AEW returns to pay-per-view this Sunday with what looks to be their biggest show of all time, featuring the AEW in-ring debut of CM Punk.
The event takes place in Hoffman Estates, just outside of Chicago, and it seems clear how the crowd will feel about his match with Darby Allin. Punk is a huge betting favorite in this one at -600. There are arguments to be made about why Allin should win (wouldn’t seven years off make you just a little bit rusty?), but this is a huge star we’re talking about and 10,000 people who all want to see him win. He’s going to win.
There are a lot of other matches on this card with huge betting odds in one direction. The AEW World Heavyweight title match between Kenny Omega and Christian Cage currently has the biggest odds. Omega is a -700 favorite against a +400 underdog in Christian. Christian had got the win on AEW Rampage to win the Impact World title and him getting two straight wins against Omega is highly, highly unlikely.
Britt Baker is also a huge favorite at -600 in her AEW Women’s championship match against Kris Statlander at +350. Baker has become one of the biggest stars in the company and is seemingly only getting hotter. It would definitely be a mistake to take the title off of her here.
As far as the best betting opportunity of the night, and the best match, look no further than the Young Bucks versus the Lucha Brothers in a cage match for the AEW World Tag Team titles. These odds have been all over the place to start, but as of this writing the Lucha Bros are a very small favorite at -130 with the Bucks at -110. It’s basically a pick ’em at this point. Personally, I think this is the best bet of the night after the events on Dynamite.
AEW All Out 2021 Betting Odds
- CM Punk (-600) vs. Darby Allin (+350)
- Chris Jericho (-350) vs. MJF (+225)
- Dr. Britt Baker (-600) vs. Kris Statlander (+350)
- Kenny Omega (-700) vs. Christian Cage (+400)
- Jon Moxley (-600) vs. Satoshi Kojima (+350)
- Miro (-500) vs. Eddie Kingston (+300)it
- Paul Wight (-600) vs. QT Marshall (+350)
- Lucha Brothers (-130) vs. Young Bucks (-110)
- Casino Battle Royale:
- Thunder Rosa -150
- Big Swole +250
- Nyla Rose +400
- Jade Cargrill +500
- Field (Mystery Entry) +500
- Penelope Ford +800
- Tay Conti +1000
- Hikaru Shida +1200
- The Bunny +1600
- Diamante +1600
- Red Velvet +1600
- Kiera Hogan +1600
- Abadon +1600
- KiLynn King +1600
- Leyla Hirsch +2000
- Riho +2000
- Anna Jay +2200
- Emi Sakura +2500
- Julia Hart +3300
- Rebel +3300
- Jamie Hayter +3300
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Another interesting match will be Chris Jericho taking on MJF. If Jericho loses, he will retire. Thanks to that stipulation, Jericho is a big favorite at -350. It’s hard to see Jericho retiring at this point, but at the same time he is 50 years old. MJF is a huge part of the company’s future and retiring Jericho would be quite the feather in his cap. He should be an underdog, but it’s tempting to bet at +225.
The show has three more matches with betting odds and they all have long odds. Hard to see Jon Moxley (-600) losing to Satoshi Kojima (+350) or Miro (-500) losing the title to Eddie Kingston (+300) at this point. No BS Paul Wight (-600) will make his debut here against QT Marshall (+350) as well. If I was going to pick one of these to be an upset, I would go with QT.
The Casino Battle Royale has odds as well. My personal theory is that the winner of this will get the title shot at AEW’s big Grand Slam event. If that’s the case, I’m expecting a big challenger. Who better than the Wild Card which is likely to be a debuting star from another company? At +500, I’m all over that.
|Event:||Date:||Where to Bet:|
|AEW All Out||September 5|
|NJPW G1 Climax 31||September 18-October 21|
|WWE Extreme Rules||September 26|