2023 AEW All In Betting Odds, Predictions and Rumors

AEW All In 2023

On Sunday, August 27, All Elite Wrestling will be live from Wembley Stadium in London, England, for their All In PPV. This is the first All In event held under the AEW banner. In 2018, the inaugural All In event was an independent show that laid the foundation for starting the All Elite Wrestling promotion.

This weekend’s PPV is a historic event for AEW and all of pro wrestling. All In marks the first time AEW has held an event outside of North America.

More impressive than that feat, is the fact that All In has set a new world record for most tickets ever distributed for a pro wrestling event. All In eclipsed the previous mark held by WWE’s WrestleMania 32, which took place at AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas.

As of this writing, there are nine matches scheduled for All In. It wouldn’t surprise me if there were more matches added this week on the go-home editions of Dynamite and Collision.

With that in mind, let’s take a look at the latest AEW All In odds, available at the top pro wrestling betting sites, and make our predictions on the winners and losers of this historic AEW show. AEW betting odds are courtesy of BetOnline.

ROH World Tag Team Championship Match Winner

(c)Aussie Open-240
MJF & Adam Cole+170

I’m pleasantly surprised to see MJF and Adam Cole as the underdogs for this ROH world tag team title match. Yes, the two men will wrestle in the main event of this PPV for the AEW world title, but to have them as a sizable underdog against the Aussie Open is a bit of a surprise.

Not only have the AEW fans loved the duo and segments with Cole and MJF, but the AEW brass and the ratings have loved the duo as well. They’ve become one of the most popular acts in all of pro wrestling and I just don’t see this storyline ending in London.

Many fans and pundits are expecting MJF to swerve Cole at any moment and I believe that sports betting sites are favoring the Aussie Open to retain the ROH tag titles because of this possibility.  

However, I think that would be lazy booking by AEW. Wouldn’t it be more entertaining if Cole was the one who turned heel? Regardless of who turns heel and swerves the other, having the duo of Cole and MJF win the ROH tag belts would accomplish two things:

  • This popular act stays together longer.
  • There will be even more drama when the inevitable swerve comes.

I’m jumping on the underdog status of Cole and MJF. I believe we see new ROH tag team champions crowned during the Zero Hour (pre-show) of the All In event.

The Bet
MJF and Adam Cole

Stadium Stampede Match

Kingston, Best Friends & Penta El Zero Miedo+200
Blackpool Combat Club, Santana & Ortiz-300

As of this writing, the Blackpool Combat Club (BCC) still needs to find three partners to team with them for the upcoming Stadium Stampede match.

I expect AEW to reveal some of these partners, if not all, on this week’s episode of Dynamite. But, it wouldn’t surprise me if they dragged it out to Collision on Saturday night.

If I had to guess, I would say Santana and Ortiz or Jake Hager joins up with BCC for this match. Remember, when Hager left the Jericho Appreciation Society, he kept stressing the word “we” during his promo. Clearly, that’s a shoutout to his time teaming up with Claudio Castagnoli in WWE.

Regardless of who teams up with the BCC, I expect this heel team to win. The BCC lost their final team vs. team match against The Elite at Blood and Guts on the July 19th episode of Dynamite. They’ve also put over Best Friends and Lucha Brothers in various matches over the last month.

I believe this happened so that they can build credible opponents for All In. Now that AEW has accomplished that, look for the BCC and their mystery partners to score the victory at Wembley Stadium.

Update Following August 23rd Dynamite

As predicted above, in our August 22nd publication of this betting preview, Santana and Ortiz joined The BCC for this Stadium Stampede match. This team is now favored to win the match at -300 odds.

At the August 23rd edition of Dynamite, Jon Moxley defeated Rey Fenix in a stiff contest. After the match, The BCC came out and attacked Fenix with crowbars. Kingston, The Best Friends, and Penta El Zero Miedo came out to save Fenix, but they were stopped by a returning Santana & Ortiz.

 This led to a huge brawl and Fenix being stretchered out with a head injury. Fenix was removed from the All In show due to visa and travel issues.

The Bet
The BCC, Santana & Ortiz

“Real World Championship” Match

(c)CM Punk-800
Samoa Joe+425

On the July 8th episode of Collision, CM Punk defeated Samoa Joe in the Owen Hart Cup tournament. It was their first in-ring encounter in nearly 20 years and it was the first time that CM Punk won a match against Joe.

These two men had an all-time great feud in Ring of Honor at the turn of the century, which put both wrestlers on the map. To come full circle in AEW was a great moment for longtime wrestling fans.

