• Possible Spoiler On Who Is Expected To Become The Inaugural AEW All-Atlantic Champion Tonight
At tonight’s AEW x NJPW: Forbidden Door pay-per-view, the inaugural AEW All-Atlantic Champion will be crowned in a Fatal 4-Way match.
According to the betting odds, former TNT Champion Miro (fka Rusev in WWE) is the current favorite to win this Title tonight.
Below are the bettings odds for tonight’s matches, provided by BetOnline:
– Interim AEW World Championship Match
Jon Moxley -250 vs. Hiroshi Tanahashi +170
Favorite: Jon Moxley (New Champion)
– AEW Women’s World Championship Match
Thunder Rosa (c) -500 vs. Toni Storm +300
Favorite: Thunder Rosa (Still the Champion)
– AEW All-Atlantic Championship Match
Miro -130 vs. Malakai Black +175 vs. Pac +400 vs. Clark Connors
Favorite: Miro (Inaugural Champion)
– IWGP United States Championship Match
Will Ospreay (c) -1000 vs. Orange Cassidy +550
Favorite: Will Ospreay (Still the Champion)
– IWGP World Heavyweight Championship Match
Jay White (c) -200 vs. Kazuchika Okada +250 vs. Hangman Page +500 vs. Adam Cole +700
Favorite: Jay White (Still the Champion)
– ROH & IWGP World Tag Team Championship Match
FTR -300 vs. Rocky Romero & Trent Baretta +300 vs. Jeff Cobb & Great O’Khan +400
Favorite: FTR (New Champions)
– Chris Jericho, Sammy Guevara & Minoru Suzuki – 300 vs. Eddie Kingston, Wheeler Yuta & Shota Umino +200
Favorite: Jericho, Guevara & Suzuki
– Dudes With Attitudes (Sting, Darby Allin & Shingo Takagi) +110 vs. Bullet Club (AEW World Tag Team Champions Young Bucks & El Phantasmo) – 150
Favorite: Bullet Club
– Zack Sabre Jr. +140 vs. Mystery Opponent of Bryan Danielson’s choosing -180
Favorite: Mystery Opponent
– Gunn Club (Billy Gunn, Austin & Colten Gunn) & Max Caster -200 vs. NJPW Dojo +150
Favorite: Gunn Club & Caster
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• Old School NWA Manager Celebrates His Birthday
Legendary Old School NWA Manager J.J. Dillon (Real name: James Morrison) celebrates his 80th birthday today.
After a successful pro wrestling career during the 60s, 70s & early 80s, where he wrestled for several territories, J.J. Dillon became the manager of the famous “4 Horsemen” stable, a role most old school wrestling fans still remember him for.
Between 1989 and 1997, Dillon worked an office job for the rival World Wrestling Federation, before he returned to Ted Turner’s World Championship Wrestling as the on-screen commissioner.
In 2012, he was inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame alongside other Horsemen members.
HAPPY BIRTHDAY J.J. DILLON!