AEW All Out Betting Odds

AEW All Out takes place from the NOW Arena in Hoffman Estates, Illinois on September 4th, 2022.

This past week, Jon Moxley defeated CM Punk to unify the AEW World and AEW Interim World championships. That leaves the main event of All Out up in the air, but a rematch is likely. We’ll know more about whatever that match is and the rest of the card after Dynamite this week.

Another match that we don’t know about just yet is the finals of the AEW Trios tournament. We won’t know that match until after Friday’s Rampage. At this point though it is probably just a question of who Kenny Omega & The Young Bucks will face in the finals.

The same goes with the AEW Casino Ladder match that is scheduled to be on the show. Hopefully we get some odds on those matches by Thursday. I will update the post at that time.

We do know that an AEW Interim Women’s champion will be crowned on this show. Thunder Rosa announced she would be unable to compete at this event and AEW ended up making a four-way match to decide the next champion. Toni Storm is the favorite going into this one. It certainly seemed as if she was destined to win here, but the Interim tag changes everything. Britt Baker is certainly an interesting bet as she’s clearly AEW’s favorite woman and +225 is great odds. Shida would shock me, but I can definitely see a scenario where Hayter wins to elevate her and set up the obvious feud with Britt.

The AEW Tag Team championship will also be on the line as Swerve in Our Glory defend against The Acclaimed. You can tell they don’t have a lot of great ideas for this division right now, but The Acclaimed are certainly one of the most popular acts in the company. +250 odds on them to win the titles in a crowd pleasing moment is definitely an interesting proposition.

Complete odds for the show are below:

AEW All Out Betting Odds:

Betting odds from BetOnline.Ag.

    • Toni Storm (-160) vs. Britt Baker (+225) vs. Jamie Hayter (+450) vs. Hikaru Shida (+550)
    • Keith Lee & Swerve Strickland (-400) vs. The Acclaimed (+250)
    • Jungle Boy (-180) vs. Christian Cage (+250)
    • Ricky Starks (-240) vs. Powerhouse Hobbs (+175)
    • Bryan Danielson (-260) vs. Chris Jericho (+180)
    • Jade Cargill (-700) vs. Athena (+400)
    • FTR & Wardlow (-600) vs. Jay Lethal & Motor City Machine Guns (+350)

    Additionally, BetOnline has a prop bet for this event about MJF and whether or not he makes his AEW return at this show.

    • Will MJF appear at the show? – YES (+100)
    • Will MJF appear at the show? – NO (-140)

    MJF’s return is most likely to be based around the AEW World Championship so that ultimately depends on what the main event is and who the winner is. A rematch with CM Punk and Jon Moxley with MJF then challenging Punk is certainly something that would fit with the general AEW booking patterns.

    The show will also feature Chris Jericho taking on Bryan Danielson. The American Dragon is a big favorite here as he should be. I’m thinking he gets the win to set up another AEW World title shot down the line.

    Huge odds on FTR & Wardlow (-600) and Jade Cargill (-700) in their matches. No way Jade loses, but I guess we could see on of the FTR guys take a fall to set up a tag match.

    There will also be two huge rivalry matches as Jungle Boy takes on Christian Cage and Ricky Starks takes on Hobbs. Starks and Jungle boy are both favored, but I don’t think both of them win. This company likes to spread out feuds so the face getting their triumphant win in both matches seems unlikely. Of the two, I like Hobbs +175 the best.