On the August 12th episode of Collision, Joe attacked Punk in effort to convince the “real world champ” to fight him at All In. One week later, Punk dressed up as a masked wrestler and attacked an unexpecting Joe. Following that attack, CM Punk declared that he will fight Joe at All In.

As you can see by the odds, entertainment betting sites believe that Punk will win. I have to agree with this assessment. A Punk win at All In would even up the all-time series record between the two men at two victories apiece.

Additionally, I don’t see Punk losing the “real world title” anytime in the near future. That loss will be reserved for someone like MJF or Ricky Starks.

The Bet
CM Punk

6-Man Tag Team Match Winner

The Golden Elite-300
Bullet Club Gold & Konosuke Takeshita+200

Any chance I get to see Kenny Omega and Jay White in a ring against each other, I’m going to savor it. They are two of the best professional wrestlers in the world. For me, the storyline behind this six-man match is irrelevant. It’s the history between White and Omega that matters the most.

These two were in the Bullet Club together during their time in Japan. Ultimately, it led to a split within the group and a feud between the two leaders. Who can forget their thrilling match in 2018, when White pinned Omega for the IWGP US Heavyweight Championship?

AEW would be foolish if they didn’t build to an Omega vs. White feud this year. The six-man match for All In is a great launching pad for this singles match. We can see multiple variations of feuds and matches between The Elite and The Bullet Club Gold over the next few months. But, ultimately, the fans want White vs. Omega.

As for this weekend’s bout, it’s clear that The Golden Elite will win. Juice Robinson will most likely take the pin as he has done several times already.

The Bet
The Golden Elite

AEW Women’s World Championship Match Winner

(c)Hikaru Shida-140
Britt Baker+500
Toni Storm+800

This is probably the most overlooked match of the night, but it has four of the top female stars in All Elite Wrestling. And, it has some interesting possibilities depending on where AEW wants to go following this London PPV.

First, I love Toni Storm’s current gimmick. It has made her more interesting than anything else she has done in AEW. Second, there is no way that AEW can remove the title from Hikaru Shida so soon. She just won the belt on the August 2nd edition of Dynamite by defeating Storm.

Shida deserves a long reign due to her first title run taking place during the Covid era where there weren’t any fans. She carried the division during that timeframe and was one of the top wrestlers in the entire promotion.

I believe these four contestants will put on a great match. I expect some outside interference as well. It would be nice to see a surprise return from Jade Cargill. There’s been some buzz that she could be coming back soon.

I’m taking Shida to retain her title in what will be an entertaining four-way match.

The Bet
Hikaru Shida

Singles Match

Will Ospreay-1000
Chris Jericho+500

On the August 16th episode of Dynamite, Don Callis planned a sneak attack on Chris Jericho after the latter had said he would join the Don Callis Family. Ultimately, Konosuke Takeshita and Will Ospreay blindsided Jericho and bloodied the eight-time world champ. Sammy Guevara would come out to save his friend and mentor.

You can’t have a historic PPV in the UK without booking one of the best English pro wrestlers in the world, Will Ospreay. You certainly can’t book him in a singles match just to have him lose in front of his fellow countrymen. I expect Ospreay to get one of the largest crowd reactions of the night.

I also expect Ospreay to do the heavy lifting in this contest in order to make it a top-notch bout. Jericho is still capable of telling great stories in the ring, but age is catching up to him. Look for Ospreay to pin “The Ocho” and celebrate with his fellow Brits.  

The Bet
Will Ospreay

Tag Team Coffin Match

Darby Allin & Sting-1000
Swerve Strickland & Christian Cage+500

One great example of AEW’s recommitment to proper storytelling, is the storyline of Darby Allin versus Swerve Strickland and AR Fox. AEW writers have done a great job adding depth and other wrestlers to this storyline, which has really heated up over the last month.

Allin and Strickland have feuded against each other in AEW for over the last year. But, their rivalry spans back to their early days on the independent scene. That’s a big reason why they have excellent chemistry with each other and put on great matches.

Allin also had a real-life history with AR Fox, which played out nicely on television after Fox turned on Allin. The two men trained and lived together during Allin’s early days on the indie circuit.

If those two stories weren’t enough to get you interested in this feud, the inclusion of Nick Wayne should have both Allin fans and detractors fully invested. Wayne’s father trained Allin to become a pro wrestler.

