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AEW Full Gear 2022 Odds, Predictions & How to Watch

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by Graham "GSM" Matthews in Entertainment

Updated Nov 16, 2022 · 4:32 PM PST

AEW FUll Gear 2022 features Jox Moxley
Pro wrestler Jon Moxley in July 2021. Photo by PJ McDonnell (Flickr) [CC License].
  • AEW Full Gear 2022 will air live from Newark, NJ on Saturday, November 19th, 2022
  • Jon Moxley will defend the AEW World Championship against MJF
  • Who do betting odds favor emerging victorious in each bout? Find out below

Following the controversial events of All Out weekend in early September, AEW will have a chance to bounce back with its Full Gear pay-per-view this Saturday, November 19th. The star-studded event, airing live from Newark, NJ exclusively on the Bleacher Report app at 8/7c p.m. ET, will feature several championships up for grabs, grudge matches and potentially the return of The Elite.

Mere days out from AEW Full Gear, let’s take a look at the favorites that are expected to emerge victorious in the night’s biggest bouts, according to our own betting odds and analysis.

AEW Full Gear 2022 Odds

ROH World Championship Odds
Chris Jericho -150
Bryan Danielson 400
Claudio Castagnoli 400
Sammy Guevara 900
Singles Match Odds
Saraya -900
Britt Baker 400
AEW World Tag Team Championship Odds
The Acclaimed (c) -600
Swerve In Our Glory 300
AEW Interim Women’s World Championship Odds
Toni Storm (c) -300
Jamie Hayter 200
AEW World Championship Odds
Jon Moxley (c) -100
MJF -150

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ROH World Championship Pick

Since becoming ROH World champion in September, Chris Jericho has made it his mission to desecrate the Ring of Honor brand and legacy by any means necessary. This four-way will be his latest attempt at doing so, and there’s no reason for his run to end so soon.

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Bryan Danielson has already fallen short of beating Jericho, Castagnoli was the last man to hold the gold, and Guevara has no business being involved to begin with. The ultimate endgame is Daniel Garcia dethroning Jericho, so at -150, Jericho is the best bet.

Saraya vs Baker Prediction

After nearly five years, Saraya will make her long-awaited return to the ring against Britt Baker at Full Gear. She was cleared to compete soon after being declared “All Elite,” officially making her the latest addition to a very talented women’s division in AEW.

Of the many matches on the card, this outing is easily the most predictable, which isn’t necessarily a bad thing. Saraya is a safe choice at -900, as it would be asinine to have her lose in her first bout back.

AEW World Tag Team Championship Best Bet

The Acclaimed and Swerve In Our Glory are currently tied with one win apiece, and this rubber match should be every bit as thrilling as their first two encounters. That said, The Acclaimed must emerge victorious for a second straight time and retain their tag titles.

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Swerve In Our Glory’s Keith Lee and Swerve Strickland are clearly headed for a split and this latest loss will get them one step closer toward going their separate ways.

AEW Interim Women’s World Championship Prediction

Toni Storm has done an exceptional job of holding down the fort in AEW’s women’s division in the absence of the injured Thunder Rosa. Jamie Hayter is perhaps the biggest threat to her title to date, but Storm should remain champion until Rosa returns.

There’s money in Hayter possibly pulling out an upset at 200 in the betting odds, but it’s more likely she falls short and looks strong in defeat.

AEW World Championship Best Bet

Jon Moxley and MJF have been at odds on and off over the AEW World Championship for over two years, but this will be their most important clash to date. MJF has all the momentum at the moment and therefore should be the clear-cut winner in this contest, making him the favorite at -150.

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However, Moxley should never be counted out completely, hence why he’s closely trailing his challenger in the odds. Although this one can go either way, best case scenario would see MJF cementing his heel status by cheating to capture the AEW World Championship.


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