AEW All Out returns on September 5th, 2020 live on pay-per-view. All Out has been one of the biggest events in the company since their inception as the show is considered the sequel to All In, the independent show ran by the Young Bucks and Cody that basically served as a pilot for what All Elite Wrestling would become.
Last year’s event saw the first ever AEW World Championship crowned when Chris Jericho defeated Adam Page in the main event. That show also featured the Young Bucks and the Lucha Brothers in one of the craziest ladder matches you will ever see. The show was most likely going to take place in Hoffman Estates, Illinois like last year’s event and All In, but due to the global pandemic it will take place in Daly’s Place in Jacksonville.
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The show also features the return of the AEW Casino Battle Royale with a shot at the AEW World Championship on the line. There are a lot of storylines going on heading into this with Eddie Kingston leading his group, Brian Cage and Ricky Starks feuding with Darby Allin, and Lance Archer wrecking everyone in sight. This is a near impossible match to bet on as you just know they will have some surprise set for the #21 joker entrant. Cody? Rusev? CM Punk?! BROCK LESNAR?!?!? It’s worth a bet on that +225 joker winner.
AEW All Out 2020 Betting Odds:
- The Dark Order (-500) vs. Matt Cardona, Scorpio Sky, QT Marshall & Dustin Rhodes (+300)
- Big Swole (-177) vs Britt Baker D.M.D. (+125)
- The Young Bucks (-455) vs Jurassic Express (+280)
- Matt Hardy (-400) vs Sammy Guevara (+250)
- Broken Rules: Matt Hardy (-295) vs. Sammy Guevara (+200)
- Mimosa Mayhem: Chris Jericho (-139) vs. Orange Cassidy (+100)
- AEW Women’s Championship: Hikaru Shida (-770) vs. Thunder Rosa (+400)
- AEW World Tag Team Championship: FTR (-400) vs. Kenny Omega & Adam Page (+250)
- AEW World Championship: Jon Moxley (-177) vs. MJF (+125)
- Casino Battle Royale:
- Darby Allin: +125
- Lance Archer: +175
- Brian Cage: +400
- Eddie Kingston: +400
- Jake Hager: +650
- Pentagon Jr: +1000
- Ricky Starks: +1000
- Rey Fenix: +1500
- Ortiz: +3300
- Santana: +3300
- Shawn Spears: +3300
- Austin Gunn: +4000
- Billy Gunn: +4000
- Chuck Taylor: +4000
- The Blade: +4000
- The Butcher: +4000
- Trent: +4000
- Joker/final entrant wins (+225)
Kenny Omega & Adam Page have run through nearly every team in the tag team division and now meet the debuting FTR. We know that AEW has big plans for FTR and their match with the Young Bucks is something that people have been waiting on for years. With Page getting kicked out of the Elite and Omega hinting at a heel turn, the time seems ripe for them to lose here and move on to new things. That’s why FTR is a huge favorite here. However, I think there is a decent chance that Page & Omega can retain to set up a three-way down the line with the Bucks and FTR. Probably not worth a bet though.
The Mimosa Mayhem match is huge for Orange Cassidy. A win here would solidify him as a major player in the promotion. The match can be won by pinfall, submission, or throwing your opponent into a vat of mimosa. If I had to guess the result would be that third thing with Orange Cassidy being the one to stand victorious.
The AEW Women’s Championship match has a chance to steal the show, but the fact that Thunder Rosa is on loan really takes some of the steam off of it. I really can’t see Shida losing to someone who is not under contract.
Matt Hardy will leave AEW if he loses to Sammy Guevara so he is the favorite here, but what if he’s just leaving AEW? I don’t think that is out of the question as he’s getting up there in age and is probably past his time as a full-time performer. AEW is about youth and Sammy getting the win here would make him a made man.
The Dark Order is a huge favorite over the mismatched Nightmare Family team. I think that is probably the right play with Brodie Lee looking some dominant over Cody recently. However, I could see them taking a loss here to set up something down the road. A Matt Cardona pin leading to a title shot or a Colt Cabana turn/loss.
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