Full betting odds for All Out 2023

AEW could be in for a hostile Chicago crowd tonight but with or without CM Punk, All Out will still take place tonight.

We are presenting the latest betting numbers for the card but keep in mind things could still change in the next few hours so be careful when betting with real money. For a review of the best wrestling sports betting sites, check out this guide by Knockout News!

Jon Moxley remains the favorite to walk out of Chicago as the new AEW International champion with his odds at 4/11 while those of champ Orange Cassidy at 2/1.

MJF and Adam Cole defend their newly-won ROH Tag Team titles against The Dark Order. Better Than You Bay Bay are 1/20 overwhelming favorites to win this match while Dark Order are 15/2 for the big upset.

The TBS title will be on the line as Kris Statlander defends against Ruby Soho. Statlander is 1/5 favorite to retain while Soho is 10/3.

Will Darby Allin regain the TNT title tonight? Bookmakers certainly think so as they have him 4/7 favorite to beat champ Luchasaurus who has 6/5 odds.

Samoa Joe’s ROH TV title is also up for grabs against Shane Taylor. Taylor has no chance with 15/2 odds while Joe is 1/20 and a lock to keep the title tonight.

Bryan Danielson, after being said he wasn’t medically cleared for All In, miraculously is medically cleared for All Out and the American Dragon is 1/2 favorite to beat Ricky Starks who is at 6/4 in a strap match.

Kenny Omega takes on Konosuke Takeshita in a singles match and The Cleaner is 4/9 favorite while the Japanese star is 13/8.

An eight-man tag match will feature Bullet Club Gold against FTR and Young Bucks. BCG are 2/5 favorites while FTR/YB combo are 7/4.

Miro goes head-to-head with Powerhouse Hobbs and the Bulgarian has the upper hand with 4/6 odds while Hobbs is 11/10 to win.

The tag match between Eddie Kingston and Katsuyori Shibata versus Claudio Castagnoli and Wheeler Yuta remains unchanged from yesterday, with Eddie and Shibata 3/10 favorites while BCC are 11/5.

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