rhodes (+125)
If Ogogo doesn’t punch Cody so hard that he bleeds all over the American flag, what are we even doing here? Seriously.
Pick: Ogogo -165 is my lock of the night.
Casino Battle Royale
- Christian Cage +250
- Penta El Zero Miedo +350
- Jungle Boy +450
- Powerhouse Hobbs +500
- Matt Hardy +800
- Preston Vance +800
- Max Caster +1000
- Nick Comoroto +1200
- QT Marshall +1600
- Evil Uno +2500
- Isiah Kassidy +2500
- Marq Quen +2500
- Colt Cabana +3300
No odds on the Wild Card right now which makes this a bit of a tough bet. Will it be a Brian Cage level Wild Card or Matt Sydal level? That makes a difference. Honestly, I can’t see it being any of the major free agents so I’m going to stick with the guys listed here.
Looking only at who is announced, how can you not bet on Christian? Great odds, a potentially great match against Omega, and he is by far the biggest non-Wild Card star in this match. Christian vs. Omega is the perfect main event for Fyter Fest, Fight for the Fallen, or whatever the next big non-PPV show is.
I’ll take my chances with the Wild Card at these odds.
Pick: Christian Cage +250.
Adam Page (-200) vs. Brian Cage (+150)
Adam Page is a favorite here, but still worth a bet at -200. The brief history of AEW has very few match-ups where one wrestler beats another twice in a row. Especially with someone like Page who has been one of the most protected wrestlers in the company.
A big win by Page here could be what starts heating him up for the eventual match with Omega.
Pick: All In on Adam Page -200.
Sting & Darby Allin (-500) vs. Scorpio Sky & Ethan Page (+300)
These odds are absolutely insane to me. A loss by Sky and Page would kill them dead before they are even started.
This story should be building to something big involving shovels and body bags between Ethan and Darby, and the easiest way to get to that is with Page and Sky getting a win here. Sting loses nothing with a loss and Darby is built to lose, but for Page and Sky a win would make all the difference in the world.
Pick: I’m going big on Scorpio Sky & Ethan Page +300.
AEW World Championship
Kenny Omega (-400) vs. Orange Cassidy (+350) vs. PAC (+475)
I can’t make a case for either Cassidy or PAC here as there is just no way that Omega loses this one. This reminds me of late in Omega’s NJPW run when they did the weird Cody/Ibushi/Omega match. They don’t want to give anything good away, they want Omega to retain, and they want a title match that feels big. The match should deliver, but the stakes are extremely low for an AEW World Championship match.
The AEW title has been treated with a ton of reverence and having it won in a three-way is cheap WWE shit. It’s not happening.
Pick: Skip it.
AEW TNT Championship
Miro (-550) vs. Lance Archer (+325)
Miro is a deserving favorite here as him losing so quickly after the way he ended Darby’s reign would be weird. That win should count and a quick loss could undo it.
That said, how long are they going to do this stop-start with Archer? He’s lost every big match he’s had in this company and at some point he has to win one. I have my doubts that time is now, but I’m going to throw a couple bucks on him at this price just in case.
Pick: Small unit bet on Archer +325.
AEW Women’s Championship
Britt Baker (-400) vs. Hikaru Shida (+250)
These are some nice odds on Hikaru Shida, but I’m honestly surprised they aren’t higher. Britt should be a -1000 favorite. Her time is now.
Pick: Skip it.
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