The AEW Worlds End pay-per-view is just around the corner, and the final betting odds have been unleashed, setting the stage for some great showdowns.

One of the most eye-catching odds reveals that a title change may be in the cards. The charismatic Adam Copeland is the favorite to snatch the TNT Title away from Christian Cage. The anticipation is building, and it’s a match you won’t want to miss.

In another bout, Eddie Kingston is heavily favored to emerge victorious in the Continental Classic Tournament Finals. The odds are stacked in his favor as he faces off against the formidable Jon Moxley.

Here’s a rundown of the betting odds for the AEW Worlds End, brought to you by BetOnline:


AEW World Heavyweight Title Match:

  • MJF (champion) -200 vs. Samoa Joe +150

Continental Classic Tournament Finals:

  • Eddie Kingston -500 vs. Jon Moxley +300

AEW TNT Championship No DQ Match:

  • Christian Cage (champion) +130 vs. Adam Copeland -180

AEW Women’s World Championship Match:

  • Toni Storm (champion) -10000 vs. Riho +1200

AEW TBS Championship Match:

  • Julia Hart (champion) -10000 vs. Abadon +1200

Singles Match:

  • Swerve Strickland -500 vs. Keith Lee +300

Singles Match:

  • Andrade El Idolo +175 vs. Miro -250

Eight-Man Tag Team Match:

  • Sting, Darby Allin, Sammy Guevara & Chris Jericho -400 vs. Big Bill, Ricky Starks, Powerhouse Hobbs & Konosuke Takeshita +250

Bryan Danielson, Claudio Castagnoli, Mark Briscoe & Daniel Garcia -140 vs. Jay White, Rush, Jay Lethal & Brody King +100

Zero-Hour Pre-Show FTW Championship With FTW Rules Match:

  • HOOK (champion) -1500 vs. Wheeler Yuta +600

Get ready for an epic night of wrestling action at AEW Worlds End, where the odds are stacked, the stakes are high, and anything can happen in the squared circle!

As a reminder, Ringside News will be providing live play-by-play coverage of AEW Worlds End on December 30, 2023 over in our AEW Worlds End results hub. Keep checking back for any late-breaking news regarding the event.

Steve Carrier

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