AEW will present one of their biggest pay-per-views this year with All Out. Fans are excited about the pay-per-view, as Tony Khan has a tendency of giving fans exactly what they want and more surprises. The AEW All Out event’s final betting odds are now out, and they show the most likely winners of the night.

There are 15 matches total for All Out, 4 on the pre-show and 11 on the main card. Many fans would argue that is far too many matches.

The more intriguing betting odds indicate that Jon Moxley is predicted to lose to CM Punk for the World Heavyweight Title. The Interim Women’s Champion is Toni Storm, who is the favorite to prevail in the decisive 4-way match.

The Elite is anticipated to win the first Trios Championship. Reminder: the underdogs are marked with + and the favorites are labelled with -. Here are the odds provided by BetOnline for wagering.


AEW World Heavyweight Title Match:
Jon Moxley (champion) +200 vs. CM Punk -300

AEW Interim Women’s World Championship Fatal 4-Way Match:
Toni Storm -260 vs. Britt Baker +300 vs. Jamie Hayter +300 vs. Hikaru Shida +1000

AEW Tag Team Championship Match:
Swerve In Our Glory (champions) -600 vs. The Acclaimed +350

Casino Ladder Match:
Claudio Castagnoli +325 vs. Wheeler Yuta +650 vs. Penta Oscuro +1400 vs. Rey Fenix +500 vs. Rush +800 vs. Andrade El Idolo +400 vs. Dante Martin +1000 vs. mystery joker -130

AEW World Trios Championship Finals:
Kenny Omega & The Young Bucks -800 vs. Hangman Page, John Silver & Alex Reynolds +450

AEW TBS Championship Match:
Jade Cargill (champion) -1200 vs. Athena +750

Trios Match:
House of Black (Malakai Black, Brody King, and Buddy Matthews) -260 vs. Darby Allin, Sting, and Miro +180

Singles Match:
Bryan Danielson -400 vs. Chris Jericho +250

Singles Match:
Jungle Boy -120 vs. Christian Cage -120

Trios Match:
FTR & Wardlow -750 vs. Jay Lethal & Motor City Machine Guns +425

Singles Match:
Ricky Starks -220 vs. Powerhouse Hobbs +160

Pre-Show Match:
Eddie Kingston -700 vs. Tomohiro Ishii +400

AEW All-Atlantic Championship Match (Pre-Show):
PAC (champion) -1000 vs. Kip Sabian +500

FTW Championship Match (Pre-Show):
Hook (champion) -2200 vs. Angelo Parker +900

There are also odds out about the likelihood that we’ll see MJF’s return at All Out. Those odds are very good.

Keep checking back at Ringside News as we will provide play-by-play coverage of the AEW All Out event. It should be a big event, and anything is possible as Tony Khan’s company tries to bring back those viewers who might have already checked out.

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