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AEW Double or Nothing 2021 Odds, Preview and Picks

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by Graham "GSM" Matthews in Entertainment

May 27, 2021 · 1:09 PM PDT

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  • AEW Double or Nothing 2021 will take place on Sunday, May 30th, 2021
  • The event will be headlined by Kenny Omega vs. Orange Cassidy vs. Pac for the AEW World Championship
  • Who do betting odds favor emerging victorious in each bout? Find out below

Double or Nothing has been All Elite Wrestling’s premier pay-per-view since the company’s inception in 2019. This year’s installment is stacked with several marquee matches and will see all of its active titles defended. AEW Double or Nothing emanates from Jacksonville, Florida on Sunday, May 30th, 2021.

Mere days out from AEW Double or Nothing, let’s look at the latest betting odds and analyze who is expected to emerge victorious in each bout.

AEW Double or Nothing 2021 Odds

Casino Battle Royale Odds
Christian Cage +200
Penta El Zero Miedo +300
Jungle Boy +500
Powerhouse Hobbs +500
Matt Hardy +800
Preston “10” Vance +1000
Max Caster +1000
Nick Comoroto +1400
QT Marshall +1600
Evil Uno +2500
Isiah Kassidy +2500
Marq Quen +3000
Colt Cabana +3300
AEW TNT Championship Odds
Miro (c) -700
Lance Archer +300
Singles Match Odds
“Hangman” Adam Page -350
Brian Cage +180
Tag Team Match Odds
Darby Allin & Sting -500
Scorpio Sky & “All Ego” Ethan Page +300
Singles Match Odds
Cody Rhodes +150
Anthony Ogogo -200
Stadium Stampede Match Odds
Inner Circle -120
The Pinnacle -120
AEW World Tag Team Championship Odds
The Young Bucks (c) -130
Jon Moxley & Eddie Kingston +100
AEW Women’s World Championship Odds
Hikaru Shida (c) +300
Britt Baker -500
AEW World Championship Odds
Kenny Omega (c) -450
Orange Cassidy +350
Pac +500

Odds as of May 27

Casino Battle Royale

The winner of this bout will earn a future AEW World Championship opportunity. Christian Cage is currently the front-runner in the odds, and rightfully so as he makes more sense than anyone to win. Penta El Zero Miedo and Jungle Boy are solid backup choices, but Cage is the best bet.

AEW TNT Championship

Miro is favored to win more than anyone else on the card at -700. Considering he just captured the TNT title earlier this month, there’s no reason to think he’s going to lose it any time soon. However, this should be quite the hoss fight.

Page vs Cage

Adam Page lost his first singles match in many months to Brian Cage on the April 28 edition of Dynamite. It stands to reason that he’ll avenge that loss here en route to contending for the AEW World Championship, and his -350 odds reflect that.

Allin and Sting vs Sky and Page

As dominant as Scorpio Sky and Ethan Page have been in tag team competition lately, they’re no threat to Darby Allin and Sting. This will mark the former WCW champion’s first in-ring match since 2015, and -500, the odds are in his favor as they should be.

Rhodes vs Ogogo

Anthony Ogogo has been on a tear since arriving in AEW, putting his opponents away with one punch. Cody Rhodes won’t go down that easy, but it would be a mistake for Ogogo to lose his first major match in the company. Cody could pull out the win, but Ogogo is the safer choice.

 

Inner Circle vs Pinnacle

If the Inner Circe lose, they’ll be forced to disband. They fell short against The Pinnacle at Blood and Guts, so the storyline suggests they’ll win here and remain a unit. Inner Circle losing would be the better outcome, and even though the two factions are tied in the odds, an Inner Circle victory is much more likely.

 

Young Bucks vs Moxley and Kingston

This is another instance where the odds are close, and the end result could certainly go either way. The Young Bucks turned heel last month and have been firing on all cylinders as champions, but a brief run from Jon Moxley and Eddie Kingston would be ideal. Put your money on Moxley and Kingston to take the titles.

AEW Women’s Championship

It’s honestly surprising Britt Baker isn’t favored more in the AEW Double or Nothing odds than she is at -500. Hikaru Shida has been the AEW Women’s World champion for over a year now and the time has come for her to lose the title to Baker, who has been more than ready for the role.

Omega vs Pac vs Cassidy – AEW World Championship

This just might be the most predictable AEW World Championship match in AEW’s short history.  At -450 in the AEW Double or Nothing odds, Kenny Omega retaining is virtually guaranteed as neither Pac nor Orange Cassidy have any business being champion at this point.

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