2023 AEW All Out Odds, Rumors and Predictions

AEW Wrestling All Out

On Sunday, September 3rd, AEW will be live from the United Center in Chicago, Illinois, for the fifth installment of their annual PPV, All Out.

This event has become an American tradition as All Elite Wrestling has made the greater Chicago area its home for their PPV show. Sunday will mark the fourth time that All Out has been held in this region.

This is also the second week in a row that AEW has held a PPV show. On August 27th, AEW hit a homerun with their All In event from Wembley Stadium in London, England. The promotion set a world record for the most sold tickets to a wrestling show at 81,035 tickets.

All In was an incredible experience for fans in attendance and those of us who watched from the comforts of our own homes. It had a WrestleMania feel to it and the promotion delivered as if this was the biggest show in all of professional wrestling.

Now, AEW turns their focus towards All Out, which already has a handful of matches announced. Expect AEW to book several more bouts during this week’s Dynamite and Collision episodes. We’ll update this AEW betting preview when more matches and AEW odds are confirmed.

Without any further delay, let’s take a look at the available AEW All Out odds, courtesy of the best pro wrestling sites.

AEW Singles Match

Kenny Omega-130
Konosuke Takeshita-110

During the post-press conference for All In, AEW owner Tony Kahn announced that Kenny Omega would face Konosuke Takeshita at All Out. This booking was immediately met with excitement from the media and fans.

At All In, Takeshita rolled up Omega from behind and scored the pinfall victory for his team in a fantastic six-man tag match.

Takeshita has been getting the better of Omega for the better part of three months since Don Callis turned his back on Omega and took the Japanese superstar under his tutelage. The two wrestlers have yet to fight in a singles match, so the anticipation is quickly building to “must see” status.

Omega and Takeshita have a lengthy history stemming back to Japan. The two men know each other well and I expect a brilliant performance from them. With that said, look for Omega to finally get the victory over Takeshita, but it won’t be the end of this storyline.

Maybe, we can see Will Ospreay return to interfere in this contest. Ospreay is loosely affiliated with Don Callis and has joined Takeshita in the past. Most recently, Ospreay and Takeshita attacked Chris Jericho which led to the All In match between Jericho and Ospreay.

I’m rooting for AEW to find a creative way for Takeshita to win, but I will still enjoy an Omega victory should that be the route that AEW goes.

The Bet
Kenny Omega

AEW TBS Championship Match Winner

(c) Kris Statlander-1000
Ruby Soho+500

The build for this match loosely came together over the last month, but it has given All Out a solid women’s contest with two strong in-ring workers that can steal the show, if given enough time.

For the last few weeks, Ruby Soho has declared that she’s coming after the TBS Championship, which is currently held by Kris Statlander.

Eventually, these threats culminated in a physical encounter between the two, after Statlander attacked Soho at the August 25th episode of Rampage. Soho was trying to interfere in a match that saw her fellow Outcasts’ teammates competing.

Soho provides Statlander with a credible opponent, but I do not see AEW taking the title off Statlander. I also don’t see AEW having two members of The Outcasts hold the women’s titles. At All In, Outcasts member Saraya won the AEW Women’s Championship in her home country.

This week, Statlander will defeat Soho and retain the belt. Currently, online betting sites have the TBS Champ as the largest betting favorite for the All Out PPV.

The Bet
Kris Statlander

AEW TNT Championship Match Winner

(c) Luchasaurus-180
Darby Allin+130

At the July 21st episode of Rampage, Darby Allin won the Royal Rampage Battle Royal to earn a shot at the AEW TNT Championship currently held by Luchasaurus.

Since then, Luchasaurus’ manager, Christian Cage, has made Allin’s life miserable. From sneak attacks to brutal matches, Cage has tried his best to prevent Allin from making it to All Out in one piece.

At All In, Cage and his tag-team partner, Swerve Strickland, came up short in their coffin match against Allin and Sting. However, Cage did accomplish his goal of beating up Allin even more.

As much as I like Darby Allin, I just don’t see the need for AEW to take the belt off of Christian Cage, err Luchasaurus. Cage’s promos are must-see events each week on AEW programming and there’s a strong chance that his longtime friend and former tag-team partner Edge could be leaving WWE for AEW within the month.

Keeping the belt on Cage and Luchasaurus until Edge’s possible arrival makes more sense than dropping the title this weekend.

Look for Christian to help Luchasaurus retain the TNT Championship this Sunday.

The Bet

AEW Singles Match

Powerhouse Hobbs-120

As excited as I am for the Omega vs. Takeshita match, I’m even more excited for this bout between Miro and Powerhouse Hobbs. This will be a “slobber knocker” and I expect these two bulls to put on a very physical showing.

This feud started on the August 12th episode of Collision where Hobbs announced that the next chapter of his book was labeled redemption. He would go on to call out “The Redeemer,” Miro, who proceeded to come down to the ring for a face-off with Hobbs.

However, Miro was attacked by Nick Comoroto and Aaron Solo. Although Miro got the better of those two, Hobbs would lay out Miro with a spinebuster and leave his book on the chest of the fallen Redeemer.

The two men signed the contract for this All Out match during the Zero Hour of All In. Once the signatures were complete, the two men ended the segment with a brawl.

