- AEW Full Gear will emanate from Minneapolis, Minnesota on Saturday, November 13th, 2021
- Adam Page will finally get his shot at AEW World champion Kenny Omega in the main event
- Let’s take a look at the AEW Full Gear 2021 odds, along with our best bets
All Elite Wrestling has been riding a massive wave of momentum since the summer when CM Punk, Bryan Danielson, and Adam Cole all came into the company at once. Now, AEW will present one of its most stacked and star-studded cards to date with Full Gear on November 13th, 2021.
Saturday’s show will see Kenny Omega defend his AEW World Championship in one of AEW’s most anticipated matches ever against Adam Page. The next challenger will also be determined in the finals of the AEW World Title Eliminator Tournament between Bryan Danielson and Miro.
Ahead of AEW Full Gear, let’s take a look at the favorites that will emerge victorious in the night’s four biggest bouts, according to the current betting odds.
AEW Full Gear 2021 Odds
|AEW World Title Eliminator Finals||Odds|
|AEW World Championship Match||Odds|
|Kenny Omega (c)||+600|
All odds as of November 11
Allin vs MJF Odds
AEW has done a nice job of crafting this story between Darby Allin and MJF with the two of them being considered among the four pillars of the company along with Sammy Guevara and Jungle Boy. It’s become personal between them and the best part about their bout at Full Gear is that it could go either way.
At -250, the odds currently favor MJF winning as they should. Both men are coming off losses at All Out in early September, but MJF would benefit more from this victory, not to mention that he has only ever lost twice in singles competition.
A win for the self-proclaimed Salt of the Earth would prolong the program, get him back on track, and allow Allin to avenge the loss at a later date. At the very least, expect a barn burner between two of AEW’s brightest prospects.
Punk vs Kingston Odds
This is a match that only came together two weeks on AEW programming when Eddie Kingston crashed CM Punk’s backstage interview on an episode of Rampage. Tensions quickly rose following their heated verbal exchange last week, and now the two will find themselves on opposite sides of the squared circle come Full Gear.
Punk has been undefeated since returning to the ring against Allin at All Out, and Kingston will present the biggest threat yet to that streak. However, Punk is firmly favored at -600 in the odds compared to Kingston’s +350 and for good reason.
As entertaining of an outing as this is bound to be, Punk winning is the only outcome that makes sense. Kingston could somehow pull out an upset victory and snap the stigma that he can’t win whenever it matters most, but Punk should be protected until he eventually ascends to main event status.
AEW World Title Eliminator Finals Betting Outlook
Bryan Danielson and Jon Moxley were always expected to end up in the finals of the AEW World Championship Eliminator Tournament before personal reasons led to Moxley removing himself from AEW TV for the foreseeable future. Miro wasted no time in taking his place and positioning himself as an equal to Danielson.
Although it’s not fully reflected in the betting odds, this is one match on the Full Gear card that is genuinely unpredictable. Danielson keeping his winning ways alive would make sense, but it’s also entirely plausible that Miro comes out on top and secures himself a future shot at whoever leaves with the AEW title later in the night.
Of the two, Danielson is the better bet, but it isn’t a slam dunk, so placing money on Miro isn’t ill-advised. Either one of these guys could feasibly challenge for the top title, but because Danielson never got his golden opportunity after going the distance with Kenny Omega back in September, this should be where he earns it.
AEW World Championship Best Bet
From their lengthy reign as tag team champions to their high-stakes battle at last year’s installment, Kenny Omega vs. Adam Page at Full Gear 2021 has been nearly two years in the making. Page’s character arc has been practically perfect, while Omega has played his role as the dominant heel champion remarkably well.
Much like Danielson vs. Miro, it’s far from a guarantee that Page will win the AEW World Championship on this night, despite the odds indicating otherwise with Page very much in the lead at -950 compared to Omega’s +600. AEW could have Omega retain to keep Hangman in chase mode, but that would arguably be the wrong call as it risks Page cooling off considerably.
Every near fall will be suspenseful, but Page emerging as the new AEW World champion is what unquestionably needs to happen.