AEW Double or Nothing 2021 Betting Odds

AEW Double or Nothing 2021 takes place on Sunday, May 30th from Daly’s Place in Jacksonville, Florida. This will be the third ever Double or Nothing after the event kicked off the promotion in 2019.

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This year’s event will be headlined by the Inner Cirlce taking on The Pinnacle in a Stadium Stampede match. The first ever Stadium Stampede took place at last year’s Double or Nothing with the Elite defeating the Inner Circle. Now, the Inner Circle find themselves as babyfaces in a situation where they must disband if they lose. The odds are even on this one at -120. I personally wouldn’t bet on the Inner Circle disbanding just yet.

The AEW World championship will be on the line in a three-way for the first time in history as Kenny Omega defends against Orange Cassidy and PAC. Omega is a big -400 favorite here and it’s hard to imagine him losing the title in this scenario. Orange Cassidy at +350 and PAC at +475 are great values if you think otherwise.

The Elite will also be in action as the Young Bucks defend their AEW World Tag Team championships against Jon Moxley and Eddie Kingston. The odds are a true coinflip here with both teams at -120. This one is a bit harder to predict because the Young Bucks are great champions, but Eddie and Mox could really use a big win in this feud as Omega has constantly gotten the best of them.

AEW Double or Nothing 2021 Betting Odds:

  • The Inner Circle (-120) vs. The Pinnacle (-120)
  • Kenny Omega (-400) vs. Orange Cassidy (+350) vs. PAC (+475)
  • Adam Page (-200) vs. Brian Cage (+150)
  • Sting & Darby Allin (-500) vs. Scorpio Sky & Ethan Page (+300)
  • Anthony Ogogo (-165) vs. Cody Rhodes (+125)
  • Jon Moxley & Eddie Kingston (-120) vs. The Young Bucks (-120)
  • Miro (-550) vs. Lance Archer (+325)
  • Britt Baker (-400) vs. Hikaru Shida (+250)
  • 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

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Another big match sees Cody Rhodes, as the American Dream, taking on Anthony Ogogo. The build for this has had a bit too much nationalism for my taste, but this match is very intriguing and I really have no idea who is going to win. Cody rarely loses in this company and him calling himself the American Dream for this one is a big deal. While Ogogo is a potential superstar who is just getting started in this promotion. It seems crazy for him to lose, but I said the same thing last year for Cody vs. Lance Archer. It should be interesting to see how this one ends up. As it stands, Ogogo is a slight favorite at -165 with Cody at +125.

This show will also feature the Casino Battle Royale. It’s hard to bet this one as the Casino matches always features a big surprise in the wild card spot. Last year had Brian Cage make his AEW debut in the Casino Ladder match. We also saw Matt Sydal make his debut in the Casino Battle Royale at All Out 2020. Not knowing who that is, or being able to bet on it, makes this a tough one to predict. That said, it’s hard to beat the odds on Christian Cage at +250. Kenny Omega vs. Christian is absolutely a match that should headline a big Dynamite down the road and he is the biggest star in this match. A great bet at this price.

Britt Baker finally gets her shot at Hikaru Shida here and Britt is a huge -400 favorite. It definitely seems like her time. While Miro will make a defense of the AEW TNT championship against Lance Archer. Miro is a big -550 favorite and it seems shocking to think of him losing this title so soon after ending Darby’s reign. That said, AEW is really getting into a “now or never” position with Archer. He might be worth a small bet.

Darby Allin will team up with Sting to face Scorpio Sky & Ethan Page. I’d normally be all over the team of Darby and Sting, but it just feels too early in the feud for them to win. The fact that you can bet Sky and Page at +300 is crazy to me and I am going to be all over that.

Finally, Adam Page is -200 in a rematch with Brian Cage. Cage is +150 here and that feels about right. Page should get his win back after his loss on Dynamite a couple of weeks back.

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