Later on tonight, AEW will host its Grand Slam show from Arthur Ashe Stadium from Flushing, New York. With it being such a big event - featuring the AEW wrestling debut of Bryan Danielson - bookmakers have priced up markets for the matches that have been announced.
Kambi's markets were released on Sunday. Not only are the bookmakers accepting bets on the matches that'll air tonight, they've also installed markets for the contests that will appear on AEW Rampage on Friday night.
BetOnline's markets came out yesterday. Unlike Kambi. their oddsmakers have published markets for tonight's live matches.
To contrast the two firms. I'm only going to concentrate on tonight's matches. Here goes.
Brian Pillman Jr. .vs. MJF
The market for the Brian Pillman Jr. versus MJF match opened with the latter a -500 favourite over Pillman's +300 on BetOnline.
Both selections remain as they were. However, Kambi[s market has seen MJF backed into the equivalent of -1,000 after opening at 1/9.
Kambi has Pillman Jr. a 5/1 underdog. This is up from his initial 17/4.
Sting and Darby Allin .vs FTR
FTR's price to beat Sting and Darby Allin has lowered with both firms.
For Kambi, the market started with FTR 7/4 underdogs. Their odds have were shortened to 7/5 sometime before 9:45AM BST today.
Allin and Sting remain favourites although they are now up from 2/5 to 1/2.
Over at BetOnline, its bookmakers have placed FTR as the betting favourites. Opening at -250 their odds were down into -275 by 9:45AM BST today.
With FTR moved in, BetOnline put Sting and Darby Allin up from +170 to +185.
Malakai Black .vs. Cody
Kambi had Malakai Black a 4/6 favourite to beat Cody (27/25) when I first came across the market on Sunday. Within twenty-four hours, Black's odds had reduced to 11/25 while his opponent had moved up slightly to 8/5.
When I checked in this morning, I noticed Cody's price had moved into 7/5 while Black was up to 1/2. But, before starting this post, Black's odds had once again came in as he is now at 2/5 to Cody's 7/4.
BetOnline's market opened yesterday with both wrestlers at -120. The punters appear to have made Black the favourite by backing him into -140 and forcing the bookmakers to place Cody at +100.
Britt Baker .vs. Ruby Soho
BetOnline's market for the AEW Women's World Championship match kicked off with the titleholder a -500 favourite over Ruby Soho (+300).
By this morning, Britt Baker was into -600 and Soho had drifted to +350.
Kenny Omega .vs. Bryan Danielson
The markets for Kenny Omega .vs. Bryan Daniels contrast between both firms with Kambi offering Danielson as the favourite and BetOnline having placed Kenny Omega as the fave in the non-title contest.
Over at Kambi, Danielson was 11/25 on Sunday morning. By Monday, the bookmakers had lowered that price into 7/20 and pushed Omega out nto 19/10 from 8/5.
Sometime between 9:45AM and 3:45PM BST today, both of the selections returned to their initial prices.