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AEW Full Gear 2020 Odds, Preview and Predictions


by Graham "GSM" Matthews in Entertainment

Nov 6, 2020 · 12:20 PM PST

Jon Moxley will look to take down Eddie Kingston at AEW Full Gear. Photo by @HeelBalor (Twitter)
  • AEW Full Gear 2020 will take place on Saturday, November 7th, 2020
  • The event will be headlined by Jon Moxley vs Eddie Kingston for the AEW World Championship
  • Who do betting odds favor emerging victorious in each bout? Find out below

Coming off a mildly disappointing All Out event over Labor Day weekend, AEW aims to bounce back with its latest pay-per-view venture, Full Gear, this Saturday, November 7th. It boasts an absolutely stacked card with multiple potential show-stealers. Even without a full crowd in attendance, it could wind up being one of AEW’s strongest shows all year.

One day out from Full Gear, let’s analyze the updated betting odds for who is expected to emerge victorious in each bout.

AEW Full Gear 2020 Odds

Singles Match Odds
Orange Cassidy -950
John Silver +500
Elite Deletion Match Odds
Matt Hardy -160
Sammy Guevara +120
AEW Women’s Championship Odds
Hikaru Shida (c) -200
Nyla Rose +150
If Jericho Loses, MJF Can Join Inner Circle Odds
MJF -300
Chris Jericho +200
AEW TNT Championship Odds
Cody (c) -160
Darby Allin +120
AEW World Tag Team Championship Odds
FTR (c) -120
The Young Bucks -120
World Title Eliminator Finals Odds
Kenny Omega -500
Adam Page +300
AEW World Championship “I Quit” Match Odds
Jon Moxley (c) -700
Eddie Kingston +400

Odds taken Nov. 6

Hardy vs Guevara

Matt Hardy and Sammy Guevara fighting in a cinematic setting has been long overdue. It’s an environment Hardy typically thrives in and has almost always emerged victorious in, though he and Guevara are close in the odds because Guevara could desperately use a notable win. Despite that, Hardy is the better bet here.

Shida vs Rose

These longtime rivals previously did battle for the AEW Women’s Championship at Double or Nothing, where Shida emerged as the new champion. There’s still plenty of competition in the women’s division for her to defend against, so the result of this rematch should be no different than it was the last time.

MJF vs Jericho

MJF has been a thorn in the side of Inner Circle for weeks, and Chris Jericho said he’d offer him an invitation to join if he were able to beat him at Full Gear. Whether MJF will actually become a member of Inner Circle is unknown but, he’s due for a high-profile victory, and this should be where he gets it.

Cody vs Allin

Darby Allin has been searching for that one win over Cody since the start of AEW, but per the odds, Cody is favored to retain his title in their upcoming clash. There can be no doubt Allin will capture that championship eventually but, it’s more likely Team Taz will cost him it on this occasion.

FTR vs Young Bucks

This is a bout that has been built up for years, largely on social media, yet doesn’t feel as special as it should due to poor booking. Both of these teams are tied in the odds. The Young Bucks have vowed that they won’t ever compete for the championship again if they lose, meaning Young Bucks are virtually guaranteed to go over.

Omega vs Page

There is almost no way Adam Page walks out the winner here, and the odds reflect that. Kenny Omega is in the midst of a much-needed heel turn and should ultimately be the one to dethrone Jon Moxley as AEW World champion. This victory will get him closer to making that a reality.

Moxley vs Kingston

As much as Eddie Kingston has delivered in his main event role leading up to Full Gear, he simply isn’t a threat to the top title. This match is Jon Moxley’s to win so he can go on to feud with Kenny Over in the final few months of the year.

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