AEW All In is right around the corner. Just a couple of days from the biggest event in AEW history as All Elite Wrestling takes over Wembley Stadium in London, England on August 27th. It will be the largest show in wrestling history at Wembley as AEW All In is setting new attendance records.
AEW is coming off an exciting Forbidden Door 2 Card with NJPW in Toronto, Ontario, Canada where Will Ospreay and Kenny Omega stole the show. Both men will be on this card as well. But they will not be wrestling each other. AEW ALL IN is headlined by MJF vs. Adam Cole II for the AEW World Championship.
The build to ALL IN has not been the greatest, but it is picking up. Again, this card is missing another big-time match. However, that does not mean the action will not deliver. It will. In addition to MJF vs. Adam Cole, the AEW World Tag Team Titles will be on the line as FTR battle the Young Bucks for a third time. Not to mention, Ospreay comes home to wrestle Chris Jericho.
In addition to these matches, the AEW World Women’s Title will be on the line and the return of Stadium Stampede.
With only a few days left before AEW ALL IN, 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 World Championship: MJF (c) (-400) vs Adam Cole (+250)
This is the match everyone is looking forward to and it is the main event. The build to this match has been excellent especially after their first match went to a draw. The tag team of MJF/Adam Cole (Better than You Bay Bay) is more over than people thought. However, their friendship is being tested after their loss to FTR. There have been teases and it will be interesting to see who turns on who in this match or before. Expect the champ to retain.
- AEW World Tag Team Championship Match: FTR (c) (-250) vs Young Bucks (+180)
The two best tag teams in the world go head-to-head one more time. FTR is looking for revenge as they lost the last time these two teams met for the AEW World Tag Team Titles. FTR did beat the Bucks to retain the ROH Tag Team Titles. But they want this one. Both teams have been tied at the hip going back when they were in different companies. This will be one of the matches of the night.
- ROH Tag Team Championship Match: Aussie Open (c) (-250) vs. Better Than You Bay Bay (MJF/Adam Cole) (+150)
Does anyone expect MJF and Adam Cole to win the tag team belts with them being the main event of the show? This match happens on the Pre Show aka the Zero Hour. The story continues to be built between this team and where it heads to the main event. Cole set the challenge and Aussie Open accepted. MJF is not keen on wrestling twice. They lost their last chance to win tag team gold. Expect the same here with one turning on the other.
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- Real World Championship Match: CM Punk (c) -800 vs. Samoa Joe (+425)
CM Punk and Samoa Joe have a rivalry that goes back to Ring of Honor. Their last match ended in a roll-up victory for Punk. Joe was not satisfied with how the match ended. Thus he attacked CM Punk to get his attention after Punk did not accept his challenge when it was laid out. Punk accepted in his own way attacking Joe to set up the clash for the Real World Championship. Punk claims it is the Real World title because nobody has beaten him for it. Expect the champ to retain as we head to an MJF-Punk feud.
- Will Ospreay (-1000) vs Chris Jericho (+500)
This will be a solid match as well. Ospreay and Jericho were built on a recent AEW Dynamite episode. There were reports of this match happening as the babyface turn for Jericho was finally being complete. This is a non-title match in Ospreay’s home country. You have a feeling the young gun is going over the veteran is this one.
- Coffin Tag Team Match: Sting and Darby Allin (-1000) v Swerve Strickland and Christian Cage (+500)
This will be a fun match. Darby Allin usually wins this type of match. AR Fox and Swerve went after Nick Wayne, the friend of Darby Allin. However, Tony Khan said that real-world circumstances were going to change this card. And this was one of the matches. Fox was kicked out of Mogul Affiliates and with Darby having a TNT Championship at ALL Out it makes sense for Christian Cage to enter the fold. Having Sting at this event is even better. He played the Joker Sting on a recent episode of AEW Dynamite. Expect Darby and Sting to win hence them being heavy favourites.
- Stadium Stampede: Elite, Eddie Kingston, Orange Cassidy, Best Friends, and Penta (+200) vs. Blackpool Combat Club, Santana & Ortiz (-300)
This will be one heck of a match. The return of Stadium Stampede. The last time we saw this match was during the COVID era that was Daily’s Place. Just imagine this match with a stadium full of people. Tony Khan mentioned real-world circumstances, and Fenix was taken out of this match and now it will be 5 on 5. We had a parking lot match with BCC and Best Friends. That did not settle the feud. This match just might end this feud. It will be interesting to see who shows up for the BCC and where it leads heading into All Out.
- AEW Women’s World Championship Match: Hikaru Shida (c) (+100) vs. Toni Storm (+550) vs. Saraya (+125) vs. Dr. Britt Baker D.M.D. (+400)
Another four-way match for the AEW Women’s Title. Shida just recaptured the title, and it is well-deserved for a champion during the pandemic who held the title with no crowd. The Outcasts and the AEW Originals feud continues. All four women will put on an excellent match. Expect the champion to retain here.
- AEW World Trios Championships: House of Black (c) (-200) vs. The Acclaimed and Billy Gunn (+150)
This rivalry continues to Wembley. After another failed attempt for the Trios titles on Collision, the House of Black made Daddy Ass retire and leave his boots in the ring. However, that was satisfactory enough. After attacking Caster and Bowens, the House of Black took Billy Gunn’s boots and destroyed them. Now Billy Gunn is back and the Acclaimed want theirs. Expect a title change here.
- Golden Elite (Kenny Omega, Hangman Adam Page, Kota Ibushi) (-300) vs. Bullet Club Gold (Jay White and Juice Robinson) and Konosuke Takeshita (+200)
There is a history between Jay White and Kenny Omega going back to NJPW and their days with Bullet Club. Omega was attacked in an interview to set up this match. His rivalry with Don Callis and Takeshita will continue here and into All Out. Look for some interference in this one to lead to that match. Having the Golden Elite at the event will be good.
AEW ALL IN takes place on Sunday, August 27th, on PPV.
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