So, to have three real-life stories weaved into one television drama, is a true testament to AEW’s full potential when they focus on proper storytelling. It’s also a true testament to Strickland, Fox and Allin getting fans invested in every step of this feud.

Update Following August 23rd Dynamite

On the August 23rd episode of Dynamite, Strickland booted Fox from his group following a tag-team loss to Allin and Wayne. Fox was then beat up by Strickland and stablemate Brian Cage after the match.

Allin, Sting and Wayne came back out to save Fox. Soon after, Christan Cage and Luchasaurus arrived to announce that Cage will be teaming with Strickland in the Coffin match. He also cut a brutal promo on the young Wayne.

Does The Addition of Christian Cage Change Our Prediction?  

Despite the addition of Cage to this match, which is a boost over the talented Fox, there’s no way Sting and Allin are losing this match. Our prediction remains the same.

Although Cage and Strickland have gotten the better of Allin in recent months, that’s not going to happen this weekend.

Now, in front of a historic crowd, expect Sting to get a wonderful moment as his hand is raised in victory. And, expect Allin to get a measure of revenge against longtime rival, Strickland.

The Bet
Darby Allin & Sting

AEW World Trios Championship Match

(c)The House of Black-200
The Acclaimed & Billy Gunn+150

When we first published our article on Tuesday, August 22nd, we stated that there was a real possibility of AEW adding more matches to their All In PPV. The AEW brass didn’t let us down.

On this week’s Dynamite, Billy Gunn returned to help save his “sons,” The Acclaimed, from another beating at the hands and feet of The House of Black. This led to Gunn challenging the Trios champions to a title match at All In.

Of all the matches on the card, this one is the hardest for me to predict. AEW has done a good job of getting fans to emotionally invest into the Gunn retirement angle. The House of Black have also defeated The Acclaimed and Gunn on two separate occasions. Will AEW make it a third?

Additionally, The House of Black are a dominant group. They have made the Trios belts more credible. Having them lose the titles seems like a mistake. Oddsmakers feel that way too, as they have the champs retaining the belts.

With that said, as I’ve tossed and turned over this prediction, I just don’t see The Acclaimed playing jobbers for a third straight time to The House of Black. I’m taking the underdogs in this matchup.

The Bet
The Acclaimed & Billy Gunn

AEW World Tag Team Championship Match

Young Bucks+180

This match seemed to be in jeopardy after FTR member, Cash Wheeler, was arrested last week by the Orlando Police and charged with one count of aggravated assault with a firearm. The arrest stemmed from an incident on July 28, where Wheeler allegedly flashed a gun at the victim.

Wheeler was arraigned and pleaded not guilty. The charge could result in a third-degree felony if Wheeler is found guilty. Nevertheless, his arrest casts a dark cloud over this highly-anticipated rubber match.

These two tag teams have had two spectacular bouts in AEW already. Their third encounter, this weekend, was expected to be just as good, if not better than the first two.

It’s surprising to see FTR with odds this high considering the legal issues that Wheeler faces. Oddsmakers appear confident in FTR retaining the belts.

I want FTR to keep the titles, but I don’t believe the odds should be this high for the tag-team champions. AEW has two options: remove the titles from FTR due to the legal issues or keep the belts on them and have FTR win as many fans and pundits had originally expected.

I see AEW keeping the titles on FTR for now, but it wouldn’t surprise me if they dropped them sooner than later. I also see these two teams going above and beyond to steal the show this weekend, especially since there’s a cloud hanging over their heads.

The Bet

AEW World Championship Match

Adam Cole+200

The rematch between the so-called best friends will take place in the main event of All In on Sunday. These two men will also wrestle in the pre-PPV show (Zero Hour) against The Aussie Open for the Ring of Honor tag-team titles.

As stated above, I expect Adam Cole and MJF to win the ROH belts and keep their bromance going. However, I also see their being some cracks in that bond after the AEW world title match.

I wouldn’t put it past AEW to have some outside interference in this contest. We could see Roderick Strong get involved as he has become a stalker in the story of MJF and Cole.

Ultimately, there’s no reason to take the title off MJF. He has held the belt since defeating Jon Moxley at Full Gear last November. Also, he’s been one of the most entertaining stars throughout 2023.

We all know how great MJF can be as a heel, but his time with Cole has allowed MJF to flirt with being a babyface. This is another layer to his character that is drawing really well with fans, the ratings and merchandise.

I don’t see the good times coming to an end just yet. Look for MJF to retain the title, most likely due to cheating or interference, and for AEW to continue the bromance another few months. 

The Bet
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