This is a match that can go either way. As of this writing, entertainment betting sites have the odds even between the two behemoths. I expect these odds to shift one way or another by time we get to Sunday’s PPV event.

With that said, regardless of his odds, I’m taking Miro to win. He needs a signature victory after returning to action over the summer, following a lengthy hiatus from television.

But I wouldn’t be mad if we get a time-limit Draw or a double count out and AEW extends this feud even longer.

The Bet

AEW International Championship Match

(c) Orange Cassidy+225
Jon Moxley-350

For a good chunk of the summer, the Blackpool Combat Club has been feuding with Orange Cassidy and The Best Friends. So, this match is an extension of that feud and storyline.

On the August 30th episode of Dynamite, Orange Cassidy defeated Penta El Zero Miedo and successfully retained his International Championship. The victory also earned him a match at All Out against Jon Moxley.

Cassidy has already pinned Wheeler Yuta on the August 16th Dynamite and Claudio Castagnoli at All In. So, the champion wants to pin the third member of The BCC in Moxley.

Oddsmakers believe that Moxley will win this match as he’s a sizable favorite heading into the PPV. However, I disagree. I think AEW is going to give Cassidy the hat trick over The BCC by pinning all three active members.

This could set up a great feud with the fourth member of the group, Bryan Danielson, when he returns from injury.

The Bet
Orange Cassidy

Eight Man Tag Team Match

Bullet Club Gold-190
FTR & The Young Bucks+145

After their hard-fought match at All In, FTR and The Young Bucks will team up to take on Bullet Club Gold this weekend. The latter showed up in The Young Bucks’ dressing room after the All In PPV and boasted how they beat their Elite teammates in Kenny Omega and Hangman Adam Page earlier in the night.

It just so happened that FTR was already in the locker room trying to squash any beef with The Young Bucks. After Bullet Club Gold started trash talking The Young Bucks, FTR got involved and a challenge was thrown out for an eight-man tag team match at All Out.

With the roll that the Bullet Club Gold has been on, it doesn’t make any sense to have them lose at All Out. Keep their momentum going by winning another match over The Elite and FTR. This gives plenty of credibility to Bullet Club Gold and potential storylines moving forward.

The heel group could feud with FTR for the tag titles or move into a rivalry against The Elite as there’s already plenty of history between the two factions.

As for this match, take the Bullet Club Gold to get their hands raised and guns up at All Out.

The Bet
Bullet Club Gold

ROH World TV Championship

(c) Samoa Joe-1000
Shane Taylor+500

Just like with Miro vs. Hobbs, this ROH TV title match features two bulls. Shane Taylor is looking to regain the ROH TV title, while Samoa Joe is looking to continue his reign even longer.

Joe is coming off a feud with CM Punk, which may or may not be over with yet. It’s hard to tell, since Punk is currently suspended for a backstage incident with Jack Perry.

Online betting sites have Joe listed as a massive betting favorite. He’s tied with Statlander and the ROH Tag champs (Adam Cole and MJF) for having the largest odds on the entire All Out card.

With that said, there’s no reason to overthink things here. Take Joe to win this match. I expect these two men to put on a great contest. I wouldn’t be surprised if they set the bar high for the rest of the card.

The Bet
Samoa Joe

Tag Team Match

Blackpool Combat Club-400
Eddie Kingston & Katsuyori Shibata+250

This match was thrown together largely due to Eddie Kingston’s hatred for Castagnoli. AEW has done a good job carrying over the longtime feud between Kingston and Castagnoli stemming back from their Ring of Honor days.

So, for the second week in a row, AEW has decided to let Kingston get his hands on Castagnoli in a PPV match. Both men were part of the brutal Stadium Stampede match at All In, where Kingston’s team won after Orange Cassidy pinned Castagnoli.

The BCC has continuously lost big matches over the summer and it’s becoming a concern. AEW needs to rectify this immediately. The BCC will get this tag-team win on Sunday in Chicago.

The Bet
The Blackpool Combat Club

ROH World Tag Team Championship Match

(c) MJF & Adam Cole-1000
The Dark Order+500

Spoiler Alert!

On the September 1st episode of Rampage, The Dark Order (John Silver and Alex Reynolds) wins a battle royal to determine the next challengers for the ROH tag titles. This match was announced on the August 30th episode of Dynamite and taped the same night.

I must admit, I didn’t think that The Dark Order would win the match. Honestly, they’re not even in the same league as the ROH tag champs. This is actually a disappointing decision by the AEW brass. Even though the company is trying to “rebuild” The Dark Order, this group just doesn’t have that “it” factor anymore.

There were plenty of other options that would be better suited for a PPV tag title match than Dark Order. The Hardys or Best Friends would’ve made for a better PPV match. Fans actually care about these two teams more than The Dark Order at this point in time.

With that said, these odds should be a lot higher for the tag champs. I expect the odds to increase before the PPV on Sunday.

Take the ROH tag champs to keep their titles, but let’s hope that Roderick Strong and The Kingdom get involved somehow. It would be a great next step for this storyline that’s been heating up over the last few weeks.

The Bet
MJF & Adam Cole
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