AEW’s ALL OUT pay-per-view is this Sunday, September 4th in Chicago at the NOW Arena. Even though AEW only has four PPVs a year, ALL OUT and Double or Nothing are considered the two biggest. On the go-home edition of AEW Dynamite, the World Title picture got clearer after Jon Moxley squashed CM Punk to unify the belts on the August 24th edition of Dynamite. There indeed will be a rematch in Chicago on Sunday between CM Punk and Jon Moxley for the title.
There was some uncertainty with the card heading into the weekend, but AEW made sure to give the fans an excellent card from top to bottom. In addition to the World Title match, the Trios Champions will be crowned, an interim AEW Women’s Champion will be crowned, along with two more championship matches on the main card.
With only a few days left before AEW ALL OUT, let’s take a look at some of the betting favourites that are expected to emerge victorious in the night’s biggest bouts.
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AEW ALL OUT Odds via Sports Betting Dime:
- AEW World Championship: Jon Moxley vs. CM Punk (Pickem) Moxley and Punk each have -100 odds to win the title.
- AEW Interim Women’s Championship: Toni Storm (-150) vs. Dr. Britt Baker D.M.D (+225) vs. Jamie Hayter (+450) vs. Hikaru Shida (+500)
Toni Storm is the favourite to come out of this match with the title. However, there is good value with the three competitors in the match. Especially Dr. Britt Baker D.M.D.
- AEW World Tag Team Championships: Swerve In Our Glory (-400) vs. The Acclaimed (+250)
This has the potential to steal the show. Though Swerve in Our Glory are heavy favourites, the Acclaimed are so over that Tony Khan should make the title switch.
- TBS Championship: Jade Cargill (-500) vs. Athena (+300)
Athena is the biggest threat to Jade Cargill’s title run as TBS Champion. Though Jade is an overwhelming favourite, a title switch is not out of the question.
- AEW World Trios Championship Tournament Finals: The Elite (-900) vs Dark Order (+600)
It is no surprise the Elite (Kenny Omega and the Young Bucks are heavy favourites to win the Trios Belts. This is why Omega came back. You need established stars to make the new titles matter. This is a lock, especially with the storyline playing out with Hangman Adam Page.
- Wardlow & FTR vs. Jay Lethal (-500) & Motor City Machine Guns (+300)
This will be a good match. It is expected that the former Pinnacle members will go over. But the fact we get FTR and the Motor City Machine Guns is a dream.
- Junge Boy (-180) vs. Christian Cage (+130)
This feud has been over a year in the making ever since Jungle Boy tossed Christian out of the Casino Battle Royal at Double or Nothing 2021. Christian finally turned on Jack Perry. They have been at odds all summer as Jungle Boy will finally get his hands on Christian. Jungle Boy is the favourite, don’t discount the veteran. And where does Luchasaurus factor in this one?
- Ricky Starks (-240) vs. Powerhouse Hobbs (+175)
This will be a good match. Starks is a star in the company. His babyface promos have propelled him in this rivalry with Hobbs. There is no doubt Starks is going over in this one.
- Bryan Danielson (-220) vs. Chris Jericho (+160)
This should be a great match as the Blackpool Combat Club and Jericho Appreciation Society rivalry continues. The Lionheart Chris Jericho takes on the American Dragon Bryan Danielson. Though Danielson is favoured, you have to wonder if Jericho continues his trend of putting over other stars. Does he finally get a win in this rivalry, but history says that it is Danielson’s time. Do not forget about Daniel Garcia and his role in this match.
- Casino Ladder Match (The Joker (+150), Claudio (+325), Rey Fenix (+350), Wheeler Yuta (+400), Andrade (+400), Rush(+600), Penta (+1000))
This is always a fun match. The first Casino Ladder Match appeared at Double or Nothing in 2020. This is a loaded match. Obviously, the intrigue will be around the Joker and who the wrestler debuting or reappearing is. This is where I would take a bet on MJF appearing at +150 odds. From all indications, the AEW roster is back to 100 percent, so that MJF is back in some form. Usually, the Joker is the winner as we saw with Brian Cage, but who knows? The winner of this match will really determine the main event.
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FTW Championship: Hook vs Angelo Parker
AEW ALL OUT Happens Sunday, September 4th.
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