As the countdown to AEW’s momentous invasion of London’s Wembley Stadium on August 27th continues, anticipation runs high. The event has already achieved a significant milestone by surpassing the paid attendees record set by WWE’s WrestleMania 32.

In a display of early expectations, BetOnline has rolled out the initial betting odds for the All In card, offering a glimpse into who holds the edge in each electrifying matchup. Let’s take a closer look at the odds and predictions below:

AEW World Championship Match:

  • MJF (c): -400 (1/4)
  • Adam Cole: +250 (5/2)

The reigning champion MJF is heavily favored to retain his title against Adam Cole.


AEW World Tag Team Championship Match:

  • FTR (c): -250 (2/5)
  • Young Bucks: +180 (9/5)

The Young Bucks are slightly favored to maintain their grasp on the AEW World Tag Team Championship.

ROH World Tag Team Championship Match:

  • Aussie Open (c): -200 (1/2)
  • MJF & Adam Cole: +150 (3/2)

Aussie Open, the current champions, have a slight edge in the betting odds against the formidable team of MJF and Adam Cole.

AEW Women’s Championship Match:

  • Hikaru Shida: -150
  • Toni Storm: +650
  • Britt Baker: +500
  • Saraya: +150

Hikaru Shida is favored to hold onto her AEW Women’s Championship, although Saraya emerges as a prime candidate for a potential title change.

Singles Match:

  • Will Ospreay: -500
  • Chris Jericho: +500

Will Ospreay is predicted to secure victory in this singles showdown against Chris Jericho.

Tag Team Match:

  • Darby Allin & Sting: -1000 (1/10)
  • Swerve Strickland & AR Fox: +500 (5/1)

The formidable duo of Sting and Darby Allin are expected to emerge triumphant against Swerve Strickland and AR Fox.

As the stage is set for AEW’s spectacular All In event, these early odds offer just a glimpse into the excitement among fans. The outcomes of these matchups will undoubtedly deliver an unforgettable night of wrestling action at the historic Wembley Stadium.

What are your thoughts on the early betting odds for AEW’s All In event at Wembley Stadium? Do you agree with the predictions for the championship matches and other bouts?

Tags: AEW All In
Steve Carrier

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